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I am using ubuntu.9.04 (i386) and I want to prelink some binaries and libraries for an ARM9 embedded linux system.
I have already downloaded and installed prelink tool for ubuntu for the i386 arch. I activated and configured prelink through /etd/default/prelink and /etc/prelink.conf (I have set the directories where my shared libraries and binaries are located).
However, when I try to run prelink I got messages of this kind.
/usr/sbin/prelink.bin: /media/sf_shared/EDDY/binaries/tcpdump: Using /lib/ld-linux.so.3, not /home/imx6q/initramfs_backup/lib/ld-linux.so.3 as dynamic linker
So it seems that prelink is still using the default Dynamic Linker of ubuntu not the one of my ARM system. I tried to specify my Dynamic Linker I want to use and to give the path for the shared libraries via: --ld-library-path=/home/../lib/ --dynamic-linker=/home/../ld-linux.so.3
But I got the same problem.
Does ubuntu support prelink for ARM or should I use another distribution?