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August 22, 2005, 1:22 pm
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6.3, but I'm having an odd problem. I can ssh normally, but if I try
to ssh, or run sftp-server from the invocation, it cannot find my
However, when I run the exact same configuration on a QNX hard drive,
it works just fine. Does anyone know which startup files in QNX
initialize LD_LIBRARY_PATH? I'm pretty sure it's not .profile,
.bashrc, or /etc/profile.
Thanks in advance,
Mario Di Giacomo
Re: Losing my LD_LIBRARY_PATH
Not sure about QNX, but on Unix it's set by whatever files your shell
reads when running "$SHELL -c command". I can't see how the flash vs.
hard disk would make any difference, though.
Darren Tucker (dtucker at zip.com.au)
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