Compile issues after F27 -> F28 upgrade

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Compile issues after F27 -> F28 upgrade

alan

I did an upgrade from Fedora 27 to the Fedora 28 beta a while back. (About
a week before final release.) After the update I tried to recompile a
program I use often. The program would compile after a bit of patching,
but it would not start.

Using ldd I was able to determine that the ldconfig database still had old
entries from the Fedora 27 install that had been upgraded/erased.

Is this a known issue or am I just going mad?

perl -pe 's/^\s+//g' *.py
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Re: Compile issues after F27 -> F28 upgrade

stan-3
On Wed, 16 May 2018 10:16:26 -0700
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> I did an upgrade from Fedora 27 to the Fedora 28 beta a while back.
> (About a week before final release.) After the update I tried to
> recompile a program I use often. The program would compile after a
> bit of patching, but it would not start.
>
> Using ldd I was able to determine that the ldconfig database still
> had old entries from the Fedora 27 install that had been
> upgraded/erased.
>
> Is this a known issue or am I just going mad?

Is it possible that *you* put those entries there?  If they didn't come
from a package, they wouldn't have been changed by the update.   It's
possible there was a packaging miscue, but having been recently burned
by a file I left in /etc/ld.so.conf.d, it's the first thing I thought
of.
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