[erlang-questions] How to load a port driver which itself uses a shared library?

Diptansu Das diptansu@REDACTED
Fri May 15 15:25:41 CEST 2015

Yes, I tried with LD_LIBRARY_PATH and -rpath. Neither worked. This is on
Linux. I also tried using the erl_ddll:format_error/1 and that said that
one of the functions was undefined. The function is actually in a .so file
in the same directory.

On Fri, May 15, 2015 at 3:36 AM, Boris Mühmer <boris.muehmer@REDACTED>

> Is Your work Linux based? If so, did You try to set LD_LIBRARY_PATH? But
> this is only needed, if Your shared library dependency is in an unusual
> location. There are other ways, to specify non-default shared library
> pathes as well, but LD_LIBRARY_PATH may be the fastest to test for
> non-default pathes.
> For gcc you can specify -static when linking to force to use no dynamic
> libraries. Another approach would be to use "-Wl,-rpath=...".
> Maybe You should have a look at
> http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8835108/specify-non-default-shared-library-path-in-gcc-linux
> Regards,
> Boris
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