[CentOS] LD_LIBRARY_PATH issues
joseph.mailboxlist at gmail.com
Fri Jul 6 03:06:56 UTC 2007
If you login via GUI, it doesn't read/load you /etc/profile so user doesn't
inherit the variable set on that, I forget where to specifically put it but
it's set on Xxxxstartup something, also try to set it on bashrc as it's
being read even on GUI login.
On 7/6/07, Jean Figarella <jfigarella at vecna.com> wrote:
> Here is the thing. All workstations in the network have the /etc/profile
> modified and set up to call a profile script in the network that sets up
> variables that we need here. Here $LD_LIBRARY_PATH and other variables
> get set, fixed, or modified to support our development process. The
> weird thing is that while in a TTY the $LD_LIBRARY_PATH is fine and
> retains its value. But if I log in to the gui (KDE, GNOME) then the
> $LD_LIBRARY_PATH is blank. I have greped the entire disk I can't find
> where is the $LD_LIBRARY_PATH is being overwritten, if that is what is
> Does anyone knows what's going on here?
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