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ldd *.so |grep <library-name>and only found one reference and I've removed this from the
-executablesjust before calling
linuxdeployqta second time, yet when the AppImage gets built, it still gets copied.
LD_LIBRARY_PATH(instead of pre-pend) to put it lower in the search list over the system search list, but this just isn't practical as
ldconfigcaches this in *nix. It's not easy to put a library AFTER the system search order in general,
LD_LIBRARY_PATHis generally blank by default.
.AppImageanyway. @probonopd, I've tagged you in the downstream bug report for feedback.
x86_64. What is the preferred method for providing the architecture?
file myexecutablewill return something like this:
ELF 64-bit LSB executable, x86-64, version 1 (GNU/Linux), dynamically linked (uses shared libs), for GNU/Linux 2.6.24, BuildID[sha1]=3959cb8a7cf6a7e5b08c344f49dbe84346cb6ff0, not stripped
AppImageKitseems to prefer
x86_64(with an underscore). How best to simulate the old behavior without a bunch of conditional logic?
linuxdeployqthas no option to download a previous binary release.
transfer.sha lot, so I wanted to let you know. FYI,
file.ioseems to be a suitable replacement.