Programming :: Save / Load Data Segment Of Dynamically Loaded Shared Object Library?

Aug 25, 2010

Our application uses a dynamically loaded shared object library (codec library) to compress and decompress audio streams.

There happens to be several static and global variables in this shared object library. Hence it is not possible to process two interleaved unrelated media streams using this shared object codec library because each stream corrupts/changes the contents of these static/global variables.

Is there a way through which a context save (save contents of data segment of shared object) and a context load (load previously saved contents of data segment of shared object)operation can be performed on the shared object library. This way the context for each media stream can be saved and loaded before and after processing the "other" media stream respectively.

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Apr 13, 2010

I've got a redhat 5.5 machine which is supposedly up-to-date according to RHN. When I try to do anything with yum, I get the following error:

Code:
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required to run yum. The error leading to this problem was:

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Feb 15, 2011

I have visited these boards a few times, but never posted. Here's my problem: I was given the source to a program and asked to get it running on a 64-bit Debian 2.6.26 machine. Currently it is working on 2 64-bit OpenSUSE machines.

The application uses TCL TK for a GUI and everything compiles just fine; however, on startup, the user must enter one of three possible modules to load; when attempting to load these modules (tcl 'load' function), I receive this error:

Code:
Error in startup script: couldn't load file "../Build/libMpf.so": libTransReaders.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
while executing
"load ../Build/libMpf.so Mpf"
("eval" body line 1)
invoked from within
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I thought about interfaces but I don't know how.
How can I call those methods?

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Jul 6, 2011

I would like to make gcc to link one lib (pthread in the example) statically, and the rest dynamically.

(See the example .c file at the end of this post.)

compiles fine, but every lib is linked dynamically.


Now every lib is linked statically

Not a dynamic executable

I would like to link the libpthread statically and the rest dynamically. Is it possible?

[url]says if I give the full path to the .a lib then it will be linked statically:

So for me it does not work.

On other sites I found that I should use -Wl,-Bstatic -lpthread -Wl,-Bdynamic, but it also doesn't work:

So, how can I do that?

Machine: Linux 2.6.16.60-0.27-bigsmp #1 SMP Mon Jul 28 13:06:32 UTC 2008 i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux SLED 10

As an example I used a little demo program from [url]

Here is the code:

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Apr 7, 2009

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I don't even see any SDL .cpp files in my system anywhere. All I have are lots of SDL .h files in /usr/include/SDL and I don't really understand the code in them.

I'm making a wild guess here: SDL is a shared library. SDL itself is NOT compiled into my program, therefore SDL must be on any system my program tries to run on. When I compile and link SDL all it needs is the header files to know what SDL function and objects it can use. And then on every system it uses an already compiled SDL shared library thingy somewhere.

So... where is that part of SDL? All I can find are header files.

I'm thinking the advantage of shared libraries is that someone could say update SDL on their own system and take advantage of the new features without having to download new executables with the new version of SDL compiled into them for every program that uses SDL.

So if I'm making an editor and a game engine and they both use a lot of the same .cpp and .h files that I wrote and I'm tired of updating one and then the other and I need to turn them into a library, then a shared library might be kind of a silly solution. I could just make a static library. Right? Because it's not SDL. Nobody else is ever going to use this library.

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Jan 18, 2010

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both of these shared object I have created

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I now have some odd memory issue, and need a bit more control over debugging...

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At the beginning of my maintest I do my dlsym and load in each function that I will be using

I always run my program using maintest, because when I have one of the SO as the startup project(turns bold) and try to run it gives me "You must select a host application to run a library"

I tried to set up this host library, i Go to Menu->Project->SetProgramArguments and change the Host Application to the debug version of my maintest

I then hit OK and try to run again but I get the same error: "You must select a host application to run a library"

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Feb 26, 2010

I have written a simple library and ended up with a .so file. I have a header file from writing the code that describes how to use the functions in the source code I have written. I think this .h files needs to be available to other programs that access this code.

I have seen lots of tutorials on how to copy the .so file to the relevant directories and make links with the version number. What I can't find is where to put the header file so that any programs I write to use my new library can access the header.

Hope this makes sense. For example, I might use <stdio.h> normally, I will need to access <mylibrary.h> once mylibrary.so is loaded (as far as I understand!)

It's weird, I've been using C compilers for embedded processors over ten years now and never given a second thought to how libraries and headers work behind the scenes!

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May 27, 2010

I think that the solution is very simple, but I cannot reach this solution. I'm trying to build an B.so that uses A.so.

A.so is compiled using C;
B.so is compiled using C++;

Inside "Aso.h" file I'had declared:

Code:

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif

[code]....

There's no error to compile that, this library seems to be compiled correctly, but using the "nm" command the Aso.so functions appear with "U" of undefined. Trying to build an executable using the Bso.so library, I got this error: /lib/../lib/libBso.so: undefined reference to `foo(int, int, int)' I think that to solve this problem it's only link the Aso.so with the .o files generated at the compilation phase of my Bso. Using the "ldd" command I'm able to see that Bso.so depends on Aso.so, so what am I missing?

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Apr 12, 2014

I have written a shared library and successfully used debhelper 9 to create a Debian package from source using a Makefile generated by cmake. I then went about writing a python wrapper to that library and wish to package that wrapper in with the library so I can have a single distributable rather than 2 separate ones.

All of my attempts so far have me placing my python source and a setup.py file in the same directory as the makefile at the time where I call debuild.

From here I have tried a couple different configurations to my debian/rules file as seen below:

Attempt 1:
# -*- makefile -*-
%:
dh $@ --with-python2 --buildsystem=python_distutils

This try seemed to package up the python stuff nicely but proceeded to ignore my makefile for the shared library and therefore ultimately failed.

Attempt 2:
# -*- makefile -*-
%:
dh $@ --with-python2

This try ran make, but completely ignored the python stuff. From some research I have gathered that the --buildsystem flag tells debuild to ignore any makefiles in the directory, which obviously causes a problem in my case.

Another attempt was to modify the build dependency to first run make and then call the python build process that file looked like this

Attempt 3:
# -*- makefile -*-

build:
dh $@
dh $@ --with-python2 --buildsystem=python_distutils
%:
dh $@ --with-python2 --buildsystem=python_distutils

This appears to somewhat work as both processes do build, but a few of the python files are still not getting installed.

Is this the way I should be going about doing this? I've noticed that most python wrappers tend to package themselves individually and then make that package dependent on the library it is attempting to wrap.

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Mar 18, 2010

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Mar 2, 2010

I have an application consisting of different processes and all these processes are linked to shared libraries. I start the application (spawn all the different processes) as say user1. Now with the application up, if I run a process p1, the process gets activated and works. However, if I start the same process p1 as a different user, say user2, which is completely different from user1 the process complains of

"error while loading shared libraries:...."

I set LD_RUN_PATH both in compile and runtime environment. LD_LIBRARY_PATH is set correctly in both places.

All the above works if I set the absolute path of the required shared libraries in /etc/ld.so.conf file and rebuild the /etc/ld.so.cache

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Aug 16, 2010

Alright, just loaded a fresh copy of OpenSuSE 11.3 x64, went to update manager and let it update, came back and computer was shut down. After booting it back up, I cannot update any software, nor run any commands.

Here is my output:

Code: error while loading shared libraries: libdl.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory I've tried searching for this error, some people came back saying to run this:

Code:

But all that happens is this:

Code:

Nor ls work either so I'm stuck and thinking about a reinstall.

I don't understand how this system could be so messed up after a failed update.. Used to trust SuSE, not sure anymore after this incident..

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Nov 9, 2010

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ig@linux-ljqk:~> skype
skype: error while loading shared libraries: libpng12.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

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May 5, 2010

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Code:
$ fgfs
fgfs: error while loading shared libraries: libOpenThreads.so.12: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
$
So then I did:
Code:
sudo apt-get install libopenthreads12
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Aug 3, 2010

I'm trying to run Kega Fusion on my laptop, which can now FINALLY run Linux (ATI drivers finally work on it), and I can't get the emulator to work..

Code:
brandon@brandon-laptop:~/Desktop/Fusion$ ./Fusion
./Fusion: error while loading shared libraries: libGLU.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
brandon@brandon-laptop:~/Desktop/Fusion$ uname -a
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brandon@brandon-laptop:~/Desktop/Fusion$
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Aug 21, 2010

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Code:
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Code:
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Jan 26, 2011

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Ark said:

Quote:

ark: error while loading shared libraries: liblzma.so.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

but I managed to fix that one by commenting out 'aaa_elflibs' in /etc/slackpkg/blacklist (on a recommendation from #slackware), and running slackpkg upgrade-all again, but that's the only one (afaik) that was fixed. Ark still doesn't work, but it doesn't show that error anymore. When I run it, a box pops up that says "Unable to find Ark's KPart component, please check your installation."

Kate still says:

Quote:

kate: error while loading shared libraries: libkemoticons.so.4: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

Now, konsole, firefox, and Chromium's errors are a little different.

Konsole:

Quote:

konsole: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/libphonon.so.4: undefined symbol: _ZN9QMetaType15registerTypedefEPKci

Firefox and Chrome basically say the same thing

Quote:

/usr/lib/firefox-3.6.13/firefox-bin: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/skypebuttons.so: undefined symbol: _ZN9QListData11detach_growEPii

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Mar 16, 2010

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Aug 30, 2010

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1. Where are the static libraries and the dynamically linked libraries located in the file structure?

2. Where does ldconfig fit into all of this?

3. Would a rootkit affect both statically and dynamically linked libraries? I would think yes unless the libraries only have read permissions.

4. If the above is true, is there any reason for your libraries to have write permission other than when you want to edit them?

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