On Fri, Nov 29, 2013 at 07:28:53AM -0800, John Reiser wrote:
> /usr/bin/unpack200: RPATH=$ORIGIN
> (a) Are these bugs? They seem to be.
RPATH=$ORIGIN is not a bug. It is a correct and thoughtful usage,
I deliberately left this one in because it does look like it needs
inspection. AIUI it means the binary (or /usr/bin?) is the RPATH.
$ rpm -qf /usr/bin/unpack200
file /usr/bin/unpack200 is not owned by any package
one that even allows for moving the whole package after install.
Given we're talking about a packaged Linux distro, that doesn't seem
very useful to me.
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