Linked by Adam S on Tue 26th Aug 2008 21:12 UTC
Linux Dynamically linked shared libraries are an important aspect of GNU/Linux. They allow executables to dynamically access external functionality at run time and thereby reduce their overall memory footprint. This article investigates the process of creating and using dynamic libraries, provides details on the various tools for exploring them, and explores how these libraries work under the hood.
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Better use Drepper's
by pgquiles on Wed 27th Aug 2008 14:15 UTC
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Here is a much much better and in-depth article: How to write shared libraries

Edited 2008-08-27 14:17 UTC

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