[OLSR-users] Re: Segmentation fault about olsrd-0.4.9

Sven-Ola Tuecke (spam-protected)
Wed Apr 6 14:41:37 CEST 2005


another approach will be a date check of the *.so file against the 
executable with a warning prompt such as "Hell! Press Y-E-S to use that old 


"Thomas Lopatic" <(spam-protected)> schrieb im Newsbeitrag 
>> Because when we ship a new release with my_plugin version 0.4 and the
>> previous release contained my_plugin version 0.3 you will have:
>> /usr/lib/olsrd_my_plugin.so.0.3
>> /usr/lib/olsrd_my_plugin.so.0.4
>> installed if make install implies make install_libs.
>> Now, in the old configfile(which is the reason for the problems) there is
>> an entry:
>> loadplugin "olsrd_my_plugin.so.0.3"
>> and so - the old plugin will still be loaded.
> Hmmm. What about the following approach: Shall we create a symbolic link 
> olsrd_my_plugin -> olsrd_my_plugin.so.0.4 and then use "olsrd_my_plugin" 
> in the configuration file? The "install" make target would then simply 
> remove the link and re-link to the latest version.
> -Thomas
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