malte.gell at gmx.de
Wed May 5 21:48:20 CEST 2004
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Am Dienstag, 4. Mai 2004 16:15 schrieb Raphael Susewind:
> is it possible to do complete static linking for gnupg, and how? My
> maximum achievement was still dependent on libc6 and ld-linux. Can I
> avoid this?
then the usual steps to build gpg.
Though, I guess setting CXXFLAGS is not needed with GnuPG...?
[malte_gell at linux]/tmp/gpg-test/bin· ldd gpg
not a dynamic executable
Keep in mind, if there's a flaw in libc6 or elsewhere you have to build
GnuPG again, because the flaw is now hardwired to your static gpg. To
use GnuPG on a machine which doesn't have the things needed to build/
run GnuPG is the only reason I can imagine why to do this, or what is
your reason? Under normal circumstances it shouldn't be done I think.
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