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ld.so.preload doesn't differ x86_32 and x86_64

— It's known you can run x86_32 programms with x86_64 kernel if it was compiled with support for that. But dynamic linker doesn't provide any way to define a separate set of preload libraries for ...
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Is it possible to configure dynamic loader for an executable

I am looking for a way to allow an executable to find its shared library, but in order to avoid conflict with any package that could use a different version of the same shared library I prefer to keep ...
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Is there a way to monitor the Shareable Objects (.so) loaded on launch of a specific application?

I've been through dependency issues, but, finally, have my application running. The problem is I need to force install of some old libraries with dpkg to achieve this, which, in turn, breaks my ...
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Which parts of an ELF executable get loaded into memory, and where?

What I already know: An ELF executable has a number of sections, obviously the .text and .data sections get loaded into memory as these are the main parts of the program. But for a program to work, ...
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(debian) installing mod_qos on apache results in error on start

I installed the mod_qos module using the steps found here, every step went perfectly fine without any problems, however, when attempting to restart the apache service it returned the following error: ...
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ELF shared libraries - motivation for the PLT

Could self-modifying code be used to speed up function calling in dynamically linked libraries? As far as I understand it, ELF shared libraries use a kind of indirect jump table (the procedure ...
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How to export LD_LIBRARY_PATH to all users and system services

I want to export LD_LIBRARY_PATH to system services and all users. System services are run before login, so .bashrc is not applicable. How to achieve this?
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Reload xserver-xorg-input-mouse

Can I reload xserver-xorg-input-mouse driver on the fly? For example, after I modify and recompile the source