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Can you install multiple versions of a single library? Yes, definitely! Package management under *nix actually makes this very simple. The only thing it will require is that the packages do not conflict (which means a couple tricks might need to be done by the packager). But, your real question requires a more in-depth answer. Would installing ...


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If api version is 0.4, and it is incompatible with other 0.* versions then you should set soname to libfoo.so.0.4. Actually soname can be any string, it is only needed to find proper shared library in your system when loading executable. Many packages (or distros) follow naming scheme different from yours. For example libfoo version 0.4.2 with api 0.4 would ...


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Try: export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:/usr/local/lib then run make again. A note that you don't need sudo to run make. From FreeBSD ldconfig documentation: The LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable can be used to override the use of directories (or the order thereof) from the cache or to specify additional directories where shared ...



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