Bug#940034: libelogind0: replacing a core system library and conflicting against the default init considered harmful

Trek trek00 at inbox.ru
Tue Sep 24 08:09:15 BST 2019

On Tue, 24 Sep 2019 07:28:29 +0800
Ian Campbell <ijc at debian.org> wrote:

> Has anyone investigated late dynamic binding using a stub library
> which merely determines which init is running and then dlopens the
> appropriate libsystemd0 of libelogind0 library and forwards the calls
> to it?

it could be in the form of libglvnd, a generic dispatcher to have
co-installed multiple vendor implementations of libgl, with runtime


a stripped down version of that architecture could be used to simply
detect what init system is actually running and then dispatch to the
correct library (libsystemd or libelogind)


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