First a mega-disclaimer: I do not know *anything* about the legality of
what you propose; I do not know if your site license allows you to run
Digital UNIX libraries on a different operating system. Therefore, the
following answers are given for informational purposes ONLY. I am not
advocating the use of Digital UNIX libraries on Linux systems, and the
following information makes NO representations as to said legality.
That said: first of all, /sbin/loader does not conflict with Linux;
there is no /sbin/loader under Linux. Second, the files that are
needed by dynamically-loaded executables are the ".so" files in
/usr/shlib, not the ".a" files.
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