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Change ld-linux location

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http://stackoverflow.com – I have find out that to load libraries, a executable first opens /lib/ld-linux-x86-64.so.2. All the functionality regarding loading shared libraries (search in many paths, using rpath, etc) will work only after ld-linux is loaded, because it is ld-linux that implements these functionality. It seemed to me that ld-linux.so location is hardcoded in executable (invoking strings on my executable reinforces this theory). My problem is that in my linux distribution, the compiler (g++) sets the ld-linux location to /lib/ld-linux-x86-64.so.2. While on Ubuntu (which is more popular) it is located at / (HowTos)