In article <google.com>,
com (sasa queer) wrote:
No. It's "shared libraries" - libraries that are loaded at run time,
rather than built into each program's executable file.
..o files can't be executed by themselves. You need to feed them through
the linker to produce executable files - or shared libraries to replaces
ones used by existing executable files. Usually one does all the compiling
and linking for a program on a single machine, just to make sure
everything is consistent.
John Dallman co.uk...