[fpc-pascal] LoadLibrary in freeBSD ?

fredvs fiens at hotmail.com
Sat Aug 2 02:46:23 CEST 2014

Yep, i have some news from freeBSD.

I have installed linux_base-f10 (linux emulator) but it seams that freeBSD
can load only 32-bit-libraries.

Here some comment from freeBSD site :

FreeBSD provides 32-bit binary compatibility with Linux®, allowing users to
install and run most 32-bit Linux® binaries on a FreeBSD system without
having to first modify the binary. It has even been reported that, in some
situations, 32-bit Linux® binaries perform better on FreeBSD than they do on

However, some Linux®-specific operating system features are not supported
under FreeBSD. For example, Linux® binaries will not work on FreeBSD if they
overly use i386™ specific calls, such as enabling virtual 8086 mode. In
addition, 64-bit Linux® binaries are not supported at this time.

Aaarg, i have install fpc-freeBSD-64-bit.

Maybe with fpc-freeBSD-32-bit applications (on a freeBSD-64-bit system?) and
Linux-libraries-32-bit will do the trick ?

Or, perhaps, is it possible to load Linux-libraries-32-bit with
fpc-freeBSD-64bit applications ?


Many thanks ;-)
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