Grzegorz Dąbrowski <grzegorz.dabrowski@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > Exactly! Haiku uses the name of the networking library to be able to > > provide R5 and BONE compatibility. > > If you compile with Haiku headers, but link against libnet.so, things > > just won't work. > In my opinion symlink libnetwork.so -> libnet.so > in /boot/develop/lib/x86 will work correctly. Even if binary is linked > using -lnet, it will be linked against libnetwork.so. You may check it > with "readelf -d my_binary" command. That's not the point. As I just said, Haiku will switch to a compatibility layer if the executable was linked against libnet.so. If you compiled that executable with Haiku headers, it won't work. Bye, Axel.