On Sun, Sep 11, 2016 at 01:54:19PM -0700, Kevin Cernekee wrote:
> Some distributions, such as Gentoo and Chrome OS, try to link all
> programs with `-z now` as a security hardening measure.  This breaks
> nfct, because nfct cannot satisfy all of the helper modules' symbols.
> Therefore nfct implicitly depends on lazy binding.
> 
> Have autoconf probe the linker to see if `-z lazy` works, and if so,
> use it to link nfct and the helpers.
> 
> conntrackd itself is unaffected, and should still work with `-z now`.

Applied, thanks for your patience.
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