On Monday, April 2, 2018 at 10:21:15 AM UTC-4, jcbollinger wrote:
>
> It looks like that's probably the *intended* solution, so by all means go 
> with it.  In a more general sense, however, LD_LIBRARY_PATH is not a tool 
> for use in a stable configuration.  It is for one-offs, and possibly for 
> for-purpose wrapper scripts.  It is usually a better solution, at least on 
> RedHat-family systems, to add the needed paths to the dynamic linker by 
> dropping an appropriate file in /etc/ld.so.conf.d and running ldconfig.  
> And it turns out that it's very easy to persuade Puppet to help you with 
> that.
>

I see.  I discovered that another trick would be to install the *syspaths 
packages, which put shell scripts in the usual locations of the binaries.  
These shell scripts contain the scl_source enable command, plus an exec to 
the real location of the binary. I haven't tested it yet though.

Thanks,

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