And the cause is usually that init still has a read only mapping
to /etc/ld.so.cache, make by ld-linux.so.2. Normally this poses
no problem, but if ldconfig is run in the bootup phase that is
a deleted file.
The latest GNU libc 2.0.7 version (there are multiple 2.0.7
"releases" !) fixes that.
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