Don’t know if it’s normal, when I build a package, packager asks me if I
want to union /opt to /usr. (in parenthesis tell me few words about how
packager figures out what to union and when please)
I answer no but it still union the library, why? but not the symlinks.
If it’s normal, it’s not desirable because I’m building a complete or
newer libz.so.1 that I want to install in /opt. QSSL also provides a
libz.so.1. if both libraries are compatible (mine has some symbols more)
that’s ok, if not. I have a problem!
About the include files, I don’t really know because same files are
provided by QSSL and are in /usr/include yet. So I don’t know if that
could prevent unioning.
What I’m sure is that the files in /usr/include are not mine.