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A blank LD_LIBRARY_PATH isn't the problem. It's not set by default in Ubuntu. Per the comment on the answer on this question, it seems most likely that you installed the 64bit version of the library but you're running a 32bit application and therefore need the 32bit lib too. sudo apt-get install libxml2:i386
You have 2 solutions 1. Creating a Virtual Host for each site In my opinion, I would recommend this solution if it's a possibility. In this step, you would need need to create a site just as you did for your previous ones. But you will need to give them a domain like www.site3.temp even if it won't have a dns record. (notice the .tmp TLD) Next, for each ...
In short, no. There is no environment variable that will force applications to save their dotfiles to any path other than $HOME. An alternative, semi-manual approach would be to use GNU Stow, a symlink farm manager, to move config files for binary packages, as described in this blog post.
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