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diff --git a/man/netsnmp_config_api.3.def b/man/netsnmp_config_api.3.def
index 90b20d9..bd5abe1 100644
--- a/man/netsnmp_config_api.3.def
+++ b/man/netsnmp_config_api.3.def
@@ -295,7 +295,7 @@ for one particular machine.
 The default list of directories to search is \fC SYSCONFDIR/snmp\fP,
 followed by \fC DATADIR/snmp\fP,
-followed by \fC LIBDIR/snmp\fP,
+followed by \fC /usr/lib(64)/snmp\fP,
 followed by \fC $HOME/.snmp\fP.
 This list can be changed by setting the environmental variable
@@ -367,7 +367,7 @@ A colon separated list of directories to search for configuration
 files in.
 netsnmp_mib_api(3), snmp_api(3)
 .\" Local Variables:
diff --git a/man/snmp_config.5.def b/man/snmp_config.5.def
index fd30873..c3437d6 100644
--- a/man/snmp_config.5.def
+++ b/man/snmp_config.5.def
@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ First off, there are numerous places that configuration files can be
 found and read from.  By default, the applications look for
 configuration files in the following 4 directories, in order:
-DATADIR/snmp, LIBDIR/snmp, and $HOME/.snmp.  In each of these
+DATADIR/snmp, /usr/lib(64)/snmp, and $HOME/.snmp.  In each of these
 directories, it looks for files snmp.conf, snmpd.conf and/or
 snmptrapd.conf, as well as snmp.local.conf, snmpd.local.conf
 and/or snmptrapd.local.conf. *.local.conf are always
diff --git a/man/snmpd.conf.5.def b/man/snmpd.conf.5.def
index 7ce8a46..a4000f9 100644
--- a/man/snmpd.conf.5.def
+++ b/man/snmpd.conf.5.def
@@ -1593,7 +1593,7 @@ filename), and call the initialisation routine \fIinit_NAME\fR.
 .IP "Note:"
 If the specified PATH is not a fully qualified filename, it will
-be interpreted relative to LIBDIR/snmp/dlmod, and \\fR
+be interpreted relative to /usr/lib(64)/snmp/dlmod, and \\fR
 will be appended to the filename.