--no-allow-shlib-undefined (enabled by default when linking an
executable) rejects unresolved references in shared objects.
Users may be confused by the common diagnostics of unresolved symbols in
object files (LLD: "undefined symbol: foo"; GNU ld/gold: "undefined reference to")
Learn from GCC/clang " [-Wfoo]": append the option name to the
diagnostics. Users can find relevant information by searching
"--no-allow-shlib-undefined". It should also be obvious to them that
the positive form --allow-shlib-undefined can suppress the error.
Also downgrade the error to a warning if --noinhibit-exec is used (compatible
with GNU ld and gold).