[Ilugc] One Day One GNU/Linux Command (LDD)
girishvenkatachalam at gmail.com
Fri Dec 19 10:02:18 IST 2008
On 09:32:44 Dec 19, Bharathi Subramanian wrote:
> One Day One GNU/Linux Command
> ldd -- Print shared Library DepenDencies.
> Most of the programs/libraries are linked to shared libraries, like
> libc, etc. If a particular shared library, needed by a program, is
> not present in the system, then that program will not run.
> ldd command is used to print the shared libraries required by each
> program or shared library specified on the command line.
> $ ldd /bin/ls -- Print all shared libs needed for the ls command.
> $ ldd -v /bin/ls -- Same as above + Extra version details.
> $ ldd /lib/libtermcap.so.2 -- Print all shared libs needed for this
This is a good trick.
$ ldd `which bash`
so you don't need the complete path.
Use backticks and not apostrophe. ;)
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