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    Command:

    ldd

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           ldd [OPTION]... FILE...
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           ldd  prints  the  shared  libraries  required by each program or shared
           library specified on the command line.
    
       Security
           In the usual  case,  ldd  invokes  the  standard  dynamic  linker  (see
           ld.so(8))  with the LD_TRACE_LOADED_OBJECTS environment variable set to
           1, which causes the linker to display  the  library  dependencies.   Be
           aware,  however,  that  in some circumstances, some versions of ldd may
           attempt to obtain the dependency information by directly executing  the
           program.  Thus, you should never employ ldd on an untrusted executable,
           since this may result in the execution  of  arbitrary  code.   A  safer
           alternative when dealing with untrusted executables is:
    
               $ objdump -p /path/to/program | grep NEEDED
    
    
    

    OPTIONS

           --version
                  Print the version number of ldd.
    
           -v --verbose
                  Print all information, including, for example, symbol versioning
                  information.
    
           -u --unused
                  Print unused direct dependencies.  (Since glibc 2.3.4.)
    
           -d --data-relocs
                  Perform relocations and report any missing objects (ELF only).
    
           -r --function-relocs
                  Perform relocations for both data  objects  and  functions,  and
                  report any missing objects or functions (ELF only).
    
           --help Usage information.
    
    
    

    NOTES

           The  standard  version  of  ldd  comes with glibc2.  Libc5 came with an
           older version, still present on some systems.  The long options are not
           supported  by the libc5 version.  On the other hand, the glibc2 version
           does not support -V and only has the equivalent --version.
    
           The libc5 version of this program will use the name of a library  given
           on the command line as-is when it contains a '/'; otherwise it searches
           for the library in the standard locations.   To  run  it  on  a  shared
           library in the current directory, prefix the name with "./".
    
    
    

    BUGS

           ldd does not work on a.out shared libraries.
    
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