Re: Removing libc4
I don't know about any debian-related command that will produce this
information, but if you search for libc4 in the file /var/lib/dpkg/status
you will find the packages dependent on it.
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On Wed, 3 Dec 1997, James Dietrich wrote:
> I have libc4 installed on my Debian system (running the latest from
> unstable). How can I find out if any programs depend on libc4, so that I
> can remove it if it isn't needed? Or is there a good reason to keep it?
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