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Re: Removing libc4

On Wed, Dec 03, 1997 at 11:32:03PM -0500, 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?

You could just try to remove it; that will find any debian-installed
libc4-dependent binaries. It won't find anything you installed
yourself though.

Probably no reason to keep it if you're not using it. You're
unlikely to be installing any a.out software from here on in.

Hamish Moffatt, hamish@debian.org, hamish@rising.com.au, hmoffatt@mail.com
Latest Debian packages at ftp://ftp.rising.com.au/pub/hamish. PGP#EFA6B9D5

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