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Re: missing LDD in Linux

I'd probably just snarf the package off the Debian website.  Go to
<http://www.debian.org/Packages/stable/base/ldso.html>, and you should
be given the option of downloading the debfile.  Once completed, do
``dpkg -i ldso*.deb'' (as root).

Note: I'm assuming that you're running the stable branch (2.1,
      codenamed ``slink'') of Debian, and not the pre-release of
      unstable (``potato'').  The URL listed above is slightly
      different in the latter case.

On Sun, Oct 03, 1999 at 05:57:51PM +0200, Puam wrote:
> Gregory T. Norris <haphazard@socket.net> wrote in message
> [🔎] 19991002163733.B32025@glitch.snoozer.net">news:[🔎] 19991002163733.B32025@glitch.snoozer.net...
> > /usr/bin/ldd is one of the dynamic-linker utilities, and is provided by
> > the ldso package.  It definately ought to be present... I'd suggesr
> > reinstalling ldso.
> hmm... ok i am a newbie, how do i do that?
> or can i just copy ldd from someone else his system (debian off course)?

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