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Article explaining dynamically linked executables in Linux

Article explaining dynamically linked executables in Linux

I knew that it’s often the case that an executable (a program) needs “shared objects” or *so* files to work properly.  The article introduces us to the ldd command, which tells us which library objects ( or *so* files) are required by a given Linux executable. This is very convenient.  They also say something about dynamic library configuration, and ldconfig, which is very useful.

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June 9, 2013 at 6:09 am

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