Lddd is a command line tool used for analyzing Linux shared libraries. It provides detailed information about the dynamic library dependencies of a given executable or shared object file. The tool is primarily used to identify missing or incompatible library dependencies that can cause runtime errors. Lddd displays the direct dependencies of the specified file, along with the library versions required by each dependency. It also shows the full path of the libraries and their sonames (shared object names). Additionally, lddd can be used to check for missing symbols within the libraries, which helps in troubleshooting segmentation faults or unresolved references. The tool is useful for developers and system administrators who need to ensure proper library linkage and resolve dependency-related issues in their Linux applications. Lddd comes pre-installed with many Linux distributions and can be executed from the command line with the file path as an argument.
List of commands for lddd:
lddd:tldr:ee251 lddd: Scan directories to find and list packages with broken library links that need to be rebuilt.$ ldddtry on your machineexplain this command