Subject: Purging old library versions
To: current users <>
From: Paul Goyette <>
List: current-users
Date: 08/22/1998 17:23:31
Having followed -current for a long time now, I notice that I've got a
few old versions of shared object libraries in /usr/lib.  Is there some
relatively easy way to find out which executables I might still have
lying around linked to these older versions of libedit, libkvm (likely
not very many here), and libstdc++?  I know I could just find all the
executables and try to run them, but there must be an easier way to
check which libraries they're linked against?

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