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Old 09-05-2013, 07:44 AM   #1
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ldd for different processor/architecture

When "ldd -s" is executed on a compiled binary on different systems with same arch type it produces different results. To eleborate, if they binary is using a rpath while compiling, on a system this is shown when we run "ldd -s" and on other it doesn ot show up.

My question:
- does ldd depend on system processor and/or what other aspects?
- Is it possible to list the RPATH even though ldd depends on some system paramters when run on the system other than the one it was built for.

Old 09-05-2013, 01:57 PM   #2
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It's different on different hardware because the dependent libraries for your particular case are different on each system.

A suggestion would be to post the two different ldd results you are seeing and describe the systems and kernel versions which are on each system. Use "uname -a" to get the kernel version.


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