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Old 01-30-2011, 01:30 PM   #1
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How can I check what libraries/etc I have, and what their versions are?


Is there a command or an app that will tell me exactly what libraries I have installed, and what versions?
 
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readelf -V?

If you want to do it in one command, you might fix the line below and try something like it

find -path $LD_LIBRARY_PATH -type f |xargs readelf -V > somefile

less somefile
 
  


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