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Old 09-22-2013, 04:05 PM   #1
jon lee
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I need some shell script help for dependency checking.


What I'm looking to do is make a list of files that have "not found" dependencies.

For ex:
cd /usr/bin
ldd * | grep "not found"

which gives me something like this:
Quote:
libnepomukutils.so.4 => not found
libnepomuk.so.4 => not found
libkde3support.so.4 => not found
libnepomukutils.so.4 => not found
libnepomuk.so.4 => not found
libkde3support.so.4 => not found
libnepomukutils.so.4 => not found
libnepomuk.so.4 => not found
but the above doesn't give the file name of the actual binary that has dependencies that aren't found. I'm looking for a shell command/script that will (also) give the file name of the files that have un-found dependencies. (somehow pipe it into ls, or a loop of some sort? ).

This should be an easy question for someone who knows what they're doing. I feel like a dunce for not being able to figure it out. (I tried a few things and messed up the ldd script and had to replace it. After that; I decided, instead of causing more damage, I would simply ask). Thanks beforehand.
 
Old 09-22-2013, 04:21 PM   #2
Alien Bob
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This would already give you better results, but there are more complete solutions out there:
Code:
for FILE in $(find /usr/bin -type f)
do
  NOTFOUND=$(ldd $FILE | grep "not found")
  if [ -n "$NOTFOUND" ]; then
    echo -e "$FILE\n$NOTFOUND"
  fi
done
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Old 09-22-2013, 04:37 PM   #3
jon lee
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Well that was quick. It's exactly what I was looking for. It works. Thanks very much!
 
  


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