> I think this is the way to go. I would be glad if I knew which libraries I can
> safely remove... I'm currently working on a script that scans my harddisks for
> executables, builds a list of libraries that are not linked by any executable, and
> sends me this list by eMail. It would be nice if the script could also tell me the
> header files that came with the libraries and anything else related to them.
Have you looked at binstats v1.0.1. It compiles a list of all files and
libraries in the system. It's proved its worth in the last two weeks in
helping me rid my system of old libc5 binaries and their libraries.
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