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Checking linked libraries for executable files

Here is a Unix command to check libraries that have been used and linked together to generate an exe file.

e.g. chatr sapdba will show you which libraries have been linked together to generate this exe and will show whether it is 64-bit. If it is, it should show '64-bit ELF executable' as the first line.

chatr exename

e.g. chatr sapdba
     
chatr oracle

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This was first published in April 2002

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