> For trivial cases, the simplest solution would be to just remove
> /compat/linux/usr/bin/ldd and have our native ldd do the work. If
> something depends on the switches, this won't work.

At http://huizen.dds.nl/~frodol/glibc/problems.html it says:

     * ldd gives real strange output, sometimes...
       The ldd script that comes with glibc-2.0.6 handles libc5
       executables incorrectly, resulting in strange output. You are
       probably better off if you always use the ldd that comes with
       ld.so-1.9.9. Implement this by deleting or renaming

I've done this under Linux itself, and it worked well.
Trevor Johnson

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