It tells you whether or not a library is installed and why.
If you need to know which libraries a binary uses to later use them in some way, we know that the ldd command is one of the most used alternatives, however it has some limitations, that is, there are libraries that are not found and it does not inform.
For that you can replace it with libtree
What does libtree do ?
deciduous_tree turns ldd into a tree
point_up explains why shared libraries are found and why not
deploy executables and dependencies in a single directory
There is no secret, just download the binary, give it execution permission and use it, like this:
If you want, install on your system:
And use it as libtree command.
To deploy binaries and dependencies in a separate directory, use: