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Debian 9.4 stretch - unmet dependencies

With apt the important is to run non violent strategy. as few redondant explicit package references as necessary (let apt manage dependencies) be careful with libc ! run your command without ...
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List currently installed packages that have a specified dependency

Your question does indeed make sense. However, you just cannot expect reliably finding dependencies on systemd that would be needed under an openrc inited system, from a systemd-ized system. Under an ...
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List currently installed packages that have a specified dependency

Though the question is a bit unclear, but assuming you want to list packages installed in your system that have systemd mentioned as Depends on, you can simply check that by pacman(since you are in ...
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Why does LibreOffice (at least as packaged for Debian) depend on libldap?

Yes, LibreOffice use the LDAP library: $ apt-rdepends libreoffice | grep '^libldap' libldap-2.5-0 Which is used to access LDAP address books. And, in any case it is used only to read (not write) LDAP ...
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Why does LibreOffice (at least as packaged for Debian) depend on libldap?

libreoffice-core ships /usr/lib/libreoffice/program/soffice.bin, and that is linked against libldap_r-2.4.so.2 => /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libldap_r-2.4.so.2 (0x00007f55a8c9e000) The package ...
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How to fix an apparenlty missing kernel module dependency declaration?

You can use a modprobe.d file to configure this without changing the kernel. Create a file, named /etc/modprobe.d/ax88179.conf, with the following contents: install ax88179_178a /sbin/modprobe ...
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Why does libvirt-daemon-system have so many dependencies on Debian?

Yes, you can tell apt to ignore recommended packages: sudo apt install --no-install-recommends libvirt-daemon-system This will only pull in strict dependencies. You may want to pick and choose ...
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systemd Firewall .service Unit: Type=exec or Type=oneshot?

You want type=oneshot. If you use type=exec, other services will be able to start before the firewall is configured. From the systemd.service man page, for exec: ...Or in other words: simple proceeds ...
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