Operating Systems Solaris Findout 3rd party softwares in Linux/Solaris server Post 302072973 by uday123 on Tuesday 9th of May 2006 08:56:14 AM
Old 05-09-2006
Findout 3rd party softwares in Linux/Solaris server

Hi all,
how to find 3rd party softwares like Oracle,phpldapadmin,Citrix etc (other than packages) which are installed on a linux box.
Please guide me to get this info'n on LINUX/SOLARIS.

Thanks in advance,
Uday
 

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NAME
dh_installinfo - install info files SYNOPSIS
dh_installinfo [debhelperoptions] [-A] [file...] DESCRIPTION
dh_installinfo is a debhelper program that is responsible for installing info files into usr/share/info in the package build directory. From debhelper compatibility level 11 on, dh_install will fall back to looking in debian/tmp for files, if it does not find them in the current directory (or wherever you've told it to look using --sourcedir). FILES
debian/package.info List info files to be installed. OPTIONS
-A, --all Install all files specified by command line parameters in ALL packages acted on. --sourcedir=dir Look in the specified directory for files to be installed. This option requires compat 11 or later (it is silently ignored in compat 10 or earlier). Note that this is not the same as the --sourcedirectory option used by the dh_auto_* commands. You rarely need to use this option, since dh_installinfo automatically looks for files in debian/tmp in debhelper compatibility level 11 and above. file ... Install these info files into the first package acted on. (Or in all packages if -A is specified). SEE ALSO
debhelper(7) This program is a part of debhelper. AUTHOR
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