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Old 10-18-2006
desktop cube

hey. i was wondering if some one could tell me how to get install this on my open suse linux.

it looks pretty handy, but im new to linux and im unsure how to proceed.

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SCOUT(1)							  SCOUT(1)

scout - A Package Scout SYNOPSIS
scout [global_options] {module} {search_term} [module_options] OPTIONS
The following options are available: global_options, module The global options are handled by scout itself. --format Specify the default output format. Choices are table (default), xml, csv. It's a replacement of the older scoutcsv, scoutxml links. --help Print a brief help. --version Print version. The respective module to search for. The following modules are available: autoconf Search for autoconf macros inside m4 files. bin Search for binaries contained in packages. header Search for C/C++/Obj-C/Obj-C++ headers java Search for Java classes inside packaged JAR files. python Search for Python modules. webpin Search in packages using the Webpin webservice. search_term The term you are looking for. module_options Additional module options. At the moment these are: --listrepos list all available repositories --repos=REPO, -r REPO select a repository to search (use a name from the --listrepos output) DESCRIPTION
Scout is a tool to look for uninstalled packages. For example, which binary does a package provide, which Java classes are available and which autoconf macros does a package contain. To search for your requested term, you need index data files which are a preconfigured SQLite 3 database. You have to install these in order to get your search request done. Use the Scout OBS data repository[1] to get additional index files. See the Wiki page about Scout[2] for more information. EXAMPLE 1: SEARCH FOR EXECUTABLES For example, to search for a sdl-config executable, you need the bin module: $ scout bin sdl-config You get the following output: repository | binary | path | package ------------+------------+-----------------------------+----------------- suse110 | sdl-config | /usr/bin | SDL-devel suse110 | sdl-config | /usr/lib/baselibs-32bit/bin | SDL-devel-32bit EXAMPLE 2: SEARCH FOR JAVA PACKAGES If you want to search for a Java package, use the following code: $ scout java org.apache.xml.serialize.Serializer You get: repository | package | jar | class ------------+------------------+---------------------+------------------------------------------------ jpackage17 | jboss4-testsuite | xerces.jar | org.apache.xml.serialize.Serializer jpackage17 | jboss4-testsuite | xerces.jar | org.apache.xml.serialize.SerializerFactory jpackage17 | jboss4-testsuite | xerces.jar | org.apache.xml.serialize.SerializerFactoryImpl jpackage17 | xerces-j2 | xerces-j2-2.9.0.jar | org.apache.xml.serialize.Serializer jpackage17 | xerces-j2 | xerces-j2-2.9.0.jar | org.apache.xml.serialize.SerializerFactory jpackage17 | xerces-j2 | xerces-j2-2.9.0.jar | org.apache.xml.serialize.SerializerFactoryImpl EXAMPLE 3: SEARCH THROUGH WEBPIN If you want to use the openSUSE Search Webservice[3]--also known as "Webpin"--use the following line: $ scout webpin docbook_5.xml You get: package | version | arch | repository URL | matched files -----------+---------+--------+-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+------------------------ docbook_5 | 5.0 | noarch | | /etc/xml/docbook_5.xml docbook_5 | 5.0CR7 | noarch | | /etc/xml/docbook_5.xml docbook_5 | 5.0 | noarch | | /etc/xml/docbook_5.xml BASH COMPLETION
If you like to complete your options automatically through Bash, insert the following lines into your ~/.bashrc or /etc/bash.bashrc: if [ -f /etc/bash_completion.d/ ]; then . /etc/bash_completion.d/ fi SEE ALSO
command-not-found(1) AUTHORS
Pavol Rusnak <> Developer Michal Vyskocil <> Developer Ales Nosek <> Index data for Java Pascal Bleser <> Webpin code Marek Stopka <> Bash completion Thomas Schraitle <> Docbook documentation Klaus Kaempf <> Help with python-satsolver NOTES
1. Scout OBS data repository 2. Wiki page about Scout 3. openSUSE Search Webservice 08/07/2009 SCOUT(1)

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