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Tru64 - how can you determine the package where a file or binary belongs to?

Dear linux-unix users,
I hope that one of you will be able to help me.
How can I determine to which package a file or binary belongs to.

With solaris/linux package managers you can easely determine this but i cant find the way how to do this on tru64.

Any help would greatly be appreciated.
Many thanks to anyone who takes the effort to read this thread

Last edited by DukeNuke2; 12-08-2008 at 09:20 AM..
 
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UUID_COMPARE(3) 						    Libuuid API 						   UUID_COMPARE(3)

NAME
uuid_compare - compare whether two UUIDs are the same SYNOPSIS
#include <uuid/uuid.h> int uuid_compare(uuid_t uu1, uuid_t uu2) DESCRIPTION
The uuid_compare function compares the two supplied uuid variables uu1 and uu2 to each other. RETURN VALUE
Returns an integer less than, equal to, or greater than zero if uu1 is found, respectively, to be lexigraphically less than, equal, or greater than uu2. AUTHOR
Theodore Y. Ts'o AVAILABILITY
libuuid is part of the util-linux package since version 2.15.1 and is available from ftp://ftp.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/util-linux/. SEE ALSO
uuid(3), uuid_clear(3), uuid_copy(3), uuid_generate(3), uuid_is_null(3), uuid_parse(3), uuid_unparse(3) util-linux May 2009 UUID_COMPARE(3)

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