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Operating Systems Solaris Uninstalling Vendor Software
# 8  
Old 10-26-2007
Well a simple solution if you have a test machine would be to take a filesystem list of the machine, install the software on that a see what gets added.
# 9  
Old 10-29-2007
thank you guys
you are so helpful
# 10  
Old 10-29-2007
can you please give me example of tracing an install binary program to see where it installs it's files on the file system?
# 11  
Old 11-02-2007
truss -t write <install command>
This shows you all write action of the install process.
Only as root user!
But it is hard to go this way because of the amount of outputs on the screen!!
Best regards
joerg

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