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Old 01-22-2001

How can I find out what software is installed on the machine, other than ls? Is there a registry program like in Windows? The os is Sun 2.5.

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Old 01-22-2001
try pkginfo -l |grep (your package) or you can type
cat /var/sadm/install/content| grep (your package) or you can type: cat /var/sadm/pkg|grep (your package) to determine the path. Hope this helps. Mardio
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