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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

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UUID_UNPARSE(3) 						    Libuuid API 						   UUID_UNPARSE(3)

NAME
uuid_unparse - convert an UUID from binary representation to a string SYNOPSIS
#include <uuid/uuid.h> void uuid_unparse(uuid_t uu, char *out); void uuid_unparse_upper(uuid_t uu, char *out); void uuid_unparse_lower(uuid_t uu, char *out); DESCRIPTION
The uuid_unparse function converts the supplied UUID uu from the binary representation into a 36-byte string (plus tailing '') of the form 1b4e28ba-2fa1-11d2-883f-0016d3cca427 and stores this value in the character string pointed to by out. The case of the hex digits returned by uuid_unparse may be upper or lower case, and is dependent on the system-dependent local default. If the case of the hex digits is important then the functions uuid_unparse_upper and uuid_unparse_lower may be used. CONFORMING TO
OSF DCE 1.1 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_compare(3), uuid_copy(3), uuid_generate(3), uuid_time(3), uuid_is_null(3), uuid_parse(3) util-linux May 2009 UUID_UNPARSE(3)

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