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10pts: find setld-subset containing a file

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Roberto Polli
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10pts: find setld-subset containing a file

Hi all.
a simple quest:
How can I find the name of the subset containing a given file (something like linux's
rpm -qf
)

I looked man & around but I've not found anything useful.

I need a file named
libXaw3d.so
but it's not installed and it isn't on my OSF5.1B CDs

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Eric van Dijken
Trusted Contributor

Re: 10pts: find setld-subset containing a file

On my system it works like this....

# locate libXaw3d.so
/usr/local/lib/libXaw3d.so

# rpm -qf /usr/local/lib/libXaw3d.so
Xaw3d-1.3-4

And indeed its not on the Tru64 UNIX Cd's. Comes from the HP Open Source cd, which also came with mine HP Tru46 CD Set.

Watch, Think and Tinker.
Eric van Dijken
Trusted Contributor

Re: 10pts: find setld-subset containing a file

Too fast....

The RPM can be found with:
#locate Xaw3d-1.3-4
/mnt/RPMS/alpha/Xaw3d-1.3-4.alpha.rpm


Life is sweet when things work as designed.
Watch, Think and Tinker.
Roberto Polli
Trusted Contributor

Re: 10pts: find setld-subset containing a file

thx Eric,
so I know 2 things now:
1) that file is on rpm
2) I have to download the OSSC

the main question remains unanswered:

How can I find the name of the subset containing a given file?

Peace, R.
Ralf Puchner
Honored Contributor
Solution

Re: 10pts: find setld-subset containing a file

# cd /usr/.smdb.
# grep libXaw3d.so *.inv

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