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The following package is currently installed: TVVgpw gwp (sparc) 6.94 Do you want to remove this package y ## Removing installed package instance <TVVgpw> ## Verifying package dependencies. ## Processing package information. ## Removing pathnames in class <none> /usr/local/doc/gpw/README.gpw /usr/local/doc/gpw /usr/local/doc <shared pathname not removed> /usr/local/bin/gpw /usr/local/bin <shared pathname not removed> ## Updating system information. Removal of <TVVgpw> was successful.
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The pkgrm command also operates in an interactive mode, in which multiple packages can be removed using the same interface:
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# pkgrm The following packages are available: 1 GNUlstdc libstdc++ (i86pc) 2.8.1.1 2 GNUmake make (i86pc) 3.77 3 NCRos86r NCR Platform Support, OS Functionality (Root) (i386) 1.1.0,REV=1998.08.07.12.41 4 SFWaalib ASCII Art Library (i386) 1.2,REV=1999.11.25.13.32
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... 288 more menu choices to follow; <RETURN> for more choices, <CTRL-D> to stop display:
At this point, you can enter the number of the package that you wish to remove.
Creating New Packages
Creating a package is easy if you follow a few simple steps. In this example, you compile and build the Apache Web server from source, which is then customized for your local environment. Instead of rebuilding Apache on every Web server from source, if you compile it once and then distribute it as a package to all the local systems, you can save valuable time and CPU cycles. The first step is to download the Apache source and build it according to the instructions supplied with the source package. After compiling the application into the source directory (e.g., /usr/local/apache), make local customizations as appropriate. Next, you need to create the two files that are used to create the package: the prototype file, which contains a list of all the files to be stored in the archive, and their file permissions, and the pkginfo file, which contains all the descriptive information regarding the package, including the creator, architecture, and base directory. To create the pkginfo file, you use the find command to create a list of all the files below the base directory of the package installation. In the case of Apache, the base directory is /usr/local/apache, if that is where the source was compiled:
# cd /usr/local/apache # find . -print | pkgproto > prototype
This command produces the prototype file in /usr/local/apache. It contains entries like this:
d none bin 0755 nobody nobody f none bin/httpd 0755 nobody nobody f none bin/ab 0755 nobody nobody
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f f f f f f f d d d f f f d f f f
none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none none
bin/htpasswd 0755 nobody nobody bin/htdigest 0755 nobody nobody bin/apachectl 0755 nobody nobody bin/dbmmanage 0755 nobody nobody bin/logresolve 0755 nobody nobody bin/rotatelogs 0755 nobody nobody bin/apxs 0755 nobody nobody libexec 0755 nobody nobody man 0755 nobody nobody man/man1 0755 nobody nobody| man/man1/htpasswd.1 0644 nobody nobody man/man1/htdigest.1 0644 nobody nobody man/man1/dbmmanage.1 0644 nobody nobody man/man8 0755 nobody nobody man/man8/httpd.8 0644 nobody nobody man/man8/ab.8 0644 nobody nobody man/man8/apachectl.8 0644 nobody nobody
Each entry is either an f (file) or a d (directory), with the octal permissions code, user and group ownership also being displayed. After you verify that all the files that you wish to package are listed in the pkginfo file, you need to manually add an entry for the pkginfo file itself into the pkginfo file:
i pkginfo=./pkginfo
The pkginfo file contains a description of your archive. Adding this entry ensures that the pkginfo file is added to the archive. Next, you need to actually create the pkginfo file in the base directory of the package (i.e., /usr/local/apache for this example). The file needs to contain several customized entries like the following:
PKG="EDapache" NAME="Apache" ARCH="sparc" VERSION="1.3.12" CATEGORY="application" VENDOR="Cassowary Computing Pty Ltd" EMAIL="paul@cassowary.net" PSTAMP="Paul Watters" BASEDIR="/usr/local/apache" CLASSES="none"
Although these tags are self-explanatory, Table 5-1 contains a description of each of the options available for the pkginfo file.
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