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Command Tag PKG NAME ARCH VERSION CATEGORY VENDOR EMAIL PSTAMP BASEDIR TABLE 5-1
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Description The name of the package The name of the application contained in the package The target system architecture (SPARC or Intel) The package version number A package contains either an application or a system application The supplier of the software The e-mail address of the vendor The package builder s name The base directory where package files will be installed
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Once the pkginfo file has been created, you re ready to begin building the package. After changing into the package base directory, execute the following command:
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# pkgmk o r /usr/local/apache ## Building pkgmap from package prototype file. ## Processing pkginfo file. ## Attempting to volumize 362 entries in pkgmap. part 1 -- 6631 blocks, 363 entries ## Packaging one part. /var/spool/pkg/EDapache/pkgmap /var/spool/pkg/EDapache/pkginfo /var/spool/pkg/EDapache/reloc/.bash_history /var/spool/pkg/EDapache/reloc/.profile /var/spool/pkg/EDapache/reloc/bin/ab /var/spool/pkg/EDapache/reloc/bin/apachectl /var/spool/pkg/EDapache/reloc/bin/apxs /var/spool/pkg/EDapache/reloc/bin/dbmmanage /var/spool/pkg/EDapache/reloc/bin/htdigest /var/spool/pkg/EDapache/reloc/bin/htpasswd
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A directory called EDapache will have been created in /var/spool/pkg, containing a copy of the source files, which are now ready to be packaged in the archive, by using the pkgtrans command:
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# cd /var/spool/pkg # pkgtrans -s /var/spool/pkg /tmp/EDapache-1.3.12.tar The following packages are available: 1 EDapache Apache (sparc) 1.3.12
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Select package(s) you wish to process (or 'all' to process all packages). (default: all) [ , ,q]:
You need to select the EDapache package to be built, by pressing the ENTER key:
Transferring <EDapache> package instance
The package (EDapache-1.3.12) has now been successfully created in the /tmp directory:
-rw-r--r-1 root other 3163648 Oct 18 10:09 EDapache-1.3.12
To reduce the size of the package file, use the gzip command to compress its contents:
# gzip EDapache-1.3.12 # ls -l EDapache-1.3.12.gz -rw-r--r-1 root other
816536 Oct 18 10:09 EDapache-1.3.12.gz
The compressed package file may now be distributed to other users, and installed using the pkgadd command.
Archiving and Compression
Using packages gives you the greatest level of control over how an archive is distributed and installed. However, creating the pkginfo and prototype files can be a time-consuming process for creating packages that are simply designed for a tape backup or for temporary use. In this case, it may be appropriate to create a tape archive (tar file) rather than a package. Another advantage of using a tar file is that it can be distributed to colleagues who are using operating systems other than Solaris (such as Microsoft Windows and Linux), and unpacked with ease.
Creating Archives
Creating a tar file is easy. For example, to create a tape archive containing the Apache distribution that you packaged in the previous section, you would use the following command:
# a a a a a a a a a a tar cvf /tmp/apache.tar * bin/ 0K bin/httpd 494K bin/ab 28K bin/htpasswd 39K bin/htdigest 16K bin/apachectl 7K bin/dbmmanage 7K bin/logresolve 10K bin/rotatelogs 7K bin/apxs 20K
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The cvf part of the tar command can be read as create file using verbose mode and copy to a file. Originally, the tar command was designed to copy an archive to a tape device, thus, an extra modifier is required to specify that the archive should be copied to a file instead. Table 5-2 summarizes the main modifiers used with the tar command. The tar command takes either function letters or functions modifiers. The main function letters used with tar, to specify operations, are given with examples in the following three sections.
Replacing Files
The function letter r is used to replace files in an existing archive. The named files are written at the end of the tar file, as shown in this example:
# a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a tar rvf /tmp/apache.tar * bin/ 0K bin/httpd 494K bin/ab 28K bin/htpasswd 39K bin/htdigest 16K bin/apachectl 7K bin/dbmmanage 7K bin/logresolve 10K bin/rotatelogs 7K bin/apxs 20K cgi-bin/ 0K cgi-bin/hello.c 1K cgi-bin/printenv 1K cgi-bin/test-cgi 1K cgi-bin/hello 7K cgi-bin/hello.cgi 7K cgi-bin/hello.sh 1K cgi-bin/prt 1K
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