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Paco was written to solve this problem in a quite simple fashion.
When installing a package from sources, paco wraps the "make install" command (or whatever is needed to install the files into the system), and generates a log containing the list of all installed files.
This is a CUI frontend and utility scripts.
*========================================* | paco - source code pacKAGE oRGANIZER | *========================================* Motivation ========== After the installation of a source package with "./configure && make && make install", one is usually left with having no idea of what it was installed and where it all went, making it difficult to uninstall the package in the future. Paco was w more»
OooooooooooooooooooooooooooooO Frequently Asked Questions OooooooooooooooooooooooooooooO Q1: I can't use paco to log it's own installation: "error while loading shared libraries: /usr/lib/libpaco-log.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory" R1: As of paco-1.10.4 it is possible to log the own paco's installation: Just type "make logme" after "make install". more»
pacorc(5) System pacorc(5) NAME pacorc - configuration file for paco SYNOPSIS /etc/pacorc DESCRIPTION pacorc is the system-wide configuration file for paco(8), the source code package organizer. SYNTAX The file consists of comments and key-value pairs. Comments are on separate lines that start with a # s more»
PACO(8) System PACO(8) NAME paco - a source more»
PACOBALL(8) System PACOBALL(8) NAME pacoball - Binar more»
RPM2PACO(8) System RPM2PACO(8) NAME rpm2paco - creat more»
SUPERPACO(8) System SUPERPACO(8) NAME superpaco - De more»
paco (2.0.9-1) unstable; urgency=low * New upstream. * debian/control: + Updated to Standa more»