/usr/etc/install/list_files devname category [ -a arch ] [ -r release ]
list_files performs the same function as extract_files except that files are not extracted, instead, they are listed as contents of a given category.
The -a and -r options are provided for CD devices, which can contain multiple releases for multiple architecture types. Users normally do not need to specify these values, they default to the current running system.
devname is the media name on which files are kept. Examples are st, sr, mt... etc.
category is a suninstall category name which can be found by running /usr/etc/install/toc_xlat.
The following examples show some common uses of extract_files and list_files.
example# cd /usr example# /usr/etc/install/extract_files st0 Text -f ./bin/addbib ./bin/eqn
Extracts from tape device st0 the files ./bin/addbib and ./bin/eqn from the category Text.
example# cd /usr example# /usr/etc/install/extract_files st0 Text -f ./bin/checkeq
Extracts from tape device st0 the file ./bin/checkeq from the category Text.
example# /usr/etc/install/list_files sr0 Text -a sun4c
Lists all files in category Text of sun4c kernel architecture type from CD device sr0.
example# /usr/etc/install/list_files sr0 TLI -a sun4c -r 4_1_1
Lists all files in category TLI of sun4c kernel architecture type from CD device sr0, under the 4_1_1 software release.
Created by unroff & hp-tools. © by Hans-Peter Bischof. All Rights Reserved (1997).
Last modified 21/April/97