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Unnecessary Binaries to run RPM on Hardware

From: Manoj Palhade <mpalhade@googlemail.com>
Date: Fri 22 Jan 2010 - 12:07:34 CET
Message-ID: <67f63fb1001220307k7875aef3m99c498d90f444fd6@mail.gmail.com>
Dear RPM Team,


I have following requirement. Does anyone have any solution about this?


“In the bin-directory there are executables such as aclocal, autoconf,
automake and so one. These are tools necessary for compiling the RPM
executable. They don't need to be there for running RPM at runtime. Which
binaries/libraries are really needed for using the RPM on target hardware
(QNX as RTOS running on Hardware?) and those ones that are only necessary
for compiling the RPM sources and not running RPM?”


I am copying this complete “lib” and “bin” folder for RPM.

Following is the directory structure of RPM binary and library that I port
it on my hardware running with QNX

RPM

|

 --bin

|

 --lib

     |

      -- pkgconfig

     |

      -- rpm

            |

              -- helpers

            |

              -- qf



Following is the content of “bin” folder of RPM

aclocal

aclocal-1.11

autoconf

autoheader

autom4te

automake

automake-1.11

autoreconf

autoscan

autoupdate

gendiff

ifnames

pcre-config

pcregrep

pcretest

rpm

rpm2cpio

rpmbuild

rpmcache

rpmconstant

rpmdigest

rpmgrep

rpmmtree

rpmrepo

rpmspecdump

rpmwget

sqlite3



Following is the content of “lib” folder of RPM



libbeecrypt.a

libbeecrypt.la

libpcre.a

libpcre.la

libpcre.so

libpcre.so.0

libpcre.so.0.0.1

libpcrecpp.a

libpcrecpp.la

libpcrecpp.so

libpcrecpp.so.0

libpcrecpp.so.0.0.0

libpcreposix.a

libpcreposix.la

libpcreposix.so

libpcreposix.so.0

libpcreposix.so.0.0.0

libpopt.a

libpopt.la

libpopt.so

libpopt.so.0

librpm-5.0.so

librpm.a

librpm.la

librpm.so

librpmbuild-5.0.so

librpmbuild.a

librpmbuild.la

librpmbuild.so

librpmconstant-5.0.so

librpmconstant.a

librpmconstant.la

librpmconstant.so

librpmdb-5.0.so

librpmdb.a

librpmdb.la

librpmdb.so

librpmio-5.0.so

librpmio.a

librpmio.la

librpmio.so

librpmmisc-5.0.so

librpmmisc.a

librpmmisc.la

librpmmisc.so

libsqlite3.a

libsqlite3.la

libsqlite3.so

libsqlite3.so.8

libz.a

pkgconfig = Folder

rpm = Folder



Following is the content of “pkgconfig” folder of “lib” folder of RPM



libpcre.pc

libpcrecpp.pc

rpm.pc

sqlite3.pc



Following is the content of “rpm” folder of “lib” folder of RPM



brp-compress

brp-java-gcjcompile

brp-nobuildrootpath

brp-python-bytecompile

brp-sparc64-linux

brp-strip

brp-strip-comment-note

brp-strip-shared

brp-strip-static-archive

check-files

cross-build

db_archive

db_checkpoint

db_deadlock

db_dump

db_hotbackup

db_load

db_printlog

db_recover

db_stat

db_tool

db_upgrade

db_verify

executabledeps.sh

find-debuginfo.sh

find-lang.sh

find-prov.pl

find-provides.perl

find-req.pl

find-requires.perl

getpo.sh

http.req

install-sh

javadeps.sh

libtooldeps.sh

macros

magic

magic.mgc

magic.mime

magic.mime.mgc

mkinstalldirs

mono-find-provides

mono-find-requires

osgideps.pl

perl.prov

perl.req

perldeps.pl

php.prov

php.req

pkgconfigdeps.sh

pythondeps.sh

rpm.daily

rpm.log

rpm.xinetd

rpm2cpio

rpmcmp

rpmdb_loadcvt

rpmdeps

rpmpopt

tgpg

u_pkg.sh

vcheck

vpkg-provides.sh

vpkg-provides2.sh

helpers = Folder

qf = Folder



Following is the content of “helpers” folder of “rpm” folder of “lib” folder
of RPM



Makeshlibs



Following is the content of “qf” folder folder of “rpm” folder of “lib”
folder of RPM

deb_Packages

deb_Sources

deb_control

deb_md5sums

deb_postinst

deb_postrm

deb_preinst

deb_prerm

wnh_filelists_yaml

wnh_other_yaml

wnh_primary_yaml

yum_filelists_sqlite

yum_filelists_xml

yum_other_sqlite

yum_other_xml

yum_primary_sqlite

yum_primary_xml



Where I will get the information for binaries/libraries are really needed
for using the RPM on a target hardware.

Thanks and Regards,
Manoj Palhade
Received on Fri Jan 22 12:13:22 2010
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