[NLUUG]   Welcome to ftp.nluug.nl
Current directory: /os/Linux/distr/slackware/slackware/source/
 
Current bandwidth utilization 185.24 Mbit/s
Bandwidth utilization bar
Contents of README.TXT:

This is the source used for Slackware.

To look for a particular bit of source (let's say for 'cp'), first you would
look for the full path:

fuzzy:~# which cp
/bin/cp

Then, you grep for the package it came from. Note that the leading '/'
is removed, and ^ and $ mark the beginning and end of the pattern to match:

fuzzy:~# grep ^bin/cp$ /var/lib/pkgtools/packages/*
/var/lib/pkgtools/packages/coreutils-9.0-x86_64-3:bin/cp

From this, you can see that 'cp' came from the coreutils-9.0-x86_64-3 package.
The source will be found in a corresponding subdirectory. In this case, that
would be ./a/coreutils/.

All of these packages have scripts that extract, patch, and compile the source
automatically. These are the 'SlackBuild' scripts.

Have fun!

---
Patrick J. Volkerding
volkerdi@slackware.com

Icon  Name                                 Last modified      Size  
[DIR] Parent Directory - [DIR] a/ 29-Jan-2022 06:54 - [DIR] ap/ 02-Feb-2022 03:14 - [DIR] d/ 25-Jan-2022 20:45 - [DIR] e/ 01-Feb-2021 03:52 - [DIR] f/ 27-Feb-2018 07:13 - [DIR] installer/ 12-Nov-2021 20:02 - [DIR] k/ 01-Feb-2022 18:31 - [DIR] kde/ 18-Jan-2021 00:28 - [DIR] l/ 25-Jan-2022 00:18 - [DIR] n/ 28-Dec-2021 21:15 - [DIR] t/ 06-Jul-2021 21:21 - [DIR] tcl/ 01-Feb-2018 04:10 - [DIR] x/ 03-Jan-2022 20:53 - [DIR] xap/ 17-Jan-2022 22:57 - [DIR] xfce/ 06-Jan-2022 21:35 - [DIR] y/ 30-Dec-2020 22:23 - [TXT] CHECKSUMS.md5 02-Feb-2022 09:23 572K [TXT] CHECKSUMS.md5.asc 02-Feb-2022 09:23 163 [TXT] FILE_LIST 02-Feb-2022 09:23 796K [   ] MANIFEST.bz2 02-Feb-2022 09:23 22M [TXT] README.TXT 02-Feb-2022 05:43 828 [   ] buildlist-from-changelog.sh 08-Oct-2021 03:36 12K [   ] make_world.sh 14-Feb-2021 07:12 14K

NLUUG - Open Systems. Open Standards
Become a member and get discounts on conferences and more, see the NLUUG website!