Re: How to keep track of files installed from sources?
The dance only need be done once. If before doing the dance script
<enter> is typed and after the dance exit <enter> is typed. The file
typescript will then have the whole dance program inside it.On Fri, 9 Mar
2012, Karl Vogel wrote:
> >> On Sat, 18 Feb 2012 21:53:49 +0100,
> >> Csanyi Pal <email@example.com> said:
> C> I want to install GNUstep from sources on my Debian GNU/Linux SID sytem.
> C> How can I know where come installed files after I did run: ./configure
> C> && make && sudo -E make install commands?
> C> this is important if I decide later to uninstall files installed from
> C> sources.
> If you want a list of what files were installed, the easiest way is
> probably to do the configure/make/make install dance twice. The first
> time, install under a disposable directory:
> root# mkdir /tmp/local
> root# cd /your/source/directory
> root# ./configure --prefix=/tmp/local --whatever
> root# make && make install
> If you're planning on installing under /usr/local:
> root# find /tmp/local -printf "%y %p %m %u %g %l\n" | sort -k2,2 |
> sed -e 's!/tmp/local!/usr/local!' > list-of-installed-files
> root# rm -rf /tmp/local
> root# make distclean # or make realclean, start from scratch
> root# ./configure ... # use real options this time
> root# make && make check && make install
> "find" gives the filetype, path, mode, owner, group, and an optional 6th
> field if the file is a symbolic link; "sort" gives results sorted by
> filename. Some sample output:
> d /usr/local/bin 755 root bin
> f /usr/local/bin/antiword 755 root bin
> f /usr/local/bin/authlog 755 root bin
> f /usr/local/bin/avg 755 root bin
> l /usr/local/bin/bootlog 777 root bin authlog
> d /usr/local/lib 755 root bin
> Here, /usr/local/bin/bootlog is a symlink to /usr/local/bin/authlog.
> If you're paranoid, either save the output from "make install" or do a
> separate check to make sure nothing was written outside of /usr/local:
> root# find / /usr -xdev -mtime -1 -ls