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RH8 Files

#1
not 100% sure that these have to be from a redhat 8 system, but I need the following files from a linux based system

libgtk-1.2.so.0
libgdk-1.2.so.0
libXi.so.6
libXext.so.6
libX11.so.6
libpng.so.3
libjpeg.so.62

if you could Zip or gzip/bzip2 a Tarball of these files and attach it I would be very greatful

thank you
 
#3
OK I googled and I have found all the resources I need, but now I am unsure as to how to get them out of the rpm files without having my existing FreeBSD resources overwritten
 

Xie

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#5
Geffy said:
OK I googled and I have found all the resources I need, but now I am unsure as to how to get them out of the rpm files without having my existing FreeBSD resources overwritten
man rpm .. has to be a flag :p
Extract individual files from an RPM

To extract an individual file from an rpm package without installing the rpm:

1.

Use rpm2cpio or rpm -qpl to list files and full paths in the package: rpm2cpio package | cpio -t

You need the full path name of a file to extract it in step 2.
2.

Use rpm2cpio to extract a file. Run this command from your home directory or /tmp in order to avoid overwriting any current system files.

rpm2cpio package | cpio -iv --make-directories full-path

This creates the full path in the current directory and extracts the file you specified.
3.

If you just want to convert it to a cpio archive, use

rpm2cpio package > cpio-archive-file
 
#7
well I have found the
rpm --root

option, and now I have to pretend to be a linux user and go forth and track down all of the annoying dependencies for the different rpms
 

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