I need to use xdelta tool in my shell script for creating and patching diff files.
My PC Linux environment (Ubuntu) has a package installer, and when I try typing xdelta on my commandline, it prompted to try "sudo apt-get install".. after which it directly accessed the packages from the Internet and installed it.
So I am able to use xdelta from the command-line in my Ubuntu environment.
I need to also use xdelta on my target. I am using a NFS. The bootloader and kernel are on the target and the RFS is referred from the PC.
How can I install the xdelta package on my target so that it recognises the command xdelta.
On Ubuntu, "sudo apt-get install", fetched the below packages:
I am a newbie to Linux, so please explain in simple terms... thanks..