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Old 08-30-2005, 09:10 AM   #1
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rpm2cpio


mandrake 10.0


[root@localhost Desktop]# rpm2cpio xcdroast-0.98alpha15-1.i586.rpm

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bash: 1: command not found
bash: 0x1: command not foundÔ<_[»Ô'°c
bash: 2c1: command not found
bash: 2c1: command not found
bash: 2c1: command not found
bash: 1: command not found
bash: 112: command not found
bash: 112: command not found
bash: 1: command not found
bash: 0x1: command not found
bash: 1: command not found
bash: 112: command not found
bash: 112: command not found
bash: 1: command not found
bash: 0x1: command not found
bash: 1: command not found
bash: 112: command not found
bash: 112: command not found
bash: 1: command not found
bash: 0x1: command not found
bash: 2c1: command not found
bash: 2c1: command not found
bash: 2c1: command not found
bash: 2c1: command not found
bash: 2c1: command not found
bash: 2c: command not found
[root@localhost Desktop]#



the final output is ilke this?
what should i change?


OR IS THERE ANY WAY TO EXTRACT THE SOURCE CODE.
 
Old 08-30-2005, 01:25 PM   #2
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Once it has been made into a binary rpm, the source no longer exists.

However, you can use Midnight Commander to look into the rpm and browse the files within.
 
  


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