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Old 03-12-2013, 06:06 AM   #1
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"SUNWevolution-socs-connect-share" package missing with 'pkginfo -l'

I am getting "SUNWevolution-socs-connect-share" package name with "pkginfo -i" command in soalris. But this package name is missing with "pkginfo -l" command.

Is there any reason to miss this? Please help me to get "SUNWevolution-socs-connect-share" package with 'pkginfo -l' command also.

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If you will check manual of pkginfo cmd, the -i options is used to displays information only for fully installed packages, which you're obtaining. But -l option is used for 'long format' report, which is actually not available for this package. So instead you can check it using:
~$ pkginfo -l | grep SUNWevolution-socs-connect


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