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Old 07-11-2004, 11:09 AM   #1
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where did rpmdrake put the 'pidentd' binaries

Using rpmdrake, I tried to install pidentd from the CD. I dont' know why RPM was written so that it doesn't tell me where it puts things but all I have been able to find are the doc files. The doc files didn't tell me where it put things either.

Apparently, the RPM package for pidentd doesn't build the xinet.d entries. At least the doc files tell me how to do that but assume I know where the binares are.

Can anoyone tell me where rpmdrake would/should have put the binaries? TIA.


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