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    Re: difference between bin and rpm

    thank you guys..

    less /var/log/apt/history.log gives the list of packages installed using apt-get. But i just want to have my application there.. is there any way to do it?

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    Re: difference between bin and rpm

    Quote Originally Posted by sakthi8489 View Post
    But i just want to have my application there.. is there any way to do it?
    If you have installed something without using the package management system, I am not sure that there is any way of seeing it. That is the advantage of sticking to the package management system: the system then knows what is installed.
    Michael

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    Re: difference between bin and rpm

    thanks.. How to install the application using the package management system?
    or How to add the installer to the package management system?

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    Re: difference between bin and rpm

    How can i add my installation software in dpkg?

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    Re: difference between bin and rpm

    Is there any package manager for server based Ubuntu?
    How to add my own application to that package manager and keep track of them?

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    Re: difference between bin and rpm

    Ubuntu server uses APT for package managent, same as standard Ubuntu and all Debian derivatives.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Packaging_Tool


    If I have understood you correctly you have a program you have written, and wish to intergrate it into the package management system. To do that, you will need to create a .deb package. I haven't done this, but a bit of searching found this, which looks like it should help.
    http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/li...pkg/index.html
    Michael

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