MaKe Uninstall 3.2

Records the installation of a compiled package and creates a record in /var/log/mku/packages/package_name.
make_uninstall is a tool that records the installation of a compiled package and creates a record in /var/log/mku/packages/package_name.

Usage: mku command arguments
example: mku make install

If you want a backup made of anything overwritten, do this.
mku -b make install

If you want to remove an installed package, do this.
mku -r package_name

If you want a listing of installed packages, do this.
mku -li

If you want a listing of removed packages, do this.
mku -lr

If you want a listing of a installed package's contents, do this.
mku -lic package_name

If you want a listing of a removed package's contents, do this.
mku -lrc package_name

last updated on:
October 22nd, 2008, 23:20 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Kent Robotti
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ System \ System Administration

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