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|Name: file||Distribution: Red Hat Linux Vanderbilt|
|Version: 3.22||Vendor: Red Hat Software|
|Release: 5||Build date: Mon Mar 31 19:05:46 1997|
|Group: Utilities/File||Build host: porky.redhat.com|
|Size: 165085||Source RPM: file-3.22-5.src.rpm|
|Packager: Red Hat Software <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Summary: file(1) command|
This package is useful for finding out what type of file you are looking at on your system. For example, if an fsck results in a file being stored in lost+found, you can run file on it to find out if it's safe to 'more' it or if it's a binary. It recognizes many file types, including ELF binaries, system libraries, RPM packages, and many different graphics formats.
* Tue Apr 01 1997 Erik Troan <email@example.com> Fixed problems caused by 64 bit time_t. * Thu Mar 06 1997 Michael K. Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org> Improved recognition of Linux kernel images.
/usr/bin/file /usr/lib/magic /usr/man/man1/file.1 /usr/man/man4/magic.4
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