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Old 13th February 2018
yezster yezster is offline
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Default "pkg_info -W" in OpenBSD?

Hi everyone, please forgive my lameness. But I just want to know a way around this.

I have been reading the "BSD UNIX 1000 Plus Commands..." book and I came across this command in the command examples in Chapter 1 of the book.

$ pkg_info -W convert
/usr/local/bin/convert was
installed by package

Description of the command:
Find which package the convert command is from.

My problem is I'm running OpenBSD 6.2 current, and there seems to be no "-W" option in OpenBSD pkg_info. I tried looking at the man page but cannot seem to find the -W switch/option.

Is there a way around this in OpenBSD?

Thank you very much in advance guys/gals, Again please forgive my lameness.

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