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Section - -26- Which IRIX CD is the program 'foo' on?

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  Mount the CD and try 'grep foo /CDROM/dist/*.idb'. If you don't get
  any output, 'foo' isn't on that CD. If you do, it is, and one of the
  fields is the subsystem in which 'foo' lives. Entries in *.idb files
  don't have a leading slash so you must leave it out if you grep for a
  full path, e.g. 'grep usr/bin/lp /CDROM/dist/*.idb', not 'grep
  /usr/bin/lp /CDROM/dist/*.idb'.

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