Package filesystem (QNX Neutrino)
fs-pkg [-a alternate_file] [-d] [-v[v]...] [-f config_file]
- -a alternate_file
- Provide an alternative configuration file to use if no other configurations are available.
- Don't automatically become a daemon. This option is useful when you want verbose output for debugging.
- -f config_file
- Read the configuration from the file, config_file.
If you don't specify this option, fs-pkg looks in:
- /etc/host_cfg/hostname/etc/system/packages (deprecated)
- /etc/system/packages (deprecated)
- Verbose output; more v characters cause more verbosity. The output is sent to the system log if syslogd is running, and to standard output if fs-pkg is running in the foreground.
The package filesystem is a virtual filesystem manager that presents to a client a customized view of a set of files and directories. The real files are present on some medium, and the package filesystem presents a virtual view of selected files to the client.
- /etc/host_cfg/hostname/etc/system/packages, /etc/system/packages
- Default configuration files.
"Package filesystem" in the Working With Filesystems chapter of the User's Guide