Linux RPM disassembler and RPM Decompiler tools !!

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Hi ~!!
Give me some disassemblers and Decompilers tools + links for Linux RPM
files.

THanX,
karthik bala guru


Re: Linux RPM disassembler and RPM Decompiler tools !!

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It is not clear at all (at least for me) what you want to do. Could you
elaborate your question a little bit better? Have you looked at rpm.src
packages for your favorite linux applications?


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And please form your question more polite!

Sounds like "give me all your money!!" (o;



Re: Linux RPM disassembler and RPM Decompiler tools !!
Jedi,
Ok, sorry for that blunt question. I would phrase it kindly !!
Thanx for that,
Happy Holidays,
karthik bala guru


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Why?  The source code is available for just about every RPM out there.



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Why?  Simply grab the source rpm and work with that. For example:

-rw-r--r-- 1 peanut   users      255961 Aug 21 04:09 tcpdump-3.8.3-1.i386.rpm
-rw-r--r-- 1 peanut   users      569547 Aug 21 04:10 tcpdump-3.8.3-1.src.rpm

See

[compton ~]$ whatis alien mc rpm2cpio
alien       (1)  - Converts .tgz, .rpm and .deb packages
mc          (1)  - Visual shell for Unix-like systems
rpm2cpio    (8)  - Converts Red Hat Packge (RPM) to cpio archive
rpm2cpio    (8)  - Extract cpio archive from RPM Package Manager (RPM) package
[compton ~]$

There is no need to disassemble or decompile when you can read the source
directly. See also

-rw-rw-r--    1 gferg    ldp         44071 Sep 12  2002 RPM-HOWTO

        Old guy


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RPM2CPIO - converts RPM archive to CPIO archive
objdump - dumps executable files, includes switches for disassembly,
relocation tables, etc.

Jon
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Learn to program using Linux assembly language
http://www.cafeshops.com/bartlettpublish.8640017

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