To display information about installed packages or sets, use the pkginfo(1) or pkgparam(1) commands.
when executed without options or package names,
displays the category, package instance,
and package name of all packages (but not SIPs) that have been
completely installed on your system.
For example, entering:
might display the following output:
system int Installation Utilities system backup Backup/Restore Utilities application pkgA Package A application pkgA.2 Package A application anpkg Another Package
Custom Installed Packages:
acad yes Entire AutoCad package
The output of this command is organized by categories defined by the package developer.
In this example, pkgA.2 is the package identifier for the second installed version (instance) of pkgA.
The last line of this example shows a non-System V package (in this example, a XENIX® package). For these custom-installed packages, the abbreviated package name is shown, followed by the word yes (which indicates that the package is installed), and the full package name.
Depending on the type of information you want to view, you can also: