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From: Lars Ellenberg (l.g.e_at_web.de)
Date: Tue Oct 15 2002 - 23:12:28 CDT
On Wed, Oct 16, 2002 at 11:21:59AM +1300, Volker Kuhlmann wrote:
> I find manually adding any new packages to a simple list and using rpm
> -UvhF `cat list` is very much faster and more reliable. If anyone wants
> the list (for 8.0) and some short scripts with it email me. YOU is
> wasting more time than it saves. Relieing on those patch files being
> present as well as accurate seems to be too dangerous to me.
On Tue, Oct 15, 2002 at 01:57:27PM +0200, Kevin Ivory wrote:
> Thomas Biege wrote:
> > If I start YOU on my 8.1 machine I see KDE 3.0.4 Updates.
> > The packages must be there now. Maybe you wanna try again.
> When I looked yesterday, the patch description files referred to
> short file names, but in the rpm directory only long file name
> rpms were available.
try fou4s beta, there is a "patch description generator" in there.
( gpd.sh )
gets recursive listings (uses rsync for this), and parses them for
I have scripts which list the newer than locally installed
ones, too. (for the rpm -Uhv `cat ` trick).
or just use fou4s normaly after that.
wroks with the update/ tree, the supplementary/ tree, and most of the
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