[Yum] yum install new ?
dawson at fnal.gov
Tue Aug 20 13:14:32 UTC 2002
That's what we do in our cronjob. We have a little mini repository, carefully
controlled, and we do a yum install '*'
(the ' ' is so our shell doesn't expand it, I didn't try the \)
seth vidal wrote:
> On Mon, 2002-08-19 at 17:58, Erik Williamson wrote:
>>the addition of 'yum list new' has caught my interest - is there any
>>plan to implement an option where I can install any packages in a
>>repository that aren't currently installed on the local machine? I'm
>>lazy - this information can be gleaned out of the output from 'list
>>new', but I don't trust myself.
> well, sorta.
> if you're a masochist you could do yum install \*
> (the \ is used so your shell doesn't expand it first)
> that would kinda be nuts.
> but it should work.
> it would match any available program and install it.
> if they don't conflict it _should_ work - though in a stock rhl7.3 stuff
> conflicts :)
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