sheltren at cs.ucsb.edu
Fri Dec 12 18:04:20 UTC 2003
I didn't actually understand Harish's question until I saw Joseph's
Anyway, yes, you can have multiple yumgroups.xml files, I think yum will
just suck them all up and treat it as one big file... And if you have
them in different repositories (ie. client1 only sees 'dir1' and client2
only sees 'dir2', then you could have a yumgroups.xml in dir1 which
would only be used by client1 (not seen by client2).
On Fri, 2003-12-12 at 10:00, Joseph Tate wrote:
> Harish Chauhan wrote:
> > Thanks, things are working fine.
> > 1. Can I have additional "yumgroups.xml" with different packages listed
> > in it ?
> > Looking forward to someone's response.
> > Thanks in advance.....
> > Regards, Harish Chauhan
> Harish, two things. Please trim your replies when responding to a
> digest posting, and change the subject. You'll get more readership that
> way, and we really don't need or want to see all of those messages
> twice. You should also post in text format instead of HTML.
> As for the yumgroups.xml question, I'm sure you could use PHP or
> mod_perl to serve up different yumgroups.xml files based on who's
> connecting, but that's left as an exercise to the reader.
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