sheltren at cs.ucsb.edu
Sat Jan 10 19:33:18 UTC 2004
Well, to answer your question, I don't think there is currently a way to
specify which yumgroups.xml file to use. My advice would be to name your
groups differently than the groups are named on the public repo. Then yum
will read both files and smoosh them together. You'll be able to use the
groupupdate/groupinstall commands for your groups and just ignore the other
groups. Hope that helps.
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> [mailto:yum-bounces at lists.dulug.duke.edu] On Behalf Of Tom Diehl
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> Subject: [Yum] yumgroups.xml?
> Hi all,
> I was wondering if there is a way to restrict where the
> yumgroups.xml file(s) come from?
> What I am looking for is a way to exclude a yumgroups.xml
> file even though it lives in a repository. If for instance I
> use a public repository that has a yumgroups file in it but I
> have custom yumgroups files in my own repo, is there a way to
> not use the one in the public repo??
> I have looked in the man pgs but I did not see anything revelent.
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