[Yum] Using YUM to manage S/W distros other than linux
Keith.Gallie at amd.com
Wed May 2 16:57:29 UTC 2007
Reaching the architecture review stage of my little project and rpm and
yum are still on the table. I decided to review this small thread and
"if the os is managed by rpm all of the above are possible."
I may be mis-reading this but why would the OS have to be managed by rpm
to make the 'above' (now below) possible? I have whittled and hammered
down to red hat only OS support, for now, and rpm and yum are being used
on the target systems but I don't understand why the OS would have to be
managed by rpm to use rpm to transport other data.
From: yum-bounces at lists.dulug.duke.edu
[mailto:yum-bounces at lists.dulug.duke.edu] On Behalf Of seth vidal
Sent: Monday, April 09, 2007 4:11 PM
To: Yellowdog Updater, Modified
Subject: RE: [Yum] Using YUM to manage S/W distros other than linux
On Mon, 2007-04-09 at 15:06 -0700, Gallie, Keith wrote:
> sv> what did you have in mind?
> multi-site s/w release management; s/w meaning anything a developer
> releases, perl, compiled exes, compiled libraries, documentation, etc.
if the os is managed by rpm all of the above are possible.
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