I do not want to criticise your script, but:
No only one little thing,
to have the same sytax as the file on the DVD I just turned
requires="$requires $req" into requires="$req $requires"
provides="$provides $prov" into provides="$prov $provides"
Another thing I was wondering about, If there are two entries called
aaa-base, which one is installed? Or are both installed?
Reason for my question:
There is always an entry for the foo.rpm and for foo.src.rpm with the entry
Wouldn`t it be better do change 'for pkg in `find $ser -name "*.rpm"`; do' to
something like 'for pkg in `find $ser -name "*.rpm" | grep -v "src.rpm"` to ger rid of the SRCRPMs?
From: Anas Nashif
To: Kugelberg, Thorsten
Sent: 26.08.2002 18:40
Subject: Re: [suse-autoinstall] applying patches
* Kugelberg, Thorsten <thorsten.kugelberg(a)realtech.de> [Aug 26. 2002
> the script is nice, beside one little error:
> There is no dir called "inst-sys" inside the suse directory...
> so I changed it to setup/descr
Well, this was my configuration :-)
Anas Nashif <nashif(a)suse.com>, SuSE Linux AG
Montreal (Laval), Canada