Create a RPM package that install other RPM package!
pinto.elia at gmail.com
Wed Mar 4 15:03:30 UTC 2009
On Wed, Mar 4, 2009 at 3:34 PM, seth vidal <skvidal at fedoraproject.org>wrote:
> On Wed, 2009-03-04 at 11:30 -0300, Jorge Pereira wrote:
> > Hello Everyone!
> > I have an RPM package for a given application, and this package works
> > perfectly!
> > so now I need to make sure this package is a dependency, if not
> > installed it will
> > automatically install another RPM package that turns inside the package!
> > Example:
> > i have the RPM "package-001.rpm" that depends of "adobe-air1.xx.rpm",
> > if package of adboe-air is not installed, i need run eg something like
> > rpm -ivh /path/install/adobe-air1.xx.rpm
> > just is a some example! i try but don't works becouse the resource is
> locked by
> > first instance of "rpm -ivh", this is possible?
> no. It's not possible.
I have writed a similar in intent "yum-pull-update" ( e.g. a "rpm package
bundle" for yum. It is very simple to do an rpm package bundle ) rpm that
install, remove, update rpm via yum. Work perfectly on
FC9-10/RHEL4/RHEL5. But, yes, not everyone think it is a sane thing to do.
But someone else yes. So it is a you. BTW, the support exists in rpm from
rpm --showrc | grep -i conc
*rpmlib(ConcurrentAccess) = 4.1-1*
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