pgf at laptop.org
Thu Nov 25 23:55:49 EST 2010
c. scott ananian wrote:
> At one point Michael and I also had a side-loading mechanism
> implemented -- if you put your target RPMs in some directory in
> /home/olpc -- I think it was ~/.rpms -- then they'd automatically get
> re-installed after olpc-update. That was (at the time) the preferred
> mechanism for "adding a few packages" persistently to a build.
> Assuming this mechanism hasn't code-rotted, this is a nice
> intermediate step: less work than rolling an entire new build, and
> relatively easy to accomodate new "upstream" builds without
see #6432, and http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Yum#Making_persistent_changes
i believe the location was/is /home/olpc/.custom/rpms, but i haven't
tried using it in a very long time.
paul fox, pgf at laptop.org
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