On Mon, 7 May 2012 08:54:09 -0700 (PDT), KA (Kamal) wrote:
So now i have the following requires:
Typically, one does not add architecture specifiers, such as ".i386", to
Requires in a spec file, but relies on package tools to choose packages
made for a compatible architecture. On platforms, where the %_isa macro is
$ rpm --eval %_isa
you can use it to create arch-specific Requires:
Only do it if you feel confident enough, of course.
and if i do "yum install myapplication", it will majically
install the pre-requisites ? correct ?
Queation is how would yum KNOW "myappliction"
Publish your packages in a local or remote _repository_ of packages.
Use "createrepo" tool, and point Yum at that repository.
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