Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of RpmInstall


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Timestamp:
Dec 4, 2015, 6:39:05 AM (5 years ago)
Author:
Lewis Rosenthal
Comment:

Updated bootstrap version reference; included both arches. Fixed minor typo.

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  • RpmInstall

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    4  1. Download http://rpm.netlabs.org/bootstrap/rpm-yum-bootstrap-1_3.wpi.
     4 1. Download one of the following packages (see main page for more details on the differences between these two):
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     6    [http://rpm.netlabs.org/bootstrap/rpm-yum-bootstrap-1_5-p4.wpi http://rpm.netlabs.org/bootstrap/rpm-yum-bootstrap-1_5-p4.wpi] (newer systems)[[br]]
     7    [http://rpm.netlabs.org/bootstrap/rpm-yum-bootstrap-1_5-i386.wpi http://rpm.netlabs.org/bootstrap/rpm-yum-bootstrap-1_5-i386.wpi] (older systems)
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    69 2. Select a target drive for installation. Consider the following:
     
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    16 The RPM installation installs some new and some changed dll in your %unixroot%\usr\lib directory. This means also you will have some duplicates on your harddrive now. With this [http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/util/system/dupfind-v1.1.zip Utility] you can find them and eliminate.
     19The RPM installation installs some new and some changed dlls in your %unixroot%\usr\lib directory. This means also you will have some duplicates on your harddrive now. With this [http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/util/system/dupfind-v1.1.zip Utility] you can find them and eliminate.
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    1821Please keep in mind that while it is possible in principle to move the Unix tree together with all software installed from RPM to a different drive later, this operation requires special knowledge. Therefore, it is recommended to plan the hard disk space usage before installing RPM, as described above.