Attached are the results of this command:
/home/me/cdbuildtree/results/myrelease/i386/os i386 myproduct
I replaced 'myproduct' with 'Fedora'. No differences.
The produced list is exactly like the list of RPM's in my os-disc1-
directory. Thus, much too short...
Does this give you some new ideas?
2007/1/31, Jesse Keating <jkeating(a)redhat.com>:
On Wednesday 31 January 2007 11:58, Remy Bohmer wrote:
> What did you mean with the line: 'That and see what packageorder does
> on your tree. pypungi/pungi.py has the pkgorder command used.' ?
> Should I run some command and check its output?
> I rebuilt everything with pung, and checked its output for now...
/usr/lib/anaconda-runtime/pkgorder /path/to/your/os <arch> Fedora
That will spit out a package order that is used by splittree to put your
packages on various CDs. I'd be interested to see if all the packages in
your compose make it.
pkgorder is a python script, so you can use python debugger (pdb) to see whats
pkgorder is also part of anaconda-runtime, so any bugs found belong to the
anaconda group, not pungi (:
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