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Jesse Keating wrote:
On Sat, 2006-09-02 at 08:42 -0500, Clark Williams wrote:
> What I haven't gotten my head around is what needs to be done for the
> hypothetical "install" command. It may just be running yum with the
> appropriate root arguments to install rpmlint, then just running rpm
> install the target rpms into the chroot. Or maybe we just add rpmlint
> the default package set. It may be that we don't need a new command
> we can get everything done with what exists and external logic.
> I'd welcome discussion on how to do this and on how to improve chroot
> management in general.
Whats wrong with using mockhelper yum --installroot /chroot
localinstall /path/to/buildrpms/*.rpm ?
Well, because in 0.7 and greater, there is no mockhelper. The
/usr/bin/mock program is a setuid root launcher that starts "python
/usr/bin/mock.py" with whatever arguments were passed in.
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