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SP_CA
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EEDK Tool - Linux Deployments

Hi , 

i have a rpm file that i try to install with the eedk , 

is fails over and over and im not sure that i create the pkg corrcely,

is any ne have example of how to create a linux pkg as such?

the command of yum install \ rpm install should be when creating the pkg or when deploying the pkg?

 

thanks in advance 

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cdinet
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Re: EEDK Tool - Linux Deployments

Is the package pulling from yum or are you just wrapping an rpm?  You would basically use that rpm package as the source file and include any other files that might go with it and the command to run would be the same as if you were copying the file locally and installing it via terminal to install the rpm manually.  

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Re: EEDK Tool - Linux Deployments

well the file is one-file not needed extra files to execute.

what i need to know is if i need to set the cmd when creating the package or when deploy

i attach the both options (both didnt work) also note that i tried with the extra ./ (for file local path)

and it also didnt work.1.png2.png

any idea will help , thanks 

 
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Re: EEDK Tool - Linux Deployments

I believe you should be using this as the command to run in the eedk package (sample command here)

sudo rpm -i ./sample_file.rpm

You might need to specify full path, but I believe that might be sufficient.

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