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vetter
Hi,

is y2pmsh still supposed to work in 10.1? I do:
[0] y2pm > source -s
Known sources:
[0] y2pm >

Is this normal? I expected the equivalent to:
# rug sl

# | Status | Type | Name                                                   | URI                                                                                
--+--------+------+--------------------------------------------------------+-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
1 | Active | ZYPP | SUSE-Linux-10.1-DVD9-x86-x86_64-10.1-0-20060715-103619 | cd:///?devices=/dev/hdd&alias=SUSE-Linux-10.1-DVD9-x86-x86_64-10.1-0-20060715-103619
2 | Active | ZYPP | SUSE-Linux-10.1-Updates                                | http://ftp.tu-chemnitz.de/pub/linux/suse/ftp.suse.com/suse/update/10.1             

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  Andreas


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Re: y2pmsh

Marcus Rückert
On 2006-08-04 23:06:50 +0200, vetter wrote:
> is y2pmsh still supposed to work in 10.1? I do:
> [0] y2pm > source -s
> Known sources:
> [0] y2pm >

the good part of y2pmsh is:
it still uses the old package manager library not libzypp. there for the
sources are not synced.

you need to add them there on your own.

darix

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Re: y2pmsh

vetter
On Fri, 4 Aug 2006, Marcus Rueckert wrote:

> On 2006-08-04 23:06:50 +0200, vetter wrote:
> > is y2pmsh still supposed to work in 10.1? I do:
> > [0] y2pm > source -s
> > Known sources:
> > [0] y2pm >
>
> the good part of y2pmsh is:
> it still uses the old package manager library not libzypp. there for the
> sources are not synced.
>
> you need to add them there on your own.

Ah, ok. I thought it uses libzypp now. Will y2pmsh vanish, stay without
libzypp, or ported to use libzypp in 10.2 and/or later?

what i'm looking for is a tool with the power of y2pmsh or rug, that is
not using zmd. zmd is a real problem on old hardware.

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Re: y2pmsh

Marcus Rückert
On 2006-08-05 01:08:37 +0200, vetter wrote:
> Ah, ok. I thought it uses libzypp now. Will y2pmsh vanish, stay without
> libzypp, or ported to use libzypp in 10.2 and/or later?
>
> what i'm looking for is a tool with the power of y2pmsh or rug, that is
> not using zmd. zmd is a real problem on old hardware.

what can zypp do what y2pmsh cant do?

darix

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Re: y2pmsh

vetter
On Sat, 5 Aug 2006, Marcus Rueckert wrote:

> On 2006-08-05 01:08:37 +0200, vetter wrote:
> > Ah, ok. I thought it uses libzypp now. Will y2pmsh vanish, stay without
> > libzypp, or ported to use libzypp in 10.2 and/or later?
> >
> > what i'm looking for is a tool with the power of y2pmsh or rug, that is
> > not using zmd. zmd is a real problem on old hardware.
>
> what can zypp do what y2pmsh cant do?

i don't know. that's why i'm asking: will y2pmsh remain in future releases
or vanish?

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Re: y2pmsh

Marcus Meissner
On Sat, Aug 05, 2006 at 12:10:57PM +0200, vetter wrote:

> On Sat, 5 Aug 2006, Marcus Rueckert wrote:
>
> > On 2006-08-05 01:08:37 +0200, vetter wrote:
> > > Ah, ok. I thought it uses libzypp now. Will y2pmsh vanish, stay without
> > > libzypp, or ported to use libzypp in 10.2 and/or later?
> > >
> > > what i'm looking for is a tool with the power of y2pmsh or rug, that is
> > > not using zmd. zmd is a real problem on old hardware.
> >
> > what can zypp do what y2pmsh cant do?
>
> i don't know. that's why i'm asking: will y2pmsh remain in future releases
> or vanish?

It is mostly "unmaintained".

I hope we will get at least a zypp cmdline tool, that has similar functionality,
I think Duncan already has something started at least.

Nothing stands again implemetning the functionality using zypp.

Ciao, Marcus

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Re: y2pmsh

vetter
On Sun, 6 Aug 2006, Marcus Meissner wrote:

> On Sat, Aug 05, 2006 at 12:10:57PM +0200, vetter wrote:
> > On Sat, 5 Aug 2006, Marcus Rueckert wrote:
> >
> > > On 2006-08-05 01:08:37 +0200, vetter wrote:
> > > > Ah, ok. I thought it uses libzypp now. Will y2pmsh vanish, stay without
> > > > libzypp, or ported to use libzypp in 10.2 and/or later?
> > > >
> > > > what i'm looking for is a tool with the power of y2pmsh or rug, that is
> > > > not using zmd. zmd is a real problem on old hardware.
> > >
> > > what can zypp do what y2pmsh cant do?
> >
> > i don't know. that's why i'm asking: will y2pmsh remain in future releases
> > or vanish?
>
> It is mostly "unmaintained".

i see.

> I hope we will get at least a zypp cmdline tool, that has similar functionality,
> I think Duncan already has something started at least.
>
> Nothing stands again implemetning the functionality using zypp.

that's a word. thank you.

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