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Re: [Ltib] running ltib in stages

From: Stuart Hughes
Subject: Re: [Ltib] running ltib in stages
Date: Tue, 01 Feb 2011 09:43:30 +0000
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Hi Robert,

If you run:

    ./ltib --preconfig config/platform/_your_platform_/defconfig --batch
--dlonly --noredir

It will download all the host and target content but not build anything.

While looking at this I noticed a bug, so before building off-line
you'll need to run:
    rm .host_wait_warning*

I've updated CVS so the rm .host_wait_warning* with no longer needed in

Regards, Stuart

On 31/01/11 19:14, Robert P. J. Day wrote:
>   for my own interest, once i unload/untar ltib, i'd prefer to run it
> in stages; specifically, i'd like to first do just the download stage,
> then the rpm building stage, but specify them manually.
>   just to make sure i'm refreshing my memory correctly, the first
> download stage simply downloads and copies into /opt/ltib/pkgs all of
> the relevant tarballs, patches and md5 checksums for both.  can i run
> ltib to do *nothing* but that (say, if i was in a rush and wanted to
> grab everything i needed before disconnecting from the net)?
>   after that (again, if memory serves), a couple dozen rpm packages
> need to be created from those downloaded tarballs, and they'll be
> placed in /opt/ltib/usr/src/rpm/RPMS/x86_64 (in my case).  could i
> have done all *that* as a separate processing step, disconnected from
> the net?
>   i'm sure if i read the actual perl code, i could figure it out
> quickly enough.  thanks.
> rday

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