In article <3715FFA6.287DB...@ss1.digex.net>,
Steve Johns <ste...@ss1.digex.net> wrote:
What you need is a pkgadd/pkgrm "admin" file. An admin file allows you to
> I wonder if someone can recommend a good procedure that allows an admin
> The -R option to pkgadd (e.g. pkgadd -d newpackage.pkg -R /local2 ) does
override various default actions taken (or not taken) by pkgadd and pkgrm.
Here's one that will automate just about everything and change the basedir
Put this in /var/sadm/install/admin/opt and you can then type the
pkgadd -na opt -d <pkgfile> [pkgname]
"-n" tells pkgadd to run in non-interactive mode.
You can call the admin file whatever you want, and even store it wherever
Hope this helps.
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