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Automated PSP Installation on Linux

 
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Rivenwry
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Automated PSP Installation on Linux

I need to perform automated PSP installations in RHEL linux. Specifically, I need to install only the packages that don't require kernel source.

I've looked at the -y flag to individually install particular packages, but this requires interaction. I've also read about the input file that can be supplied to the ./install script, but that file seems to provide configuration for the individual rpms, not whether the rpms are installed or not.

How can I automate the PSP installation and control which rpms are installed?
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David Claypool
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Re: Automated PSP Installation on Linux

The XML file packaged with the PSP controls what is part of the package. You can edit by hand or use the Version Control Repository Manager from HP SIM to create a custom support pack.
Rivenwry
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Re: Automated PSP Installation on Linux

David's comment on the XML file is exactly what I needed. At the bottom of the XML file for the PSP is a line for each RPM, which can be changed from "install=yes" to "install=no".