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Thread: How can I install progs with yast from a list but not using user-packages.xml ?

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    Default How can I install progs with yast from a list but not using user-packages.xml ?

    How is it possible to install packages from a list?
    What I mean is that I don't want ot use user-packages.xml
    Why not?

    From OpenSuse version to other version many times the libraries of progrs change.
    I.e. libs which are not anymore used in the new version will be installed in the case of import the file.

    So until now I always have to select from hand all the progs I want to install for a new version mostly major version changes.
    Now it't more difficult because there is not anymore the optionrpm groups in the view

    How are you managing this issue?

    Example:
    Code:
    bison
    flex
    gcc
    gcc-c++
    gcc-objc
    python-devel
    tcpd-devel
    zlib-devel-static
    

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    Default Re: How can I install progs with yast from a list but not using user-packages.xml ?

    I would get most of those listed by installing the base development pattern.

    Maybe you should consider using "zypper install", as in
    Code:
    zypper install bison flex gcc gcc-c++ gcc-objc python-devel tcpd-devel zlib-devel-static
    You could keep that command in a file. Or use
    Code:
    zypper install `cat path/to/file`
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    Default Re: How can I install progs with yast from a list but not using user-packages.xml ?

    That will do the job!! Thanks a lot!!

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