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Re: [OT?] Installing all RPMs via Kickstart



On 2/14/06, Matthew Miller <mattdm mattdm org> wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 14, 2006 at 05:09:02PM -0800, Joe Van Dyk wrote:
> > Ok.   I'd like to create a list of packages that are in the core
> > groups that we will install (the base system, X, Gnome, KDE, deve
> > tools, scientific tools, and maybe others).  And then I'd like to
> > create a list of packages that aren't in any of those categories so
> > our team can go through and see what additional software has to be
> > installed.
> > Any ideas on how to easily do that?  How can I get a list of all the
> > different groups that are on my system?
>
> This is super-off-topic, since it has nothing to do with RPM itself. It's
> vaguely anaconda-related, though -- we could take it up on that list.

There's no way via RPM to get a list of all the different package
groups that are on a system?  That was essentially my question.


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