> Okay, I'm making progress, but I've ran into another road-block.
> I figured out that I need to add --dir to my syntax. That seemed to resolve the error with rhnpush not being able to find the patch. However, now I'm getting the following error:
> Error Message:
> Package arch sparc-solaris-patch incompatible with channel solaris-10
> Error Class Code: 50
> Error Class Info: Invalid information uploaded to the server
> Adding verbose to the syntax revels this:
> Package /usr/local/src/mpm_patches/patch-solaris-151355-01-1.sparc-solaris-patch.mpm already exists on the RHN Server-- Skipping Upload....
> The SW server is CentOS 6.5, while the server with the Solaris patches is a Solaris 10 server. The patches are not on the SW server. So, I'm wondering if I have my channel/repository setup correctly?
> I'm wondering if the Repository URL is correct?
> On the SW server I have the following directory configured:
> So, I have the following Repository URL.
> The patches are not out on the net anywhere. I downloaded them, and I put them in the mpm format. So I think that it is proper to use the file:// syntax in that field. Is that correct? Should I copy the mpm files to that directory first?