From: Nick Moffitt <nick@va...> - 2001-06-20 18:56:59
Well, my tests aren't exhaustive yet, but the installer seems to be in
a good state right now. We haven't moved all the files over to
lpr.sourceforge.net yet, but if you run the following:
lynx -source http://marvin.n.and.org/go-gnulpr | sh
and select marvin as the place to get your installer from, it should
do the trick. Note that you should change the URL to get packages
from to http://marvin.n.and.org instead of http://lpr.sourceforge.net.
This should be screen #2 in the installer.
Yes, I know there's a typo on the front screen of the installer. I'm
going to do a rebuild soon to fix that.
Also, note that SuSE currently does not use the graphical installer,
but instead uses the snarf binary to download the package manifest,
awk to parse out all the available files, grep to remove lpr (since it
has a dependency problem that I'm going to file in a bit), and then
snarf again to grab all of the packages. It worked on my suse 6.4 and
7.0 tests, but please let me know if you find anything kooky with it.
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