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From "Graham Leggett" <minf...@sharp.fm>
Subject Solaris packages: possible to install more than one version at once?
Date Tue, 04 Jan 2005 15:08:42 GMT
Hi all,

The RPM packages of APR (and APR-util) allow the system admin to install
both APR v1.x and APR v0.x at the same time. (There are no file clashes,
use rpm -i to install the second version of APR).

As for the Solaris packages, I have created scripts to create the
packages, but I don't know enough about Solaris package creation to know
whether it is possible to install two Solaris packages differing in
version only on the same machine. If two versions of the same package
cannot be installed simultaneously on Solaris, is it enough if the "PKG"
attribute (currently set to "ASFapr") is altered to be versioned like so:
ASFapr-0, ASFapr-1. Anybody know?

Regards,
Graham
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