Re: [wpkg-users] Check command

2009-06-11 Thread Rainer Meier
Hi ds10025 ds10...@cam.ac.uk wrote: Does the check command behave like a while loop. I'm trying to understand the flow of the script. Like WolframAlpha is used to say... I am not sure what do do with your input. ;-) Each package can define one or more checks. Checks can be combined using

Re: [wpkg-users] Open Office 3.1 Installation and upgrade

2009-06-11 Thread heyr...@gmail.com
I resolved...I think, using this: package id=openoffice name=Open Office 3.1 revision=8 reboot=false prority=1 check type=uninstall condition=exists path=OpenOffice.org 3.1/ install cmd=msiexec /qn /norestart /i %SOFTWARE%\OpenOffice\OoO_3.1\setup\openofficeorg31.msi

Re: [wpkg-users] Check command

2009-06-11 Thread ds10025
Thanks Rainer I'm writing a script for Acrobat reader security updates using examples suplied. It need to look like:- While latest version of Acrobat reader is NOT install Remove old version Install new version Install any patches Endwhile Cobverting this

Re: [wpkg-users] Check command

2009-06-11 Thread Rainer Meier
Hi, Please respond to the list as well, so everybody can see your answers and might profit from the open discussions. ds10...@cam.ac.uk wrote: I think I began to understand what is going on. If I want WPKG to remove old version of Acrobat reader first. I put the remove command as before the