RE: [Zope] How to upgrade to 2.3 (no differential install?)

2001-01-30 Thread dale . w . lance

just checked man of tar  - no "z" was listed.
what exactly is definition of "z"?
I assume it might be "ignore top level directory"?

Dale

--   SNIP

two steps too many ;)
Just tar -xvzf the original file,no need to copy and then delete the 
copy.
/me ducks


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Re: [Zope] How to upgrade to 2.3 (no differential install?)

2001-01-30 Thread Chris McDonough

It means decompress a compressed archive... not all tars support this...

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 just checked man of tar  - no "z" was listed.
 what exactly is definition of "z"?
 I assume it might be "ignore top level directory"?
 
 Dale
 
 --   SNIP
 
 two steps too many ;)
 Just tar -xvzf the original file,no need to copy and then delete the 
 copy.
 /me ducks
 
 
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[Zope] How to upgrade to 2.3 (no differential install?)

2001-01-29 Thread Brad Clements

I'm running Zope 2.2 on RH Linux 7

I see that there's no 2.2-to-2.3 .tar file.. Why?

What's the correct way to upgrade my existing Zope installation?

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Call me stupid, I can't find the proper command line switch to get tar to 
ignore the top level directory name Zope-2.3.0-linux2-86

Do I have to untar into a junk directory, then cp -r everything to my 
current dir?



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Re: [Zope] How to upgrade to 2.3 (no differential install?)

2001-01-29 Thread David K. Trudgett

On Mon, Jan 29, 2001 at 10:54:08AM -0500, Brad Clements wrote:

 Call me stupid, I can't find the proper command line switch to get tar to 
 ignore the top level directory name Zope-2.3.0-linux2-86
 
 Do I have to untar into a junk directory, then cp -r everything to my 
 current dir?

What's wrong with:

$ cp Zope-2.3.0-linux2-x86.tgz /usr/local/; cd /usr/local
$ tar xzvf Zope-2.3.0-linux2-x86.tgz; mv Zope-2.3.0-linux2-x86 Zope-2.3.0
$ rm Zope-2.3.0-linux2-x86.tgz
$ chown -R root.root Zope-2.3.0
$ cd Zope-2.3.0
$ ./install
$ chgrp -R nobody var; chmod -R g+rw var; chmod g+s var
$ python zpasswd.py access
$ ./start 


David Trudgett


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Re: [Zope] How to upgrade to 2.3 (no differential install?)

2001-01-29 Thread Bill Anderson

David K. Trudgett wrote:

 On Mon, Jan 29, 2001 at 10:54:08AM -0500, Brad Clements wrote:
 
 
 Call me stupid, I can't find the proper command line switch to get tar to 
 ignore the top level directory name Zope-2.3.0-linux2-86
 
 Do I have to untar into a junk directory, then cp -r everything to my 
 current dir?
 
 
 What's wrong with:
 
 $ cp Zope-2.3.0-linux2-x86.tgz /usr/local/; cd /usr/local
 $ tar xzvf Zope-2.3.0-linux2-x86.tgz; mv Zope-2.3.0-linux2-x86 Zope-2.3.0
 $ rm Zope-2.3.0-linux2-x86.tgz

two steps too many ;)
Just tar -xvzf the original file,no need to copy and then delete the copy.
/me ducks


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