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How to save your rpm's for future reuse in Mandriva. p3 of 10

Posted 05-12-2010 at 12:10 AM by GlennsPref

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That is all it did.

	Of course to simplify the editing of this script, it calls other scripts that do most of the work,
 and it's still a “work in progress”(wip). It has some text to put up on the screen to give some
 feedback to the user of what stage the process is up to, and although some of them are duplicated in
 the other scrips, it works quite well (IMHO).
Code:
#! /bin/zsh 
#echo "/home/glenn/bin/backup-rpms" 
echo  "/home/glenn/bin/backup-rpms"
...
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How to save your rpm's for future reuse in Mandriva. p2 of 10

Posted 05-12-2010 at 12:04 AM by GlennsPref

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	Now with all of that it only takes a second to convert the list and I can enjoy my time doing
 what ever else I like.

	I hope someone else finds this helpful, cheers and kind regards, Glenn (GlennsPref@gmail.com)

	Scripts with explanations....

	The first was a backup script which only collected the downloaded rpms from /var/cache/urpmi/rpms to a directory safe within /home/glenn/....I have many partitions, don't know
 why, Maybe just because
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How to save your rpm's for future reuse in Mandriva. p1 of 10

Posted 05-11-2010 at 11:58 PM by GlennsPref

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	How to save your rpm's for future reuse in Mandriva. By Glenn Waller 28th April 2010.

	Why did I decide to reuse the downloaded rpm's (Redhat Package Management)?
To save time, connectivity problems (Internet) Bandwidth and embarrassment after I broke the system. I have added my scripts with explanations to the end of this paper but they are customised for my system, so read and edit them before trying to use them. ;-)

	How I started reusing the saved rpm's.
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How to recover lost mp3's for free-p8 of 8. ref and acknowledgement

Posted 05-11-2010 at 11:25 PM by GlennsPref

ref. http://www.linux.com/archive/feed/56588
How to recover lost files after you accidentally wipe your hard drive
By Shawn Hermans on August 28, 2006 (8:00:00 AM)

ref. http://www.cgsecurity.org
PhotoRec 6.11, Data Recovery Utility, April 2009
Christophe GRENIER <grenier@cgsecurity.org>

ref. http://easytag.sourceforge.net/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EasyTag

Special thanks to Shawn Hermans, for without his...
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How to recover lost mp3's for free-p7 of 8.

Posted 05-11-2010 at 11:23 PM by GlennsPref

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Code:
#/usr/lib64/libxcb-res.so.0.0.0
The majority of the problem libraries were version labels, except one that I found had a replacement with a new name, so effectively these libs just needed renaming to allow the program EasyTag to work. I've left the required lines uncommented(#). You will need root access to change these files. I thought about linking the files rather than copying them with new names and decided that at the rate of development with Mandriva and GNU/Linux
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