UWIN-SEAR ( 8U ) UWIN ADMINISTRATIVE COMMANDSUWIN-SEAR ( 8U )


NAME

uwin-sear - UWIN binary installation sear

SYNOPSIS

uwin-sear [ options ] [ name[=value] ... ]

DESCRIPTION

uwin-package.YYYY-MM-DD.win32.i386.exe is a UWIN binary installataion sear for package version YYYY-MM-DD. A sear is a self-extracting archive windows executable. See sear(1) for details on sear generation and execution. uwin- package sears are generated with --command="instsear install.sh" which means the ksh(1) script install.sh controls the installation. Only sear member files that have changed since the last installation are updated, so installing a sear over a previous installation may take much less time than the initial installation.

NOTE!!! uwin-base is a required UWIN package and must be installed first for the initial UWIN install and subsequent updates. See uwin-base(8U) for details on this special sear.

Option operands to the sear executable are ratz(1) options. Operands after any options are name[=value] passed to install.sh.

OPTIONS

--debug

Enable verbose trace to the installation log.
--defaults

Use values from the previous installation instead of prompting for them.
--remote

Remote installation: popup windows disabled and all output redirected to the log file. Use this when executing the sear via ssh(1).
--show

Show underlying actions but do not execute.

FILES

/var/log/install-package

install.sh script execution trace; not generated if sear execution fails.

SEE ALSO

uwin-base(8U)

IMPLEMENTATION

version

uwin-sear (AT&T Research) 2012-02-22
author

David Korn <dgkorn@gmail.com>
author

Glenn Fowler <glenn.s.fowler@gmail.com >
copyright

Copyright © 1996-2012 AT&T Intellectual Property
license

http://www.opensource.org/licenses/cpl1.0.txt