doug at polands.org
Thu Mar 20 19:24:12 UTC 2008
Ivan Voras wrote:
> On 20/03/2008, Doug Poland <doug at polands.org> wrote:
>> Peter Pentchev wrote:
>> > On Fri, Mar 14, 2008 at 12:02:42AM +0300, Dmitry Marakasov wrote:
>> >> * Ivan Voras (ivoras at freebsd.org) wrote:
>> >>> Is there a utility that would do that, and if not, does anyone have the
>> >>> time to write one?
>> Would this not be an appropriate use for packages? If one creates a
>> package for every installed port on the "host" system, then one simply
>> installs the package on the target system.
> Yes, that's exactly what I need (the same functionality as "pkg_create
> -b" + install on the other system), only without the actual package
> file being created. Pipes would also be acceptable (piping the output
> of pkg_create from one machine to the other, etc).
Too bad you cannot accept the package file. If pkg_create would accept
a - instead of specifying the output tarball, then one could do some foo
with nc, i.e.,
target# nc -l 1234 | tar -xf -
source# pkg_create -b mypackage - | nc target 1234
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