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yum-groups-manager [options] [packages]
yum-groups-manager is used to create or edit a group metadata file for
a yum repository. This is often much easier than writting/editing the
XML by hand. The yum-groups-manager can load an entire file of groups
metadata and either create a new group or edit an existing group and
then write all of the groups metadata back out.
Display a help message, and then quit.
Display a version message, and then quit.
The name to lookup/use for the group. If you specify an existing
group id, then the group with that id will have it's name
changed to this value.
--id The id to lookup/use for the group. If you don't specify an id,
but do specify a name that doesn't refer to an existing group,
then an id for the group is generated based on the name.
The description to use for the group.
Store the package names specified within the mandatory section
of the specified group, the default is to use the default sec-
tion. This overrides the optional argument.
Store the package names specified within the optional section of
the specified group, the default is to use the default section.
This option is overridden by the mandatory argument.
Also include the names of the direct dependencies for each pack-
Make the group not visible in yum grouplist.
Make the group visible in yum grouplist (this is the default).
Change the integer which controls the order groups are presented
in, for example in yum grouplist.
Also print the result to stdout, if saving or merging.
Instead of adding package, remove them. Note that the packages
are removed from all sections (default, mandatory and optional).
This is another name for the group within the locale given. The
syntax is lang:text. Eg. en:my-group-name-in-english
This is another description for the group within the locale
given. The syntax is lang:text. Eg. en:my-group-description-in-
The following options are meant to be the same as those with the same
name in yum.
-c CONFIG, --config=CONFIG
Create a new group metadata file, with a group called yum containing
all the packages that start with yum:
yum-groups-manager --name YUM --save groups.xml 'yum*'
After the above command, load the groups.xml data, work with the yum
group, make the group not user visible, and remove the yum-skip-broken
and yum-priorities packages from it:
yum-groups-manager -n YUM --merge groups.xml --remove yum-skip-
broken yum-priorities --not-user-visible
After the above commands, add a description and a translated name to
the yum group:
yum-groups-manager -n YUM --merge groups.xml --description
See the Authors file included with this program.
There are a couple of options you can't set, yet. Most notabley you cannot put
package names into the conditional section (where they are installed with
groupinstall only if another package is installed).
Other than that, there are no bugs, but should you find any, you should first
consult the FAQ section on http://yum.baseurl.org/wiki/Faq and if unsuccessful
in finding a resolution contact the mailing list: firstname.lastname@example.org.
To file a bug use http://bugzilla.redhat.com for Fedora/RHEL/Centos
related bugs and http://yum.baseurl.org/report for all other bugs.
23 August 2008 yum-groups-manager(1)