I found where I had been wrong.
I lost the bundles-* files when I downloaded the patch B. These files did
not exist in my local repository. It seems strange a little but I installed
patch B without any problems. All components were installed and script
rebuilt my boot image. I cannot imagine what is reason for install child
packages without parent package. And exchange, I am unable to select child
packages separately if parent package is in repository. I guess the reason
is only one: the ALL child packages are required. Then it is a bug: every
child package has a reference to the parent package, but the child package
(alone) is installed without any warning if parent package does not even
exist in repository.
So I installed patch B incorrect.
I got the error message “QNX 6.0 (patch C) cannot be installed, it requires
the installation of packages you have not selected or must be found in
another repository” when I had tried to install patch C. The message
confused me, because I was sure my patch B is OK. Yes, I’ve seen the
packages list in left window of package manager. And qnx_6.0B was marked as
missing… But this list was duplicated. Every package was in list twice. I
guess the word “issue” is in English for this situation. I ignored the
scruffy list and that more is knowen…
By the way, where can I read the known issues list?
And last. I was able to install patch C in my situation simple by delete
bundles-* files in my own repository. I agree it is not correct, but it is
a way…without any red brick.
Eduard Kromskoy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in article
I try to download patch C from QNX WWW repository because my qnx machine
without internet access. I look through the file
The lines 14-21 are:
I could not find the next files
There are only analogous files for patch B in repository.
My questions is:
Are these files not complete yet?
Or file bundles-qnx-6.0C-x86.qpm is incorrect?
Can anybody advise me how I can to install patch C? Yes, I have seen the
file rep.patchC.tar.gz but this file is too big for me >
Thanks in advance