UPDATE command made generic. #618

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@BhattiMarry
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Update command was hard-coded for debian or ubuntu based systems which was 'apt-get'. Setting an update variable accordingly solves this problem.

@BhattiMarry BhattiMarry UPDATE command made generic.
Update command was hard-coded for debian or ubuntu based systems which was 'apt-get'. Setting an update variable accordingly solves this problem.
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@khayamgondal
khayamgondal commented Apr 19, 2016 edited

Seems good idea. Should be merged to master.

@lantz
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lantz commented Apr 22, 2016

This code is mostly obsolete - why do you think this is necessary since we only supplied kernels for debian anyway?

@BhattiMarry
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I was installing it on RHEL 7.2 and i am using it well. Nothing to do with the kernal types or versions. Simply directed the correct installation path among different distributions which this installation supports.

@lantz
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lantz commented Jan 6, 2017 edited

I propose removing the kernel routine from install.sh as it is obsolete? I think that should fix the problem that you're seeing.

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lantz commented Jan 11, 2017

I'll merge this for now but probably we should remove the kernel routine from install.sh.

@lantz lantz merged commit 2e9a79a into mininet:master Jan 11, 2017
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