Re: how to separate packages in downloads folder into those that run on target and those that do not run on target?

Wolfgang Denk <wd@...>

Dear Gangadhar,

In message <CAKxnL=hSs5NNCQY9ZTZi0XWXGJOOn0i_0f-X7k7JksCZZrGo9w@...> you wrote:

I want to separate the packages in downloads folder. I want to separate the
packages into those that run on target and those that do not run on the
target. The idea is to feed the packages that go into target to fossology

Do you think such a separation is possible at all? Depending on your
target configuration, packages might go into both - for example, if
you build SDK / toolchain images, then gcc and related tools will be
both in the cross tools and in the target file system.

And why do you need to split the downloads folder for that? You have
the list of packages that get installed into your target file system -
is this not sufficient?

Best regards,

Wolfgang Denk

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