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Operating Systems HP-UX installshield.... Post 302140419 by zedex on Friday 12th of October 2007 09:16:33 AM
Old 10-12-2007

hi all
is it possible to automate installaion process of any software on unix?
for eg. we have our front end on windows and we have installshield package
that installs everything creating folder structure to creating database.
now we are planning to automate our backend installation like creating users,groups,copying folder structure ,compiling code etc this will be done with help of installsheild s/w ( its mentioned on installshield site that its possible ) i am not getting how this will this process will work ?
RCVSTORE(1)                                                          [nmh-1.5]                                                         RCVSTORE(1)

rcvstore - asynchronously incorporate mail into a folder SYNOPSIS
/usr/lib/mh/rcvstore [+folder] [-create | -nocreate] [-unseen | -nounseen] [-zero | -nozero] [-sequence name ...] [-public | -nopublic] [-version] [-help] DESCRIPTION
Rcvstore incorporates a message from the standard input into an nmh folder. This command is typically used in conjunction with mail fil- tering programs such as slocal and procmail, to filter your mail into different folders. You may specify which folder to use with +folder. If no folder is specified, rcvstore will use the folder given by a non-empty "Inbox:" entry in the user's profile, else it will use the folder named "inbox". If the switch -create is given (it is the default) and if the specified (or default) folder does not exist, then it will be created. You may disable this with the -nocreate option. In this case rcvstore will exit if the specified folder does not exist. When the new message is incorporated into the folder, it is assigned the next highest number for that folder. Rcvstore will incorporate anything except zero length messages into the user's nmh folder. It will not change the message in any way. If the user's profile contains a "Msg-Protect: nnn" entry, it will be used as the protection on the newly created message, otherwise the nmh default of 0644 will be used. For all subsequent operations on this message, this initially assigned protection will be preserved. If the switch -unseen is given (it is on by default), and if the profile entry "Unseen-Sequence" is present and non-empty, then rcvstore will add the newly incorporated message to each sequence named by this profile entry. You may use the switch -nounseen to disable this. These sequences will not be zero'ed by rcvstore prior to adding the new message. Furthermore, the incoming message may be added to additional sequences as they arrive by the use of the -sequence switch. As with the com- mands pick and mark, you may also use the switches -zero and -nozero to specify whether to zero old sequences or not. Similarly, use of the -public and -nopublic switches may be used to force these sequences to be public or private sequences. FILES
$HOME/.mh_profile The user profile PROFILE COMPONENTS
Path: To determine the user's nmh directory Folder-Protect: To set mode when creating a new folder Inbox: To find the default inbox Msg-Protect: To set mode when creating a new message Unseen-Sequence: To name sequences denoting unseen messages SEE ALSO
rcvdist(1), rcvpack(1), rcvtty(1), mh-sequence(5) DEFAULTS
`+folder' defaults to "Inbox" profile entry `-create' `-unseen' `-nozero' CONTEXT
No context changes will be attempted, with the exception of sequence manipulation. BUGS
If you use the "Unseen-Sequence" profile entry, rcvstore could try to update the context while another nmh process is also trying to do so. This can cause the context to become corrupted. To avoid this, do not use rcvstore if you use the "Unseen-Sequence" profile entry. MH.6.8 11 June 2012 RCVSTORE(1)

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