Description of problem:
On a system with the hardlink package installed, logic in the postinstall attempts to hardlink some files, but due to a typo, calls "tardlink". This results in
/var/tmp/rpm-tmp.FKBb1Y: line 9: tardlink: command not found
repeated 14840 times, which is ugly, at best.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. yum install hardlink
2. yum install kernel-rt
Zillions of errors
After discussion, the hardlink logic was deemed to not be useful and should be removed completely, which will certainly fix the typo.
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Due to a typographical mistake in the code, the kernel-rt installation attempts to call "tardlink" instead of "hardlink" and the installation returns multiple "tardlink: command not found" errors if the hardlink package is installed. However, the installation finishes successfully.
Fixed in current release