Installing a program

We are finally ready to install our foo package. Make sure that ../allowed is an installation directory and that ../allowed/file2 is a shared file. Then run

  $ sudo urpkg --install cp -v foo1 file2 ../allowed/.

The command should terminate without error. The package foo has now been installed and is part of the system. To list all installed packages, do

  $ urpkg --list

Notice that a date string has been happened to foo. In fact, the package name was guessed from the current directory. Had the directory been named foo-1.1, the package name would have been foo-1.1 , as a version string already existed. If you don't want the name to be guessed, you can use --pkg-name to give any name you want.