koji-install: CLI tool for installing rpms directly from Fedora Koji

[ bsd3, deprecated, program, utility ] [ Propose Tags ]
Deprecated in favor of koji-tool

koji-install can install a koji build/task of a package locally. Koji is the RPM-based buildsystem of Fedora Linux and CentOS.

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Versions [RSS] 0.2.0, 0.3, 0.4, 0.5
Change log ChangeLog.md
Dependencies base (<5), directory, extra, filepath, Glob, http-common (<, http-directory (>=0.1.9), koji (>=0.0.2), rpm-nvr (>=0.1.1), simple-cmd, simple-cmd-args, xdg-userdirs [details]
License BSD-3-Clause
Copyright 2021 Jens Petersen <juhpetersen@gmail.com>
Author Jens Petersen <juhpetersen@gmail.com>
Maintainer Jens Petersen <juhpetersen@gmail.com>
Category Utility
Home page https://github.com/juhp/koji-install
Bug tracker https://github.com/juhp/koji-install/issues
Source repo head: git clone https://github.com/juhp/koji-install.git
Uploaded by JensPetersen at 2021-12-28T08:52:39Z
Executables koji-install
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Readme for koji-install-0.5

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A CLI tool to download and install rpms from a Koji build or task.

Koji is a RPM package buildsystem used by Fedora, CentOS, and some other projects.

By default it only downloads binaries of already-installed subpackages, but there are options to list and select or exclude specific subpackages.

Note koji-install is intended for development and testing purposes and should not be necessary/used normally on production systems, but it can be very helpful for quickly testing an specific package build or update.


By default it uses Fedora Koji.

$ koji-install podman

will download the latest build for your Fedora version, and try to install it. Use --disttag suffix to select a different Fedora version.

$ koji-install TASKID --exclude "*-devel"

will install all the non-devel subpackages from the task.

One can use --hub to specify a different Koji hub build service.

Selecting subpackages

By default only installed subpackages are downloaded and updated, but the following options change the behavior:

--package: select subpackages by name or glob pattern (this doesn't work currently on multiple builds/tasks)

--exclude: exclude subpackages by name or glob pattern

--all: install all subpackages

--ask: ask about each subpackage


$ koji-install --help
Download and install latest package build from Koji tag.

Usage: koji-install [--version] [-n|--dry-run] [-D|--debug] [-H|--hub HUB]
                    [-P|--packages-url URL] [-l|--list]
                    [(-a|--all) | (-A|--ask) | [-p|--package SUBPKG]
                      [-x|--exclude SUBPKG]] [-d|--disttag DISTTAG]
                    [(-R|--nvr) | (-V|--nv)] PKG|NVR|TASKID...
  HUB = fedora, stream, rpmfusion, or URL

Available options:
  -h,--help                Show this help text
  --version                Show version
  -n,--dry-run             Don't actually download anything
  -D,--debug               More detailed output
  -H,--hub HUB             KojiHub shortname or url [default: fedora]
  -P,--packages-url URL    KojiFiles packages url [default: Fedora]
  -l,--list                List builds
  -a,--all                 all subpackages
  -A,--ask                 ask for each subpackge [default if not installed]
  -p,--package SUBPKG      Subpackage (glob) to install
  -x,--exclude SUBPKG      Subpackage (glob) not to install
  -d,--disttag DISTTAG     Use a different disttag [default: .fc35]
  -R,--nvr                 Give an N-V-R instead of package name
  -V,--nv                  Give an N-V instead of package name


Builds for fedora are available in copr.


cabal-rpm builddep && cabal install or stack install.