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CentOS - install using yum Apache 2.4

I need Apache 2.4 in CentOS because with Apache 2.2 mod_proxy_wstunnel is not possible. I have tried https://fedorahosted.org/SoftwareCollections/ but unfortunately its for RHEL after installing i ...
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How do I find the NetBSD release for CentOS 6.5?

I want to find the NetBSD rump package used for CentOS 6.5. The list is present here. I want to get the rump package for CentOS and after searching, I found this version of netbsd-rump used in ...
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Centralized package management for RPM based distro

We have about 6 servers under Linux CentOS. And I want to have possibility to view (best will be some web-interface, but console-only useful too) outdated packages, which can be updated and have all ...
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Identifying unused repositories in Yum

Is there a way to identify an unused repository in Centos/RHEL? I have quite a few repositories installed on a Centos machine and I'm not sure which ones are actually needed and which ones aren't. ...
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1answer
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CentOS 6 - No Updates

I've had a CentOS 6.3 VM set up for some time now, but I'm not seeing any updates when I run yum check-update, or yum list-security. There has to be something (especially with Apache/MySQL!). If I ...
2
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1answer
306 views

How to download a file from repo, and install it later w/o internet connection?

Assuming that I want to install a program called leafpad later. Currently the only way to install it is via: yum install leafpad -y but I want to save this and install it later without internet ...
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Installing Git Unit

I am trying to install git using my yum command Following is the error log Loaded plugins: product-id, refresh-packagekit, security, subscription-manager Updating certificate-based repositories. ...
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Reinstall package in CentOS

I am trying to install a perl package and getting the following dependencies error: [user@localhost Downloads]$ rpm -Uvh ImageMagick-6.8.4-9.i386.rpm error: Failed dependencies: libltdl.so.3 is ...
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Missing dependency during rpm install

When I install CodeAnalsyt, i get a failed dependency on libbfd-2.20.51 on Centos 6.3. Binutils is installed on my system and the failed dependency does exists at ...
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Updating PHP 5.3 to 5.4 in CentOS

I followed this tutorial to update PHP from 5.3 version to 5.4. My distro is CentOS 5.5. After running the following command: yum --enablerepo=remi,remi-test install httpd php php-common I get ...
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Download ALL rpms for a product

I have two CentOS machines, one 6.3 box (A), and another CentOS 6.1. (B) 6.3 box is with internet connection, 6.1 box is without internet connection. I want to download ALL dependencies of a product ...
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Is rpm the only file extension for repositories

I've noticed that repositories in CentOS have the .rpm extension. Are there other extensions? Is .rpm specific to the operating system? i.e. do other linux operating systems have other extensions? ...
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Installing Audacity - Package Problems

Have CentOS 6.2. I'm trying to install Audacity, and I'm getting package problems. The Audacity webpage says I need the wxWidgets library, which I think I've installed correctly (./configure, make, ...
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How can I tell if a package is safe to update on CentOS?

I have a simple two-node CentOS cluster based on DRBD, Corosync and KVM. When I try to update its packages via yum it lists something like Updating: clusterlib x86_64 ...
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Which are best repo for Cent OS 5.7? [closed]

Which are best repo for Cent OS 5.7? Should I install apt-get and use other deb packages on Cent OS? I mainly used Ubuntu which is really easy to update any packages.
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Yum Cannot Retrieve Repository CentOS 6

I just installed CentOS 6. I tried running yum update and was having trouble getting that to work, so I tried yum clean all and now my situation seems even worse than before. Based upon what I pasted ...
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Where can I find a list of all yum repositories?

Now that I know more about yum from my previous question Where is the best location for finding information on /yum? I need to start playing with some new repositories. Where can I find a list of ...
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plesk update fails

I have a dedicated server running CentOS 5.3. I'm trying to update Plesk 9.5.2 to version 10.0.0 but update fails. I do it with yum: yum update psa* --skip-broken -t but it fails and I get the ...
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How should I search for packages to install on CentOS 5.5?

Backstory: Recently, it was explained to me that to upgrade any package via terminal on a linux machine, I will need to use the distributions package management system to install or upgrade the ...
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Building from Source on CentOS 5 or newer

I've got a few applications of which I've got to build from source files in order to make it work on CentOS (the programs do not exist in the yum repos). I may be missing something, but unlike Debian ...
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1answer
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RHEL/CentOS: Installing a new version of Java, why not just change the path?

I am installing a new version of Java on a CentOS/RHEL Linux distro for a single developer to develop java. The way I want to install on this development system is to just put the new java version ...
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1answer
542 views

CentOS 5.5 Install Customization

I'm having a frustrating time with customizing my initial CentOS 5.5 installation. I want to have a specific set of the packages installed (e.g. I want Java and httpd but not OpenOffice or NewsServer) ...
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How do I upgrade OpenSSL?

According to these instructions: http://wiki.apache.org/httpd/NameBasedSSLVHostsWithSNI I need to use OpenSSL 0.9.8k or later (right now it's on 1.0.0c) to use name based virtual hosts in apache. ...
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For what purpose would perl* be excluded in yum.conf?

I am not an Unix/Linux admin. I was attempting to install git on our server, and after much googling and trial and error, I discovered that perl* is excluded in our yum.conf file, preventing perl-Git ...
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CentOS: List the installed RPMs by date of installation/update?

I'm on a CentOS 4 machine. I updated and installed some packages a few weeks back, but I don't remember the name of every package or the names of every dependency. I used yum. Can I list the packages ...