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Can't install “libdvdcss” with yum anymore after update on “Fedora 20 Heisenburg”

I couldn't update my system today, because of dependency problems with libdvdcss, I removed libdvdcss and it's dependency libdvdcss2. Update was successfull after that but now I can't install ...
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How can I put some comment in yum installation list?

Lets say I made a List of installed packages by: rpm -qa > list I want to use this list to re-install those Packages on another System, For Example By: yum -y install $(cat list) But I need ...
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How can I tell whether a package is installed via yum in a bash script?

I am trying to write a script that installs packages, but if it fails at any point later in the script rolls back whatever it installed. Of course if the user has already previously installed a ...
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Update a Red Hat repo with no packages

I'm attempting to install a handful of packages on my RHEL 5.10 (Tikanga) server, however I'm prevented from doing this because of an installed repo with zero packages. When I do yum repolist, it ...
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Install multiple packages via different methods in one Yum command

Is it possible to group these three commands into one? yum install emacs yum groupinstall "Virtualization" yum localinstall /tmp/hello.rpm I'd like to install a number of packages using all three ...
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Error while loading shared libraries after installing a program

I was installing rfc5766-turn-server. But it fails to launch with an error: error while loading shared libraries: libevent_core-2.0.so.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory ...
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RedHat server packages are never found

I set up a virtual server Red Hat machine but every time I try to use the "yum" command to install new packages, the command works properly but it is never been able to find any package even the ...
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CentOS: Install packages listed in a text file?

I have an existing CentOS installation which I'd like to install extra packages to. The packages to be installed were supplied to me in a list, one package per line, which looks like: .... ...