A repository refers to a data structure, usually stored remotely on a server, that contains files and directories as well as a corresponding historical record of the changes that were applied to the data structure of the repository.

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Download all dependencies with yumdownloader, even if already installed?

Is there a way to download all dependencies with yumdownloader, even if they are already installed? I'm trying to create a local repo and only want to include the packages we need.
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How to add repository from shell in Debian?

In Ubuntu one can add a repository to apt-get via the following command - sudo add-apt-repository ppa:yannubuntu/boot-repair As Ubuntu is based on Debian code base, I was expecting that the same ...
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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 this, but unfortunately its for RHEL. After installing, I can't execute the Apache 2.4. Can anyone ...
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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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Why is there a separate package repository for Debian security updates?

Why don't they upload packages to the normal package repository? Is this a general convention (IE, do other distros separate the repositories also)?
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archive.ubuntu.com missing raring-updates

My Linux Mint 15 install on VirtualBox was working great up until about two days ago, when the updater started throwing a ton of errors and refuses to progress with any apt-get update, apt-get ...
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The difference between deb versus deb-src in sources.list

I don't understand the difference between these two lines in my sources.list, please explain: deb http://mirror.optus.net/debian/ testing main contrib non-free versus deb-src ...
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How to create Local Repositories in RHEL

I need to create a local repository in RHEl 5.5. i386 Because when I type some command in terminal it say that RHEL is not subscribed with RHN which is true. I took it from friend. So can someone ...
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Centos 6.6 can't install couchdb from EPEL repository

the issue is about unavailability of couchdb package in EPEL. Has somebody faces the same issue? yum repolist gets Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, priorities Loading mirror speeds from cached ...
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Is there way to stop random software packages from remotely transferring your files?

I am running a bitcoin client on my archlinux computer. If somebody can get ahold of the wallet.dat file, located in the ~/.bitcoin/ directory they can steal my coins. I have minimal software ...
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GNU Radio prerequisite libraries on armhf

After several attempts, I have managed to compile GNURadio on the Raspberry Pi. However, I am just not able to meet the prerequisites for the gnuradio build script on the Pandaboard (Linaro 12.04) or ...
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reduce bandwidth consumption from downloading yum updates

I have several machines (7) running fedora and would like to reduce the amount of external bandwidth I am consuming. I see that there were several attempts to setup mirrors, but those projects seem ...
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Why does yumdownloader download i686 files if my pc is x86_64 and also installs them?

I simply found out what packages were in the group: Desktop Platform via yum groupinfo "Desktop Platform" Then I downloaded them all one by one via: yumdownloader --resolve ...
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Setting up a repository server

Is it possible to set up a server to mirror a distro's repository, but only download/store requested upgrades or new packages rather than download them all? So all computers on the LAN can connect to ...
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What are possible issues with installing a package from the developer instead of the distro-repositories

It might sound like a trivial question to some but even though I have been using Linux for quite a few years I haven't really figured out this question. Little background info; I recently upgraded my ...
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Security hurdles to enabling sources in repo

When I run sudo apt-get update I have the following output: Hit http://mirror.transact.net.au stable Release.gpg Ign http://mirror.transact.net.au/debian/ stable/contrib Translation-en Ign ...
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Problem installing MongoDB using apt-get?

I am following "tutorialforlinux.com/2014/12/13/how-to-install-mongodb-for-linux-debian-9-sid-32-64bit-step-by-step-easy-guide/" tutorial to install MongoDB in kali linux 2.0. MongoDb version I ...
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How to get 60 day SLES activation code. SOLUTION: you can get it just from SLES 12 to 11sp4

How to get activate code by Novell Customer Center? Trying to get a subscription to update from the official SLES repository. I can't understand: how could I get the activation code by email? ...
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How to erase duplicate repository?

I'm having this problem a few times now when execute sudo apt-get install something... this is the part of the output which tells me there is a problem.. W: Duplicate sources.list entry ...
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Is there a quick way to download a directory in a repo?

I'm actually working from a windows machine, attempting to retrieve centOS 5.4 from their vault. I don't have unpacking software, so I don't want to use the iso's. I was wondering if there's an easy ...
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Repo source for firmware-linux-nonfree?

Which repository source do I need to add to my sources.list to access the package firmware-linux-nonfree? I am using Deb 6 testing 32 bit.