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I'm not sure if you found a good solution for this but I ended up writing a quick little Go program. It acts as a caching proxy and keeps around RPMs, but proxies upstream to database files so it's always correct. It's configured for CentOS, Fedora EPEL, and Arch Linux for now. You can see it at https://github.com/yobert/remirror
I know you're trying to use dnf for this but if yum is an option you could always do: yum list installed |grep @REPO
When you build an RPM you are effectively running "untrusted code". The problem is that a badly written application might try to write content into system directories (e.g. /bin or /usr/bin) during the compile/build process. This could just be due to buggy code or a mistake in the options passed. If you are running as a non-root user then this will fail ...
Requires: java Should do almost what you need. At least on RHEL/CentOS all Java packages habe a Provides: java and that will be pulled in with the above Requires. However you will get the latest Java if none is installed, not the default one. If one is already installed the dependency is already fulfilled and nothing happens.
if you have downloaded the package to your local system then run the below yum localinstall default-jre.rpm reference link
I understood the Nouveau should be disabled manually before of installing another video driver. So I did it and I've got trouble to use the GT520's under Fedora 24. My results: the repository's one has a problem with the secondary video; the downloaded driver has a problem of shutting the desktop later. The Nouveau came back then. It is flawless. Even ...
There is a migration guide in the CentOs wiki https://wiki.centos.org/HowTos/MigrationGuide it has a section on Migrate an existing system from RHEL6 or SL6 to CentOS 6 I hope this helps
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