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I've hit the same issue, but found a working solution: reposync -c option is looking for a yum.conf, not a repository definition, so by feeding it a full yum configuration with repodir set to nothing it only pulls the required urls: [main] reposdir= [vmwaretools-rhel6-i386] name=VMware Tools 6 x32 ...


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You should edit the .repo corresponding to A in /etc/yum.repos.d/ (probably C.repo), and add this line : includepkgs=C.* And add this in B.repo : exclude=C.* It should do the trick.


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tried it in fedora also...Same problem Simple: there is no problem on your machine. You're trying to fix a problem which does not exist, at least not where you're trying to fix it. As you know, when using a proxy, you change your network transaction from... YOU <===> INTERNET <===> TARGET ... to... YOU <===> INTERNET ...


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You need to install FTP. To install ftp , run the below command. # yum -y install ftp For more please click here.


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Why are you trying to add an OpenSuSE repo? zypper and yum aren't compatible. If you're trying to get the stress application installed it's in EPEL so you'll have to add the EPEL repo even if you're on CentOS.


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Sounds like something went a little wrong in Fedup. Since every system which has been running for a while and has had some packages added and removed is effectively unique, this, unfortunately, happens sometimes. From your comments, you have some duplicate packages and other issues; to fix this, make sure you have the yum-utils package installed, and run ...


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You need to add some repositories. From looking at the OpenSUSE listing for stress, I think you can get it from the server:monitoring repository. With SUSE 11, I think this command should add the repository. cd /tmp wget "http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/server:/monitoring/SLE_11_SP3/server:monitoring.repo" zypper addrepo "server:monitoring.repo" ...


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You can generate a Packages file for the current directory fairly easily: dpkg-scanpackages . | tee Packages | gzip -9 > Packages.gz That will generate relative paths to the package files (which can be in subdirectories). All you have to do is point people at the top level directory with something like this in their sources.list: deb ...


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Besides of the official repositories of the distributions, an user can add a repository for software outside of the regular packages of the distribution. Instead of installing a .deb (debian/Ubuntu), the user simply add a Personal Package Archive (PPA), and he could install, remove, update the packages using apt-get. For Debian/Ubuntu you can open an ...


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You can try: yum -y install net-snmp net-snmp-utils net-snmp-libs


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You can remove KDE by runnung yum groupremove "KDE (K Desktop Environment)" or yum groupremove "KDE desktop" or yum remove kde*


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The answer is that group definitions come from repositories. The simple reason why adding all repositories did not work is simply that the repository URL was incorrect on the non-working slave. I presume then there is no way of 'finding' the definitions on the system nor installing new definitions, that the groups only come as a result of scraping the ...


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The highlighting (and colorization) indicates that the 2nd kernel-core package is "newer" than the first and will replace on upgrade.


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The main point to understand about GPG checking for packages is that the GPG signature is embedded within the package, and the GPG keys are stored in the rpmdb. There is no secure API to ask "What key is package X signed with" you can only ask "Is package X signed with a key in the rpmdb" and "Does key Y exist in the rpmdb". Also note that this means that a ...


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Use rpm rpm -ivh package.rpm If you want to install it on different place use: rpm -ivh -r /new/path package.rpm but be aware under new root will be recreated the directory structure from package


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Search for other repository which includes xinerama. Download and Install that repository with rpm new. The repo will be created in /etc/yum.repos.d and run yum install xinerama



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