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I am so sorry, I just woke up. I was piping the output through grep and had my redirection on the wrong side of the pipe! I was redirecting the stderr of grep not yum! Mods, feel free to delete this, or leave it up if it has any value.


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Another option, you can download rpm file then instruct yum to do a localinstall: yum localinstall /path/to/package.rpm


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To see what particular versions are available to you via yum you can use the --showduplicates switch. $ yum --showduplicates list httpd | expand Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, langpacks, refresh-packagekit Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile * fedora: mirror.steadfast.net * rpmfusion-free: csc.mcs.sdsmt.edu * rpmfusion-free-updates: ...


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CentALT BEWARE: CentALT has returned after three (3) months of death, BUT. admittedly, CentALT has had some of the fastest RHEL-type rpm issuances in the past. unfortunately, since no news or reasoning for CentALT's temporary demise exists and due to CentALT's russian location there certainly is a high potential for russian governmental intrusion. thus, i am ...


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php-5.3.3-23 is available on RPM Bone for RHEL6.4: x86_64 x32 It's not the exact version you are after, but may fit the bill. If there are no dependency issues, then it should install.


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Try removing ntfs-3g-2:2011.4.12-5.el6.x86_64 package by: yum remove ntfs-3g See which packages depends on this package. If there is only one package appeared in list of removing package by yum, you can confidently remove this package. (Note: Don't press 'Y' for removing packages if you don't know which are they.) After this go for yum update.


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Tidy up the yum cache directory: # yum clean all Then, try downgrading the package with: # yum downgrade fuse-ntfs-3g From the man page: downgrade Will try and downgrade a package from the version currently installed to the previously highest version (or the specified version). The depsolver will not necessarily work, ...


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It is possible that your ca-certificates are in need of an update or corrupt. Try: # yum update ca-certificates If that doesn't offer to update the package, then reinstall: # yum reinstall ca-certificates If that fails, it could be that the server you are connected to has updated it's certificates (maybe from a new vendor) and that the certificate ...


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This problem seems to come using secure https. Go in /etc/yum.repository.d and replace all https with http in different .repo files.


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Install create repo # cd /media/(dvd-label) # cd /Packages # rpm -ivh createrepo*.rpm Copy all contents from dvd or just the packges If whole dvd is copied, no need to run createrepo. Because repository is inbuilt in dvd. (To check, see if there is a repodata directory) If package dir is only copied, run # createrepo <dir where the packages are ...


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Try installing rpm provided by CentOS/Scientific Linux. You can also search on rpm.pbone.net site. This package may be compatible for your system. Also check availability and install all other Required packages.


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You can install the wireshark-gnome package from the installation DVD or go to the official wireshark website and download the rpm package. other resolutions are register with RHN or add a EPEL repository to yum and the try.


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you need to install new online YUM repositories for CentOS 7


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In your case the main problem is that you're using Fedora 16 which is no longer supported. That means you can't install new software as the main mirrors have been purged of Fedora 16 packages. Check the Fedora Release Schedule. You should have upgraded years ago. Fedora is evolving quite rapidly and by design releases have short life cycles and are not ...


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try yum update atomic-release if that did not work try wget -q -O - https://www.atomicorp.com/installers/atomic | sh


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You can do the following: Open /etc/yum.repos.d/CentOS-Base.repo in an editor Comment out the "mirrorlist" entries. Uncomment the "baseurl" entries and change them to http://vault.centos.org/4.9/os/$basearch Or better, stop using unsupported OSes.


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ss is not in a package called ss. If you run: yum provides */ss you will be shown a list of packages that provide the ss utility. A quick read through this will show that the package that provides ss is iproute. You could possibly use a website such as http://rpmfind.net/linux/RPM/index.html to search for later versions of iptroute and install that. ...


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ss is provided by package iproute from the official RHEL rpm's repository. The latest version Red Hat provides is currently 2.6.32, which is the one you are using. You can find the latest sources at git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/shemminger/iproute2.git . More info is available here. You probably have to compile it yourself.


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In my experience when dealing with switching from one repo to another for a given package, it's almost always easier to back the current repo's installation of that package out and then do a install of the package using the new repo. It usually leads to all sorts of problems which are way more work then to just deal with the uninstall/re-install step. ...


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If the following fails: yum check-update but: yum --disablerepo="epel" check-update works, then run: URLGRABBER_DEBUG=1 yum check-update 2> debug.log and check debug.log for: PYCURL ERROR 77 - "Problem with the SSL CA cert (path? access rights?)" If this message is found, then try: yum --disablerepo="epel" reinstall ca-certificates If that ...


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Assume that you have # at beginning of comment lines, so you can do: yum -y install $(awk '!/^#/' list) !/^#/ cause awk to ignore any lines that start with #, print the rest.


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It is clearly telling that 403 error that means it maybe a network fault of you that your centos server is not getting Internet Connection or CentOS Repos are down.



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