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comment Script for “battery level reminder”
@1_CR - the motivation probably comes from an article such as this one
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comment How To Locate Dependencies Needed by RPM Packages
of course it is possible. google search for creating a yum mirror; it's pretty easy to set up...
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comment How To Locate Dependencies Needed by RPM Packages
That's what a mirror is.
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comment How To Locate Dependencies Needed by RPM Packages
rpm can only find the capabilities (i.e., shared libraries, perl modules, etc.) that a package provides or requires. You need an extra layer on top of rpm (e.g., yum) to match a package's dependenciess to other packages' provides. If you don't have a local copy of every package you could possibly want to install, you're not going to be able to do this without some kind of external resource.
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comment How To Locate Dependencies Needed by RPM Packages
This is a perfect use case for a Satellite server or, if you can't afford Satellite, a local repository mirror.
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comment Installing Restund on AWS EC2 Ubuntu
This would likely be a better question for the restund support community (e.g. mailing lists) than for U&L.
Dec
12
awarded  Tumbleweed
Dec
10
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Dec
8
comment RT3070 driver will not compile
Support for this USB wireless dongle should be baked in to kernel versions > 3.4 on Arch Linux. See this thread. What kernel version are you running? (uname -a)
Dec
8
revised RT3070 driver will not compile
fixed code formatting
Dec
8
suggested approved edit on RT3070 driver will not compile
Dec
8
comment preventing the screen from being cleared when exiting an ssh session
You can also alias clear="" in ~/.zlogout, though I think your solution is much cleaner.
Dec
8
accepted preventing the screen from being cleared when exiting an ssh session
Dec
8
comment udev rule for usb attach/detach not triggering
This is not the problem. I stated that the rule should be run on attach/detach of USB devices, not at startup.
Dec
8
accepted Detecting monitors on machine over local ssh connection
Dec
8
comment Detect attached monitors when X is not running
Apologies for taking a year and a half to answer, but yes, it is acceptable to use X tools/utilities even if the X server is not running.
Dec
8
accepted tcp/ip - trigger action or event after period of no network activity on certain port(s)
Dec
8
answered Is it possible to attach `kinit` to the first attempt to `ssh` without a Kerberos ticket?
Dec
8
accepted opengl/glx core dumps - generic intel linux drivers, RHEL6
Dec
5
comment Force ping to write before interrupt
It's not ping, but perl that is not writing to std out. I believe perl waits until the incoming pipe is closed before running the command and writing the output.