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I want to know how can I create my own Fedora repository and if the packages can be hosted in a Cloud service like Dropbox or Google Drive?.

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    There are many articles out there for hosting a yum repo on S3. – jordanm Nov 8 '18 at 16:43
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If your software is open source and doesn't have any legal encumbrances (e.g. patents) then you can build and host it using Fedora's COPR service, which provides build service and hosting for open source packages for Fedora and CentOS/RHEL.

This service is similar in concept to Ubuntu's PPA archives, but obviously works differently.

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