I downloaded a DVD image of RHEL 8 and I want to use only the packages therein. That image already contains indexed BaseOS and AppStream repos, so I just have mount it and put a
local.repo file with
/etc/yum.repos.d/. Until that part, I know what to do.
Now, I want to delete any reference to other repos that might exist or might have existed in my machine. So I wiped
/etc/yum.repos.d/ off any other
.repo file and wiped the
/var/cache/dnf/. However, when I do a
$ yum info or
$ yum repolist, somehow, even without internet connection,
/etc/yum.repos.d/redhat.repo comes back from the dead and
/var/cache/dnf/ gets repopulated. And I get
curl errors because I don't have that machine connected to the internet.
yum to have to deal only with the repos I configured in
local.repo. How do I do that?
I'm coming from sudo yum repolist show repo not in /etc/yum.repo.d and Remove yum repo using yum so I already tried the
$ dnf config-manager --disablerepo,
--nopluggins and other stuff in those answers.