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Your system isn't registered as is stated by the error message. The java-1.8.0-openjdk-devel comes from one of the Redhat Repos specified in the /etc/yum.repos.d/redhat-repo file. Those repos don't show up when running yum repolist for that very reason. You won't be able to install any packages from those repos with yum without the system being registered. ...


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Apparently the repository is arranged so that e.g. the 6/ directory points into 6.<latest>, as long as that major release is supported. For example, when 6.10 was the latest 6.x version, 6/ would be the same as 6.10/. When 6.11 was released, 6/ changed to point into 6.11/ instead. The 6/ is probably actually just a symbolic link that points to ...


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You should be able to leave the filenames in place, perhaps with a comment explaining why they are there, centos-release creates files that are missing, but doesn't update them (such that if you set enabled=0 in something like CentOS-Base.repo it should stay that way). Alternatively, you could change the repos directory. Packages like centos-release will ...


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Normal packages are built from stable versions or stable git tags of a repository. The program is compiled in user's machine and then installed. This will take time. Packages with -bin suffix are already built by upstream maintainer and is available somewhere. So, users do not have to compile the package in their machine. The PKGBUILD script downloads, ...


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-bin indicates that it will install a binary instead of compile locally. -git indicates that it will pull directly from git to get the most updated version (this implies that the version lacking -git is a bit more conservative and has been tested).


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Yes, you can create your custom centos.iso but what you need is to install centos with your custom kickstart configuration file. A Kickstart Installation is the way to automate and customize your centos installation and do whatever you like from the same initial centos.iso. You only need a webserver to server your ks files. To give you a very simple ...


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As the warning suggests, it seems apk expects that the @edge repository tag is present, but it indeed missing from your /etc/apk/repositories file. For adding the edge tag and repository, add the following line to your repositories file: @edge http://dl-cdn.alpinelinux.org/alpine/edge/main This enables the edge repository, and tags it with the @edge tag. ...


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