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Centos: Clamd and Razor-agents dependency failure on yum update when EPEL is enabled

I want to install Gitlab 6 to my CentOS 6.4 x64 server. I'm following the tutorial and enable EPEL with this command: rpm -Uvh ...
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monit not able to monitor mysql with sock

Just in case if you are using Monit version 5.1.1 and try to monitor mysql with sock it will always fail with "Connection failed" my monit configuration file is: check process mysql with pidfile ...
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Updating epel repo to 6 - epel-release-6-x.noarch conflicts with file from package epel-release-5-x.noarch

I am following an epel repo upgrade guide from Centos 5 to Centos 6 here (http://www.thegeekstuff.com/2012/06/enable-epel-repository/ and ...
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1answer
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phpmyadmin vs EPEL

I am running Centos 6.0 (Final) , the i386 version. I am trying my hardest to get a decent LAMP Server running, with phpMyAdmin. I can get everything installed just fine, MySQL, Apache2 (httpd), PHP ...
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1answer
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Broken dependencies on CentOS 6.4: can install nodejs but not npm

I'm using a fresh installed CentOS 6.4 (x86-64) with the EPEL repository. $ yum install nodejs ... $ node -v v0.10.5 So far, so good, but when I try to install npm, I'll get this error message: $ ...
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Installing from EPEL on Amazon EC2

I am trying to install fail2ban on our Amazon EC2 Linux AMI (CentOS). I know that fail2ban is in the EPEL so I have done the following: wget ...
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1answer
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centos: using epel repository on a server machine

Are there any downsides in enabling epel repository on a server machine or is it something every sysadmin does?
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Selinux blocks wordpress in CentOS 6.3

I installed wordpress 3.5 to CentOS 6.3 using command: yum install wordpress and started httpd. Now I can see the following error in apache log: PHP Fatal error: require_once(): Failed opening ...
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2answers
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Verification of downloaded package with rpm

I wanted to install a package on CentOS 6 via rpm (e.g., the current epel-release). EDIT: Of course I would always prefer the installation via yum but somehow I failed to get that specific package ...
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When should one use EPEL 5 or EPEL 6?

I am not familiar with repos, and I don't get why there are several versions of EPEL (this is a bit philosophical I know, but I am afraid I am missing something in all that). Should I just look ...
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2answers
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Installing lighttpd on CentOS 6.3 yum 404 errors

I have a CentOS 6.3 x86_64 server and I am trying to install lighttpd. I have installed the EPEL repo on the server using the following: rpm -Uvh ...
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2answers
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CentOS EPEL install, bitness-independent command

I'm writing a small 'install script' and it requires EPEL on CentOS. The command (repo url) differs according to OS bitness, how do I unify this into one command? References: How to install EPEL I ...
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install php-mcrypt on Centos 6

I'm trying to install php-mcrypt on my Centos 6.0, 64 bit, php 5.3.3. I'm using epel repo rpm -Uvh http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/epel/6/x86_64/epel-release-6-5.noarch.rpm, the last one. But ...
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EPEL & RPM Fusion for Servers?

Has anyone found EPEL & RPM Fusion to be stable enough for production servers? Currently running CentOS