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Can't make Koji Work on A Centos6 server

I setup the koji build environment in a Centos6 Machine server as suggested by the documentation (http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Koji/ServerHowTo). I could properly access the Koji Web using http. Yet ...
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Yum repo server as archive cache

Our software stack requires some specific versions of RPM packages. Unfortunately some of these packages become deprecated over time and get removed from their repos since their maintainers don't keep ...
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Bad RPM Signatures

I'm trying to set up a repo that contains both CentOS 6.4 and 5.9 packages. The machine itself is 6.4. I've created a GPG key and have been able to sign my 6.4 packages no problem. When I create them ...
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Is it good practice to just copy Perl modules via RPM?

A few applications on our RHEL6 servers depend on a few Perl modules being present. I would like to add these Perl modules as part of the Kickstart process when turning up new hosts. As opposed to ...
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Why aren't my packages being included from my custom yum repository?

We have a custom yum repository created using createrepo, which is hosted in an Amazon S3 bucket. We're using the yum-s3-iam plugin configured as explained in this blog post. to allow our ...
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Where should I get rpms for Red Hat Linux release 9 (Shrike) [closed]

I need a recent version of the C++ standard library (version 6). What is the best way to get this on our RedHat server? I noticed that up2date is not setup. Instead, is there a standard safe ...
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Can you help me with my software dependency issue?

This is a Canonical Question about Compile Dependencies and Package Management. I have a question regarding compiling ports/software or installing RPMs on my *nix server. When I try to do this ...
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Keep installed RPMs in sync

What is the best way to keep several CentoS/RH 5 servers keep the same set of RPM's? I.e., when I install or update an RPM on one of them using a common YUM repository, make the other servers ...
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Creating YUM/RPM repositories [closed]

I'd like to create a standard yum/rpm repository with package signing and whatever other best practices exist. What is the procedure to add RPM, sign it and update the repo xmls?
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What is the RPMRepository

In several CentOS tutorials, they advise enabling the RPMRepository. I have some questions about this repository. It seems like it's a RedHat repository that CentOS uses as well, since it's based on ...
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1answer
101 views

Repository Spec file

I have source of webfiles. I need to make a RPM for it. I have placed my source in SOURCES folder and use following spec file. But it is creating noarch rpm with 2MB size, but my source is greater ...
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Scientific linux: How to install yum using rpm?

On Scientific linux 6.0(RH like linux) I accidentally removed python, so yum removed as well.µ How to install yum with rpm? EDIT I try to install python but it is somehow looped the dependences: ...
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How To Clone part of a RPM repository?

I have mechanisms for cloning RPM repos from the 'net. But what I really want is a way to clone PART of a repo. So far I haven't found any such existing mechanism. Here's the requirements: We ...
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FUSE >= 2.8.4 RPM for CentOS

Is there a known source for CentOS RPMs that provides FUSE version 2.8.4 or later? The latest I can find is 2.7.4 from EPEL.
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Installing `diction` on CentOS 4

I have a need for diction to be installed on my server, which is running CentOS 4. I can find it no problems for Fedora and Ubuntu (apt-get 'just worked'), but am having no luck under CentOS. Which ...