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If you don't have any need for compat-libevent14 or for the version of libevent provided in the PostgreSQL repo, you can add exclude directives to the PostgreSQL repo file. In /etc/yum.repos.d/pgdg-93-centos.repo you can edit the [pgdg93] section and add the following line: exclude=*libevent* Make sure you add it to the correct section in the repo file. ...
install and configure mrepo by Dag Wieers. Works like a charm. It is not like apt-cache of apt-cache-ng, but no such thing exists in yum land that I know of.
There are several methods to achieve this. The simplest option would be to create a caching proxy server such as squid, which clients could be configured to use to connect via. Once a client downloads one package, the rest of the clients would collect the package from the squid cache, rather than downloading direct from the repository. The YUM website ...
You can use search form in http://packages.ubuntu.com/ There, you can chose ubuntu flavor (before), see and link deps and chose architecture (after), and see mirror direct links (end). At the first step, you can search even inside packets. Such as: what packet containts iostat binary? Really usefull.
http://packages.ubuntu.com/precise/php5-imagick Which has the architecture list, click on the desired architecture for the package download, which will send you to the list of mirrors with direct links to the file from those mirrors. http://packages.ubuntu.com/precise/amd64/php5-imagick/download
Well without administrative privileges you're very limited on what you are able to do. If you are not allowed to elevate yourself or ask for privileges, the best way I found to go about that would be to create another environment, make a requirements.txt file, download all the packages you need to your machine( django ) that would also be located in your ...
I had this same problem. I deleted the virtual environment and created a new one, which solved the problem. Probably not the answer you were hoping for, but since it's the only one...
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