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If you intend to distribute the software to other machines, you definitely need to package it. You don't specify which distribution you are using, so general guidance follows. Software in the GNU/Linux and *BSD worlds is usually distributed in packaged form and source code when its license allows it. Different distributions use different frontends or ...


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I've been using option exactarch=1 in /etc/yum.conf for some time, and it has worked for me. It still allows you to manually specify arch, but if you don't, it install only x86_64, not both. According to el6 manual, yum.conf(5): exactarch Either ‘1’ or ‘0’. Set to ‘1’ to make yum update only update the architectures of packages ...



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