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The package name is php-intl, not php5-intl.


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DotDeb provides packages for PHP 5.5 and 5.6 on Debian Wheezy.


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It might not be the most pretty - but this was our solution: yum install libyaml yum --disablerepo=epel install php-pecl-yaml We needed epel to get libyaml but we did not want epel with php-pecl-yaml This allowed us to continue to use php-extension instead of php55-php-extension


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You need to create the metadata. In the dir with the RPMS for example run createrepo .


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It's been a while since this question was asked, but it looks like EPEL is now preferred to RPMForge, at least by the CentOS community. You can see here that EPEL is listed under "Community Approved Repositories": Available Repositories for CentOS - Community Approved Repositories While RPMForge is listed under "Known Problem Repositories": ...


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The following seemed to do the trick: reprepro -b /var/packages/myRepository --list-format '${version}' list myCodename thePackage With sudo as appropriate.



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