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This is an old question, but it is still one the first results in google search, so I'd like post the solution that got my problem solved. 1) create a new file /etc/yum.repos.d/city-fan.repo 2) Paste the following contents: [CityFan] name=City Fan Repo baseurl=http://www.city-fan.org/ftp/contrib/yum-repo/rhel5/x86_64/ enabled=1 ...


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You miss the optional repository: rhn-channel --add --channel=rhel-x86_64-server-optional-6 Once you added this channel, you will find the git-all and git-svn packages. [root@ls406135 ~]# yum install git-svn Loaded plugins: rhnplugin This system is receiving updates from RHN Classic or RHN Satellite. ... ...


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RHEL 6 was released in 2010 and one of the consequences of choosing an enterprise distribution with long term support cycles is you'll end up with seeming old versions of software, a trade-off for stability and better support for third-party software. (Note: an old version do not equate to insecure, read up on backporting of security updates.) Typically ...


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This is a more updated answer for AWS EC2 users as of April 2015: As of Amazon Linux AMI 2015.03, Python 2.7 or Python 3 is supported directly by Amazon by default. Python 2.6, 2.7, and 3.4 can be installed simultaneously and are managed by the alternatives command. All of this is documented clearly on the top half of: ...


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remove conflicted packages: yum remove rpm sssd-client and then install them back: yum install rpm sssd-client


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I think is better if you use the whole packet name in this case yum remove rpm-4.4.2.3-36.el5_11.i386 and yum remove sssd-client-1.5.1-70.el5.i386


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It seems there is a problem with the /usr/local/lib/python2.7/ssl.py file. Can you post an the md5sum of this file both from the failing machine and from a working one? Can you also check if the python version is the same?


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Use yum history list to see recent yum transactions. Use yum history info <ID> to view the details of a transaction. Use yum history undo last to revert the most recent transaction, or yum history undo <ID> to revert a specific transaction.



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