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comment Understanding redundant power supplies
VA is not quite watts.
May
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comment Download RPM packages for command which is already installed
Yes. But it's not trivial. No tool is designed to resolve dependencies given just a list of which packages are already installed.
May
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comment Download RPM packages for command which is already installed
"It's simple, but with caveats" is not the same as "it's simple".
May
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comment Download RPM packages for command which is already installed
You say "simple", but it's actually not as simple as you think. There is no tool that will resolve dependencies given just a list of which packages are already installed.
May
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comment Download RPM packages for command which is already installed
No, it doesn't resolve dependencies. But how far back would you like the tool to resolve the dependencies? glibc? filesystem?
May
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comment Measuring Program execution time
You mean like time?
May
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answered Download RPM packages for command which is already installed
May
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comment Benefits of Internal DNS entries
... How often do you change web servers?
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Jan
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comment /dev/* permission
So you stripped udev out of your system?
Jan
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comment /dev/* permission
Are you using udev?
Jan
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comment How to Upgrade PHP to 5.4.10 on CentOS 6.3
Unless you need to, generally you don't.
Jan
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answered Easiest way to replicate users between two (or more) servers?
Jan
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comment Easiest way to replicate users between two (or more) servers?
You can have it so that only accounts that don't exist locally are looked up via LDAP.
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comment Easiest way to replicate users between two (or more) servers?
LDAP is the easier way.
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comment rpmbuild on CentOS 6.3 64-bit - broken dependencies
You can, but you have no reason to do so. Remove the 32-bit binaries.