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ATrpms for Fedora 7



ATrpms is officially launching Fedora 7 support for i386, x86_64 and
ppc.

        http://ATrpms.net/dist/f7/

o The packages will be available at `date -d "Thu May 31 14:00 UTC"',
  which is Fedora's release. I usually wait for the official release
  announcement of Fedora to announce ATrpms' support, but due to
  LinuxTag activities I'll be afk for about 24h.

o The actual download location is http://dl.atrpms.net/. Mirrors are
  listed at http://atrpms.net/mirrors/

o "stable", "testing" and "bleeding", the three subrepos per
  distribution are not cumulative inclusive on the server
  side.
  E.g. you need to add "stable" for "testing", and both "stable"
  and "testing" for "bleeding".

ATrpms is a 3rd party general purpose package repository. It currently
supports

o F7/i386, F7/x86_64, F7/ppc, FC6/i386, FC6/x86_64, FC6/ppc, FC5/i386,
  FC5/x86_64, FC5/ppc
o RHEL5/i386, RHEL5/x86_64, RHEL4/i386, RHEL4/x86_64, RHEL3/i386,
  RHEL3/x86_64

ATrpms support for RH7.3, RH8.0, RH9 and FC1-FC4 was EOL'd with the
last year's passing. FC5 support will be EOL'd once the Fedora Project
drops support for it (e.g. in approximately one month).

Configuration for package resolvers (replace i386 with x86_64 or ppc
as needed)

o yum
[atrpms]
name=Fedora 7 - i386 - ATrpms
baseurl=http://dl.atrpms.net/f7-i386/atrpms/stable

o smart
[atrpms]
name=Fedora 7 - i386 - ATrpms
baseurl=http://dl.atrpms.net/f7-i386/atrpms/stable
type=rpm-md

o apt
repomd http://dl.atrpms.net f7-i386/atrpms/stable

you can provide feedback or request support on the ATrpms lists
(http://lists.atrpms.net/), or the common bug tracker
(http://bugzilla.atrpms.net/).

Enjoy!
-- 
Axel.Thimm at ATrpms.net

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