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Re: yam: how are ISO's used?



On Sun, 19 Dec 2004 12:27:14 +0000, Timothy Murphy
<tim birdsnest maths tcd ie> wrote:
> I'm using yam - for which many thanks -
> to download Fedora-3 updates on my desktop
> by a nightly cron job.
> I then run "yum update" on each of the machines
> on my little home LAN.
> This works perfectly.
> 
> But I notice that yam has "mount -o loop" my Fedora-3 ISO's,
> ==============================================
> [tim alfred disc1]$ ls /var/www/yam/fc3-i386/
> disc1  disc2  disc3  disc4  iso
> ==============================================
> and I'm wondering if I should be using these
> as the core repository on the various machines?
> If so, should I just list the 4 directories in fedora.repo?
> 
> Any enlightenment gratefully received.
> 
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You don't need to list the CD's anywhere.  Yum will download anything
it needs from the repositories you've got already.

--andy


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