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Re: yum question



Suvayu Ali wrote:
> Markus Kesaromous wrote:
>> In instances when access to the net is not available,
>> but the distro DVD is available.
>> How can one get yum to resolve dependencies automagically
>> from the Packages directory of the mounted DVD?
>>
> 
> goto /etc/yum.repos.d/  and create a repo file. You can use another file
> like fedora.repo as your template. change the repo location to the mount
> point for the DVD. Something like file:///path/to/DVD/. Name your repo
> with something like localrepo. Then do,
> 
> $ yum --disablerepo=fedora,updates install <package>
> 
> This should do it. :)
> 
> PS: don't forget to put enabled=1 in the new repo file you create.
> 
I wounder if you could just copy the medio.repo file from the DVD.

Mike
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