Updating redhat repositories repolist 0
Yum Disable Repository Example, Yum disblerepo Example, Yum enablerepo Example, Yum Exclude Include Repository, Yum Exclude Repolist, Yum Exclude Repository Example, Yum repolist Example, Yum Update Disable Repository, Yum Update Stop Repository Hi Ramesh, I want to install apache2.4.18 on centos 7.1 which is not supporting the same version so how can i install the same version using YUM package?
I think it’s not too late to play with Redhat Enterprise Server :-). trying to use yum command to install rpm-build package, but it showing below error messages: [[email protected] ~]# yum install rpm-build Loaded plugins: product-id, security, subscription-manager This system is not registered to Red Hat Subscription Management. Setting up Install Process No package rpm-build available.
To aid us with this plan we will use a createrepo utility.
By default createrepo may not be installed on your system: No output indicates that this packages is currently not present in your system.
When using a remote HTTP Redhat repository you may also want to configure GPGCHECK as part of your repository to make sure that no packages had been tampered to prior their installation.
If you have followed a previous section on how to attach RHEL official DVD as your system's repository, then to install createrepo package simply execute: The above command will install createrepo utility along with all prerequisites.
In case that you do not have your repository defined yet, you can install createrepo manually: Using your mounted Red Hat DVD first install prerequisites:# createrepo /rhel_repo/Spawning worker 0 with 3648 pkgs Workers Finished Gathering worker results Saving Primary metadata Saving file lists metadata Saving other metadata Generating sqlite DBs Sqlite DBs complete You are also able to create Redhat repository on any debian-like Linux system such as Debian, Ubuntu or mint.
NOTE: After the system is successfully authenticated an ID will be displayed on your prompt for your system. To unregister your system use unregister switch, which will remove the system’s entry from the subscription service and all subscriptions, and will deletes its identity and subscription certificates on local machine. To active it a subscription use the Subscription Pool ID, but be aware that when purchase one, it is valid for a specified period of time, so make sure you buy a new period of time before expiring.
Because this system is for tests, I only use the 30 Day Self-Supported RHEL free subscription.
You can use subscription-manager to id repo name status RHEL_6.4_Disc RHEL_6.4_x86_64_Disc 3,648repolist: 3,648Normally having a Redhat DVD repository will be enough to get you started however, the only disadvantage is that you are not able to alter your repository in any way and thus not able to insert new/updated packages into it.