[CentOS] New packages installation via CDRom
John R Pierce
pierce at hogranch.com
Thu Jul 5 18:52:53 UTC 2007
Adriano dos Santos Vieira wrote:
> Matt Hyclak escreveu:
>> On Thu, Jul 05, 2007 at 02:24:34PM -0300, Adriano dos Santos Vieira
>> enlightened us:
>>> Does anyone knows how could I install some new packages on CentOS (4
>>> and 5) using the cdrom media?
>>> Att: My HD doesn't have much space to copy cdrom content to build a
>>> filesystem repository.
>>> I hope this great tool will should ask me by each cdrom witch it
>>> need, isn't it?
>> Look at the file /etc/yum.repos.d/CentOS-Media.repo. The comments at
>> the top
>> should get you going.
> My appologizies, by my poor English and by my mistakes trying to
> explain you this.
> I just looked on that file. That one explain how to use DVD. If I'm
> not wrong that process sounds like a filesystem, isn't it?
> What about CDRom? I've a CDR-drive, thense I've 6 CDs (centos-5) media
> and I want to use them to install some new packages. Once again, how
> could I do this on CentOS?
if you got the disk space, copy the RPMS directories off all the CDs
into one directory, then copy that CentOS-Media.repo file to a new one,
edit it, give it a new tag (CentOS-LocalCopy, or something) and adjust
the path to point to your conglomeration dir...
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