[CentOS] /etc/yum/pluginconf.d/prioriti es.conf file disappeared

Lanny Marcus lannyma at gmail.com
Mon Oct 22 14:55:52 UTC 2007


>Message: 6
>On 21 October 2007,  Johnny Hughes <johnny at centos.org> wrote:

>That file does not change often from the default ... you can get the
>default version by downloading the RPM in question and using this
>command in the directory where you put it:

>rpm2cpio yum-priorities-1.0.4-2.el5.centos.noarch.rpm | cpio -idv

>After that, there will be a bunch of files in that same directory ...
>which are the default files that get installed.

>That file should be one of them, andat
><tempdir>/etc/yum/pluginconf.d/priorities.conf

Johnny: THANK YOU for the above information. It's a minor problem, but, what
bothers me is that I do *not* think that I deleted that file by accident. I
think it disappeared by itself, which, if true, would be troubling. However,
I'm open to the possibility that somehow, I deleted it, accidentally.

And, a very special THANK YOU, for all of the time and work you put into
CentOS!
-- 
Lanny
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