[CentOS-devel] New packages on centos

Tue Sep 10 15:59:19 UTC 2013
Brian Mathis <brian.mathis+centos at betteradmin.com>

The official CentOS distribution is a direct rebuild of the packages
supplied by the upstream provider (RedHat).  To get officially included in
CentOS, you would need to be officially included in RedHat Enterprise Linux.

There are other options, such as getting included in the EPEL repository,
which many people use to find additional packages to use with CentOS.  You
can view a list of the different repositories that work with CentOS here:

❧ Brian Mathis

On Tue, Sep 10, 2013 at 11:40 AM, Sancho Lerena <slerena at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi everybody
> First at all, sorry if this mailing list is not the appropriate for the
> question I have.
> I'm the project leader of Pandora FMS; a monitoring software with GPL
> licence. I want to include the packages officially in centos (our main
> distro) and we already have the RPM's created and even a customized centOS
> modified distro in CD (thanks to kickstart and livecd tools). The question
> is, how will be the best way to incorporate our packages to the official
> distro?.
> Thanks a lot for your time.
> Un saludo,
>         Sancho Lerena
>         Pandora FMS, the flexible monitoring system
>         http://pandorafms.org
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