[CentOS] Yum / Up2date issues and mirror.centos.org

William Warren hescominsoon at emmanuelcomputerconsulting.com
Tue Nov 29 21:27:45 UTC 2005

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Bryan J. Smith wrote:
> William Warren wrote:
>>h'm not.  I don't want to HAVE to reconfigure my clients..
> How do you install your systems?
> How do you make system changes?
> How do you do any changes?
straw man.  this topic isabout yum..not the rest of the system.  I said 
i don't want to have to change yum t all or mess with configuring its 
config files.
> This is what I don't understand at all.
> This has nothing to do with YUM.
this thread and my responses are totally about yum.  YOu are the one 
going off-topic
>>nor do i want to HAVE to add a proxy line into my
>>yum.conf files.
> But what do you do for system installation/customization?
> Do you use a Kickstart disk?
> Or do you manually install the system and manually configure?
> How do you make other changes to a system?
AGain you are going outside the scope of this thread and of my comments
> Again, this is what I don't understand at all.
> And it has nothing to do with YUM.
it most certainly does
>>I actually do agree with les it should just work w/o
>>having to screw around with config files.
> Why not just do it when you install the system?
> I mean, I assume you're doing it then, correct?
> Or do your computers read your brain when you install?
And you wonder why folks killfile you.
>>Please don't accuse me of picking and choosing Bryan.
> My point was you where clearly making an _inapplicable_
> argument just because it fits.
wrong..my argument as you cll it was perfectly on target with my 
previous comments

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