[CentOS] how to use my rpm to replace default old version rpm in centos?

Wed Jul 7 10:01:44 UTC 2010
Jim Wildman <jim at rossberry.com>

Put it in an "local" repo and install it with yum in the %post
section of the kickstart.  This will be exactly the same as
installing with yum after an install, so you can test it outside of

On Wed, 7 Jul 2010, ma qiang wrote:

> Thanks a lot for your reply.
> But I have a problem.
> I have update source and rebuild a rpm. I have many computers in my
> school need to install this rpm.
> So I want to replace the new rpm in centos, and build a new centos.
> and then I can install the rpm using kickstart automaticly.
> :) .

Jim Wildman, CISSP, RHCE       jim at rossberry.com http://www.rossberry.com
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