[CentOS] local repo question

Fri Apr 20 17:05:26 UTC 2012
Tony Schreiner <anthony.schreiner at bc.edu>

On Apr 20, 2012, at 12:59 PM, Jerry Geis wrote:

>> You should post entire error text. Are you sure that that dbus package
>> is not corrupted? Try downloading it fo local directory and install from
>> there.
>> Or just delete dbus rpm and run rsync again (or whatever) and then
>> createrepo.
> The rest of the message had no additional information so I did not 
> include it.
> However the entire message is this:
> A fatal error occurred when installing the dbus package.
> This could indicate errors when reading the installation
> media. Installation cannot continue.
> Exit Installer
> Funny thing is there is no dbus "update" at this time. There is no
> dbus* file in my /var/www/html/centos/6/updates/x86_64/Packages directory.
> This must be the original dbus package from the 6.2 DVD download.
> If I comment the "repo" line in my kickstart file - the install goes fine.
> So the dbus package should be good. It works without the "repo" line.
> my repo line in my kickstart file is:
> repo --name=Updates --baseurl=
> I have re-ran the "createrepo ." and tried my install again with the 
> same results.
> I am confused.
> What do I do next?
> Jerry
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I may have missed if this was already said:
 have you looked at /var/log/httpd/error_log and access_log on the repository machine to see the status of the request for the dbus package?

Tony Schreiner