How To Create Ftp Yum Repository On Fedora

Introduction There comes a time when you cannot connect to the internet to your favorite repository for installation of packages. Thankfully we can create our own YUM repositories to have them available locally on our networks. YUM stands forĀ  Yellow Dog Modifier and is the Red Hat package manager that is able to query for information about available packages, fetch packages from repositories, install and... read more

How To Create a CentOS Repository with mrepo

If you are a shop of any size and are building and maintaining CentOS servers, you know the need to maintain a repository with extras, updates and such. In this post we will cover how to build a repository on your network for building and maintaining CentOS. Install mrepo sudo yum -y install mrepo Edit /etc/mrepo.conf and add set the directories Create mrepo config file in /etc/mrepo.conf.d ###... read more

Create a Local Fedora 16 Repository

If you have several Fedora systems you can create your own local repository to reduce the amount of Internet traffic and control the updates you want to have available. Also, you can create repositories for other products you use or like. In this post we will cover creating a local Fedora 16 repository. Update: You can use this same process on Fedora 17 & 18, just change the version number. Two... read more