Re: Creating a local RPM repository

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Timothy Murphy wrote:
> But couldn't yum just have an option to look for RPMs on the local
> network?  Ie look first in local cache, then on LAN, then at remote
> repo.  I would have thought that would be easy to implement.

It's trivial to change the yum repo settings to look anywhere you

It's also possible to become a private mirror and have the default
fedora mirrorlists return your own site when clients within your
netblock request updates.  See How can someone make a private mirror?
at, which I
believe was already mentioned in this thread.

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