On 07/11/09 13:30, Timothy Murphy wrote:
there is, just put all of the repo's you want to use in
/etc/yum.repos.d/fedora-updates.repo and give each one the correct
priority that makes them get chosen in the order you want :)
There is an application called createrepo available which will create
the repo based on then RPMs in a directory. This should be a good place
to start. I've used it before with any problems.
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.
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