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hitlar 05-19-2006 09:30 PM

add/remove program error
 
i install fc 5 but when i start add/remove program through start menu it gives error

unable to relative s/w information

decrepit 05-21-2006 06:17 AM

this topic has been covered in the last week, try a search.
The default of the add/remove program, is to look on line for packages. If you're not online, you either have to edit yum to look at your CD drive or if you have plenty of HD space copy the CD's to hard drive.

hitlar 05-30-2006 02:40 AM

i add following line baseurl=file:///media/cdrecorder in ferdora-core.repo in /etc/yum-repo.d but add/remove program give same error. i can't update yum bcz internet facility on linux not available.

decrepit 05-30-2006 06:14 AM

Did you have the dvd/cd1 in the drive? Sorry I can't help more at the moment I'm limited to my windows 98 box, the linux box is getting an upgrade.

god_is_good478 05-30-2006 11:39 AM

Hi hitlar,

my sis wrote a bit of a howto here:

http://opensourceatwork.blogspot.com...e-package.html


Actually it is kinda weird.. she did it today cos we wanted to run a FC5 install workshop and wanted to show package management and we hit the same problem.... from reading the posts most of the problems were hit around early may though ...

Anyways the howto is for offline installation of packages from CD so .. it sounds like what you want to do =)

Note: You probably need to set the "enable=0" in all the .repo files that point to online repositories, leaving even one enabled will cause pirut to fail

Regards,
Edmund

athreyavc 06-09-2006 09:39 AM

HI ALL,

I too followed the steps mentioned in the blog. "ADD/REMOVE programs works fine now.

Best Regards,

Athreya VC

hitlar 06-09-2006 10:42 AM

before use add/remove prog. fc cd1 must be mount, otherwise give error


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