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Zyblin 12-07-2013 07:49 AM

Had to clean up Fedora 20 repos, anything missing?
 
I had some issues with errors when I did `yum update` I did get things cleaned up and working well but I want to make sure I have all the Fedora 20 repos, seems like something is missing. I am leaving out the third party repos for this post. So that leaves two for Fedora 20. Isn't there suppose to be three or four? Testing and Security or something like that? For some reason I keep mentally flashing to Debian sources.list and annoying myself, this is not Debian, lol.

>/etc/yum.repos.d

fedora.repo
fedora-updates.repo

knudfl 12-07-2013 08:20 AM

Quote:

>/etc/yum.repos.d

fedora.repo
fedora-updates.repo
Two it is, for Fedora (20) beta.
There is also usually "fedora-updates-testing.repo".
But not in the beta? version you have.
The real Fedora 20 will be released in 10 days ?
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/20/Schedule

In Debian you read 'sources.list' to see what's "enabled".

In Fedora you can read a) fedora.repo, b) fedora-updates.repo,
c) fedora-updates-testing.repo ,,,, to see the "enabled" lines.
All `testing' repo lines are usually set to `enable=0'.
Because packages from Fedora 21 will not be usable by default.

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Zyblin 12-07-2013 08:57 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by knudfl (Post 5076920)
Two it is, for Fedora (20) beta.
There is also usually "fedora-updates-testing.repo".
But not in the beta? version you have.
The real Fedora 20 will be released in 10 days ?
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/20/Schedule

In Debian you read 'sources.list' to see what's "enabled".

In Fedora you can read a) fedora.repo, b) fedora-updates.repo,
c) fedora-updates-testing.repo ,,,, to see the "enabled" lines.
All `testing' repo lines are usually set to `enable=0'.
Because packages from Fedora 21 will not be usable by default.

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I think the testing is suppose to be there, might be what I felt I was missing.

Thank you.

wmakowski 12-08-2013 09:32 AM

I know this is marked solved, but you can check out the files in the fedora-release package with rpm to see the repos that were originally installed.

rpm -ql fedora-release


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