Add / Remove Packages won't find the CD
Sorry to bother you all, I'm a bit of a newbie to linux here.
I am trying to install Kernel-Devel from the add/remove packages tool
However when I go to do "update" it keeps asking for the Linux 4 Disc 3 CD, of which I have inserted, I made the cd from burning the ISO from the RHEL site.
However it doesnt seem to recognise its in, I accessed the CD from the linux box and installed the Kernel-DEVEL rpm and seeemed to go in ok.
Then done an up2date --get kernel-devel from a terminal window and that seemed to have got the latest oen.
Then if I run the command
rpm -qa|grep kernel devel
I get the results back :- kernel-devel-2.6.9-78.EL
So I take it that means its installed.
But just int he add/remove application it shows as not installed, and I'd like it to say it is, so that I know it is.
Can any one help , how can I can either make it see the CD or use a work around so it pulls the RPM's from the net?.
I also dumped the RPM needed into /usr/src/RPMS/kernel-devel.rpm
but still asks for a Cd.
Thanks for your help guys
sorry if this seems a stupid question.
I am using Linux AS V4 x86_64-as-4