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Old 08-16-2008, 12:51 AM   #1
bhilare_kaustubha
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Thumbs up About Pcq Linux 2008 Additional Software Installation


here is a trick for pcq linux 2008 users who does not have a internet connection but still want to add software in it .
when accessing the add/remove software menu we get message for no network connection . which can be solved by simply go to directory /etc/yum.repose.d and delete the .repo file which content the cent os mirror list url .
&&& then add your own software source file in it
 
  


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