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Old 07-25-2009, 06:55 AM   #1
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Downloading All Fedora 9 Packages ??


The firewall is configured for all Linux Machine in our firm. I am really fed up with Infrastructure Team.Now Since I have Fedora 10 Installed at my Home.How Can I download all the RPM Packages with dependencies at my home laptop and transfer it to my office instead of manual installing packages one by one.
I need to install Bugzilla which needs couple of perl packages.
 
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Could rsync a distro mirror?
 
  


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