Fedora 2 Core - how to add rpm's I didn't install?
I finally got my dual boot system up n running, with Fedora 2, now, I want to add all the
goodies I opted out of, originally, in the install process.
I could have sworn I chose to add Apache in the install process, but maybe because it wasn't seeing a network at the time, it didn't go? I'm not sure.
I disabled "kudzu" in System configurations, so that my eth0 could see the Internet, that worked.
When I download the .rpm to /root/Desktop the type "rpm -i httpd***.rpm", it won't install, because it says that it is conflicting many places, with an older version... YET
the directory /usr/local/apache did not exist after Install of Fedora.
I'm a bit lost obviously... but I'd love to test scripts on this thing, that was the whole purpose!
Is there a GUI .rpm manager? I've heard of yum, and I've got the yum*.rpm file on my desktop too.