Originally Posted by 16pide
The biggest problem your machine has is you have no yum repository configured.
I suggest you open another forum thread for that.
Your solution to get vim is:
but first get yum fixed you'll need It for any install and for keeping your system updated (security ...)
There is problem with Yum conguration in my machine and i try creating local repository , Meanwhile , i copied vim rpm's alone from DVD and intalled vim editor using "rpm -ivh" command.Now, vim editor is working fine
Thanks for all of you, for helping me through this.