Ahh.. ok be careful here. this will turn your redhat installation into a centos installation. you will no longer offically be running redhat... obviously i remember why you['re where you are, and as you don't have access to the redhat yum repositories, you can not do a yum update under redhat itself. if you do do this, then you will convert to centos, which i guses you don't really want to do. note, of course, that they are essentially identical, and won't cause you any problems, but it's logos and branding will change and you won't see it as redhat anymore.
if you do want to keep going, just uninstall redhat-logos
Last edited by acid_kewpie; 10-08-2007 at 02:49 AM.