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Old 06-06-2011, 02:16 PM   #1
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REpository configuration in redhat 6 64bit.


how to configure repository in my standalone system to resolve dependencies so that i will not have to install all the rpms in my system by typing rpm -ivh and the name of rpm.
 
Old 06-06-2011, 03:18 PM   #2
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how to configure repository in my standalone system to resolve dependencies so that i will not have to install all the rpms in my system by typing rpm -ivh and the name of rpm.
You type in "yum install <package name>" and it does it.

And since you're using RHEL, you can contact RedHat support, since you're paying for it with your RHEL subscription, right?
 
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how to configure repository in my standalone system ...
If you have not register your RHEL to RHN, you can build a local repo from the installation disc :

1. Mount the DVD to /any_mount_point
2. Create a repo config file in /etc/yum.repos.d/, named somename.repo (must have a .repo extension), contains these lines :

Code:
[somename]
name=whatever
baseurl=file:///any_mount_point/Server
enabled=1
gpgcheck=1
gpgkey=file:///etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-redhat-release
3. Rebuild the cache. From the prompt, enter this command:

Code:
# yum clean all && yum makecache
Now you can use the yum commands to perform package management activities.

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how can i make my base machine redhat6 as server and my kvm install machine as client

sir i wanna know..
I have instaalled REdhat 6 64nit in my Dell studio 1558 laptop After installing, i install a virtual machine in kVm now i wanna make my base machine as server and my kvm machine as client.
to do this ist i gave the ip address to the my base machine and ther ip address in Kvm machine with the same network ip, but they doesn't ping each other.

sir please tell me how to configure that...!

thank's
 
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sir i wanna know..
I have instaalled REdhat 6 64nit in my Dell studio 1558 laptop After installing, i install a virtual machine in kVm now i wanna make my base machine as server and my kvm machine as client.
to do this ist i gave the ip address to the my base machine and ther ip address in Kvm machine with the same network ip, but they doesn't ping each other.

sir please tell me how to configure that...!
thank's
Set up the networking correctly in your VM. Apparently, there isn't a route between the two, or you don't have the adapter set up correctly. Can't help if you don't provide information.

And you need to open a new thread for a new question...and AGAIN, if you're using RedHat enterprise, you need to CALL REDHAT SUPPORT, since you're paying for it, right?
 
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