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Old 07-15-2004, 01:17 AM   #1
gexzd
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RPM using NFS


ok id like to use the REDHAT RPM utility the GUI thingy

and i know i can do it using NFS i got a server with all the install files on it and ive managed to edit the /etc/fstab to automatically mount it to /mnt/install on this computer.

so how do i make the GUI look for the rpms in that directory instead of asking for the bloody install disk.

i could use the disk but thats not the point i wanna use it through using NFS i know i can do it through the command line im sure ive seeem somewhere how its done but ive forgotten but id like to be able to do it through the GUI cuz then i dont have to search for the other dependant RPMS


THANKS!!!!!!
 
  


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