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Old 12-10-2010, 05:42 AM   #1
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Searching yum repository


Hi all.

Although its very easy to add yum respository, i just wanted to know, if i want to search lets say rpmfusion.net repo without actually adding it, can i do it ?

I just want to know if there is any option to search a yum repo without adding it ?

Thanks alot in advance
 
Old 12-10-2010, 06:12 AM   #2
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Go to rpmfusion.org and scroll down to the
Browse Available Packages section.
 
Old 12-10-2010, 11:10 AM   #3
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Is there any other general way of doing it ?

Actually i thought that there would be some command in linux that would help me search any yum repo without adding it, so is there any such way from shell ??

Thanks in advance
 
Old 12-10-2010, 11:35 AM   #4
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Searching repositories unknown to your OS : No.

But : You can add them all, and then run :
# 'yum list all > all-packages.txt'
...... which will save the text file to /home/<name>/ :
The file is ordered with the installed packages first.
And then "the available packages".
Example Fedora 12 :
Code:
dustin-dustismo-roman-fonts.noarch 20030318-5.fc12        fedora                
dustin-dustismo-sans-fonts.noarch  20030318-5.fc12        fedora                
dvb-apps.i686                      1.1.1-21.fc12          updates               
dvbcut.i686                        0.6.0-10.svn166.fc12   rpmfusion-free        
dvd-slideshow.noarch               0.8.0-4.fc11           rpmfusion-free        
dvd95.i586                         1.4p0-4.fc11           rpmfusion-free        
dvdauthor.i686                     0.6.17-1.fc12          updates               
dvdisaster.i686                    0.72.1-1.fc12          fedora                
dvdrip.i686                        0.98.10-3.fc12         rpmfusion-free        
dvdrip-master.i686                 0.98.10-3.fc12         rpmfusion-free        
dvdstyler.i686                     1:1.7.4-1.fc12         rpmfusion-free        
dvgrab.i686                        3.4-3.fc12             fedora

Afterwards you can disable or delete the unwanted repo files.
( Or write enable=0 in all "enable entries" ).
...

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