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If you're unclear what the instructiosn mean, it means you'd, as root, create a new text file at that location, in vi, emacs, gedit or whatever other text editor you prefer, and put that contents inside it, and save it.
Last edited by acid_kewpie; 01-03-2013 at 07:49 AM.
Can anybody tell me what does the above solution is asking for to do, as i am new in LINUX.
If it's asking you to do anything, It's asking you to create a file called "/etc/yum.repos.d/inverse.repo" with the above content in it, starting with "[SOGo]". Once you do that you will be able to install whatever software that this repository will allow you to install. You will need root access and a text editor to create that file although the text editor you choose to use is up to you.