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Old 12-23-2003, 01:03 PM   #1
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yum configuration file headers problems

Hello every one!

I'm using yum to get new updates and things, but i'm having some problems.

I wanted to change to a repository near, in this case :

but like in :

i have the same problem, that is:

going to the
that it's were all of the stuff release with fedora are (that is, not the updates), the headers dir is in here,

if a put something like this: baseurl=
it finds the headers but not the rpms, in the other way:
it doesn't find the headers, so i get an error:

to the case of updates that doesn't happen, becouse the headers dir is in the same place as the rpms.

What sould i do to be able to use this?

Note: Now i'm using, that works ok!


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