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Old 01-16-2011, 05:35 AM   #1
Harish Pathak
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installing yum

I m using Redhat linux 5.1, I want to know what is the function of 'createrepo .' command while installing yum.
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Originally Posted by Harish Pathak View Post
I m using Redhat linux 5.1, I want to know what is the function of 'createrepo .' command while installing yum.
It creates a common metadata repository of available rpms in a folder where you run this. Btw it's not a part of installing yum, you use this command to create repo of your Linux CD/DVD image to resolve rpm dependencies automatically.


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