David Jansen wrote:
It is possible to limit the packages yum uses from a specific repo. From "man yum.conf":I think this is the main difference indeed: most of the additional Debian repositories only offer a single program or a set of related programs. Whereas if you configure livna for e.g. kernel modules, you get access to a lot of multimedia applications too, which may interfere with applications from e.g. freshrpms.
exclude Same as the [main] exclude option but only for this repository. Substitution variables, described below, are honored here. includepkgs Inverse of exclude. This is a list of packages you want to use from a repository. If this option lists only one package then that is all yum will ever see from the repository. Defaults to an empty list. Substitution variables, described below, are honored here. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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