[K12OSN] Repository Broken
eharrison at mail.mesd.k12.or.us
Wed Apr 18 15:39:38 UTC 2007
Mel Wade wrote:
> I've already tried the Clean command. Here's the error
> ---> Downloading header for ImageMagick to pack into transaction set.
> .0-4.fc6.i386.rpm: [Errno 14] HTTP Error 403: Content-type: text/html
The error you are getting, "HTTP Error 403", means Forbidden (see
I have no problems accessing the file
that is causing you the error. I checked the web server's logs and there
are no 403's, so it didn't come from the web server itself.
My first guess would be that you have a proxy server that requires
authentication and the "403" error is coming from there. I would,
however, assume that this would break other repositories as well.
It could also be a firewall issue. If you want to email me (off-list)
the IP address of your server, I'll check the firewall logs at this end,
make sure there are no routing issues, etc.
> On 4/17/07, Eric Harrison <eharrison at mail.mesd.k12.or.us> wrote:
>> Mel Wade wrote:
>> > It seems that the K12LTSP Repository is not functioning. I've been
>> > trying to update for a few weeks and it keeps crashing on update and
>> > specific installs. Today I renamed the K12LSTP repository file to
>> > disable it and yum started working.
>> > If I update without the K12LTSP repository will it break my server?
>> > using K12LTSP 6.
>> I update my own servers off of the K12LTSP repositories, so I usually
>> catch any problems that come up. I ran yum on just about every sever I
>> have in the last 24 hours, I'm fairly sure that they are working ok.
>> The first thing you should try to do is clean our your yum cache:
>> yum clean all
>> Odds are pretty good that will fix it for you.
>> If you still have problems, please reply back and cut-and-paste the
>> error that yum gives.
>> Also, please note if you are using the 32bit or 64bit version of K12LTSP
>> (they use different repositories...)
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