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Re: [K12OSN] Making Centos 5.1-i386 K12LTSP compliant

I haven't yet tried this, so YMMV.  Standard liability disclaimers apply, so try this on a test box first.  Any ol' box with CentOS 5 on it ought to do.

Make the file /etc/yum.repos.d/k12ltsp.repo,  and put the following in it:

---------- CUT HERE ------------

---------- CUT HERE ------------

Permissions on this file are 644 on my system, with owner root:root.  Of course, 664 would be fine as well.  My intuition says that even 600 should be fine.

Then, try "yum update" and see how things go.  This is the same process for adding the RPMForge repositories on CentOS 5, and thus, I'd figure the same would apply to any other "3rd-party" repository like the K12LTSP one.

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Alan Hodson wrote:
For more organized and better searchers than myself, where do I find info (or how do i go about) making a Centos 5.1-i386 install into a K12LTSP server? I am prepared to install K12LTSP-5.0.0EL-32bit from CDs, but seems there is a yum or rpm solution to this... I am trying not to destroy a creative impulse of one of my colleagues...
Thanks for the pointers
Alan Hodson
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