|jroysdon||I'm trying to install CentOS as a GuestOS under VMWare. Actually, I have it installed, I'm trying to get the VMWare Tools working. I need the kernel source/headers... what RPM contains this, or do I have to do a fancy yum-utils command to get them?|
I'm using Centos5,.
|roselineX||Hi. Has anyone here installed Flash Media Server on centos? I'm having a problem where it runs for a few minutes, but then completely blocks all incoming and outgoing traffic on the server.|
|Foster||Someone have adobe illustrator cs3 Key or the crack file ??? pleaseee|
|jroysdon||Get lost, Foster.|
Foster - call this number and ask: (202) 324-3000
|jroysdon||What happened to kernel-devel? What is that contained in now?|
ooooh, duh! I already set exclude=kernel*
I need to save that step for after I get the base system set up :/
|RadSurfer||looks like I'm not the only C5 gnome user not auto-mounting dvd's!|
|kintaro0e||hi guys..is there a tool that will monitor you client desktop who are downloading too much files and consumes bandwidth?|
hi people need some help on vsftpd, i have a weird delay between the "Connected with www.axxx.com. Waiting for welcome message..." and welcome message??????
|wolfy||Feeling: check reverse dns|
|lnxkde||Evolution, hows that repo with beagle going?|
|Feeling||wolfy: check reverse dns how???|
|wolfy||Feeling: I'd say the server does a reverse DNS on the IP of the client. but the check is blocked (a firewall with -j DROP instead -j REJECT for instance)|
wolfy: vsftpd was working great! then i install ispconfig, then started to make a delay on the waiting welcome message
i don't know want you mean to check for dns reverse
how i can check that????
|jroysdon||How can I force yum to install an unsigned rpm? I really just want yum to solve all the deps, but there should be a way to override it...|
|so_||jroysdon, use localinstall|
|jroysdon||that will tell it to ignore the signature?|
|so_||jroysdon, I use localinstall to solve the deps, then run yum to install the deps, and then install the rpms with rpm, although I check in rpmforge and other repositories first|
jroysdon, no, but it will resolve the deps for you
|jroysdon||so_ - ah, ok, I just modified gpgcheck= in /etc/yum.conf [main]|
|so_||I usually leave it on, use localinstall to resolve the deps, install those manually before installing the rpm|
|jroysdon||yup, gotcha. I turned it back on once I got the rpm installed I needed|
|action||jroysdon is trying the localinstall method too (safer, I suppose)|
|jroysdon||is trying the localinstall method too (safer, I suppose)|
same diff: Package dtc-0.23.0-0.noarch.rpm is not signed
So, how can I have localinstall resolve the deps (that is, get the deps actually installed?)?
(I'm trying to automate this whole install, and there are 20+ deps, so I don't want to manually type them in, and they may change over time or say in CentOS vX)
Are DAG, Dries, and NewRPMs safe repos?
|peerce||well, you can selfsign your packages, with a key you generate with gpg, then install that key|