how to configure yum in fedora

Posted on 2009-04-15
Last Modified: 2013-12-16
i want to configure my own yum server in fedora 10, how can i configure this
Question by:rahuldevsingh
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    Accepted Solution

    1- put all your package under a directory (your rpms)

    2- make this dir available under ftp

    3- use the createrepo command to create the XML files that will make your package dir a repository

    Note: every time you add a new package to the dir you need to invoke the createrepo command

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    Expert Comment

    Install/Configure Yum:

    cd /root
    mkdir yum
    cd yum
    tar -xvzf yum-2.0.7.tar.gz
    cd yum-2.0.7
    make install

    Useful info for Yum:

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