I need to install a few packages that are required for Drupal on a RedHat machine that does not have Internet access and/or YUM.
What I currently do is use a yum-enabled Centos machine with the same ARCH to download the required RPM with yumdownloader, and copy it to the RedHat machine and install.
However this is turning out to be an impossible task.
I am stuck in some weird failed dependencies storm that I can't get over - each package requires a different one that requires the one I was trying to install before...
I try to install mysql-5.1.69-1.el6_4.i686.rpm
and get a huge list with mainly files related to GLIBC
I try to install glibc-2.12-1.107.el6.i686.rpm
and get requirement for glibc-common
I try to install glibc-common, and get a failure to do missing GLIBC!
Is there a way around this mess? how does one install a package with a lot of dependencies without YUM?