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yum install "from our storage server"

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Hi All,

By default, when using the "yum install package", the server get packages from internet and I need to change the path of "yum" to get packages from our storage server (assume that, I download all packages to our storage server before).

Please show me how to "yum install <package from our storage server>" instead of "yum install <package on the internet".

Thanks in advance,

LDVHAI.
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Present your storage server to your clients and issue yum localinstall instead. Yum localinstall searches the packages in the working directory and solves and download (if available) dependencies, and install them.
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yum install /media/net/Rpms/whatever.rpm
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