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CentOS 5 :: Where Is "sources.list" / Need To Install That


Need to yum install apache2-threaded-dev but says "no package available". There is no "/etc/apt/sources.list" - so what do I do, and what should be the urls?


View 3 Replies (Posted: 2010/2/5 3:18)

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