Fedora :: Create A Ks File To Install All Packages (fedora 12 Of Course)?
Apr 26, 2010
Trying to create a ks file to install all packages (fedora 12 of course). The file have in it:
which used to work in RHEL, but in here, I get the message on screen: "You have specified that the group 'everything' should be installed. This group does not exist. Would you like to continue or abort". so what's the group name/code to install all packages?
im using fedora 14 and i have a slow internet connection. i want 2 install some packages from the fedora 14 dvd instead of downloading from internet using add/remove packages. i tried to edit /etc/yum.repos.d/fedora.repo and /etc/yum.repos.d/fedora-updates.repo but it dint work.
All my torrents go to my home/username/Download/ folder, I could read/write yesterday but now I cant even copy the files to a flash drive.The error i get is "Cannot create regular file '/home/username/Download/file' : Read only file system.
When I try to install Cinelerra I get this error: Local file conflict between packages Two packages provide the same file. This is usually due to mixing packages from different software sources.
Test Transaction Errors: file /usr/bin/mpeg3cat from install of cinelerra-2.1-20_git20091116.fc13.x86_64 conflicts with file from package libmpeg3-utils-1.8-3.fc12.x86_64 file /usr/bin/mpeg3dump from install of cinelerra-2.1-20_git20091116.fc13.x86_64 conflicts with file from package libmpeg3-utils-1.8-3.fc12.x86_64 file /usr/bin/mpeg3toc from install of cinelerra-2.1-20_git20091116.fc13.x86_64 conflicts with file from package libmpeg3-utils-1.8-3.fc12.x86_64
problem that I have in red hat enterprise linux version 5. I intend to create a file system but I'm having troubles because it show me an error after typing the command to create a filesystem:mke2fs �b 4096 /dev/sap (mke2fs �b 4096 /dev/<device>)The error finish with a message: "The device apparently does not exist; did you specify itcorrectly?" I don�t understand why this happens
I want to create a single file for my installer which will display the user license and when the user agrees it will ask for the user name and password and then install the package. The package is an rpm package. I have seen some programs which will do this like Java JDk setups.
I am working on JNI(Java Native Interface) on fedora 7 where i need to create a .so file of .c.(For example Hello.c to Hello.so). But i am not getting options to be used with the "cc" command. What option or the command.
I downloaded the flash plugin from Adobe, but when I click install, it says it can't install it and give the below answer. It is a .rpm package.Process /lib/dbus-1/dbus-daemon-launch-helper received signal 6How do I get out of that? How do I install it through the command line? wrote;yum localinstall flash-plugin-10.3.183.7-release.i386.rpmand got the following reply
Loaded plugins: langpacks, presto, refresh-packagekit Setting up Local Package Process Cannot open: flash-plugin-10.3.183.7-release.i386.rpm. Skipping.
i own a fedora 10 box running on mercury mother board with amd athlon xp. since I dont have an internet connection at home.. i plan to take my HARD DISK to my office and get the audio/video pluggins installed. This machine runs on pentium 4 with intel orginal board. can i do this without much effort ?? will my office motherboard accept my home hard disk easily..
I downloaded some rpm files from rpmfusion.org to my computer using my Windows Vista OS. I then moved the files to the partition where Fedora is installed. When I ran the files on the terminal using the rpm command, it showed a lot of errors like: xyz needs abc.. and so on. How then can I install softwares and codecs on my computer without being online? I don't have screenshots right now.
I did install Fedora 14 on my netbook (Asus 1001PX) a couple of weeks ago, it worked nice. But when i try to install .RPM packages the "normal" way so do i get stuck at the window where it says something like "Package Installed". No matter how many times i try to click on the "Close" button, so is the "Package Installed" window still open. Atleast i can install .RPM packages with the terminal.
I'd like to update my version of gsl to 1.15 (it has improved integration routines) Downloading & compiling worked, but I'm hesitant to overwrite the default packages with ones I compiled myself since there's a lot of compilation flags etc I may be getting wrong. On top of that, I need the header files from gsl-devel too to link against, and I'm not sure how that works. (Where to place them etc)Is there any way to use these packages to install on fc14?Should I just compile it myself?And what about the devel headers?
I have FC9 and I want to install additional packages from the Fedora DVD. The problem is that I don't have net connectivity.Using rpm would be very cumborsome since it would fail because of dependencies. One method is to note down all the dependencies, and install them with rpm. This may again give a list of dependencies. Something like yum is required which would automatically install the dependecnies also. But for yum to work you require a working (and high speed) net connectivity.
I was wondering how to create a GNOME screensaver from a video file? I don't really care what video format the screensaver creator supports because I can always transcode the video with ffmpeg or mencoder. I also, don't care if the creator uses proprietary formats such as mpeg, mpeg4, avi, etc. I do however want the program to create an installable screensaver.
I am new bie to linux and i am using FC 9. My intention is to install latest packages of FC11 release to FC9 despite of upgrading entire OS. is their any way to do this .... I have tried doing installing ssh package of FC11 release into FC9 OS but encountered with library errors.
I've installed Fedora from the Live CD (Fedora 13). The Installation Guide says that if you install from the DVD (or, as I understand it, the five or so CDs) you get the choice of installing lots more software. I've now got a copy of the CD. But how do I use it to install the extra software it contains? The Installation Guide says use the Add/Remove Software tool. But that tries to download stuff from the Internet. Nothing about installing from the DVD.
Is there a way to install packages with PackageKit without having to put in the root password every time I want to install a package? I set up sudo so I can install packages in a terminal without having to put in a password but I dont want to go to the terminal every time I want to install a package. And I dont want to become a root user or anything I just want to install packages without having to put in a password.
I was wondering if there is a possibility to configure yum in such way that it would download and install packages at the same time?What i mean is that after downloading certain package it continues to download the next one but at the same time it is installing the one it has already downloaded? Is it possible in fedora? I remeber back when i was using openSUSE 11.2 that the behaviour of the installer was configurable and would let users to choose if they want to download all packages first and then install them or download a package, keep downloading next ones but install the already downloaded ones .
I installed Fedora fc14.i686 in a VMware player. I have been able to install many packages off the web.
First of all, I'm having this issue: I am having trouble with GIT, it keeps timing out on me. github.com[0: 22.214.171.124]: errno=Connection timed out fatal: unable to connect a socket (Connection timed out). This is happening over a 24hr period so I think its something on my end.
Also, my apache directory is not visible on my local LAN to other machines. I can browse in Fedora, however. Even the machine hosting the VM can't see my var/www/http directory. I set permissions but I have a feeling its a network issue somwhere. BTW, I can ping the Fedora VM (192.168.0.17) from other machines.
trying to learn how to write a bash script that will create a new text file named jimbola in my home directory. The file will need to be able to have the first and last name of Jim Bola included in it.
Attempting to create a backup script to copy files from one file system to a remote file system.
When I try this I get:
# tar -cf - /mnt/raid_md1 | gzip -c | ssh -i ~/.ssh/key -l firstname.lastname@example.org "cat > /mnt/backup/fileserver.md1.tar.gz" tar: Removing leading `/' from member names Pseudo-terminal will not be allocated because stdin is not a terminal. ssh: Could not resolve hostname cat > /mnt/backup/fileserver.md1.tar.gz: Name or service not known
I know that the remote file system dir is RW and the access is working fine. I am stumped...