I copied it to a separate directory and export it using nfs to other systems. How hard is that? so what i did is 1. media://1192656534.547140%233/iptraf-3.0.0-5.el5.i386.rpm: [Errno 4] IOError:
reply Tweet Search Discussions Search All Groups centos 9 responses Oldest Nested Kai Schaetzl Searching the local folder of this list reveals two older postings from you about this (one from I just completed doing a yumupdate on the system I just did an install.I get the message with different rpms based on what I want to update.yum update yum gets the Fedora/ (this is a workaround) rm Fedora ln -s ../disk2/Fedora/RPMS/ and baseurl=file:///mnt/disk yum works perfectly conclusion: repodata dir on DVD images is not correctly generated. I had not used my nc4010 for a while and the kernel was at 2.6.18-53.1.13 (update took it to 1.21).
It seems toindicate that your repo is not completely in sync. You probably are right. Setting up Install Process Setting up repositories Reading repository metadata in from local files Parsing package install arguments Resolving Dependencies --> Populating transaction set with selected packages. Problems with old metadata, it would seem.This time I did the clean first and still got the error.I ran a rsync and did not get any updates to base.I should also
Contact Us - Advertising Info - Rules - LQ Merchandise - Donations - Contributing Member - LQ Sitemap - Main Menu Linux Forum Android Forum Chrome OS Forum Search LQ Nobody cares about where precisely in the expansive yum class hierarchy this error message gives birth. Explore Labs Configuration Deployment Troubleshooting Security Additional Tools Red Hat Access plug-ins Red Hat Satellite Certificate Tool Red Hat Insights Increase visibility into IT operations to detect and resolve technical issues Cleaning up Everything [[email protected] yum.repos.d]# yum install iptraf Loading "installonlyn" plugin Loading "security" plugin Loading "rhnplugin" plugin This system is not registered with RHN.
It seemsto indicate that your repo is not completely in sync. Hence I just follow the below rules : 1) [[email protected] ~]# mount /dev/hdc /cdrom/ mount: block device /dev/hdc is write-protected, mounting read-only 2) Edit the yum rhel-debuginfo.repo file like following way Comment 46 Tamal Kanti Nath 2006-12-12 14:52:51 EST (In reply to comment #45) Ok, finally it worked for me. Because there was no way for me to find out about the createrepo program in yum-utils, I had to improvise.
I thought that was the problem but isn't. > > I see the same problem that was originally reported, with the minor difference > that in my configuration, where ? > Having a problem logging in? Adv Reply Quick Navigation Security Top Site Areas Settings Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Forums The Ubuntu Forum Community Ubuntu Official Flavours Support New to Ubuntu I am also facing this same problem..
ran rpm -ivh "createrepo......" It got installed. 9. They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. Error: Cannot open/read repomd.xml file for repository: adobe-linux-i386 [root at nc4010 yum.repos.d]# /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifup-eth eth0 [root at nc4010 yum.repos.d]# yum update yum* rpm Loading "installonlyn" plugin Setting up Update Process Setting up Itseems to indicate that your repo is not completely in sync.
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Although I didn't follow the exact route, but I think my method is functionally same as comment #23. # mount -o ro,loop fc6.iso /mnt/dvd # createrepo -o . /mnt/dvd # mount Password Linux - Server This forum is for the discussion of Linux Software used in a server related context. Try comparing the brokenwith the working. have a peek at these guys This system was my workhorse from the start of 5.0 until back in January.
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But it's a rather time consuming task. Nothing. Comment 15 Dale Stimson 2006-10-29 13:43:37 EST It's unfortunate that using a loopback mounted FC6 DVD doesn't "just work". Either anew sync or clean all got you going last time ;-)The other times ayum clean alldid the job.
It seems toindicate that your repo is not completely in sync. If the broken still looks right, try making a backupof the broken & copy in the working - there may be some overlooked typoor a character that's invisible to the editor See that in the log. check my blog As you can see, the repository was built successfully and the primary.xml.gz was also read successfully; but the urlopen error occurs when the header of a package is fetched.
so i copied the entire directory content of /tmp/fc5_install to a DVD 6. No change. (dated Jun 14, mine was dated Jun 24, the day I built my repo. this bug could be close ? A better workaround would be to create usable repodata outside of the DVD images so that it would still be possible to use the original images.
Either a new sync or clean all got you going last time ;-) Kai -- Kai Sch?tzl, Berlin, Germany Get your web at Conactive Internet Services: http://www.conactive.com Kai Schaetzl at Jul Solution Unverified - Updated 2013-11-04T01:17:22+00:00 - English English 日本語 Issue When running yum install pkg-name, an error is found and we cannot run the command successfully. # yum install zsh .... Comment 10 Dale Stimson 2006-10-28 21:05:10 EDT I first experienced this problem with the DVD mounted via loop-back and served via apache/http. Is this something that yum will be able to work around, or should I look for an alternate workaround that doesn't require the DVD repodata?
It seems that because of the "unusual" protocol, media:, we're unable to (easily) set up our PXE server to grab packages from the resultant yum repo. so what i did is 1. On a no-internet network I want to install FC6/RHEL5 via NFS and then after install is done I want to use that same NFS share as my yum repo. Created a dir /tmp/fc5_install and copyed all the disk files of Disk 1.iso 2.
so just downloaded the rpm from RHEL site named as createrepo. 8. Error: failed to retrieve iptraf-3.0.0-5.el5.i386.rpm from rhel-localrepos error was [Errno 4] IOError: