[Yum] Re: Yum Digest, Vol 36, Issue 6

Fabio Aragao duvidaslinux at yahoo.com.br
Fri Jul 7 18:10:54 UTC 2006


I use distro Redwall that says to be based on redhat 9, being that in some versions for proper redhat 9, it is asked for dependences that are not supported.  the time expense trying to supply the dependences is very great. 

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Today's Topics:

1. Re: instala?ao no redwall firewall (Peter C. Norton)
2. Re: instala?ao no redwall firewall (seth vidal)
3. forcing yum to bind to a different local ip address 
(David Mansfield)
4. Re: forcing yum to bind to a different local ip address
(Menno Smits)
5. Re: forcing yum to bind to a different local ip address
(Les Mikesell)


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Message: 1
Date: Thu, 6 Jul 2006 13:00:54 -0700
From: "Peter C. Norton" 
Subject: Re: [Yum] instala?ao no redwall firewall
To: "Yellowdog Updater, Modified" 
Message-ID: <20060706200054.GD27804 at lenin.net>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1

Fabio,

Nesta lista, e normal pedir respostas em ingles. Quasi ninguem fala
portugese aqui.

Sobre sua pergunta, a resposta e que todo e dependente do typo de
linux que se usa. Por example, para redhat enterprise server, tem
sites com os rpms e srpms que se pode usar (ou se construir) para
resolver todas dependencias.

Por favor responde com que linux usa-se e alguem deveria poder
responder com um lugar que (tomara que) tem todo.

In english, I'm saying in my broken portuguese that normally on this
list english is spoken, and almost no-one speaks portuguese (at least
that's my impression so far).

I said that everything depends on the distribution being used and that
for example redhat's enterprise server has sites with all of the rpms
and srpms available to use (or build).

I asked him to respond with the name of the linux distro he's using
and someone should be able to respond with a site that has (hopefully)
everything.

At least I think that's what I said.

-Peter

On Thu, Jul 06, 2006 at 03:06:34PM +0000, Fabio Aragao wrote:
> Amigos da lista, 
> 
> Como posso estar instalando o YUM numa distro qeu solicita inumeras dependencias ??
> existe uma maneira mais facil de instalar que nao solicite tantas dependencias ??
> ja instalei a versao mais antiga do YUm mas sempre pede algo!!!!
> 
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Message: 2
Date: Thu, 06 Jul 2006 16:24:45 -0400
From: seth vidal 
Subject: Re: [Yum] instala?ao no redwall firewall
To: "Yellowdog Updater, Modified" 
Message-ID: <1152217485.14618.10.camel at cutter>
Content-Type: text/plain

On Thu, 2006-07-06 at 13:00 -0700, Peter C. Norton wrote:
> Fabio,
> 
> Nesta lista, e normal pedir respostas em ingles. Quasi ninguem fala
> portugese aqui.
> 
> Sobre sua pergunta, a resposta e que todo e dependente do typo de
> linux que se usa. Por example, para redhat enterprise server, tem
> sites com os rpms e srpms que se pode usar (ou se construir) para
> resolver todas dependencias.
> 
> Por favor responde com que linux usa-se e alguem deveria poder
> responder com um lugar que (tomara que) tem todo.
> 
> In english, I'm saying in my broken portuguese that normally on this
> list english is spoken, and almost no-one speaks portuguese (at least
> that's my impression so far).
> 
> I said that everything depends on the distribution being used and that
> for example redhat's enterprise server has sites with all of the rpms
> and srpms available to use (or build).
> 
> I asked him to respond with the name of the linux distro he's using
> and someone should be able to respond with a site that has (hopefully)
> everything.
> 
> At least I think that's what I said.
> 
> -Peter

thank you for that, Peter.

Just for the record, I have no problem with folks speaking in languages
other than english on this list. I just can't help in a language other
than my own, I'm afraid.

-sv




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Message: 3
Date: Fri, 07 Jul 2006 10:01:04 -0400
From: David Mansfield 
Subject: [Yum] forcing yum to bind to a different local ip address 
To: yum at lists.dulug.duke.edu
Message-ID: <44AE6920.3090508 at dm.cobite.com>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1

Hi,

I'm using yum 2.6.1 from FC5 and I'd like to force yum to use a
different local ip interface (address) than the default. This is
exactly what the '-b' option to ssh does.

My workstation has two ip addresses (on eth0 and eth0:1).

The reason is that our LAN connects to two different ISP's. By
selecting the interface, we can select which ISP the traffic goes through.

Is it possible to force yum to bind to a different local ip
interface/address?

David



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Message: 4
Date: Fri, 07 Jul 2006 15:27:37 +0100
From: Menno Smits 
Subject: Re: [Yum] forcing yum to bind to a different local ip address
To: "Yellowdog Updater, Modified" 
Message-ID: <44AE6F59.9070002 at freshfoo.com>
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed

David Mansfield wrote:
> My workstation has two ip addresses (on eth0 and eth0:1).
> 
> The reason is that our LAN connects to two different ISP's. By
> selecting the interface, we can select which ISP the traffic goes through.
> 
> Is it possible to force yum to bind to a different local ip
> interface/address?

I don't think Yum can do this and it probably won't get added as a feature.

What about adding routes to the repositories via the gateway for the 
alternate link? For example:

ip route add repo.ip.addr via alt.gw.ip

where repo.ip.addr is the IP of the repository and alt.gw.ip is the 
gateway for the network on eth0:1. Do this for each repository you use.

Menno


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Message: 5
Date: Fri, 07 Jul 2006 10:01:19 -0500
From: Les Mikesell 
Subject: Re: [Yum] forcing yum to bind to a different local ip address
To: "Yellowdog Updater, Modified" 
Message-ID: <1152284479.29048.4.camel at moola.futuresource.com>
Content-Type: text/plain

On Fri, 2006-07-07 at 10:01 -0400, David Mansfield wrote:

> I'm using yum 2.6.1 from FC5 and I'd like to force yum to use a
> different local ip interface (address) than the default. This is
> exactly what the '-b' option to ssh does.
> 
> My workstation has two ip addresses (on eth0 and eth0:1).
> 
> The reason is that our LAN connects to two different ISP's. By
> selecting the interface, we can select which ISP the traffic goes through.
> 
> Is it possible to force yum to bind to a different local ip
> interface/address?

One approach is to tell yum to use a proxy on a different machine, with
the proxy server configured to use the desired gateway as the default.
If you have more than one machine to update you also gain local caching
if the proxy is configured to save files that large - and yum picks
the same mirror URL. You can either add the proxy in yum.conf or
export it as http_proxy in the environment.

-- 
Les Mikesell
lesmikesell at gmail.com




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