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Old 10-08-2008, 05:48 PM
Joe Pruett
 
Default rpmforge, perl-dbd-mysql, yum, priorities, centos, and you

also, i'd like to suggest that the priorities plugin be made added to the
base install and that the centos-base repos be configured with priority 1.
it looks like c4 has the priority setting, but c5 doesn't and neither have
the plugin installed. it seems like this would create a little more
stable setup for people when they start adding other repos.


i forgot to add to my suggestion: make the check_obsoletes option in
yum-priorities be enabled by default for c5 as it is in c4.

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Old 10-08-2008, 05:48 PM
Joe Pruett
 
Default rpmforge, perl-dbd-mysql, yum, priorities, centos, and you

also, i'd like to suggest that the priorities plugin be made added to the
base install and that the centos-base repos be configured with priority 1.
it looks like c4 has the priority setting, but c5 doesn't and neither have
the plugin installed. it seems like this would create a little more
stable setup for people when they start adding other repos.


i forgot to add to my suggestion: make the check_obsoletes option in
yum-priorities be enabled by default for c5 as it is in c4.

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Old 10-09-2008, 03:42 PM
Joe Pruett
 
Default rpmforge, perl-dbd-mysql, yum, priorities, centos, and you

Anything like this would probably have to be an upstream thing. But it
would probably be a good idea for people to put this into their
kickstart configs...


i think that the yum setup diverges from upstream already, so i don't see
this as a big change from that.

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