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Old 02-03-2010, 01:58 PM
Andre Robatino
Default yum localdowngrade option?

In testing a new version of a package, I'd like to be able to switch
between older and newer versions without having to repeatedly download
either one. Yum can update using local RPMs with the localupdate
option, but I don't see anything like a localdowngrade option. Is there
another way to do this (other than erase and localinstall)? I'm asking


claims that "there are no known reasons to use rpm instead of yum".

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