On 11/29/2010 02:03 PM, brandon wrote:
Is there an easier way to get the SRC RPMs without YUM?
I find the YUM repo a very frustrating way of getting the software. I
want the the src RPMs so I can rebuild them myself, but I don't want to
get the version that is pushed via yum by default. I have F13, which is
pulling 389-ds-base 126.96.36.199. I want the latest stable, 1.2.6 and its
389-ds-base-188.8.131.52 is the latest stable release. It was
pushed to the
stable repository over the weekend on F-13. It it currently in the
queue to be pushed to stable for F-14.
You can see the older versions of available packages via yum by doing a
"yum list available --showduplicates". You can then install the version
you want explicitly.
389 users mailing list