Right now, there has not anything like AptonCd on Fedora. But its not very
difficult to backup the installation archive.
As you prefer GUI, I am trying to make the steps as simpler as possible.
1. Open a terminal and be root by typing:
2. Now type:
3. Now browse through nautilus, and go to FIle System (/) > etc
4. Now open yum.conf file, and edit the line keepcache=0, change the value
from 0 to 1. And save the file.
5. Restart your computer.
From now on, whatever package you install, it will be store the
packages on /var/cache/yum directory. Before u go for a fresh
of Fedora, just copy the whole yum directory (under /var/cache) to your
other removal drive. And after installation just replace the new yum
directory with your old archived yum directory. This will do the work.
NB: You will still need internet to update the metadata in this method. If
you want full offline process, let me know, I will explain you.
On Sat, Sep 18, 2010 at 10:50 AM, ultimato combat---gals <
hiiiiiii I am very new to fedora but use to with ubuntu an have
migrated from ubuntu to fedora but suprisingly i am unable to find any
gui in fedora like aptoncd on ubuntu wich lets user to back up there
installed software and the user not have to download the software
again and agin
please help me out if there is no such GUI then please show me the
method manually how i
can backup my installed software so that when i format my system able
to installed them via command prompt......
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