Yeah I've seen that information. Correct me if I am wrong, but it looks like there is still a good deal of work to be done to bring the EPEL-6 repo up to the level of completeness that EPEL-5 is at.
What I don't want to do is rebuild this only to find myself still needing Fedora-12 repos to get all of my applications back up and running. I think I'd feel comfortable doing this once you guys thought you were at (let's put a precise number on a fuzzy guess) 90% completeness. Do you feel like you are that far along or do you still feel like there are some significant gaps in packages that need to be brought over?
Thanks for your help,
go here:On Tue, 2010-08-03 at 10:26 -0500, Jason Tholstrup wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm just trying to gauge where you guys feel like you are at in the
> build out of EPEL-6. I've tried to find the info but I'm honestly a
> little lost when I try to navigate the web site. At any rate I'm
> currently running RHEL-6 with Fedora-12 as a supplemental repo (which
> is sort of a giant mess). At some point I'd like to start over and go
> RHEL/EPEL 6, but not until there's a fuller ecosystem in place.
> Anyway, I'm just trying to get my bearings here in the Red Hat world
> and any high level guidance would be helpful.
and then it will link you to:
pick your arch and you're on the way.
in short - there are a bunch of pkgs already ready for rhel6.
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