I have a sort of red-carpet messed up Fedora installation. I could
afford to see what this open carpet program can do. It started to work
Open-Carpet is actually more for running a Red-Carpet server. It can
generate the required Metadata.
If you are just a user wanting to use red-carpet for updating, you simply
need install red-carpet for RH9, and then do:
rug service-add http://open-carpet.org
To add in the open-carpet.org's servers. Next, you need to subscribe to
some channels, either from rug (command-line client), or from the
until I got so far into using the installation. I then got some
with red-carpet bombing.
I don't follow here. You were installing red-carpet and it bombed? I
hope you weren't trying to install Ximian Desktop 2 on fedora, I suspect
that would result in an almost unfixable mess.
I'll google for the link to the program.
Information on open-carpet:
The version of Red-carpet you need to use is:
If you have an older version installed, make sure you restart the rcd
service after installing the new version, as the cilents and daemon aren't
compatible between 1.4.x and 2.x.
Now I just wish Red-Carpet had it's own rhn-applet-gui sort of thing. Of
course, I also wish that rcd could directly read YUM and APT repos, but I
am braking up the wrong tree to mention that on this list.
-- noah silva
Everything that you know is wrong, but you can be straightened out.
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