On 01/14/2018 10:52 AM, David King wrote:
On 01/14/2018 12:31 PM, JD wrote:Sorry to say: No :(
In my current situation, I would NEED to beThe first hit from a Google search for "fedora repo on usb" is:
able to download all the Packages, save
them all on a thumb drive, and make
yum use that as the repo, to fix my problems
with a non-networked machined.
en/question/29254/cache-all-th e-content-of-fedora-repo-to-a- usb-key/
Does that do what you want?
because I do not have my f27 new install on-line.
It's wifi does not work as is because f27 does not include the drivers and the firmware for it's wifi Broadcom chipset.
So there is no way.
Also, reposync will sync the OS version of the running OS.
My networked machine runs an old fedora, so cannot sync
up with f27.
If there is a way to do that, I would love to know the incantation.