On 01/15/18 01:31, JD wrote:
I do understand that robots are not allowed.
In my current situation, I would NEED to be
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.
I don't know why you're making things so difficult.
On a system with a functional internet connection you can find out what packages are
needed to install the broadcom-wl package from RPMfusion in one of 2 ways.
1. In a Virtual Machine boot the Live-OS of the spin installed on the laptop.
2. Install the RPMfusion repos to the Live-OS.
3. Issue the command dnf --downloadonly --downloaddir=/tmp install broadcom-wl
4. Transfer the downloaded rpm file to external media
5. Make sure that "kernel" packages downloaded match the kernel version on the
laptop and if not download those from koji.
1. Do the exact same as above but after installing the Live-OS in a VM
1. Boot the Live-OS on bare metal and do the same as above
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