OK, maybe I don't write the right word, what I really need is an upgrade
(eg.: from PHP5.1.x to PHP5.2.x, and so on) and I don't know do that using
yum. What I do until know is downloading the packages from rpmfind.net and
when they request me some dependencies I download those packages again, and
again, and again......and that's what I want to avoid
Alberto Garc?a G?mez M:.M:.
Administrador de Redes/Webmaster
IPI "Carlos Marx", Matanzas. Cuba.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Filipe Brandenburger" <filbranden at gmail.com>
To: "CentOS mailing list" <centos at centos.org>
Sent: Thursday, July 23, 2009 11:04 AM
Subject: Re: [CentOS] UPDATE over REPO
2009/7/23 Alberto Garc?a G?mez <alberto at ipimtzcm.rimed.cu>:
I'm not talking of make a "yum -y update"; is more liked an intelligent
"rpm" with REPO connection. ;-)
"yum" is "rpm" with repository connection and dependency solving.
There currently is no way to have RPM download and install
dependencies by itself, that is what "yum" is for.
You should look into using "createrepo" to create a "yum" repository.
It is not that hard.
Alternatively, you should look into already existing repositories for
CentOS that contain the versions of Apache and PHP that you want.
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