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selpra
11th June 2005, 03:03 AM
After installation of Fedora core 3 in my system, i've downloaded yum.conf from the internet . i'm now running "yum update". Is it corrrect what i m doing? Is yum.conf is system file?
Without checking the presence of yum.conf in my machine, i've downloaded and saved in /etc...
Will this create any problem for updattion? kindly help me.....mine is AMD 65 bit Athlon....
selva

vishnumrao
11th June 2005, 03:37 AM
Check out the fedorafaq.org site for answers to most of your questions.

I will recommend the yum.conf file that they have provided.

yes, save it in /etc/ folder as yum.conf.

Running a yum update is the right way to go.

I will recommend putting enabled=0 for the third party repositories until you are comfortable with yum and are accustomed to fixing problems(like removing rpms etc).

If you are going to be using third party repos, be careful not to use rpms from both livna.org and others like freshrpms.net, dag, atrpms etc. the latter three are compatible with each other.

All the best,
Enjoy,
Vishnu Murahari Rao.

Edit: before the yum update you will have to import the GPG keys as mentioned in the fedorafaq. ( Jus copy n paste)