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    Re: PostInstallerF

    BenTrein : In very old versions, this was possible; latest updates on 'yad', made ​​changes, so PostInstallerF, lost this functionality, we are working to restore this functionality only for "Install" and "GnomeShell/extensions ". However the above is not recommended due to critical functions (Configure/Tuning), for example the installation of video drivers. In the next few hours, we will make the suggested changes only for "Install" and "GnomeShell/extensions ".

    Enjoy!
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    Re: PostInstallerF

    I'm about to give PostInstallerF a test run. I think you should get rid of the -y switch for the yum install
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    su -'yum -y localinstall http://sourceforge.net/projects/postinstaller/files/Fedora%2018/postinstallerf-1.0.1-1.fc18.noarch.rpm' 
    I wanted to see what the dependencies were before committing to the install but, since I wasn't paying close enough attention, the program was installed ....

    No harm done. Just my 2 cents worth.
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    Why do I sudeenly have these new repositories?

    Decided to try out PostInstallerF last night so I installed it via the link provided in the relevant thread, http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showth...postinstallerf. After playing with PostInstallerF for a few minutes I typed (for reasons unrelated to PostInstallerF) yum repolist and noticed that I now have several Russian repos installed.
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    repo id                                    repo name                                                     status
    _local                                     Automatic local repo. (manged by the "local" yum plugin).            204
    adobe-linux-x86_64                         Adobe Systems Incorporated                                             2
    fedora/18/x86_64                           Fedora 18 - x86_64                                            33,752+116
    infinality/18/x86_64                       Infinality                                                            40
    infinality-noarch/18                       Infinality - noarch                                                    1
    rpm-local                                  Fedora 18 - x86_64 Local                                            34+3
    rpmfusion-free/18/x86_64                   RPM Fusion for Fedora 18 - Free                                      469
    rpmfusion-free-updates/18/x86_64           RPM Fusion for Fedora 18 - Free - Updates                            104
    rpmfusion-nonfree/18/x86_64                RPM Fusion for Fedora 18 - Nonfree                                 210+4
    rpmfusion-nonfree-updates/18/x86_64        RPM Fusion for Fedora 18 - Nonfree - Updates                       60+24
    russianfedora-free/18/x86_64               Russian Fedora for Fedora 18 - Free                                145+2
    russianfedora-free-updates/18/x86_64       Russian Fedora for Fedora 18 - Free - Updates                         24
    russianfedora-nonfree/18/x86_64            Russian Fedora for Fedora 18 - Nonfree                                25
    russianfedora-nonfree-updates/18/x86_64    Russian Fedora for Fedora 18 - Nonfree - Updates                       4
    *updates/18/x86_64                         Fedora 18 - x86_64 - Updates                                   10,383+16
    repolist: 45,457
    I can't say whether these repos existed immediately before I installed PostInstallerF or if they're related to the program, but they certainly haven't been there for very long. I'm all over yum on my systems so I would notice right away if repos change.

    ????? As Dan would say, whuzzup?
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    Re: Why do I sudeenly have these new repositories?

    I have them too, so I suspect that they've been enacted by PostInstallerF.. So, let's ask. So, Debo2111, is PostInstallerF adding repos? If so, why, and if necessary, why not set them to disabled once your script has run?
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    Re: PostInstallerF

    Guides and Solutions. No questions. Shame on us
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    Re: PostInstallerF

    Well, there's always

    PHP Code:
    su -'sed -i 's/enabled=1/enabled=0/g' /etc/yum.repos.d/russianfedora-*' 
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    yum repolist 
    Code:
    _local                                   Automatic local repo. (manged by the "local" yum plugin).              204
    adobe-linux-x86_64                       Adobe Systems Incorporated                                               2
    fedora/18/x86_64                         Fedora 18 - x86_64                                              33,752+116
    infinality/18/x86_64                     Infinality                                                              40
    infinality-noarch/18                     Infinality - noarch                                                      1
    rpm-local                                Fedora 18 - x86_64 Local                                              34+3
    rpmfusion-free/18/x86_64                 RPM Fusion for Fedora 18 - Free                                        469
    rpmfusion-free-updates/18/x86_64         RPM Fusion for Fedora 18 - Free - Updates                              104
    rpmfusion-nonfree/18/x86_64              RPM Fusion for Fedora 18 - Nonfree                                   210+4
    rpmfusion-nonfree-updates/18/x86_64      RPM Fusion for Fedora 18 - Nonfree - Updates                         60+24
    *updates/18/x86_64                       Fedora 18 - x86_64 - Updates                                     10,383+16
    repolist: 45,259
    That fixes things right up ...
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    Re: PostInstallerF

    Glenn, that's good and perhaps debo2111 will consider adding it as a final step when the script closes. As to asking questions, that's for the initial post, but we sure need to ask them when the guide throws us a curve.
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    Re: PostInstallerF

    Hi Bob and glennzo, Russian Fedora. This is an essential thirdparty repository/ Community repositories , officially compatible with Fedora http://rpmfusion.org/FedoraThirdPartyRepos.

    Just think, example: if you have installed skype, opera, chromium via PostInstallerF Why are updated? because "Rusian Fedora" are responsible for packaging them and maintain them.

    You install dropbox, you will have a dropbox repository, you install Google Chrome, you also have another repository more... and this does not install the PostInstallerF

    PostInstallerF, was proposed to be in the official repositories of Fedora, if I remove rpmfusion, Russian Fedora and several proprietary programs/install drivers. This would be castrate PostInstallerF. and have better benefits Gnome Software https://live.gnome.org/Design/Apps/Software

    If you want disable Russian Fedora is very simple:

    from Configure/Tunig

    Enable/disable repos

    or

    From a terminal

    su -c 'gpk-prefs'
    Last edited by debo2011; 6th February 2013 at 05:24 PM.

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    Re: PostInstallerF

    So, just adding RussianFedora repos eliminates adding a bunch of other repos when you've added opera/chrome/etc. Since they're listed as 3rd. party repos similar to RPMFusion, then it makes sense to leave them active to get your updates.

    Thanks for explaining.
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    Re: PostInstallerF

    Bob: yes this is correct (less Dropbox and Chrome). It is a tremendous work of Russian Fedora Community repositories. The Fedora community is very large. In PostInstallerF, some programs also have been packaged as: Mobilmedia Converter, 'Arista transcoder' etc. 64bit not yet completed, for monetary reasons. Soon we will solve.

    If anyone wants to package it for 64 bits (xorg-input-wizardpen, hypervc, tupi, or mmc), is welcome. PostInstallerF will thank you
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    Re: PostInstallerF

    Just a quick tip to anyone who's used Glennzo's code to disable the Russian repos: You'll have to enable each of them one-by-one if you want to use PostInstallerF again. Simply starting PostInstallerF will not re-enable them and while it will start normally, it may not complete any installations.
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    Re: PostInstallerF

    You could also use
    PHP Code:
    yum --enablerepo=russian* <do whatever you need to do> 
    And to debo2011, nice piece of work. Congrats to you and your project peers.
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    Re: PostInstallerF

    True, but I didn't want to have the newer members enabling rawhide, updates-testing, etc.

    Might get a just a little messy during the next yum update!

    Of course, if you've disabled them and then enabled them, it's best to do 'yum repolist' to make sure that only the correct ones are enabled. (Aside to Glenn, wouldn't you have to leave your terminal open while enabled for PostInstallerF to work? Once closed, those repos would go back to disabled, right?)
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    Re: PostInstallerF

    Thanks, glennzo and Bob; many suggestions have changed the PostInstallerF, and ideas that arise even when sleeping.haha

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    Re: PostInstallerF

    Bob. Right on all counts. My bad, but then that's the mentality of a command line junky (me).

    Scratch that suggestion then. Best to use debo2011's method and leave my method for the crazies.
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