When a new rpm is added to a yum repository server, the cache in the client machine makes the new rpm unreachable. To check for update of repositories, run the following command in the client.
Then you can try to search for your new rpm by
- yum list <new rpm package>
Reference: How do I get yum to see updates to a local repo without cleaning cache?
Webtatic.com provides its own repository. If you want to get the latest packages such as PHP and MySQL, you can consider adding it to your yum repo by the following steps.
1. Add the yum repository information
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Last time when i tried to install Tomcat6 from JPackage Repository using yum, it prompts the following error.
Continue reading JPackage – Missing Dependency Problem on Tomcat6 Installation
The default CentOS repository is quite old and i cannot find what i need. The JPackage Project is designed for providing up-to-date java packages for Linux user. Please refer to the JPackage Official Website for more details.
Continue reading JPackage – Yum Repositories for CentOS, Fedora and Redhat
When i tried to install some packages using yum install, the shell prompts me some Missing Dependency errors. And it suggests using package-cleanup to work around the problem.
Continue reading yum-utils – Check Missing Dependency Problem in Yum
The virtual linux inside the Cisco AXP is terrible… LoL
After i have made the yum work, i use it to install many necessary software. To install vim using yum, use the following command.
Continue reading Yum – vim Installation
Finally i make the yum work in the virtual linux inside the Cisco AXP 1.5. That virtual linux has a Cisco Built Linux Kernel which only has some basic commands and i need to install many software on it in order to make my application works. One of the pre-requisites is PHP 5.2 but unfortunately, the default CentOS repository – http://mirror.centos.org/ only provides PHP5.1.
Continue reading CentOS – PHP5.2 Installation