Opened 16 years ago

Closed 16 years ago

#266 closed enhancement (fixed)

Fedora should be in one repo

Reported by: Matt Anderson Owned by: Bruno Cornec
Priority: lowest Milestone: 2.2.7
Component: mondo Version: 2.2.6
Severity: minor Keywords:


Starting with Fedora 7 upstream no longer has the concept of Base and Extras. Mondo should update their Fedora mirrors to reflect this change as well. If everything was consolidated into a Fedora distro directory, which would include a .repo file, that would be the only thing a user would need to pull down manually before using Yum to handle the rest of the Mondo installation. This should make for a better user experience for those getting started with Mondo on Fedora.

Change History (4)

comment:1 by Bruno Cornec, 16 years ago

Status: newassigned

In fact there is one repo file per fedora (and other rpm based distro) version now automatically created. e.g.:

Is it what you're looking for ?

comment:2 by Matt Anderson, 16 years ago

I think the main thing is the rpms currently in that are required to run mondo. Would it be possible to include these in the repo?

comment:3 by Bruno Cornec, 16 years ago

Ok. Let me explain:

rpms currently in where provided to the Fedora upstream project in order to integrate mondo in Fedora. Cf:

But now, I'm nore working on having direct good packages, and I think I should remove that fedora-extras dir (it doesn't contain any repo file as I generated them more recently).

Hope this clarifies Fedora integration (long history, and no success up to now, when I've done gentoo in parallel with way less problems.)

comment:4 by Bruno Cornec, 16 years ago

Resolution: fixed
Status: assignedclosed
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