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You can use subscription-manager to register.rhel_repo | 2.9 k B ... repo id repo name status RHEL_6.4_Disc RHEL_6.4_x86_64_Disc 3,648rhel_repo RHEL_6.4_x86_64_Local 3,648If you have multiple Redhat servers you may want to create a single Redhat repository accessible by all other servers on the network. Detailed installation and configuration of Apache web server is beyond the scope of this guide therefore, we assume that your httpd daemon ( Apache webserver ) is already configured.
In order to make your new repository accessible via http configure your apache with /rhel_repo/ directory created in previous section as document root directory or simply copy entire directory to: /var/www/html/ ( default document root ).
I am trying to connect to the following repository so I can update my YUM packages: honestly I have no idea how to do that from SSH though - any guidance is very appreciative.
Yum downloads the package lists automatically, and the repositories are configured in files under /etc/yum.repos.d.
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To use them again, simply put them back with the proper extension and they'll work fine.
The resolve this issue we can create a local file repository sitting somewhere on the filesystem.
To aid us with this plan we will use a createrepo utility.
When using a remote HTTP Redhat repository you may also want to configure GPGCHECK as part of your repository to make sure that no packages had been tampered to prior their installation.
After installation of RHEL 8, Linux package repositories need to be enabled before you are able to install new packages. Unable to read consumer identity This system is not registered to Red Hat Subscription Management.