Make Sure Public Repos Are Setup

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You should verify that the public mirror list and yum repositories have be set up.

  • Check the public repository mirror listing(s) for the release:
  • If you don't see a text mirror list file for the 64 bit release you need to do the following:
    • Create and add the missing files to html/mirrors on the development machine.
    • Edit the yum/pkgs/nstweb/pkginfo.xml file and bump the release number and update the dependency list for the new mirror files added.
    • Push out the mirrors and initial empty yum repositories by running the following commands on the development machine:
[root@dev repo]# cd ~/nstpro
[root@dev nstpro]# make upload-repo

NOTE: If there are any errors, you may need to log into the mirrors to create the top level directories.

NOTE: You skip this step for interim releases.

NOTE: To create an empty repository at, log into the web server and run the following commands:

cd ~/public_html/repo/nst
install -d f34 && ln -s ../empty f34/x86_64