I am new to Suse. can anybody tell me is there any way to create local yum repository using Suse DVD?(Like the one we create in Redhat enterprise linux) If yes please tell me those steps.
on 12/02/2009 – Made popular on 12/02/2009
Why does this happen? I am (this time) trying to install Atmel's gnu-avr toolchain. Atmel's web site gives the repository as http:www.atmel.no/avr32/suse/11.0/i586. I put that into YAST2's repository manager, and it comes back with "unable to create repository from URL..."
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