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    Default which packages I must download for make localrepo

    I want download I need for OpenSuse 11.3 for make local repo , so I go to this web pages

    Index of /pub/linux/misc/packman/suse/11.3

    and I see these directories
    Code:
    i586
    and
    Code:
    i686
    and
    Code:
    noarch
    and
    Code:
    nosrc
    and
    Code:
    src
    and
    Code:
    x86_64
    So I want install OpenSuse 11.3 x64 , I download all packages are in
    Code:
    x86_64
    Do I need download other packages are in other directory or no?
    Do I need download packages are in noarch , nsrc and src directories , for make local repo or no ?
    and another questions how I can make localk repo with opensuse , I want copy all files on my HDD and make local repo and install all packages I need

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    Default Re: which packages I must download for make localrepo

    I can't make out what you want to do:

    Perhaps this is what you need:
    Multimedia Pack Portable for openSUSE 11.3
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    Default Re: which packages I must download for make localrepo

    Sorry for my bad English
    all of us know packages in DVD of OpenSUSE are limit and we do not have all packages we need . in home I do not have internet connection and I can not connect to internet and download and install everything I need , in work place I have internet connection and I want download all packages are use by OpenSUSE 11.3 and then move them to home and make localrepo and start install all packages I need , So I go to that link and I download all packages are in
    Code:
    x86_64
    with rsync
    so my question is after download all packages are in x86_64 directory do I need download other packages are in src or other packages for make localrepo ?
    I do this with Fedora and download all things and make local repo

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    Default Re: which packages I must download for make localrepo

    _64 bit option here
    Multimedia Pack Portable for openSUSE 11.3

    Just follow the instructions. There is even a video guide.
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    Default Re: which packages I must download for make localrepo

    On 2010-12-01 09:06, mfaridi wrote:

    > 'Index of /pub/linux/misc/packman/suse/11.3'
    > (http://ftp.gwdg.de/pub/linux/misc/packman/suse/11.3/)


    > i586


    No, skip.

    > i686


    No

    > noarch


    Yes

    > nosrc


    Yes

    > src


    No, unless you want sources

    > x86_64


    Yes.

    For the 64 bit architecture, that is.

    > and another questions how I can make localk repo with opensuse , I want
    > copy all files on my HDD and make local repo and install all packages I
    > need


    This I do not understand.

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    Carlos E. R.
    (from 11.2 x86_64 "Emerald" at Telcontar)

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    Default Re: which packages I must download for make localrepo

    in home I do not have another computer , so I can not move rpm files and make localrepo , So I have to make local repo on my HDD , I want install OpenSuse 11.3 with DVD and install some application are on DVD , after that I want put all rpm files on my HDD and make localrepo and install other application from my Hard Disk , I do this with Fedora

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    Default Re: which packages I must download for make localrepo

    There is an option to create local repositories in YaST's Software Repositories. When you click "Add" to add a repository you are given several options; the default is set to "Specify URL ...", but somewhere down the list there is also "Local Directory ...".

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    Default Re: which packages I must download for make localrepo

    On 2010-12-01 14:36, mfaridi wrote:
    >
    > in home I do not have another computer , so I can not move rpm files and
    > make localrepo , So I have to make local repo on my HDD , I want
    > install OpenSuse 11.3 with DVD and install some application are on DVD ,
    > after that I want put all rpm files on my HDD and make localrepo and
    > install other application from my Hard Disk , I do this with Fedora


    I repeat that you have to do it manually yourself.

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    Carlos E. R.
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    Default Re: which packages I must download for make localrepo

    thanks
    Lord_Emsworth
    I do not have good experience with OpenSUSE , in Fedora we have
    Code:
     createrepo
    command and we make local repo ,
    can I use this command for make localrepo in OpenSUSE ?

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    Default Re: which packages I must download for make localrepo

    I assume you might add local directories as repositories in zypper in just the same way that you add remote repositories.

    Code:
    zypper ar dir:///path/to/local/directory Name
    Watch out for the spaces.

    ETA: For instance you could create the folder "local_repo" on your /home partition and the decide to name your repository "Local_Repo":
    Code:
    zypper ar dir:///home/local_repo Local_Repo
    Again, watch out for the spaces.

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