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[Solved] How do I expand my list of yum repositories? (find perl module)

Back again 6 years later to apply the above posts.

A reinstall of the server from backup does not include this package.

The little Dell Optiplex GX260 small form that hosted SME server finally died.  The SME server has been reliable as gravity all this time.

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« Last Edit: March 09, 2016, 06:48:35 PM by LANMonkey »


A reinstall of the server from backup does not include this package.

The little Dell Optiplex GX260 small form that hosted SME server finally died.  The SME server has been reliable as gravity all this time.

It's a good idea to store the rpms of any contribs or add-ons in an i-bay, so that they are included in the backup, and are available post-restore for re-installation.

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It's a good idea to store the rpms of any contribs or add-ons in an i-bay, so that they are included in the backup, and are available post-restore for re-installation.

storing single rpms are tedious and prone to errors..

I suggest we include in the backup a list of installed contribs
Code: [Select]
yum list 'smeserver-*' | grep '@smecontribs' > contribs_list
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I suggest we include in the backup a list of installed contribs

Not a bad idea, but doesn't solve OP's problem, that he needs a particular old rpm which he now can't find.

LANMonkey, rather than post to this [SOLVED] thread about yum repositories, perhaps you should start a new thread about the elusive perl module rpm which you are seeking (again).

I am looking for a perl module that is not installed, as near as I can tell, HTML::TreeBuilder.

Maybe you should be looking for perl-HTML-Tree:

http://search.cpan.org/~cjm/HTML-Tree-5.03/lib/HTML/TreeBuilder.pm

This might be good for you:

ftp://rpmfind.net/linux/RPM/atrpms/el5/x86_64/stable/perl-HTML-Tree-3.18-6.0.el5.noarch.html
« Last Edit: March 08, 2016, 08:45:59 PM by CharlieBrady »


Thanks for posting, but that was an old problem, long ago resolved.

That's what you get for hijacking a thread... :-)

FYI, there is no Dag repo for el6. That's probably got something to do with your problem.

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FYI, there is no Dag repo for el6. That's probably got something to do with your problem.

Actually, I think there is.  I'm giving it a try.

https://wiki.contribs.org/Dag#tab=For_SME_9


Actually, I think there is.

You are right. For some reason it is not showing up in rpmfind searches.