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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by dragonengineer, Feb 21, 2005.

  1. dragonengineer

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    I am installing Cpanel on Fedora 2.

    1) Clean reinstall of Fedeor 2 on 386 computer -- All default settings other than "Text mode" and "No firewall - SInce I assume cpanel will want to do it". I also configured the partitions as outlined in Cpanel Instructions.

    2) When I tried to run "sh latest" to install cpanel, I got the following error:

    "You must update your /etc/yum.conf" from one of the fedora 2 core mirrors.

    Any ideas what the issue is and how to fix it.

    Thanks
     
  2. BenThomas

    BenThomas Well-Known Member

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    It's fairly self-explanatory. You need to set the mirrors for your yum updates in yum.conf. The default ones are not allowed.
     
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    Thanks for your reply but it is not clear to me how to set up mirrors for yum update! (I am a novice Linux user as my comment shows). Where can find a step by step process to set the mirror up.
     
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    do a search in the forum, I can remember a week ago somebody posting a yum.config tutorial
     
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    I used the command "yum update" which took about 30 minutes and seems to update everything. But I still get the orginal error message when trying "sh latest".:confused:
     
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