I followed these steps:
1. But I didn't delete in step 5 because I don't yet know how to.
2. I get permission denied warning when I try to open the rpforge configuration file by typing in /etc/yum.repos.d/rpmforge.repo
3. And I get no package phpmyadmin available when I do yum install phpmyadmin. This is what worries me as I want to install phpmyadmin, php and ftp, among others.
I'm on a CentOS 6.2 dedi
Could someone be kind enough to instruct me what may be wrong?
I am typing ./getinfo.sh package into putty, but I'm being told
-bash: ./getinfo.sh: No such file or directory
And I get no package phpmyadmin available when I do yum install phpmyadmin. This is what worries me as I want to install phpmyadmin, php and ftp, among others.
Are you perhaps forgetting the steps that say "save the script to a file using the link above, for example "getinfo.sh", or save it to a local directory, change the permissions to make it executable and run it"?
But undoing what you've done is simple enough. As root, do yum remove rpmforge-release.
then edit all the files in /etc/yum.repos.d/*.repo to add, for all repositories marked enabled=1, a line with priority= and an appropriate number as indicated in yum-plugin-priorities
Hey buddy I noticed you didn't respond to this post. Was it incoherent or is it offtopic as knowing how to edit files belongs in a linux forum, not a centos forum?
...so I'm trying to download the getinfo script by doing wget, and I don't know how to change the permissions to make it executable. Also, once I do find out how to make it executable, I wouldn't know how to extract it out of linux in order to paste it your pastebin on the internet.
It would probably end up sitting somewhere in the linux directories and I wouldn't know how to get it to my windows and its browsers.
The use of wget should be good. There are quite explicit instructions in How to provide information about your system.
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