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On Thu, 2010-12-09 at 15:41 -0500, Edward Bailey wrote:You could work on a plugin to handle it - but - still you're right it's
> Thanks for your time - that is too bad since we are tied to RHEL4 for
> the foreseeable future. The exclude option did work but that could
> turn into a issue given the number of rpms our custom code requires.
just not going to be elegant.
You could also try any of the ports of yum 3.2.X to rhel4 from the
centos folks. Can't promise they'll handle everything but it is worth a
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