On 07/20/2012 02:34 PM, m.roth@xxxxxxxxx wrote: > Ned Slider wrote: >> On 20/07/12 16:55, m.roth@xxxxxxxxx wrote: >>> Jay Leafey wrote: >>>> On 07/20/2012 10:32 AM, m.roth@xxxxxxxxx wrote: >>>>> Now that he's up, which was my highest priority, I'm back to looking >>>>> around. I did a yum clean all, then yum --enablerepo=elrepo list >>> ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ >>>>> \*nvidia\*, and see >>>>> * elrepo: mirror.symnds.com >>>>> so this was what the mirrorlist came up with. That there's something >>>>> screwy there. >>>>> >>>>> So I just pointed my browser there, and found elrepo there under >>>>> distributions/elrepo. Anyone got any ideas why it finds that it's >>>>> there, but yum doesn't see the actual repo (and yes, the >>>>> kmod-nvidia packages are there)? >>> <snip> >>>> Just a thought, have you tried flushing yum's metadata? I have run >>>> across a couple of instances where yum seems to get a bit... retentive >>>> and won't retrieve new metadata for one or more repositories. I >>>> usually >>>> run "yum clean metadata" or "yum clean all", then re-try the operation. >>>> Unless it is something *I* have boogered badly it usually works. >>>> >>> See emphasized line, above, from previous email. ^^^^^^^^ >> >> Please post the output from: >> >> cat /etc/yum.repos.d/elrepo.repo >> >> and >> >> yum list \*kmod-nvidia\* >> >> thanks. > Y'know, I appreciate any and all help, but I'm beginning to feel those > trying to help haven't actually *read* my previous posts. Jay suggested I > do a yum clean all, when I already said I'd done that; Ned's asking for > what the repo looks like, when I posted the top bit and said the rest of > the entries were the same.... > > Repeating my original post: > ### Name: ELRepo.org Community Enterprise Linux Repository for el6 > ### URL: http://elrepo.org/ > > [elrepo] > name=ELRepo.org Community Enterprise Linux Repository - el6 > baseurl=http://elrepo.org/linux/elrepo/el6/$basearch/ > mirrorlist=http://elrepo.org/mirrors-elrepo.el6 > enabled=0 > gpgcheck=1 > gpgkey=file:///etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-elrepo.org > protect=0 > includepkgs=kmod-nvidia > > and the entries for elrepo-testing, elrepo-kernel, and elrepo-extras are > the same. >> PS - This query would really be better placed on the elrepo users >> mailing lists rather than the general CentOS mailing lists. > But the real question not about elrepo, which clearly *has* kmod-nvidia, > but why yum can't find the repo, and that is on target for this list. The problem is that you do not ONLY need kmod-nvidia ... you also need "nvidia-x11-drv" from elrepo ... however, you only have "includepkgs=kmod-nvidia" in your config, so the requirements of "nvidia-x11-drv" can not be met. If you add "nvidia-x11-drv" to your includepkgs line, it should work fine.
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