From: Paul S. Gumerman (psg_at_cooldog.com)
Date: Thu 05 May 2005 - 21:44:24 BST
That's part of what vserver create should be installing, but it can't
Daniel Hokka Zakrisson wrote:
> Paul S. Gumerman wrote:
>> I'm following (and correcting where I can) the CentOS distribution
>> howto here: http://linux-vserver.org/CentOS_HowTo
>> this is on a dual Opteron box, using the x86_64 arch, and I'm having
>> a problem with yum.
>> It seems that the $releasever variable is not being set to "4" or
>> "4.0", and so when yum attempts to grab info from the repository, it
>> is trying to access
>> instead of
>> I tried the obvious step of exporting releasever=4, but that had no
>> Can anyone help?
> You should install the centos-release package, or whatever the package
> that provides redhat-release is called in CentOS.
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