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    rhel-6.2 issue with Perlbase


    any body can help me with Perlbase package not available for RHEL-6.2???

    I need the package for some installation.

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmomo View Post
    any body can help me with Perlbase package not available for RHEL-6.2???

    I need the package for some installation.

    Thank you
    There is a package for CentOS 6 here:

    http://pkgs.org/centos-6-rhel-6/repo....rpm/download/

    If you are not familiar w/it, CentOS is a binary-compatible, completely free clone of Red Hat Enterprise Linux

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    thanks atreyu

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    would like to install google-chrome on my RHEL-6 and I have a lo of dependencies as libc.so.6 lsb, xdg-utils ... and its not easy with a just "sudo yum install $package" can install. any idea to figure out how to install packages (texmaker, flash-player, skype ... )on my RHEL-6.2 machine. Thanks for your help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmomo View Post
    would like to install google-chrome on my RHEL-6 and I have a lo of dependencies as libc.so.6 lsb, xdg-utils ... and its not easy with a just "sudo yum install $package" can install. any idea to figure out how to install packages (texmaker, flash-player, skype ... )on my RHEL-6.2 machine. Thanks for your help.
    Are you using the Google yum repository to install Chrome? If you do, then it should use yum to satisfy all the dependencies for you. You may still into some missing packages of course, but hopefully the list will be shorter.

    Here's a guide from Google on how to set up the yum repos and install Chrome:

    https://sites.google.com/site/imemor...red-hat-rhel-6
    Last edited by atreyu; 08-02-2012 at 02:13 AM. Reason: typo

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