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Originally Posted by atreyu and in the future, set keepcache=1 in yum.conf , then packages will be saved to the directory defined by cachedir in yum.conf (e.g., /var/cache/yum/arch/blah/ ). openSUSE ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by atreyu View Post
    and in the future, set keepcache=1 in yum.conf, then packages will be saved to the directory defined by cachedir in yum.conf (e.g., /var/cache/yum/arch/blah/).
    openSUSE not Fedora. zypper not yum. Just saying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bcbuch View Post
    openSUSE not Fedora. zypper not yum. Just saying.
    yup, true nuff. i saw yum and was off to the races...the zypper equivalent is keeppackages.
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    +1 that would be it.

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