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fredrik.nygren at gotamedia

Feb 19, 2009, 7:50 AM

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Varnish 2.0.3 RPM packages for Redhat EL 5

Hi,
Is it possible to download Varnish 2.0.3 rpm's for Redhat EL5? If so
from where?

Regards
Fredrik Nygren


cherife at dotimes

Feb 19, 2009, 6:43 PM

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Varnish 2.0.3 RPM packages for Redhat EL 5 [In reply to]

On Thu, 19 Feb 2009 at 15:50:17 +0100, Fredrik Nygren wrote:

> Hi,
> Is it possible to download Varnish 2.0.3 rpm's for Redhat EL5? If so
> from where?
If you've got an RHEL subscription, just ask Redhat.
If not, you could package Varnish of your own.
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Rgds,
Cherife.
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ingvar at redpill-linpro

Feb 24, 2009, 8:48 AM

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Varnish 2.0.3 RPM packages for Redhat EL 5 [In reply to]

* Fredrik Nygren
> Is it possible to download Varnish 2.0.3 rpm's for Redhat EL5? If so
> from where?
>
Until they are pushed for epel stable, the packages are available here:

http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/epel/testing/5/x86_64/

Ingvar


ingvar.hagelund at redpill-linpro

Feb 24, 2009, 3:45 PM

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Varnish 2.0.3 RPM packages for Redhat EL 5 [In reply to]

* Fredrik Nygren
> > Is it possible to download Varnish 2.0.3 rpm's for Redhat EL5? If so
>
> > from where?

* Cherife
> If you've got an RHEL subscription, just ask Redhat.
> If not, you could package Varnish of your own.

Not actually correct. Varnish is not (at least not yet) an official part of RHEL, so you can not download it from any RHEL channel. But it is available from the Fedora EPEL (Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux) project. So if you let your system subscribe to the EPEL repos, you can install it with up2date (RHEL4) or yum (RHEL5). Varnish is of course also available in Fedora.

For instructions on how to add EPEL to your RHEL system, see http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/EPEL

Ingvar

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