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Some things that are designed as rpm may load as from ports and install in their proper location. However, other items (most notably flash) are an rpm file downloaded from a 3rd party site which requires an understanding of how to get it installed and/or where to drop it so it will get recognized.
 
Some things that are designed as rpm may load as from ports and install in their proper location. However, other items (most notably flash) are an rpm file downloaded from a 3rd party site which requires an understanding of how to get it installed and/or where to drop it so it will get recognized.
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--[[User:Vater|Rg]] 13:45, 16 December 2012 (PST)

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Another item to consider is installation of rpm files.

Some things that are designed as rpm may load as from ports and install in their proper location. However, other items (most notably flash) are an rpm file downloaded from a 3rd party site which requires an understanding of how to get it installed and/or where to drop it so it will get recognized.

page Create Your Own PBI Repository is hidden

is there a reason for hiding?

--Rg 13:45, 16 December 2012 (PST)