On Mon, 3 Jul 2017 06:30:54 UTC, James Moe
> On 07/02/2017 05:14 PM, Pete wrote:
> > Probably the easiest way to use yum/rpm is with ANPM (Arca Noae Package
> > Manager) as installing ANPM also installs yum/rpm. See
> > https://www.arcanoae.com/resources/downloadables/arca-noae-package-manager/
> > for more details/requirements.
> Not useful. I have no access to any of the repositories.
> Entering "yum" at the command line produces the same import error.
Yes you do. Everybody has access to the netlabs repository, and ANPM
is free from Atca Noae. Get ANPM, from the posted address, and install
it. That will make the base RPM/YUM setup, for any current version of
OS/2, and it makes using RPM/YUM possible for normal people. Just run
the program, and it will lead you through the rest of the install.
From Doug Bissett's ArcaOS
dougb007 at telus dot net
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