On Sat, 2004-12-04 at 15:52 -0500, sean darcy wrote:
Seth Vidal wrote:
>what does /etc/rpm/platform have in it?
Nothing. But since that did tell me what to google for, I found the yum
list. Inserted x86_64-redhat-linux.
But that's only half my Xmas wish. Now it's showing ONLY x86_64. From the
yum list messages I take it this is a function of exactarch and
transaction_color ( which I didn't see in macros ).
umm, the i386 ones that are available should be listed.
it's not an either-or sort of thing.
the question you should ask is why didn't you get an /etc/rpm/platform