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    RPM Database

    How do you setup a new RPM database. For example I have copied a bunch of RPMs of a CD into a folder on my HDD and I want to speed things up by having RedHat look in that folder to install new packages. Anyone know how to set this up?
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    Mar 2004
    this is not a reason to set up a new rpm database. A new database is set up when actual database is corrupted or rpm is not functional.

    you seem to need a local repository. For that you can use yum

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