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Revision as of 20:05, 26 August 2019 by Hubbitus (talk | contribs) (Update to step to Fedora 30)

What it is and for what

Hubbitus repository description and installation instructions.

I'm for long time maintain my own repository. There placed primary packages which is not acceptable by Fedora distribution (like kernel modules, f.e. acx11 driver with reverse engineering firmware, freeworld (non-free) packages for countries where no software patents in action) or just new packages work on add its in Fedora in progress or planing.


Enable repo for automatically install and update packages

Installation is very simple (by root, or use sudo for example):


sudo dnf install -y http://rpm.hubbitus.info/Fedora30/Hubbitus-release-latest.noarch.rpm
sudo dnf install http://rpm.hubbitus.info/Fedora29/Hubbitus-release-29-latest.noarch.rpm

Epel, EL, CentOS, RHEL

su -c 'rpm -Uhv http://hubbitus.info/rpm/epel7/Hubbitus-release-7-latest.noarch.rpm'


Sources of all packages you will find on github under git repository. Source rpms (src.rpm) also published near binaries in repo.

Binaries RPMs

For direct browsing files please go to http://hubbitus.info/rpm/

Feedback, bug-reports, wishes

I kindly ask post requests, wishes, bugreports and support requests in github issues. I'll try handle it in spare time. Off course I'll try answer in comments too, but it is not for long discussions or track source, patches and builds.


Basically all sources of my spec files and patches covered by MIT License as it Fedora does. But there may be also external scripts, patches where other author and License listed. Such work also should be under free software license to permit redistribute it.

And as usual - USE IT ON YOUR OWN RISK. I try make it better, will try fix reported errors, but can't guarantee anything!

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