YUMRepoManager is a YUM configuration manager. It allows users to easily manage repository configurations, use most of YUM's options, enable and disable YUM plugins, and edit configuration files. It supports drag-and-drop of .repo files from and to your file manager, the option to change the createrepo arguments, and creation of a local repository from a directory which contains .rpm files or a YUM cache in a directory specified by the user. When finished, the YUM cache will be linked to the place where the repository has been created, unifying the YUM cache into a single folder, so that the packages installed after this point will be placed in this new path instead of the YUM cache.
|Tags||yum Repository Management|
|Operating Systems||fedora linux|
Release Notes: The changes in this release include bugfixes, improvements, and new options and functionalities. Bugfixes were applied to deleting multiple repositories, enabling/disabling the GPG Check global option, renaming a repository, and other minor problems. The Add Repository option has been improved. The new yum options are: diskspacecheck, http_caching, max_connections, assumeno, async, ip_resolve, recheck_installed_requires, upgrade_requirements_on_install, installonlypkgs, andprotected_packages.
Release Notes: This release added an option to allow the user to change the createrepo arguments, improved the option for adding a repository, fixed a bug when deleting a repository while the filter is active, and a bug when eliminating a package from the global exclude.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug which occurred when dragging a repository from YUMRepoManager and dropping it on file managers like Nautilus and Thunar.
Release Notes: A Spanish translation was added. A bug with enabling and disabling the save button was fixed along with a problem when adding a name to a new repository.
Release Notes: This release adds an import repository option and a column filter. It fixes bugs which occurred when creating a repository, when specifying a comment, a proxy, a bandwidth throttle, or a metadata expiration, and when adding and removing a new repository.