Using a Proxy to Access EPEL from an Internal Network

I had some RHEL6 boxes on an internal network that had no access to the internet. But I wanted to install packages from EPEL via yum. The answer was to set up a proxy server and tell these internal boxes to use the proxy. Approach:

  1. Set up Squid proxy on a server that has access to the internet

Solved: iSCSI disconnects and timeouts after successful login

Consider the following from /var/log/messages:


Darwin Streaming Server RPM for RHEL6

I wanted to run Darwin Streaming Server on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.

I made binary RPMs for 64-bit RHEL6 using these instructions. My changes:

  • fixed the symlink at /var/dss/modules to point to the correct directory
  • worked around the fact that DarwinStreamingServer -x does not exit when run
  • changed config path so that login to the Web Admin is possible

To install on RHEL6 (or CentOS 6, I presume):

Which packages are in yum groupinstall "Web Server"?

On RHEL6, the following packages are installed when you do

yum groupinstall "Web Server"

on a RHEL6 minimal install:



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