Asking for help from the Linux users: to override a repository for YUM?


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Good afternoon, everyone.


There is a problem, but maybe I myself am not linuksoid, dig will be a long time and it is unknown whether in the right direction, so I decided to ask habrovky:


Have a VPS installed with CentOS, there is a need to tie it in Python+Django, but all the guides you need to install additional packages, and when trying to run yum install... Says No... packet is available. I understand yum is looking in some prescribed by a provider repoistory and does not go somewhere on an external. Therefore the question: where and how to see where yum climbs during installation and, respectively, what is there to override and what repo it is better to specify?


Thank you all in advance for your help.


PS: Python, ctsti installed but the version is old and yum check-update also says that no updates
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Read here. I think that will help.
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Install additional repository, in the standard just Jangi no.
Step by step.
\rblog.adlibre.org/technology/how-to-install-django-cms-on-centos-5-4-with-python-2-6.html
I recommend reading materiel about the repository.
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