Why not have PXE set up to configure Chef/Puppet/Ansible and have them
configure the proxy info correctly to point to the mirror? That said, I do
generally prefer to have a good internal mirror setup myself, but it's been
a long time since I've had to deal with RPM-based systems outside of a
Docker container, so I'm afraid I don't have any suggestions on that front.
I would suspect that if it's a traditionally set up mirror (as opposed to
something silly/stupid like Treasure Data's fluentd apt mirror that only
ever has one version available at a time) the standard tools should work,
I'm just not sure what those tools are. I use apt-mirror under Ubuntu.
On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 8:04 PM, Dave Close <d...@compata.com> wrote:
> I posted a question to the Google Chrome administrators forum more than
> a week ago but have yet to see any answer. So I wonder if any of you
> have any suggestions. What I want is to create a local mirror of the
> Google Chrome RPM repository, the same as I already have mirrors of the
> Fedora and RPM Fusion repositories. This will allow me to install Chrome
> when I PXE a new machine. Unfortunately, PXE doesn't seem to play well
> with the corporate proxy so only internal mirrors work.
> If this isn't possible, oh well, but at least I'd like something that
> tells me so I don't waste time trying to make it work. Of course, the
> best response is instructions or a pointer to instructions. Thanks.
> Dave Close, Compata, Irvine CA +1 714 434 7359
> d...@compata.com dhcl...@alumni.caltech.edu
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