Atomic Archive : Tutorials

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Building_RPMS/Aug 23 2007 14:08:414kb
bashrcAug 07 2007 13:34:031kb
cygwin-installation.swfAug 09 2007 11:11:5715550kb
cygwin-using-ssh-agents.swfAug 09 2007 11:36:388735kb
cygwin-using-ssh-keys.swfAug 09 2007 11:34:206776kb
putty-installation.swfAug 09 2007 09:57:153182kb
putty-using-ssh-agent.swfAug 09 2007 10:05:058687kb
putty-using-ssh-keys.swfAug 09 2007 10:02:2512954kb


Configuration for the Atomic Archive

Atomic Archives

  • [atomic] - Stable free access rpm channel
  • [atomic-testing] - near production quality packages currently in QA
  • [atomic-bleeding]- untested, non-production packages with frequently zero testing, and/or known unresolvable compatibility issues.
  • [asl-2.0] - Stable subscription-required rpm channel for Atomic Secured Linux (ASL)
  • [asl-2.0-testing] - Subscription required, near production quality ASL packages currently in QA
  • [asl-2.0-bleeding]- Subscription required, untested, non-production ASL packages with frequently zero testing, and/or known unresolvable compatibility issues.
  • [source]- Source RPM pacakges.


Configuration & Installation

To enable access to both the atomic yum repository use the following automated installer:

wget -q -O - http://www.atomicorp.com/installers/atomic | sh




Yum Atomic Archives

The Atomic archives are available through the yum package manager for Fedora, RHEL and CentOS. Note: Not all mirrors will maintain all channels listed above.




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