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October 01, 2014, 10:19:21 AM
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Hello all -

I've put together some custom package repositories for RHEL/CentOS 7 - only x86_64 available

http://awel.domblogger.net/7/php/

That has php 5.6.0 - which isn't something I would suggest putting on a server (I would but I like pain) as it is fresh and does break some webapps, but if you develop php webapps, you should probably have 5.6.x on a dev server.

http://awel.domblogger.net/7/media/

That has FFmpeg and dependencies, I had a need for an FFmpeg build capable of eating almost anything and spitting out HTML5 formats - I think that one does it.

http://awel.domblogger.net/7/gstreamer/

That depends upon the media repository for dependencies. The GStreamer in RHEL/CentOS 7 is old, too old to decode VP9 - so that GStreamer replaces the stock GStreamer with current.
It also provides many plugins that RHEL/CentOS + EPEL do not.

http://awel.domblogger.net/7/misc/

Misc. crap - basically rebuilds of Fedora 20 src.rpms that for whatever reason are not in EPEL

http://awel.domblogger.net/7/crypto/

My crypto-currency repo Cheesy

Right now the only real thing of interest there is namecoin - the bitcoin RPMs are just rebuild of http://www.ringingliberty.com/bitcoin/ so just use his if bitcoin is all you are interested in.

The namecoin right now is only daemon (that's all I ever use anyway) but I will build the qt in a week or so.
And I will then add quarkcoin and then start work on getting armory packaged.

-=-

Anyway - for CentOS/RHEL 7 users - I thought those might be of interest to some of you.

CentOS 7 really is a decent Desktop OS once you replace the Gnome 3 shit with Mate and update the GStreamer.

All of the repos use EPEL for dependencies, but no other external repos are needed.
All packages are built with mock and signed.

QuarkCoin - what I believe bitcoin was intended to be. On reddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/QuarkCoin/
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