There is a RSYNC daemon running serving all the content of the
folder. You can sync a specific repository with a command like this:
rsync -crlpvz --progress --delete-after rsync://negativo17.org:/repos/nvidia local/path
I’ve also added the instructions on the
A repository that packs the latest Steam
for Fedora. This are the same packages that are now integrated in RPMFusion.
A repository that packs the latest Adobe Flash Plugin
for Fedora / CentOS / RHEL that tries to be more “compliant”; also used by the Steam
repository. Much like what Redhat does for the Flash plugin in RHEL’s supplementary channel.
CDRtools / Schily Tools
A repository for cdrtools
is available for those that don’t think that cdrkit
works enough well. The packages obsoletes the cdrkit
packages and plugs into as a replacement for brasero
etc. On RHEL 6+ and Fedora the packages uses file capabilities to avoid having the binaries setuid root.
As of now, the CDRtools source has been merged with the Schily Tools package, so the repository provides that.
Nvidia driver, CUDA tools and libraries
A repository that packs the latest Nvidia
driver and all its ecosystem of tools: NVENC, CUDA, etc.. For Fedora and CentOS/RHEL; quite different from the other repositories I found around.
Samsung Unified Linux Driver – Printers & Scanners
A repository that contains the Linux driver for Samsung’s line of scanners, printers and multifunction devices. It supports local and network connected devices.
Repackaged Ubuntu binaries for Fedora.
RAR archiver, packaged for Fedora and CentOS/RHEL.
Multimedia – includes Nvidia driver, CUDA
A repository for HandBrake
, the really powerful open source multi threaded video encoder along with awesome MakeMKV
ripper (it can rip encrypted Blue Ray and DVDs) and the libdvdcss
There are also CUDA
enabled builds of Blender
, additional restricted FFMpeg
encoders/decoders and multimedia libraries as well as Gstreamer plugins for the various Gnome releases.
This repository is NOT compatible with RPMFusion, UnitedRPMS, nux or whatever. It overwrites packages from the main repsitories and some CentOS/RHEL secondary ones. The CentOS/RHEL repository also contains 32 bit packages for most of the libraries needed as a dependency, contrary to the EPEL repository.
It also contains the same packages that are in the following repositories:
- Nvidia driver, CUDA tools and libraries
- Flash Plugin
- Samsung ULD
So if you want BOTH the multimedia packages and the Nvidia drivers & tools, you can just configure this repository on your systems.