I installed CentOS 6.4 on a partition on my computer a few days ago, and i’m trying to equip it with the software i think i need.
For example, i need, or i think i need, a couple of gnustep programs for uploading images from my digital camera (the programs being openapp and Camera.app).
I imagine that these are old enough that they must surely exist in rpms somewhere.
But i apparently don’t know how to google around sufficiently well to locate a repository that contains them, or even that contains packages that i know exist as rpms. For example: i’m certain that an rpm exists for a package called gnustep-make, because its name popped up on http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t’9655
But if i try ‘sudo yum install gnustep-make’ i get ‘No package gnustep-make available.’
So that clearly means that i don’t have enough repositories configured for use.
So, i’d be grateful for any pointers to a list of CentOS-compatible repositories that i can put in the yum configuration (/etc/yum.repos.d or elsewhere). (Maybe this is a FAQ, or an RTFM — i’d appreciate any steering here!)