15.00 - About the Yum Repository File - Teradata Tools and Utilities

Teradata Tools and Utilities for Red Hat Enterprise Linux Installation Guide

Teradata Tools and Utilities
March 2014
The following media contains a script file named mkrepo.sh that you can use to create a Yum repository file:
  • Teradata Tools and Utilities AIX - HP-UX - LINUX - Solaris - Windows Release 15.00.00 DVD
  • Teradata Tools and Utilities Tape Storage Management Enablers Linux & WINDOWS Release 15.00.00 DVD
The script is in the following directory:
  • /Linux/i386-x8664/repodata

When you run the script it creates a repository file (.xml format) named teradata-ttu-foundation-1500.repo and puts it into the /tmp folder. The file contains a list of product dependencies and libraries.

The script can also copy the repository file to the system-specific repository location:
  • /etc/yum.repos.d
After you create the repository file, you can use it with one of the following package management utilities or a similar product:

For more information, see Using Yum to Manage Teradata Client Software.