previous post, I’m still updating my custom packages for my CentOS 6 installation. I added screenfetch to my small collection 🙂
QBittorrent version 3.0.0 introduces some new features and few bugfixes as you can read from
Screenfetch is a niece piece of free software that I’m maintaining for Mageia so, why not package it for CentOS? 😉
Very nice the Red Hat ascii logo 🙂
If you already have my repository enabled you will reach new versions as upgrades, otherwise you should enable it following the procedure described
Yesterday I’ve installed a fresh CentOS 6.2 on my small home pc which aims to be a small server 🙂
After I’ve installed and configured apache, samba and similar stuff, I enabled some additional repositories to install additional software. I was stuck when I was not able to find qbittorrent and filezilla.
Even with these applications missing,
CentOS, Scientific Linux and, obviously, Red Hat Enterprise Linux are still great GNU/Linux distros!
However I’ve found on rpm.pbone.net some packages but they were
old versions packages and more than anything I wasn’t sure to trust them.
So my answer was “
I don’t trust them and I need newer versions of these applications“. That’s why I built my own small repository containing my homemade packages:
qbittorrent 2.9.7 on CentOS 6.2
FileZilla 3.5.3 on CentOS 6.2
Feel free to use it, if you trust me 😉
You can copy/paste the text block below into /etc/yum.repos.d/Matteo Pasotti.repo to enable the yum repository.
### Name: xQuiet RPM Repository for CentOS 6
### URL: http://Matteo Pasotti.eu/repos/centos/
name = CentOS $releasever - Matteo Pasotti.eu
baseurl = http://Matteo Pasotti.eu/repos/centos/$releasever.2/$basearch/
enabled = 1
Or directly download the file from