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I will really appreciate your help on this issue I am having.
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Forgive me if this seems convoluted, I am stuck in a shell all day long and don't get out much.
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I am using RHEL5 . I have tried to create the local repo using createrepo rpm.But i have been facing a lot of errors and it is not working well. Can somebody tell me how to create the local repo?
Thank you in advance.
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LIBMICROHTTPD(3) Library Functions Manual LIBMICROHTTPD(3)
libmicrohttpd - library for embedding HTTP servers
GNU libmicrohttpd (short MHD) allows applications to easily integrate the functionality of a simple HTTP server. MHD is a GNU package.
The details of the API are described in comments in the header file, a detailed reference documentation and in brief on the MHD webpage.
libmicrohttpd is released under both the LGPL Version 2.1 or higher and the GNU GPL with eCos extension. For details on both licenses
please read the respective appendix in the manual.
libmicrohttpd include file
Report bugs by using mantis <https://gnunet.org/bugs/>.
GNU libmicrohttpd was originally designed by Christian Grothoff <email@example.com> and Chris GauthierDickey <firstname.lastname@example.org>. The
original implementation was done by Daniel Pittman <email@example.com> and Christian Grothoff. SSL/TLS support was added by Sagie Amir
using code from GnuTLS. See the AUTHORS file in the distribution for a more detailed list of contributors.
You can obtain the latest version from http://www.gnu.org/software/libmicrohttpd/.
libmicrohttpd" 10 Jan 2011 LIBMICROHTTPD(3)