On Tue, 2007-03-27 at 22:04 -0400, Tom Lane wrote:
> Red Hat makes their debuginfo RPMs available in the normal course
> of things (they're usually in a debug/ subdirectory of wherever you
> find the RPMs)
Fedora and Red Hat 5 users can download debuginfo packages via yum.
Fedora users need to use debuginfo channel (yum --enablerepo
debuginfo ...), and I think it is the same for RHEL 5.
Red Hat provides debuginfo packages via their FTP site (ftp.redhat.com).
You don't need to be a RHN subscriber to get a debuginfo package.
> but I'm not sure whether Devrim et al have a policy about whether to
> upload their debuginfo RPMs to the PG servers. They may feel it's
> mostly a waste of bandwidth.
Exactly. I don't want to upload a package which is really big.
> Anyway, the short answer is to download the source RPM and build it
> for yourself ...
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