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Select one approach listed here, thus either the official (downstream) Fedora packages repository, or our X2Go Fedora repository and stick to it.
Unreleased versions and unofficial (related to the Fedora project) release packages are only available directly from the X2Go project, follow the instructions in the second section to configure your package manager for this.
Note that if you are on POWER (ppc64le), you will only be able to obtain X2Go from the official (downstream) Fedora packages repository.
Download the .repo file and save it to the correct location:
wget -O /etc/yum.repos.d/x2go.repo \ http://packages.x2go.org/fedora/x2go.repo
For reference, the file will also be inlined here, with the original information being available on http://packages.x2go.org/fedora/x2go.repo:
Edit this file with your preferred editor.
$ editor /etc/yum.repos.d/x2go.repo
As a rule of thumb:
source-labeled repositories are never needed, unless you want to build packages from source.
extras-tagged repositories are always needed.
By default, the
release-labeled repository is enabled and the
nightly-tagged repository is disabled. If you want to use the unreleased, more up-to-date packages, disable the
release-labeled repository and enable the
Now you can search for X2Go related package that are now available for your system via
dnf, whatever is appropriate for your system:
$ dnf search x2go
$ dnf search x2go
Congratulations, you are now able to access the X2Go packages. You may continue by installing
pyhoca-gui or any other of the available packages.
The packages in this repository can be mirrored via
rsync -avP packages.x2go.org::fedora </dest/path/of/local/mirror/fedora>