Third-party (non-IBM) repositories¶
The repositories listed on this page are not owned, managed, or supported by IBM. However, the repositories have been inspected and the software generally seems to be built with IBM-approved conventions for existing well in the IBM-delivered open source ecosystem.
yum-utils package should be installed. This provides the
yum-config-manager utility, which mades it easy to add new repositories, as
well as enable or disable existing repositories.
Several PHP distributions are available. See http://ibm.biz/ibmi-php
Brought to you by: Massimo Fantin
Software offered: A large collection of open source packages, including Postgresql, Ghostscript, Postfix , rddtool etc etc
The i Doctor¶
Brought to you by: Jack Woehr
Software offered: lynx-dev (limited capabilities, for instance no https support). schily-tools (cdrecord, mkisofs, etc.)
yum-config-manager --add-repo http://www.the-i-doctor.com/oss/repo/the-i-doctor.repo
Brought to you by: Yvan Janssens
Software offered: Mono on i and various Open Source software for which fixes have been accepted upstream to enable them to run on i.
yum-config-manager --add-repo http://repo.qseco.fr/qsecofr.repo
Brought to you by: Josh Hall
Software offered: ibmi-dotfiles
yum-config-manager --add-repo http://rpms.sobo.red/ibmi/