First download the appropriate geekery-release package for your distribution:
Then you can use rpm or yum to install the downloaded package. The package installation will enable the geekery repo for subsequent use via yum.
If you encounter depsolving problems when installing programs from GEEKERY REPO, install also these two additional repositories:
Once installed the geekery-release package for your distribution, then you are ready to use yum to install packages, for example:
yum install transmission transmission-daemon
Answer YES to import the GPG key that I used to sign RPM packages:
Retrieving key from file:///etc/pki/rpm-gpg/GEEKERY-GPG-KEY Importing GPG key 0xA4673575: Userid : Marco Spallacci <firstname.lastname@example.org> Package: geekery-release-6-1.noarch (installed) From : /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/GEEKERY-GPG-KEY Is this ok [y/N]: y
NOTE: if you have manually installed any rpm following my blog (http://geekery.blog.com), remove them before using this yum repository