Tagged: yum

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Yum Repository Configuration For RedHat, CentOS and Fedora

yum is a tools used to management rpm packages in distributions like RedHat, CentOS, Fedora etc. Most know feature of yum is using repositories in order to manage packages download and resolve dependencies. In this tutorial we will examine the yum repository configuration. List Yum Repository Configurations yum repositories are stored as files with related...

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How To Apt-Get Update, Upgrade, Dist-Upgrade, Full-Upgrade and Their Similarities and Diffirencies

deb based distributions provides apt or apt-get to manage packages interactively and from network repositories. While updating packages update, upgrade or dist-upgrade can be used. But what is the difference between these two commands. In this tutorial we will look this issue. Update updatecommand will simply get the packages information...

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Compare CentOS(RedHat) vs Ubuntu

CentOS and Ubuntu is two popular Linux distributions used in enterprise environments as well as personal environments. In this tutorial we will examine CentOS and Ubuntu Linux distributions from different perspectives. As a note CentOS distribution is free and open version of RedHat Enterprise Linux. So we will compare RedHat...

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Update Fedora, CentOS, RHEL Packages with Yum Update

Yum is popular package management tools between rpm based distributions. In this tutorial we will simply look how update system packages for different distributions like Fedora, CentOS and RHEL . List Installed Packages Before installing any update best step is listing installed packages. We can list install packages with yum list...

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Yum Command Tutorial With Examples For Linux Package Management Like Install, Update Remove

Linux applications installed (generally) as packages. Packages contains required files like binary, configuration, database, data, graphic etc. All files packaged to one file named rpm. There is a lot of packages in fedora or other rpm based distribution to manage. Keep in mind that there is also different version of packages...

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