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  • Beginners guide for yum command

    A package manager is a program used to install, uninstall and manage packages. It does automate the installation / uninstallation process. Some distributions provide support for more than one package manager as well.

     

    Yum is an open-source and very popular command line as well as graphical based package manager for RPM based Linux Systems. Yum has similar functionalities like APT (Advance Package Manager).  
     
    1. Install a Package using YUM command:
     
    To install a package, use this syntax ‘yum install packagename’.  Yum install command is used to install latest package version or group with dependencies. If no package matches the specified package name(s), they are assumed to be a shell glob, and any matches are then installed.
     
    For instance: Consider vim editor installation using yum command.

     

    <p>&nbsp;yum install vim</p>

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