12 junio, 2024

yum install
yum remove
yum update

yum search
yum info
yum list
yum list installed
yum provides

yum grouplist
yum groupinstall
yum groupupgrade
yum groupremove

yum repolist
yum repolist all
yum –enablerepo=fedora-source install

yum shell

Using Yum from the Command Line

The following table shows some examples of common tasks that you
can perform using yum.

Command Description
yum repolist Lists all enabled repositories.
yum list Lists all packages that are available in all enabled
repositories and all packages that are installed on your
system.
yum list installed Lists all packages that are installed on your system.
yum list available Lists all packages that are available to be installed in
all enabled repositories.
yum search
string
Searches the package descriptions for the specified
string.
yum provides
feature
Finds the name of the package to which the specified
file or feature belongs. For example:

yum provides /etc/sysconfig/atd

yum info
package
Displays detailed information about a package. For
example:

yum info bind

yum install
package
Installs the specified package, including packages on
which it depends. For example:

yum install ocfs2-tools

yum check-update Checks whether updates exist for packages that are
already installed on your system.
yum update
package
Updates the specified package, including packages on
which it depends. For example:

yum upgrade nfs-utils

yum update Updates all packages, including packages on which they
depend.
yum remove
package
Removes the specified package. For example:

yum erase nfs-utils

yum erase
package
Removes the specified package. This command has the same
effect as the yum remove command.
yum update Updates all packages, including packages on which they
depend.
yum clean all Removes all cached package downloads and cached headers
that contain information about remote packages. Running
this command can help to clear problems that can result
from unfinished transactions or out-of-date headers.
yum help Displays help about yum usage.
yum help
command
Displays help about the specified yum
command. For example:

yum help upgrade

yum shell Runs the yum interactive shell.

See the yum(8) manual page for more
information.

To list the files in a package, use the
repoquery utility, which is included in the
yum-utils package.

For example, the following
command lists the files that the btrfs-progs
package provides.

# repoquery -l btrfs-progs
/sbin/btrfs
/sbin/btrfs-convert
/sbin/btrfs-debug-tree


Note

yum makes no distinction between installing
and upgrading a kernel package. yum always
installs a new kernel regardless of whether you specify
update or install.       

Ver más información en http://www.thegeekstuff.com/2011/08/yum-command-examples/

Más información en https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E37670_01/E37355/html/ol_creating_yum_repo.html

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