How to Enable EPEL Repository for RHEL/CentOS 7.x/6.x/5.x

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  1. Luis says:

    the URL does not work for me , I’m using centOS 6

  1. November 28, 2012

    […] you need to install and enable EPEL Repository. Once you’ve enabled repository, type the following command to install Cacti […]

  2. May 14, 2013

    […] you need to install and enable EPEL Repository. Once you’ve enabled repository, type the following command to install Cacti […]

  3. July 4, 2013

    […] Enable EPEL Repositories […]

  4. July 9, 2013

    […] you need to install and enable EPEL Repository. Once you’ve enabled repository, type the following command to install Cacti […]

  5. July 11, 2013

    […] youtube-dl program can be installed by enabling epel repository under your systems. Once enabled, you can install using ‘yum‘ package manager tool as […]

  6. July 19, 2013

    […] is a third party tool and can be installed via enabling epel repository under Red Hat based systems. Once you’ve enabled, you can install it using yum command as […]

  7. July 23, 2013

    […] Enable Fedora’s EPEL repository […]

  8. October 2, 2013

    […] Red Hat based distributions, you need to first have enable EPEL repository and then install it using the following “yum” command. (Fedora users don’t need […]

  9. October 31, 2013

    […] Install and Enable EPEL Repository in RHEL/CentOS 6/5/4 […]

  10. February 18, 2014

    […] it’s a very young utility, you can install “Glances” in Red Hat based systems by turning on EPEL repository and then run the following command on the […]

  11. February 23, 2014

    […] to install without doing this – I tried). There are detailed instructions on this page- you need to know if you have 32 or 64 bit Centos. If you’re not sure, […]

  12. March 3, 2014

    […] get MultiTail on Red Hat based distributions, you must turn on EPEL repository and then run the following command on the terminal to install […]

  13. March 11, 2014

    […] How to Enable EPEL Repository in RHEL/CentOS […]

  14. March 21, 2014

    […] enable EPEL repository and then install using the following […]

  15. April 3, 2014

    […] 虽然这个工具的发布比较晚,但你仍然可以在 Red Hat 系的系统中通过 EPEL 软件源安装。在终端用下面的命令安装: […]

  16. April 9, 2014

    […] 虽然这个工具的发布比较晚,但你仍然可以在 Red Hat 系的系统中通过 EPEL 软件源安装。在终端用下面的命令安装: […]

  17. July 19, 2014

    […] 参考: How to install the Nvidia proprietary driver in CentOS How to Enable EPEL Repository for RHEL/CentOS 7.x/6.x/5.x […]

  18. September 10, 2014
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  20. September 15, 2014

    […] If you are on one of the clones of RedHat Enterprise Linux (I use Oracle Linux), you simply need to add the EPEL repository to your yum source list, and […]

  21. October 21, 2014

    […] we can add Epel repository and install using remi and remi-php56 repos instead of the webtatic […]

  22. November 6, 2014

    […] EPEL repo enabled (instruction can be found here) […]

  23. November 30, 2014

    […] 首先,你得安装并启用名为EPEL的第三方软件库。请点击这个链接,在你的RHEL/CentOS系统下安装并启用第三方软件库。Fedora用户不需要任何特别的软件库配置。一旦你完成了设置工作,就可以从命令行来安装rsnapshot,如下所示。 […]

  24. December 2, 2014

    […] tool is not available from the system base repositories, you need to add and enable third party epel repository to install monit package under your RHEL/CentOS systems. Once you’ve added epel repository, […]

  25. January 12, 2015

    […] CentOS o Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, per prima cosa dobbiamo abilitare il repository EPEL. Se invece si usa la versione 7, sarà necesessario abilitare il repository Nux Desktop. Fatto […]

  26. January 30, 2015

    […] Fedora users can directly install Ansible through default repository, but if you are using RHEL/CentOS 6, 7, you have to enable EPEL repo. […]

  27. February 6, 2015

    […] an Red Hat based distributions, can able to install XCache through a package manager by enabling epel repository. Once you’ve enabled epel repository, you can use the following yum command to install […]

  28. February 7, 2015

    […] addition to having a LAMP setup already in place, you will also have to enable the EPEL repository in RHEL/CentOS 7/6 in order to install both packages. Fedora users don’t need to enable any […]

  29. February 16, 2015

    […] CentOS and RHEL, you will need to enable the EPEL repository before installing […]

  30. February 25, 2015

    […] For RHEL/CentOS 7/6, enable the EPEL repository. Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux (EPEL) is a repository of high-quality free and open-source […]

  31. March 30, 2015

    […] Note: Before you install conky on Fedora/CentOS, you must have enabled EPEL repository. […]

  32. April 23, 2015

    […] older RedHat based systems like CentOS/Fedora, you first need to enable epel repository under your system, then you can able to install collectd package from the epel […]

  33. April 24, 2015

    […] you will need to enable epel repository under RHEL/CentOS/ systems, in order to install atop monitoring […]

  34. June 27, 2015

    […] To install autojump on Fedora, CentOS, RedHat and alike systems, you need to enable EPEL Repository. […]

  35. July 10, 2015

    […] Pound can be easily installed from the EPEL repository as shown […]

  36. August 8, 2015

    […] CentOS/RHEL and Fedora based systems, you need to turn on epel repository to install fdupes […]

  37. August 20, 2015

    […] CentOS/RHEL based distributions, you need to active epel repository to install fslint […]

  38. August 21, 2015

    […] RHEL/CentOS Linux systems, you need to turn on epel-repository and then execute the below command to install mhddfs […]

  39. August 22, 2015

    […] RHEL/CentOS/Fedora based distributions, you need to turn on third party repository called EPEL, in order to install mosh from this repository using yum package manager as […]

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