20 Linux YUM (Yellowdog Updater, Modified) Commands for Package Management

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66 Responses

  1. Andrei Sevostianov says:

    I tried to find the ‘yum‘ substitute for ‘apt-key add‘ but wasn’t able to do it. Does it exist?

  2. jrct7 says:

    I had use “yum upgrade yum” but I don’t really understand what’s for, can you explain it please?

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Jrct7,

      The command is wrong, it should be “yum upgrade” or you can also use “yum update” – both will update your system to latest release version.

  3. sathish says:

    How to degraded the RHEL version, for example 7.5 to 7.2?

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Sathish,

      To downgrade the redhat-release package from the current release to previous minor release, use the following command.

      # yum downgrade redhat-release
      
  4. Shan says:

    Dear, You missed out deplist option in yum

  5. shailendra says:

    Its is really a wonderful article for users who are new and start learning Linux. Dear friend please keep writing for the community.Thank you

  6. Yagnik Pandya says:

    Appreciate for making such a wonderful article !! It is helpful for beginners who wish to be familiar with “YUM” commands.

    Thanks a lot.

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