How to Install Particular Package Version in CentOS and Ubuntu

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  1. Rahul Tidke says:

    Thanks for this article! Can I upgrade installed Samba version on CentOS 6.9 to latest available samba version e.g. I have samba-3.6.23 on CentOS 6.9 and I would like to update it to samba-4.6.2, as the CentOS 6.9 repo does not offer this latest version of samba, can I add a repo to CentOS 6.9 which offers latest version of samba and then upgrade it using yum? If I upgrade like this, will it affect all future yum system updates?

    I would like to upgrade my SMB protocol from version 2.0.2 to SMB version 3.1.1, we have all latest Windows 10 clients and Samba FileServer (CentOS 6.9). Can you suggest a possible solution? Thank you!

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