YUM ThirdParty Repositories for CentOS

Top 8 YUM/DNF ThirdParty Repositories for RHEL-Based Linux

YUM (Yellowdog Updater Modified) is an open-source, widely used command-line and graphical-based package management tool for RPM (RedHat Package Manager) based Linux systems, including, but not limited to, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), CentOS,

Yum Remove Package With Dependencies

How to Remove Packages with Dependencies Using Yum

Normally, removing a package using YUM package management system will remove that package together with its dependencies. However, certain dependencies will not be removed on the system, these are what we can term as

Setup Local HTTP Yum Repository on CentOS 7

How to Setup Local HTTP Yum Repository on CentOS 7

A software repository (“repo” in short) is a central file storage location to keep and maintain software packages, from which users can retrieve packages and install them on their computers. Repositories are often stored

Check and Install Updates On CentOS

How to Check and Install Updates On CentOS and RHEL

Installing updates for software packages or the kernel itself, is a highly recommended and beneficial task for system administrators; more especially when it comes to security updates or patches. While security vulnerabilities are discovered,