YUM uses numerous third party repositories to install packages automatically by resolving their dependencies issues.
This book contains many real life examples derived from the author's experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant.
You need to use yum command to update and patch the system using RHN or Internet.
Use yum command to install critical and non-critical security updates as well as binary packages.
It allows you to install, update, and remove software on your computer running the RHEL/Fedora operating system. You can install yum on Debian-based systems with the command On the phone: (206) 988-5858 © 2009,
yum is a command-line utility which requires a network connection to a yum server, either locally or on the public Internet. Often, you may want to add more software sources, known as repositories. Content may be reprinted and/or distributed as long as this document remains unaltered and soundtraining.net, any named author, and credited as the source.