Tagged: yum

Rollback an update

Rollback an update on RHEL/CentOS – A simple guide

Yum is default package manager for RPM based Linux distributions like RHEL, CentOS & is used to managing packages for the system. We can install, remove or update packages using the yum command. But...

offline yum

Creating an Offline YUM repository for LAN

In our earlier tutorial, we discussed “How we can create our own yum repository with ISO image & by mirroring an online yum repository”. Creating your own yum repository is a good idea but...

yum tips

Some pretty useful YUM tips & tricks

Yum is the default package manager for RPM packages on RHEL & CentOS. And most of you working on these OS should be familiar with it (for those of you who are not, read...

Yum to download packages

Using yum to download packages without installing them

In this tutorial, we are going to discuss about how we can use yum to download packages without actually installing it on our server. I recently discovered this option & thought that I share...

yum repository

Creating a YUM repository from ISO & Online repo

YUM tool is one of the most important tool for Centos/RHEL/Fedora. Though in latest builds of fedora, it has been replaced with DNF but that not at all means that it has ran its...

yum command examples

Working with YUM command (with examples)

YUM or Yellowdog Updater Modified is front-end tool for managing of rpm packages. Its used to install, remove, update & to gather information about  rpm packages through command line interface or by using graphical...