Unit 6 Homework Exercises
Answer the following questions AND cite the page number of the textbook where it can be found. Please type and print your questions and answers. What is YUM?
Yum is essentially a package manager for RPM. YUM computes dependencies for RPM and takes any actions required to successfully install software packages. What are the advantages of YUM?
Automatic resolution of software dependencies.
Command-line and graphical versions. YUM can install or upgrade software by using either the command-line version (yum command) or one of two graphical programs: Pirut: For adding and removing software.
Pup: Package updater that only shows software updates available from RHN. Multiple software locations at one time. YUM can be configured to look for software packages in more than one location at a time. Ability to specify particular software versions or architectures. How you will install software by YUM? (Give an example of the command) yum install package
Which option is required to assume the answer "yes" to any questions asked during installation of package dependencies for YUM? (Give an example of the command) -y yum install package -y
How to remove a software by YUM?
By using the “remove” command
What is RPM?
RPM (RPM Package Manager) is a popular utility for installing software on Unix-like systems, particularly Red Hat Linux. What command would you use to install the package mySoftwarePackage.rpm on a Linux system? (Give an example of the command) yum install mySoftwarePackage.rpmWhat command would you use to remove the package mySoftwarePackage.rpm on a Linux system? (Give an example of the command) yum remove mySoftwarePackage.rpmWhat command would you use to upgrade the existing package mySoftwarePackage.rpm on a Linux system? (Give an example of the command) yum upgrade mySoftwarePackage.rpmWhat is the command to rebuild the RPM Database? What command would you use to check the installed software (rpm’s)...
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