Tag : YUM Command
YUM Command is one of the basic tools used to manage system automatically in Linux.
The yum command is graphical based management tool that allow the users to install, remove and update the software packages. The indicated package manager is set default in some Linux distributions. Yum command also performs dependency analysis and verifies all configured repositories. Yum stands for Yellowdog Updater Modified and the package is available in open source.
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