Finished Dependency Resolution Dependencies Resolved ==================================================================================================== Package Arch Version Repository Size ==================================================================================================== Removing: firefox i686 10.0.6-1.el6.centos @updates 23 M Transaction Summary ==================================================================================================== Remove 1 Package(s) Reinstall 0 Package(s) Downgrade 0 Package(s) Is this ok [y/N]: y Downloading Packages: Running rpm_check_debug Running Transaction Test Transaction Test Succeeded Running Transaction Erasing : firefox-10.0.6-1.el6.centos.i686 1/1 Removed: firefox.i686 .0.6-1.el6.centos Complete!
Let’s say you have outdated version of My SQL package and you want to update it to the latest stable version.
The above command will ask confirmation before installing any package on your system.
If you want to install packages automatically without asking any confirmation, use option -y as shown in below example.
YUM (Yellowdog Updater Modified) is an open source command-line as well as graphical based package management tool for RPM (Red Hat Package Manager) based Linux systems.
update httpd Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile * base: mirrors.sin3* epel: ftp.* extras: mirrors.sin3* updates: mirrors.sin3Setting up Update Process By default yum keeps all the repository enabled package data in /var/cache/yum/ with each sub-directory, to clean all cached files from enabled repository, you need to run the following command regularly to clean up all the cache and make sure that there is nothing unnecessary space is using.
We don’t want to give the output of the below command, because we like to keep cached data as it is.
I am very, very new to all this so baby steps please if helping is appreciated.
I am trying to connect to the following repository so I can update my YUM packages: honestly I have no idea how to do that from SSH though - any guidance is very appreciative.