'Yum' command returns to the command prompt without returning any output/report.
/usr/bin does not has gcc executable file.
How to fix the problem with yum and gcc?
Below are few outputs:
$ rpm -q rpm
$ rpm -q yum
$ ps -ef|grep yum
I want to know how does the RedHat/Centos and Ubuntu systems manage their packages updates?
Does RedHat/Centos update only from their local repositories? (using yum update)
Do we have to first, download the repositories from the internet, then yum update?
Of source, it's possible to...
In ansible at work, I have some servers grouped by their project name. Sometimes this will group varying servers together like db servers, http servers, etc..
I know I can update rpm packages using ansible, but using the below playbook, i believe it'll install the package if its not already...
Im using Fedora version 23 (latest upgrade and upates). Currently to receive the updates, I use:
su -c 'yum update'
This works fine, but I get:
yum command has been deprecated, redirecting to '/usr/bin/dnf update'.
See 'man dnf' and 'man yum2dnf' for more information.