Some command examples of how to use YUM

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http://www.linuxandlife.com – Most Linux distros provide a package manager. Debian and its derivatives use apt-get, Arch Linux uses pacman and Fedora uses YUM. YUM stands for "Yellowdog Updater Modified" and just like the other package managers of the other distros, you can use YUM for installing, removing, updating packages ... In today's article, I will show you some command examples of how to use YUM. This may be helpful for you if you are using Fuduntu, a derivative of Fedora, like me. 1. Install a package The command to install a package with yum is just like with apt-get: yum install packagename You will ne (Distributions)