Package Manager HowTos
Topic include Linux and Unix package management system including apt-get, yum, and other package manager. Example includes installing, upgrading, configuring, troubleshooting, and removing software packages on Linux and Unix like oses in a consistent manner ( rss feed ).
ow do I installed the latest version of Google Chrome v44 on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux or CentOS Linux version 7.x and Fedora Linux v22 using the yum command line option? [click to continue…]
've three old hard drives: sized 60, 60 and 120 GB. And 200 GB of video files, which I need to store on these drives. How would I store all my files on three hard drive without split a file into pieces or creating RAID array? How can I combines a several mount points (partitions) into the single one on a Linux operating systems? [click to continue…]
'm a CentOS Linux 7.x server user. How can I use yum command
to downgrade or rollback package updates on a RHEL (Red Hat)/CentOS/Scientific Linux server? [click to continue…]
am a Debian Linux serer user. How do I view the changelog of an installed package and find out if given CVE includes a fix or patch? How do I see a fix or patch already applied to installed package on a Ubuntu or Debian LTS server? [click to continue…]
need to tunnel X Window securely over SSH bases session so that I run X program on my remote Linux/Unix server/workstation and get back display to my Apple Macbook pro laptop. I tried the ssh -X user@server1
and ssh -Y user@server2
commands on both OS X Mountain Lion and Apple OS X Mavericks/Yosemite. But, I am unable to use the ssh command with X11.
How do I fix this problem on OS X and enable X11 forwarding with ssh command? How do I install XQuartz (X11.app) server on Apple OS X Mountain Lion or Mavericks or Yosemite?
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'm a new FreeBSD unix user. How can I install MariaDB database server on a FreeBSD unix based system? [click to continue…]
ow do I install the extra repositories such as Fedora EPEL repo on a Red Hat Enterprise Linux server version 7.x or CentOS Linux server version 7.x? [click to continue…]