I have an Ubuntu 14.04 kickstart server for my RHEL/CentOS deployements. This kickstart server also servers as a YUM server. I am able to use the below switches of createrepo command to make this ...
I'm using Ubuntu 12.04.3 on an AWS EC2 instance. This is my first time with an EC2 so it's all new to me. I'm also not the most experienced Linux guy either, so I apologize if this is a stupid ...
recently i tried to install oracle on my ubuntu using fast manual: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/articles/servers-storage-admin/ginnydbinstallonlinux-488779.html And after command: sudo yum ...
I've seen that yum command for Cento OS Red Hat Linux platform. But, I tried with sudo too and it was works. I want to know then what yum actually does? I am just qurious to know?
Like in Red Hat, we make Yum client by getting into /etc/yum.repos.d/ and make a repo file For eg:-client.repo The file mainly includes baseurl=ftp://[18.104.22.168]/pub/Packages Is there any such path ...
My understanding is that yum, and the rpm system, is only useful on distributions such as Red Hat, Fedora and CentOS. I thought that Ubuntu, as a Debian based system, had no use for yum. So I was ...