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where command is the action you want yum to accomplish with the package and packagename is the name of the package you are using with yum. You can specify more than one package that you want to install with yum, provided yum is configured to find it on one of its defined repositories, which you will learn about later. When you do specify multiple packages, the package names must be separated by a space.
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To install a package using yum, you will use the install command. For example, if you want the Subversion source code control system for your development team to use, you will run the following: yum install subversion This will start the installation of the Subversion package, and yum will also look for its dependent packages to be installed as shown in Figure 7-2.
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Figure 7-2. Installing the subversion package using yum By answering y on the prompt, you instruct yum to begin installing the subversion package and downloading its dependency packages, such as perl URI.noarch. After the installation, the subversion package will be on your system.
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Removing a package with YUM will also remove its dependent packages, if there are any. To remove a package using the yum command, will use its remove option. For example, if you do not need the gcc package anymore, you can remove it from your system by entering yum remove gcc
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You will see a summary screen that will ask if you really want to remove the package, as shown in Figure 7-3.
Figure 7-3. Removing packages with yum
Responding y here will remove the gcc package from your system. Note that g++ will also be removed, because it depends on the gcc package.
Updating Packages with YUM
If you know that there are updates for a specific package and you want those to be applied to your system using YUM, you can do that by using the update command. For example, if you want to update the gcc package to a newer version, you will use this command: yum update gcc Similar to both the install and remove commands, the update command will also prompt you about the following packages to be updated along with the target package, as shown in Figure 7-4.
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Figure 7-4. Updating the gcc package with yum Answering y will make YUM download the updated packages and apply it to your system. If there are no updated packages, YUM will terminate and inform you that the target package you want to update is still current.
Searching Packages with YUM
You can also use YUM to find the available packages that can be installed from its repository list, by using the search command. For example, if you want to know what packages will be added into your system when you install the bison package, you will enter this: yum search bison The search command in YUM is not restricted to complete words. You can also search packages by using only a part of the package name, if you are not sure exactly what are you looking for. As an example, if you know that there is a parser generator tool that starts with the letters b and i, and you want to look for it using YUM, you can run this command: yum search bi You will see a list of all the packages YUM can install that start with the letters bi.
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CentOS repositories and media are not your only sources for YUM packages. You can add more repository sources into your system by creating repository files. A repository file is a text file that YUM references when performing package management functions. Repository files are placed in the /etc/yum.repos.d directory. It uses the following syntax [repositoryname]
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