02: List all available packages under a EPEL Repo on a CentOS/RHEL/Fedora Linux. To list all available packages under a repo called epel, enter: $ sudo yum –disablerepo=”*” –enablerepo=”epel” list available OR $ sudo yum –disablerepo=”*” –enablerepo=”epel” list available | grep ‘package’ OR $ sudo yum –disablerepo=”*” –enablerepo=”epel” list available | less Sample outputs: Fig.
How to Add RPMForge Yum Repository in CentOS/RHEL 7/6/5 systems using commands line. Enable rpmforge repository in centos and redhat systems.
CentOS / Fedora Core / RHEL 5 uses yum for software management. Yum allows you to add a new repository as a source to install binary software.
2/easy-rsa/’: No such file or directory”. Thnx for the tut but I still can’t get it running. I have minor linux knowlegde (mostly used Webmin to config the box) so please help me out. I had open vpn running in the past on my centos box but the dns and routing was not correct. @ […]
Make sure you know if HTTP, HTTPS, or both are allowed for management of the router. Also you will need to know if the router as internal, external, or access from both interfaces. You must also know the username and password. Its easy to connect to a Linksys router using the Linux CLI command lynx.
# For CentOS 7/RHEL 7/ Scientific Linux 7 # [email protected] 2daygeek [~]# rpm -Uvh http://pkgs. Rpm # For CentOS 6. If you want to disable, just change enabled=1 to enabled= 0 in rpmforge. By default it's enabled.
Add a SSH Key to Your Github Account for a Linux Server. Adding an SSH key to your github. The special circumstances included a 64-Bit install of CentOS and the rpmforge yum repo. CentOS, Ubuntu, Windows, OSX, Ruby, PHP, Pyhton, C, routers, security, information.
This will add a yum repository config. The default RPMforge repository does not replace any CentOS base packages. In the past it. The configuration of the RPMforge repository is quoted right from the Centos.
The folks behind CentOS are pretty cautious when adding newer updates to their systems. Most of the latest servers and software packages are not available from the default CentOS repositories. If you want to install and use the latest packages for your applications on CentOS 7, you’ll have to install additional third-party software repositories. They […]
Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux (or EPEL) is a Fedora Special Interest Group that creates, maintains, and manages a high quality set of additional packages for Enterprise Linux, including, but not limited to, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), CentOS and Scientific Linux (SL), Oracle Linux (OL).