One uniqueness or key identifier of different Linux distributions is in the package manager they use to update, install, configure, and uninstall various targeted software packages. In Arch Linux, the package manager is called Pacman. This tutorial seeks to walk you through some commonly used and unique Pacman commands that will make your Arch Linux interaction and […]Read More
The DNF (Dandified Yum) is the next-generation version of the YUM (Yellowdog Updater, Modified), is an open-source default package manager for Red Hat-based Linux distributions, that is used for getting, installing, upgrading, removing, and querying pa…Read More
Simon Peter, the creator of the format of self-contained packages AppImage, has published release distribution helloSystem 0.6, based on FreeBSD 12.2 and positioned it as a system for regular users including macOS fans, who are unhappy with Apple polic…Read More
This brief tutorial shows how to find and remove all packages installed on a certain date and time in Linux.
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YUM stands for Yellowdog Updater Modified, which is an RPM (RedHat Package Manager) based package management tool for Linux Systems. Yum was introduced in RHEL version 5.10 onward and its deprecated up2date command. The yum command helps all Users and System Administrators to search for information about packages and then install, update, and remove all rpm-related […]
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