Friday, January 15, 2016
Software Management (Part 1)
09 LAB: Software Management
1. Install and rmove RPM packages
2. Query packages ad verify their state
3. Manage packages using YUM
4. Understand the relationshipbetween YUM and RPM
5. Rebuild and modify existing source RPMS
Linux distributions use the popular Redhat Package Manager or RPM. System of adding or removing programs. Almost all Linux user encounter the desire to add software totheir computer. Or package; toknow the status of the RPM. The query package systems offer many benefits. As a user, you can find what packages are nstalled on the systemand their versions. While working with Linux you can develop a real taste for YUM (Yellow dog Updater Modified) an automatic update and package installer/remover for RPM systems.
RPM is a powerful command line driven package management system capable to install, uninstall, verify, query, and update computer software packages. Each software consists of an archive offiles along withinformation about the version and desciptio of the package.
This lab users rpm to deals with:
Basic RPM commands