Thursday , September 29 2022

Linux Package Manager

In today’s article, I will give you information about Linux Package Management. A package management system allows you to securely install the applications you need.

Installation and update differ depending on the operating system you use to install on Linux.

You can install programs with the yum install command for console installation in Centos operating system.

For Ubuntu, you can make the necessary installations in the form of apt install. In Centos 7, you can install a text editor like notepad with the “yum install vim” command.

Below are the packaging formats and tools used for different operating systems.

As seen above, we see the tools used for package formats and formats according to Operating Systems and operating system.

In the operating systems mentioned above, you can use commands such as install for installation, update to update, search to search, remove to delete.

For example, to install the vim editor package in the centos operating system, it should be written as follows.

To install the vim editor package in the Ubuntu operating system, we need to write as follows.

For example, to update the vim editor package in centos operating system, we need to write as follows.

In order to update the vim editor package in the Ubuntu operating system, it must be written as follows.

For example, to delete the vim editor package in centos operating system, we need to write as follows.

To delete the vim editor package in the Ubuntu operating system, it must be written as follows.

Like the examples above, we can install, update and delete packages.

 

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