Updating fedora 9 to 10
To install DNF on RHEL/Cent OS systems, you need to first install and enable epel-release repository.
But what to do when setup is not ready for using yum or other install/update tool? Problem 6: List what files will be installed by a RPM package?DNF in not available in the default repository of RHEL/Cent OS 7.However Fedora 22 ships with DNF implemented officially.You may like to read more about DNF here: The latest stable release of DNF is 1.0 (at the time of writing of post) which was released on May 11, 2015.It (and all previous version of DNF) is mostly written in Python and is released under GPL v2 License.
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On the next article I'll show an easy way for yum repository building with wget and how to use it, see Hal Canary's rsync script for an example. Problem 7: Install a package directly from Internet? Problem 8: Simulate what will be done when executing "rpm -ivh new-kernel.rpm"?