yum-utils — classic YUM utilities implemented as CLI shims on top of DNF
The main purpose of these shims is ensuring backward compatibility with yum-3.
Install the associated debuginfo packages for a given package specification. Maps to dnf debuginfo-install.
Check for running processes that should be restarted. Maps to dnf needs-restarting.
Report which repository the package was installed from. Part of core DNF functionality. Maps to dnf list --installed. See List Command in dnf(8) for details.
Clean up locally installed, duplicate, or orphaned packages.
Output a full package dependency graph in dot format. Maps to dnf repograph.
Display a list of unresolved dependencies for repositories. Maps to dnf repoclosure.
Display a list of differences between two or more repositories. Maps to dnf repodiff.
Manage a directory of rpm packages. Maps to dnf repomanage.
Searches the available DNF repositories for selected packages and displays the requested information about them. Part of core DNF functionality. Maps to dnf repoquery. See Repoquery Command in dnf(8) for details.
Synchronize packages of a remote DNF repository to a local directory. Maps to dnf reposync.
Track packages and its dependencies and download them. Maps to yumdownloader --resolve --alldeps. See yumdownloader(1) for details.
Install whatever is needed to build the given .src.rpm, .nosrc.rpm or .spec file. Maps to dnf builddep.
Manage main DNF configuration options, toggle which repositories are enabled or disabled, and add new repositories. Maps to dnf config-manager.
Writes system RPM configuration to a dump file. Maps to dnf debug-dump.
Restores system RPM configuration from a dump file. Maps to dnf debug-restore.
Download binary or source packages. Maps to dnf download.
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