yum man page
yum — /usr/bin/yum to /usr/bin/dnf redirecting executable
YUM executable is now powered by DNF. If you are sure you really want to use YUM, it is still available as yum-deprecated.
- Synchronize list of packages and versions available. This should be run first, before running subsequent yum commands:
- Install a new package:
yum install package
- Install a new package and assume yes to all questions (also works with update, great for automated updates):
yum -y install package
- Find the package that provides a particular command:
yum provides command
- Remove a package:
yum remove package
- Upgrade installed packages to newest available versions:
- dnf.conf(8), DNF Configuration Reference
- yum2dnf(8), Description of differences between yum and DNF
- DNF project homepage (https://github.com/rpm-software-management/dnf/)
- Fedora wiki page (http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/ReplaceYumWithDNF)
- yum to DNF migration FAQ (http://dnf.readthedocs.io/en/latest/user_faq.html)
See AUTHORS in DNF source distribution.
2012-2014, Red Hat, Licensed under GPLv2+
createrepo(8), guestfs-building(1), mock(1), rhnplugin(8), rhnplugin.conf(5), salt(7), yum.conf(5), yum-config-manager(1), yum-cron(8), yumdb(8), yumdownloader(1), yum-filter-data(1), yum-groups-manager(1), yum-langpacks(8), yum-list-data(1), yum-shell(8), yum-updatesd(8), yum-verify(1).