Topics: Installation, Red Hat / Linux

Yum

Use yum to update your system (for Fedora or Red Hat):

# yum update
will update all the packages on your system. If you need to configure a proxy server for yum to use, then just add the following line to /etc/yum.conf:
proxy=http://address-of-proxyserver.org:80
Of course set it to your correct proxy server and port number.



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