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Recipe 2.13. Installing Yum

2.13.1 Problem

rather tired of getting sucked into RPM-dependency hell, and
you're ready to let the computer do the work.

2.13.2 Solution

Use Yum, the Yellow Dog Updater, Modified.

Yum is standard on Fedora; on other systems you may need to install

# rpm -ivh yum-2.0.4-1.noarch.rpm

Next, download the appropriate GPG keys. This key is for downloads from
the Fedora project:

# rpm import

You'll find more keys in the download directories,
such as
You'll need keys from all the repositories you
configure Yum to use. Add this line to
/etc/yum.conf to make Yum automatically check
the keys:


Now you can install a new program:

# yum install tuxpaint

Your first Yum download will take as long as 30 minutes, because it
will download package lists:

Gathering header information file(s) from server(s)
Server: Fedora Linux / stable for Red Hat Linux 9 (i386)
Server: Red Hat Linux 9 (i386)
Server: Red Hat Linux 9 (i386) updates
Finding updated packages
Downloading needed headers
getting /var/cache/yum/fedora-stable/headers/leafnode-0-1.9.43-0.fdr.1.rh90.i386.hdr
getting /var/cache/yum/fedora-stable/headers/libzvt-devel-0-2.0.1-0.fdr.5.rh90.i386.hdr
Dependencies resolved
I will do the following:
[install: tuxpaint-2002.10.20-1.i386.rpm]
Is this ok [y/N]:

Say yes, and you're finished.

2.13.3 Discussion

FreshRPMs is a
good source of quality packages. Yum
mirrors are at Your
Yum RPM from FreshRPMs will already be configured to use the
FreshRPMs repositories. Be sure to install the GPG key:

# rpm import

Putting gpgcheck=1 in
yum.conf, and importing the keys, ensures that
Yum will automatically check package signatures.
It's an easy, painless method for checking that you
are installing packages that have not been maliciously altered or
messed up in transit.

2.13.4 See Also

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