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Install from a software repository

Install from a software repository: Linux: Package Management for CentOS
Install from a software repository: Linux: Package Management for CentOS

The standard way of installing software on Linux is from a software repository. A software repository is a file server on a network that includes software packages, package indexes, metadata about the packages, and a public key for cryptographically checking packages against malware. Client software installation tools need to be configured so they know where the repositories are located and can install packages from multiple repositories.

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Network Administration IT Operating Systems Linux

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