Not all software comes from the distro's repositories. In this video, learn how to work with individual package files and how to add other repos.
- While the Cintas Repositories have a lot … of software available, … you may want to install something … that's not included in them. … There's two general approaches to adding packages … that aren't part of the regular Distr Repositories. … You can work with RPM packages manually … at the command line. … And you can add third party repositories … to be able to work with packages directly in Yum. … Let's take a quick look at both. … Nmap is a program that can scan a network. … It's actually available in the regular repositories. … But we can also visit the webpage for Nmap … and download a package file from there. … This can be useful if you're wanting … to keep a specific version of software around … to install on new systems. … Or if you need to do offline installation … in order to prepare systems before they join your network. … Let's take a look at the link to the relevant RPM here. … I'll find the download section. … And scroll down. … In order to get the RPM onto my server, … I'll need to copy the URL and then download it …
- What is CentOS?
- Installing CentOS
- Configuring networking manually
- Configuring the network with NetworkManager
- Connecting remotely
- Working with security-enhanced Linux (SELinux)
- Setting up a firewall
- Setting up a web server
- Sharing user home folders with Samba
- Setting up a desktop environment
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Basic Administration
3. Working with Security-Enhanced Linux (SELinux)
4. Working with Common Services and Applications
5. Using a Desktop
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