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Reinstall packages

Reinstall packages: Linux: Package Management for CentOS
Reinstall packages: Linux: Package Management for CentOS

Reinstalling packages is roughly the same as uninstalling a package and installing the exact same version again. The reason you might want to reinstall a package is to reinstall fresh configuration files to replace our modified configuration files. You don't have to reinstall the entire package, but rather you can extract certain files from the package and manually copy them into place.

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