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yum install --downloadonly --downloaddir= If only the package name is specified, the latest available package is. It is now possible to limit yum to install only security updates (as opposed to bug fixes or enhancements) using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5,6. You can use the yum deplist command to generate a list of package dependencies: $ yum deplist bind dependency: /bin/bash provider.

This might be really dumb but it should work. PACKAGE=awstats yum deplist $ PACKAGE | grep provider | awk '{print $2}' | sort | uniq | grep -v. This post looks at how to list the installed packages with YUM from the command line for YUM based Or maybe just available packages: yum. yum install --downloadonly --downloaddir=[directory] [package] Note: If only the package name is specified, the latest available package is.

You need to install plugin called yum-downloadonly. This plugin adds a – downloadonly flag to yum so that yum will only download the. yum install --downloadonly. By default, this . Total kB/s | MB exiting because "Download Only" specified. On CentOS, we sometimes need to install yum packages as RPMs locally because we may need them at a time when we don't have internet. If you want to install only security-related updates to your CentOS Linux installation using the yum command, it looks like the. yum install --downloadonly --downloaddir= If only the package name is specified, the latest available package is.

It is now possible to limit yum to install only security updates (as opposed to bug fixes or enhancements) using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5,6. This might be really dumb but it should work. PACKAGE=awstats yum deplist $ PACKAGE | grep provider | awk '{print $2}' | sort | uniq | grep -v. To see what particular versions are available to you via yum you can use the -- showduplicates switch. $ yum --showduplicates list httpd. This post looks at how to list the installed packages with YUM from the command line for YUM based Or maybe just available packages: yum.

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