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    I want setting my seedbox but i have a problem, i cant solve, this is my problem


    -bash: yum: command not found

    I have installed fedora 6
    Last edited by messi30; 03-07-2008 at 02:50 PM.

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    basically you typed the command wrong. i have done this many times, and sometimes it may be because you have typed the wrong thing earlier on

    -bash: always means you typed the wrong thing, and you cannot -bash: command

    REVOLT please, i will make you soooooooo proud.






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    Did you follow the tutorial word for word yet?

    how did you get on?
    Yes Sir, I'm Right On It!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SgtMajor View Post
    Did you follow the tutorial word for word yet?

    how did you get on?
    I have installed other seedbox but the seedbox of hosting ie show the follow

    yum -y install xterm wine vnc-server

    batch: yum: command not found

    I need install yum, if somebody can give me the link of one page for insall it, thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by messi30 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by SgtMajor View Post
    Did you follow the tutorial word for word yet?

    how did you get on?
    I have installed other seedbox but the seedbox of hosting ie show the follow

    yum -y install xterm wine vnc-server

    batch: yum: command not found

    I need install yum, if somebody can give me the link of one page for insall it, thanks.
    Which unix flavour did you get?

    Not all unix understand yum, some are apt-get iirc?
    Yes Sir, I'm Right On It!!

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    I am having the same problem. I have hosting IE as well. I have the centurion II plan. I get the same errror. I think I am running red hat, which might be what he is running as well. The reason the linux OS type is unclear is that it never lists they type anywhere, as far as I can see. I am truly in need of help on this problem too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SgtMajor View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by messi30 View Post

    I have installed other seedbox but the seedbox of hosting ie show the follow

    yum -y install xterm wine vnc-server

    batch: yum: command not found

    I need install yum, if somebody can give me the link of one page for insall it, thanks.
    Which unix flavour did you get?

    Not all unix understand yum, some are apt-get iirc?
    I have installed Fedora 6

    thats your question???

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    Looks like you dont have yum installed
    do this:

    wget http://linux.duke.edu/projects/yum/d...-3.2.12.tar.gz
    tar xvzpf yum-3.2.12.tar.gz
    cd yum-3.2.12
    ./configure
    make
    make install

    I'm a bit new to linux myself but this is how you generally install programs "manually" instead of using programs like apt-get or yum. There may be other things you need to do in the ./configure, make and make install parts so you may want to see if there's a README in the yum-3.2.12 directory. Pico is a good editor for new users so just type pico README or pico INSTALL in the yum-3.2.12 directory (ctrl x to exit)
    Last edited by Ragecloak; 03-07-2008 at 11:11 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SgtMajor
    Which unix flavour did you get?

    Not all unix understand yum, some are apt-get iirc?
    As above YUM (Yellowdog Update Manager) is the package manager used for Redhat/Mandrake based Linux distro's , If the distro on this server is Debian/Ubuntu based then the package manager is APT (Advanced Packaging Tool), there is also emerge for Gentoo based distro's but Gentoo is not commonly used for server installations.
    In a PuTTY session type uname -s this will show the O/S version onscreen to confirm which distro you have.
    The command line for apt is slightly different to yum it is apt-get install [ ] [ ]
    but once you have the distro type this will be clearer.

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    I thought RPM was the package manager for redhat? If you have rpm, that's easier than compiling like I suggested above
    just do this:

    wget http://linux.duke.edu/projects/yum/d...2.12-1.src.rpm
    rpm -Uvh yum-3.2.12-1.src.rpm

    edit: be sure to wget the full link and not the short link like the forum shows h ttp://linux.duke.edu/projects/yum/download/3.2/yum-3.2.12-1.src.rpm
    Last edited by Ragecloak; 03-07-2008 at 11:18 PM.

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