There's a handful of popular package managers that are used on various Linux distributions, and dnf is among the most popular. It's the default package manager on distros such as Red Hat, CentOS, AlmaLinux, Rocky Linux, Fedora, among others. In this video, we'll explore the dnf command and see examples of basic usage.
## Individual sections
00:00 - Intro
01:04 - Sponsor for this video: Linode
02:30 - What is "dnf"?
03:14 - Installing a single package with dnf
07:45 - Using dnf to search for a package to install
09:45 - Listing installed packages
11:10 - Listing packages that have been recently updated
12:06 - Installing more than one package at a time
15:48 - Uninstalling packages with dnf
17:39 - Updating a package to the latest version
18:47 - Updating all installed packages to the latest version
20:41 - Setting up automatic updates with dnf-automatic
24:00 - Reinstalling a package with dnf
25:29 - Removing unused dependencies
Dig Command Line Options and Examples
Here is the frequently used command line options and example’s of dig command.
1. Basic Dig Command
A basic dig command accept domain name as command line parameter and prints Address record.
2. Query With Specific DNS Server
The default dig command queries to dns server configured on your system. For example, the Linux systems keep default DNS entry in /etc/resolv.conf.
3. Print Short Answer
Use +short command line option to print result in short form. This is basically useful with the shell scripting and other automation tasks.
4. Print Detailed but Specific Result
Use +noall with +answer to print detailed information but specific. This will print only answer section including few more details as a result.
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mv Command Examples
Below is the basic mv command examples on Linux terminal.
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Below are some of the popular usage of the lsof command.
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date Command Examples
Show date time in UTC/GMT
View past dates on specific days
View future dates
View date in other timezone
Print date in specific format
View file modification time
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The URL syntax is completely protocol-dependent with cURL. Before reading more about parameters or example, you must know the URL formats, you can use with curl.
CURL Command Options
curl command comes with large number of command line options. Which provides it great flexibility to perform various tasks. Here we will describe you some frequently used command options with curl command.
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