[cs615asa] Errors using package manager for Fedora

Avineshwar Singh asingh16 at stevens.edu
Sun Feb 21 18:21:34 EST 2016

Avoid yum as much as possible from now on. It's a deprecated utility,
however, certain things are still only possible using yum so using it is
On Feb 21, 2016 18:19, "smehta14" <smehta14 at stevens.edu> wrote:

> Hi Michael,
> As this is a testing phase and only you are using the box you can find out
> the PID by using the command ps -e and kill it. But this is not advisable
> when it comes down to production because you will not be the only user on
> the box and there will be many processes running in the background which we
> do not want to kill and it even depends on the case specific basis if the
> process is stuck it is advisable to kill it.
> Try using rpm and yum commands, explore them you will find various options
> which will help you to achieve what you want.
> Thanks & Regards,
> Sonal Mehta
>  On 02/21/2016 5:54 PM, Michael Kovalski wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I'm working on using the package manager for fedora (dnf) and it ends
>> up freezing when trying to run the command, giving me the below
>> output.
>> Fedora 23 - x86_64 - Updates
>>              23 MB/s |  19 MB     00:00
>> This is all I am getting as output and then the screen is blank for
>> the remainder until I kill the process. Here are some things that I've
>> tried to fix the issue, with no success:
>> dnf clean all
>> vi /etc/dnf/dnf.conf  -> setting fastestmirror=true
>> Neither of these helped. I do not believe I am using the EPEL repo
>> since this is only for Centos but looking at results online, those are
>> the errors I am running into.
>> Thanks,
>> Michael
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