Baldwin_James at emc.com wrote:
> Hi all,
>> After completing a minimal installation of of redhat linux ES 3.0...
>> I am wondering if there is some easy way to add rpms, just like the way
> Anaconda offers you during the installation, e.g. desktop, kde, gnome,
> kernel development, software development, etc...and to install these
If you purchased the support for RH, you can use 'up2date'.
up2date install package
If you did not pay for the licence, you can use yum
yum install package
> The one I am particularily interested in is the entire suite of Kernel
> Development tools...
I am unsure if this is possible with up2date, however with yum,
yum groupinstall "Kernel Development Tools"
will install them for you.
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