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Yum performs automatic dependency resolution on packages you are updating, installing, or removing, and thus is able to automatically determine, fetch, and install all available dependent packages.

The following sections assume your system was registered with Red Hat Subscription Management during installation as described in the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Installation Guide.

Using DNS-O-Matic allows you to pick and choose what Dynamic DNS services you want to notify, all from one easy to use interface.

These packages were originally designed as a substitute for a large host file in order to speed up browsing by having a local name server available to cache domain queries such as DNSKong.

If your system is not subscribed, see Chapter 6, Yum provides secure package management by enabling GPG (Gnu Privacy Guard; also known as Gnu PG) signature verification on GPG-signed packages to be turned on for all package repositories (i.e. When signature verification is enabled, Yum will refuse to install any packages not GPG-signed with the correct key for that repository.

This means that you can trust that the packages you download and install on your system are from a trusted source, such as Red Hat, and were not modified during transfer.

When a computer requests a URL or file from one of these domains, a fake reply is sent, thus preventing many spyware installs from occuring. We all have had problems with machines being overrun by malware: taking 20 minutes to startup, constant popups, hijacking of the home and search pages, bookmarks being added, etc.

Malware can even turn a machine into a "zombie", and be an unwilling participant in spam sending/relaying, address harvesting, or DDOS attacks against other computers.