In this article, I will tell you how we can manage network connections in Linux. So in this article, we will learn to use nmcli tool. It is a NetworkManager Tool. It can be used to display network device status, create, edit, activate/deactivate, and delete network connections. So it is a very important tool that helps us to save time. Because we can manage the network connections/profiles directly with the nmcli tool without accessing the GUI NetworkManager. The commands are very short and so simple. So if a beginner tries to managing the NetworkManager Connections/profiles then it wouldn’t be difficult to manage any network with nmcli tool.
In this article, I will explain how a local repository is set up on RHEL 8. If you want to install a package in RHEL 8, it will throw an error telling you the dependencies and the repo files error. So to resolve this error, we should install YUM / DNF repository locally or use RHEL’s subscription management. Friends, likewise, in other distros of RHEL we had to set repo files manually, as expected here we would have to do the same. So here I will tell you the set up of local YUM / DNF repo using DVD. So let’s start without wasting time – Continue reading “How To Set Local YUM/DNF Repository On RHEL 8?”