Install / Enable Ulyaoth Repository on RHEL, CentOS, Fedora, OL & SL

Ulyaoth is a third-party RPM repository which contains Web Server related packages such as Hiawatha, Nginx, Monkey & Tomcat, etc.., for Enterprise Linux (RHEl, CentOS, Fedora (19-23), OracleLinux & ScientificLinux) 6 & 7. Follow the below steps to install & enable Ulyaoth Repository to RPM systems and install the packages.

Also you can read the below additional third party repo for RPM based systems.

1) Install/Enable Ulyaoth GPG KEY

Import the official GPG key of Ulyaoth repository.

# rpm --import https://repos.ulyaoth.net/RPM-GPG-KEY-ulyaoth

2) Install/Enable Ulyaoth Repo on RPM Systems

Run the below commands on your terminal to Install/Enable Ulyaoth Repositories to Fedora 19-23, CentOS 6 & 7, RHEL 6 & 7, Scientific Linux 6 & 7, Oracle Linux 6 & 7 systems.

[CentOS]
# yum install https://downloads.ulyaoth.net/rpm/ulyaoth-1.1.0-1.centos.noarch.rpm

[Fedora]
# [yum|dnf] install https://downloads.ulyaoth.net/rpm/ulyaoth-1.1.0-1.fedora.noarch.rpm

[Red Hat]
# yum install https://downloads.ulyaoth.net/rpm/ulyaoth-1.1.0-1.redhat.noarch.rpm

[Scientific Linux]
$ yum install https://downloads.ulyaoth.net/rpm/ulyaoth-1.1.0-1.scientificlinux.noarch.rpm

[Oracle Linux]
$ yum install https://downloads.ulyaoth.net/rpm/ulyaoth-1.1.0-1.oraclelinux.noarch.rpm

3) How to check whether Ulyaoth Repository is Enabled or not

Run the below command to verify and confirm the Ulyaoth Repository is installed in your system.

# yum repolist
ulyaoth/7/x86_64            Ulyaoth Repository                              456

4) How to Check whether the package is available from Ulyaoth Repository

Use the below command to search whether the package is available from Nux Dextop repo.

# yum --enablerepo=ulyaoth list Ulyaoth-hiawatha
ulyaoth-hiawatha.x86_64                  1:10.0-3.el7                   @ulyaoth

5) How to install package from Ulyaoth Repository

Use the Ulyaoth command format like below to install package from Ulyaoth Repository. For example, i’m going to install hiawatha web server using Ulyaoth Repository.

# yum --enablerepo=ulyaoth install ulyaoth-hiawatha

6) How to Check whether the package is installed from Ulyaoth Repository

Use the below command to check whether the package is installed from Ulyaoth repo.

# yum info ulyaoth-hiawatha
Installed Packages
Name        : ulyaoth-hiawatha
Arch        : x86_64
Epoch       : 1
Version     : 10.0
Release     : 3.el7
Size        : 508 k
Repo        : installed
From repo   : ulyaoth
Summary     : Hiawatha is an open source webserver with a focus on security.
URL         : https://www.hiawatha-webserver.org/
License     : GPLv2
Description : Hiawatha is an open source webserver with a focus on security. I
            : started Hiawatha in January 2002. Before that time, I had used
            : several webservers, but I didn't like them. They had unlogical,
            : almost cryptic configuration syntax and none of them gave me a
            : good feeling about their security and robustness. So, I decided it
            : was time to write my own webserver. I never thought that my
            : webserver would become what it is today, but I enjoyed working on
            : it and liked to have my own open source project. In the years that
            : followed, Hiawatha became a fully functional webserver.

7) How to list out the packages available from Ulyaoth Repository

Use the below command to listout, list of packages available from Ulyaoth repo.

# yum --disablerepo="*" --enablerepo="Ulyaoth" list available | more
Available Packages
spotify-client.x86_64                              0.9.17.8-1.el7        ulyaoth
ulyaoth-apr.x86_64                                 1.5.2-1.el7           ulyaoth
ulyaoth-apr-devel.x86_64                           1.5.2-1.el7           ulyaoth
ulyaoth-banana.x86_64                              1.5.0-2.el7           ulyaoth
ulyaoth-filebeat.x86_64                            1.1.1-1.el7           ulyaoth
ulyaoth-go.x86_64                                  1.5.3-1.el7           ulyaoth
ulyaoth-hhvm.x86_64                                3.11.1-1.el7          ulyaoth
ulyaoth-hhvm-lts-3.3.x86_64                        3.3.7-1.el7           ulyaoth
ulyaoth-hhvm-lts-3.6.x86_64                        3.6.6-1.el7           ulyaoth
ulyaoth-hhvm-lts-3.9.x86_64                        3.9.1-1.el7           ulyaoth
ulyaoth-httpdiff-masterbuild.x86_64                20150614-1.el7        ulyaoth
ulyaoth-jsvc.x86_64                                1.0.15-1.el7          ulyaoth
ulyaoth-kibana4.x86_64                             4.4.1-1.el7           ulyaoth
ulyaoth-logstash.x86_64                            2.2.1-1.el7           ulyaoth
ulyaoth-logstash-forwarder.x86_64                  0.4.0-2.el7           ulyaoth
ulyaoth-mbedtls.x86_64                             1.3.16-2.el7          ulyaoth
ulyaoth-mbedtls2.x86_64                            2.1.2-1.el7           ulyaoth
ulyaoth-mbedtls2.1.x86_64                          2.1.4-2.el7           ulyaoth
ulyaoth-nginx.x86_64                               1:1.8.1-1.el7         ulyaoth
ulyaoth-nginx-mainline.x86_64                      1:1.9.11-2.el7        ulyaoth
--More--

Now, Everybody can install any third party open-source software without any trouble…)

Magesh Maruthamuthu

Love to play with all Linux distribution

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