How to configure Yum on RedHat Linux Enterprise 5.4
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yum is installed by default, there are no "details" to send. If you want to change the configuration to something that suits your requirements then you either need to tell us what those requirements are or read up on yum from the manpages or other readily available document. Note that you'll need RHN subscriptions to be able to use the redhat repositories.