Description of problem:
-bash: yum: command not found
It can break almost all existing script and install tool.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
yum points to dnf.
$ sudo dnf install dnf-yum
Solves the issue.
Please add dnf-yum to the cloud image.
Afaik, this is planned. Which tools/scripts are failing for you?
"Eventually, DNF (which, contrary to many jokes, doesn't stand for anything) will be renamed to Yum, even though it is not a drop-in replacement. "
afaik the plan is to rename dnf to yum, so most scripts does not even need to be modified.
As most of the existing end user scripts or application does not prepared to things like `ls rename` they are also not prepared for `yum rename`.
I suggest to have the symbolic link installed by default on the cloud image,
it makes easier for everyone create scripts/apps which support multiple distribution and distribution version.
(In reply to Attila Fazekas from comment #2)
> "Eventually, DNF (which, contrary to many jokes, doesn't stand for anything)
> will be renamed to Yum, even though it is not a drop-in replacement. "
> afaik the plan is to rename dnf to yum, so most scripts does not even need
> to be modified.
That is no longer the plan.
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