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CentOS 6.5 equivalents in CentOS 7

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I tried to install CentOS 7 on a new system. It works.

However, I'm noticing small things:
1. system-config-network-tui is not installed and yum cannot find it. I realized for this -- nmtui
2. What about firewall? I can't seem to understand the replacement from system-config-firewall-tui

posted Oct 30, 2014 by anonymous

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I use "yum list installed" to determine if a package has been installed on centos. In particular, I was interested in the "man" program, installed with the command "yum install man".

In Centos6, if I look at the results, I see that "man" was installed. This is good.
In Centos7, if I look at the results, I see that "man-db" was installed. This is inconsistent.

The result is that the generic algorithm:

if I want package X , check the "yum list installed" output.
If X is not listed, install it, otherwise assume it's already installed.

Is there a reason for this inconsistency? The above algorithm works with most other packages.

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Has anyone gotten this working? I have it compiling no problem, but removing OpenSSL is another story of course. It seems to be compiled with FIPS support and of course there is no such thing in LibreSSL - that is something they tore out

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Google gives many links to such a thing, but when I pursue them I do not get to an URL.
Where I can actually download one.

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