Command Line Way of enabling Ubuntu software Repositories For 12.10 and above: To enable main repository, sudo add-apt-repository main To enable universe repository, sudo add-apt-repository universe To enable multiverse repository, sudo add-apt-repository multiverse To enable restricted repository, sudo add-apt-repository restricted NOTE:

Ubuntu natively uses deb packages, not rpm. yum is for the redhat rpm variant. You have to add the repo by terminal or create the repo file in the directory /etc/yum/repos.d as we find /etc/yum.repos.d/ in RHEL or CentOS but in Ubuntu it will be path /etc/yum/repos.d/ How To Install Software From The Arch Linux User Repository Sep 01, 2017 How to enable/disable Universe,Multiverse and Restricted Apr 29, 2020 How to Install PHP (7, 7.2 or 7.3) on Ubuntu – ThisHosting

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For the purpose of this tutorial we are only mirroring packages or repositories from; of course you can add other unofficial repositories in the mirror.list file in the server, but then you have to re-run apt-mirror there and edit on any client the sources.list file accordingly. Update local repository index.

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