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I want to install packages automatically by running a script

I can write

 yum install php

but I want it to install another package once installation of the php package is completed

Is there any solution to make it automatic?

I have around 20packages which are to be downloaded from remi repository

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You mean yum doesn't accept yum install <package> <package> <package>? – mkaito Aug 27 '12 at 13:04
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Write your script named installer.sh as:

#!/bin/bash
yum -y install php
yum -y install <another_package>
yum -y install <yet_another_package>
...

Then run it $ bash installer.sh

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it wont be done automatic, because it will prompt for Yes/No and user has to type in Y inorder to continue, Is there a way to do it automatic without need of user – meWantToLearn Aug 27 '12 at 6:51
    
@meWantToLearn in that case use -y option, see the updated answer – Rohan Aug 27 '12 at 6:57
    
Thanks for your reply :) – meWantToLearn Aug 27 '12 at 6:59

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