autoconf.noarch on CentOS 7 / RHEL 7

Last updated: December 07,2022

1. Install autoconf.noarch package

This guide let you learn how to install autoconf.noarch package:

sudo yum makecache
sudo yum install autoconf.noarch

2. Uninstall / Remove autoconf.noarch package

Please follow the guidance below to uninstall autoconf.noarch package:

sudo yum remove autoconf.noarch
sudo yum autoremove

3. Details of autoconf.noarch package

Installed Packages
Name : autoconf
Arch : noarch
Version : 2.69
Release : 11.el7
Size : 2.2 M
Repo : installed
From repo : base
Summary : A GNU tool for automatically configuring source code
URL : http://www.gnu.org/software/autoconf/
License : GPLv2+ and GFDL
Description : GNU's Autoconf is a tool for configuring source code and
: Makefiles. Using Autoconf, programmers can create portable and
: configurable packages, since the person building the package is
: allowed to specify various configuration options.
:
: You should install Autoconf if you are developing software and
: would like to create shell scripts that configure your source code
: packages. If you are installing Autoconf, you will also need to
: install the GNU m4 package.
:
: Note that the Autoconf package is not required for the end-user
: who may be configuring software with an Autoconf-generated script;
: Autoconf is only required for the generation of the scripts, not
: their use.