How to Install and Uninstall Yarn on Ubuntu Linux

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Yarn is the acronym for Yet Another Resource Neggotiator. It is the Hadoop stack’s coordinating element. It schedules the execution of jobs and coordinates and manages the underlying resources. This article is focused on how to Install and Uninstall Yarn on Ubuntu Linux 22.04. Other useful materials:How to install WireShark on a Linux Ubuntu System, how to Install PlayonLinux on a Linux System, how to install Windows Server 2022 on VirtualBox, how to install Redis on a Linux System, how to install Unison on a Linux System and how To Install Nextcloud on a Linux system. The steps to install Yarn are as follows

Step1: Update System Repos

Use the command below to update system repositories

apt update 
package index

Step2: Install Curl if you do not already have it

We shall be needing curl for the next step so it’s important to install it and we can do so with the command:

sudo apt install curl
curl installed

Step 3: Import Yarn GPG Keys

Run the following command to import the Yarn GPG key to Ubuntu system repositories:

curl -sL | sudo apt-key add -

Step 4: enable yarn Repo

Run the following command to enable the Yarn repository on Ubuntu 22.04 system:

echo "deb stable main" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/yarn.list
enable yarn repo

Step5: Install Yarn

Run the following command to install Yarn :

sudo apt install yarn

Step 6: Verify your Installation. To do this, run the following command to check if the yarn is really installed and also check the installed version on your Ubuntu 22.04 system using the command:

yarn --version
yarn version

As we can see we have successfully installed yarn on our Ubuntu machine. Be on the lookout for future articles and updates and how to practically use Hadoop for data processing.

How to Uninstall Yarn

If you do not want yarn anymore on your machine, run the command below to remove it

 sudo apt remove--autoremove yarn
remove yarn

You are probably here because you are seeking alternative ways of installing yarn other than NPM. Guess you’ve learned how to install and uninstall Yarn on a Linux system. The steps listed above can help you get up and running with Yarn on your Linux server.

I hope you found this blog post helpful on how to Install and Uninstall Yarn on Ubuntu Linux. Please let me know in the comment section if you have any questions.

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7 months ago

Invalid operation remove–autoremove

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