Information about the package, bsh, which is shipped with common Linux distributions. The bsh package is designed for, Lightweight Scripting for Java.
Lightweight Scripting for Java
SPL or LGPLv2+
Control the bsh package with the following handy commands outlined below.
yum install bsh
This command will install bsh on the server.
yum remove bsh
This command will un-install bsh on the server. When you run this command, you will be asked if you are sure that you want to remove bsh, so you have to manually confirm that you want to do this.
yum -y remove bsh
This command will un-install bsh on the server. When you run this command with th e -y flag, you will not be prompted to check that you are sure you want to remove the package - so be sure you absolutely want to remove bsh when using the -y flag.
yum update bsh
This command will update bsh to the latest version. When you run this command, you will be asked if you are sure that you want to remove bsh, so you have to manually confirm that you want to do this.
yum -y update bsh
This command will update bsh to the latest version. When you run this command with the -y flag, you will not be prompted to check that you are sure you want to remove the package - so be sure you absolutely want to remove bsh when using the -y flag.
yum info bsh
This command will show you core information about the bsh package.
yum deplist bsh
This command will show you the dependencies for bsh. Thankfully, when using Yum, if dependencies are required, these are also installed at the same time so you don't have to worry too much about that.
yum check-update bsh
This command will check if there is an update waiting on bsh. When you run this command this will return nothing if there is nothing to update, or, will return the package name if the package is due to be updated.