Using a native package manager on UNIX computers

When you upgrade using the Centrify install.sh shell script, the script manages all dependencies and compatibility issues for you. If you want to upgrade Centrify software packages using the native package manager, you should first determine whether there are any compatibility issues or dependencies between the packages you have installed. You can then upgrade packages individually or simultaneously. For details about specific version compatibility requirements and upgrade scenarios, see Compatibility for additional packages.

After you have determined whether you have any version dependencies, you can use the native package manager to upgrade all packages simultaneously. You can also use the native package manager to remove old packages individually or remove all packages simultaneously.