Amazon linux AMI cannot find packages

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Hi, I need some packges to build some binaries on EC2 running amazon linux, sudo apt install mesa-opencl-icd ocl-icd-opencl-dev gcc git bzr jq pkg-config curl clang build-essential hwloc libhwloc-dev wget -y

Im getting this error :

Error: Unable to find a match: mesa-opencl-icd ocl-icd-opencl-dev bzr build-essential libhwloc-dev

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asked a year ago674 views
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I don't think the apt command is available on Amazon Linux.
I thought that either the OS used was different or the command was wrong.
Amazon Linux installs packages with yum instead of apt.

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answered a year ago
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reviewed a year ago
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You may find the packages are not available in the Amazon managed repository. You may need to add a 3rd party Repo to install packages as AWS may not maintain or add said packages to their repos.

https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/UserGuide/add-repositories.html

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answered a year ago
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Try this way

  • <package-name> with the actual name of the package you want to install sudo yum install <package-name>
  • If you have a list of multiple packages you want to install, you can specify them separated by spaces sudo yum install <package1> <package2> <package3>
  • If you want to search for a specific package, you can use the yum search command sudo yum search <package-name>
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answered a year ago

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