The repository and key can also be installed manually with the following script: Note that due to the manual signing process and the system we use to publish, the yum repo may lag behind and not get the latest version of VS Code immediately.
The yum repository above also works for open SUSE and SLE based systems, the following script will install the key and repository: The package (64-bit) can also be manually downloaded and installed, however auto-updating won't work unless the repository above is installed.
Suggested Read : (#) YUM Command To Manage Packages on RHEL/Cent OS Systems (#) DNF (Fork of YUM) Command To Manage Packages on Fedora System (#) How To Display Date And Time In History Command In some cases, the hosted applications might not work properly or through some error due to recent patch updates (It could be some library incompatibility or package upgrade), what will be the solution in this case?
Once downloaded it can be installed using your package manager, for example with Note that 32-bit and gz binaries are also available on the download page.
VS Code ships monthly and you can see when a new release is available by checking Updates.
Use the same above commands and change the package manager command to DNF instead of YUM.
For users running our Plex Media Server on DEB-based (Ubuntu, etc.) or RPM-based (Fedora, Cent OS, etc.) Linux distributions, it’s possible to do so via our official repository.
This article covers how to add the repository to Ubuntu and Fedora/Cent OS.
Other compatible distributions may work, but are not officially supported by Plex.For those who wish to verify our public key, its correct md5sum is: Note: Repository updating is currently only supported for public releases of Plex Media Server.It is not currently possible to use it for Plex Pass preview/beta releases.If you'd like to install on Linux, see Installing via package manager to find the package and installation instructions tailored to your Linux distribution.To learn more about Java Script and Node.js, see our tutorial where you'll learn about running and debugging applications with VS Code.If the VS Code repository was installed correctly, then your system package manager should handle auto-updating in the same way as other packages on the system.