To install CUBRID Manager using yum command, we need to tell Yum where to look for CUBRID packages. First, visit one of the following links depending on your OS.
There choose CUBRID version. You will be given a list of links for your particular version. For example, the following link is provided for Fedora 17 where fc17 means this OS version. Other versions will have fc16, fc15, etc.
rpm -i http://yumrepository.cubrid.org/cubrid_repo_settings/8.4.1/cubridrepo-8.4.1-1.fc17.noarch.rpm
Or CentOS example where e16.2 means CentOS version 6.2:
rpm -i http://yumrepository.cubrid.org/cubrid_repo_settings/8.4.1/cubridrepo-8.4.1-1.el6.2.noarch.rpm
Executing this command will tell Yum where to look for CUBRID packages.
If you plan to use CUBRID Manager on your local computer, you need to install CUBRID Manager Server. For remote database administration, the CM Server is not required. It should be installed on that remote server.
yum install cubrid-manager-server
Since CUBRID 8.4.1, cubrid-manager-server is installed alongside cubrid, when you run "yum install cubrid".