20 Practical Examples of RPM Commands in Linux

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23 Responses

  1. kattanaresh says:

    Hai tecmint,

    Is there any log file for rpm package.not yum

    Thanks

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Naresh,

      Sorry your question is not clear to me, what you trying to say? you mean to have a log for all installed RPM files? If yes, then you should look for yum-utils tools that will provide more information about RPM packages..

  2. Rashid Hussain says:

    Good Dear , carry on

  3. Amit Singh says:

    I want to update all rpm package in linux. what is command. please tell me

  4. javed says:

    Q : how to automatically install dependencies of installing rpm package?? if one rpm package requires 10 dependencies then I need to download 10 dependencies separately?

    • Ravi Saive says:

      You can use following way to install all dependencies of a RPM package.

      yum localinstall rpmpackage.rpm
      
  5. roger says:

    The “–nodeps” in #4 doesn’t print out quite right in html it makes it look like a single dash…fwiw.

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