Installing & Deleting Software Packages


Installing & Deleting Software Packages :
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Installing Package :
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To Installing an rpm software package, use the following command with -i option.

package-managers

Syn :

rpm -i package_file_name

Options :
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-i –> Install a Package
-v –> Verbose for a nicer display
-h –> Print hash marks as the package archive is unpacked

Where package_file_name specifies the name of the file that contains the package you want to install.

Cmd :

rpm -i gnorpm-0.9-10.i386.rpm
gnome-linuxconf-0.23-1.i386.rpm

Administrators like to include -v & -h Flags causes the command to print status information as its excutes.

Ex :

#rpm -ivh gnorom-0.-10.i386.rpm
Press Enter & Type
gnome-linuxconf-0.23-1.386.rpm
gnorpm
###############
gnome-linuxconf
###############

RPM Arguments :
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1) –force
2) –nodeps
3) –replacefiles

Ex :

rpm -i –nodeps gnorpm-0.-10.i386
Press Enter
gnome -linuxconf-0.23-1.i386.rpm

Deleting Packages :
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To Remove an installed package, issue a command

Cmd :

rpm -e package_name

redhat-config-packages

Performing Updates & Fixes :
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RPM makes it easy to install new versions of package. issue a command

Cmd :

rpm -uvh package_file_name

Where package file name is the name of the file containing the new version of the package

Ex :

rpm -Fvh gnorpm-0.9-10.i386.rpm

Identifying Installed Packages :
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RPM the version and build numbers of an installed packages, issue a command

Cmd :

rpm -q package_name

Ex :

gnorpm-0.9-10

The version and build number of each installed package.

Cmd :

rpm -qa

Determining File Ownership :
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RPM to learn which package, owns a particular file, issue a command

Syn :

rpm -qf filename

Cmd :

rpm -qf /etc/initab
initscripts-4.16-1

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