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102.5 Use RPM and YUM Package Management


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rpm
Package installation utility for Red Hat based distributons
rpm -nodeps
Install the package without worrying about installed dependencies
rpm -i
Install
rpm -K
Check package signature
rpm -V
Verify the package
rpm -a
All packages
rpm -U
Upgrades or installs a new package
rpm -F
Upgrade a package already installed (if exsists only)
rpm -q
Query a package to determine if already inbstalled
rpm -e
Erase or uninstall a package
rpm -f
Query package owning file
rpm -p
Package
rpm -l
List files in a package
rpm -rebuild
Rebuilds a source package
rpm -rebuiilddb
Rebuilds the rpm database
rpm -qa
Print all installed packages
rpm -ql
List files in an installed package
rpm -qf
Determine which installed package a file belongs to
rpm -qpl
List all files in an RPM package
rpm -checksig
Sames as -K
/etc/yum.repos.d
Directory containing yum source repository files
cpio
Create CPIO archive
cpio -d
create leading directories where needed [CPIO]
cpio -i
Extract [CPIO]
cpio -u
Replace all files without asking [CPIO]
cpio -m
Retain previous modification times when creating files [CPIO]
rpm2cpio
Convert RPM packages to CPIO compressed files