repairing an installed RPM
davem at iabyn.com
Tue Jan 10 00:42:37 UTC 2006
If I have an installed RPM, and one or more of its installed files have
been deleted or corrupted, what's the best way to repair it?
The only way I've found is
rpm -e --nodeps foo.rpm
rpm -i foo.rpm
which seems a bit clunky. Is there any way that only updates the damaged
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