rherardi at gssnet.com
Wed Feb 18 02:36:02 UTC 2004
Use the rpm command on the command line: it's very powerful and includes everything you need to list packages, dependencies, and to map individual files to associated packages. You can get information about a package (rpm -q -i <package name>), get a list of installed files (rpm -q -l <package name>), view each packages changelog (rpm -q --changelog <package name>), list all packages on the system (rpm -qa), and much more. Try saving your favorite queries in a simple shell script and if you're in love with the GUI make an icon for your script.
"Ricardo A. Vetrovec" wrote:
> Hi, anyone knew about a good rpm manager for fedora
> the standar just display the original package of the system, but,
> package of other sources?
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