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How can I list installed rpm packages ?
May 25 '20 #1
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SioSio
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The way to check is as follows.
$ man rpm
or
$ rpm --help

The package search is the -q option, and the -a option to search all.
May 29 '20 #2
cetpainfotech
15 New Member
To list all installed RPM packages on a Linux system, you can use the command "rpm -qa". This command will show you a list of all the RPM packages that are currently installed on your system.

You can also use the command "yum list installed" which is for the yum package manager. This command will show you a list of all the packages that are currently installed on your system, including both RPM and non-RPM packages.
Jan 28 '23 #3
dommerly
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To list the installed RPM packages on a Linux system, you can use the following command
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  1. rpm -qa
This command will display a list of all the installed RPM packages along with their names and versions. If you want to save the list to a file for further analysis, you can redirect the output to a text file using the following command:
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  1. rpm -qa > packages.txt
This will create a file named "packages.t xt" and write the list of installed RPM packages to that file. You can then open the file and view the list of packages using a text editor or any other tool of your choice.

Keep in mind that this command will work on RPM-based Linux distributions such as Red Hat, CentOS, Fedora, and openSUSE. If you are using a different package manager, the command may vary.
May 12 '23 #4

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