dpkg -L lists all the files provided by a package. How is this accomplished in yum?
OS is SL6.
This functionality is provided by rpm, not yum:
rpm -ql [packagename]
rpm -ql packagename is roughly equivalent.
rpm -ql packagename
You should think of yum as similar to apt-get and rpm as roughly equivalent to dpkg. yum deals with packages in terms of repositories, and rpm deals with individual packages.
Ubuntu actually provides a cheat sheet on similar actions:
Switching between RedHat and Ubuntu
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