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Is there a simple yum command or some other that indicates where abouts the files belonging to a particular package have been installed?

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rpm -ql packagename
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I think that does the reverse of what I want. It looks like you give it a file, and it tells you which package it belongs to. – nedned Oct 23 '09 at 3:29
    
Good grief, you're right. Too quick off the keyboard. – womble Oct 23 '09 at 3:50
    
All fixed now. Sorry 'bout that. – womble Oct 23 '09 at 3:51
    
yep, that does it :) I wonder why one might want to use the other way that I found. – nedned Oct 23 '09 at 5:26

Looks like this is another way of doing it too:

$ rpm -q --filesbypkg packagename

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