RPM Package Manager is a package management system used primarily for GNU/Linux operating systems. It used the .rpm file format.

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Can't make Koji Work on A Centos6 server

I setup the koji build environment in a Centos6 Machine server as suggested by the documentation (http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Koji/ServerHowTo). I could properly access the Koji Web using http. Yet ...
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where does rpm install custom gpg keys?

Where does CentOS/RHEL 6 store custom gpg keys? I thought /etc/pki/rpm-gpg but I installed nginx's key but unable to find it. I see it was imported properly but where is it? wget ...
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Where to download MySQL server 5.0.77-log

I have MySQL Server version: 5.0.77-log Source distribution on a RHEL6 server. I need to reinstall it on a second RHEL6 server to set up a testing environment but I cannot find where to download this ...
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How can i install mysql_config on Red Hat Linux 4?

I've been tasked with implementing a few upgrades on a Red Hat Linux 4 box that is already running MySQL. I've found the need for the mysql_config tool, but i can't locate it as already being ...
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amanda client 3.3.5 for RHEL 5 - dependency issues

Im working to update my various clients to use the latest version of Amanda. The installs work great for RHEL6 but fails on v5 with the following errors: # yum localinstall ...
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rpm dependency failed to install, package installed anyway

I have this issue and I would like to understand why it is like this. I have build 3 really simple rpm packages called a, b and c, and I made a independant, b depending on a and c depending on a and ...
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Install libxml2.8 on RHEL 6

I want to install the software TinyOWS on a RHEL 6 server. I followed the instructions: $ wget http://download.osgeo.org/mapserver/tinyows-1.1.0.tar.bz2 $ tar xvjf tinyows-1.1.0.tar.bz2 $ cd ...
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Cant install repforge on Centos 5 [closed]

rpm -ivh http://pkgs.repoforge.org/rpmforge-release/rpmforge-release-0.5.3-1.el5.rf.i386.rpm Retrieving http://pkgs.repoforge.org/rpmforge-release/rpmforge-release-0.5.3-1.el5.rf.i386.rpm error: ...
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Where to store VCS version in RPM?

We're using Git as our VCS and RPMs for packaging. I'd like to store the Git hash a package was built from, but I'm not sure on the most appropriate place. There are a number of tags available to an ...
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Packages with no name listed by yum

In my Fedora 20 system I see these two packages with no names (and with no version one): [user@notebook ~]$ sudo yum list installed|grep rawhide 0.10.23-2.fc19 ...
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No such file or directory after rpm -e --nodeps packagename instead of command not found

I installed ethtool using yum install ethtool and then removed it using rpm -e --nodeps ethtool because when I tried to remove ethtool with yum it was going to remove a bunch of important dependencies ...
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Problems were detected with cPanel-provided files which are RPM controlled

I am running CentOS and received the following error email from my VPS cloud web server. Problems were detected with cPanel-provided files which are RPM controlled If you did not make these changes ...
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Avoid file conflict in rpm package

I have created a rpm package.The part of .spec file is below %install mkdir -p ${RPM_BUILD_ROOT}/etc/xyz cp -rf %{BDIR}/console ${RPM_BUILD_ROOT}/etc/xyz %files /etc/xyz/console So XYZ ...
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Compare installed rpm packages with available?

I would like to find the vmware packages that I haven't installed from their repo. The problem is that the output of yum search vmware is not the same format at from rpm -qa|grep vmware. Question ...
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Verify PHP 5.3.27 has been patched for CVE-2013-4248

Server setup: CentOS release 5.10 (Final) WHM 11.40.0 (26) EasyApache 3.22.24 rev9999 compiled apache 2.2.26 and PHP 5.3.27 w/ SuHosin 0.9.33 I already had PHP 5.3.27 installed (since before most ...
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Yum repo server as archive cache

Our software stack requires some specific versions of RPM packages. Unfortunately some of these packages become deprecated over time and get removed from their repos since their maintainers don't keep ...
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Cannot install net-tools on Red Hat Linux

The isolated networking lab is running Red Hat Linux 9 (Shrike). We still use this "ancient" release, because given the simplicity of the protocols examined, it is sufficient. In addition, because of ...
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How to accurately check if package is installed in yum?

I keep getting answers like: yum list installed | grep bind or rpm -qa | grep bind But that is not accurate as I'm getting a list of few other bind packages like these: ...
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Parse an RPM name into its components

Is there a name-parsing tool that is part of the official RPM tool package? I have a list of filenames. Each is the filename of an RPM package. I don't have the actual packages, just the filenames. ...
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Can RPM perform search replace during installation?

Is there a way to perform search replace in the installed files during installation? The replace should be made using a host-specific file which installed separately. Ideally the checksums RPM keeps ...
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Centos 6.4. building rpm for cups 1.7

I try to build rpm from source by running rpmbuild -ta cups-1.7.0-source.tar.gz --without dbus but get Processing files: cups-1.7.0-1.x86_64 error: File not found: ...
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RHEL 5 list missing critical patches/packages

Im trying to figure out if there is an easy way to identify the missing critical patches/packages on my RHEL5 boxes. This is for audit purposes and was trying to figure out if there was an RPM command ...
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Why does `rpm` show 3 httpd packages, and which one provides the real httpd?

I ran yum update on my CentOS5 webserver a few days ago. Today I just noticed that I have 3 httpd-* rpms! How can I end up with three RPMs for httpd (My other servers only have one httpd rpm). I want ...
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Warning messages while building Apache server

I am building Apache server 2.4.6 from source and am not sure about a few warning messages I received during the rpm build process. The build completes OK and everything seems fine..BTW, this is on ...
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What can I do to speed up createrepo?

We are using a yum repository to distribute our software to our production instances. Unfortunately, createrepo is becoming a bottleneck, and we only have 469 packages in the repository. $ time ...
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mod_ssl RPM conflict

I build Apache httpd into an RPM using these sites: http://erikwebb.net/blog/compile-and-install-apache-24-red-hat-enterprise-linux-rhel-6-or-centos-6 ...
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Installing JDK on Amazon linux box gives error: open of <html> failed: No such file or directory

I just got a new amazon linux box and I'm trying to install jdk on it. These are the commands i followed but I am getting an error: $ java -version java version "1.6.0_24" OpenJDK Runtime Environment ...
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Install PHP-SOAP for PHP-FPM 5.5.4 CentOS 6

I have the following version of PHP installed (My server is 64-bit CentOS 6): php-common.x86_64 5.5.4-1.el6.remi This is running via PHP-FPM, if that makes a difference. I've discovered several ...
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Yum equivalent of rpm --nopreun

I have a buggy RPM which deletes the installation files when it is upgraded. I want to run yum update pkg-name but I don't want to run the %preun section. Is this possible with yum? If so, what's the ...
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Why does installing the same package twice with yum not give me the same files?

The situation I am facing: I set up a CentOS 5.9 machine that is supposed to be as close as possible a copy of another CentOS 5.9 machine, but not a clone. Using yum, I installed (as far as possible) ...
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Bad RPM Signatures

I'm trying to set up a repo that contains both CentOS 6.4 and 5.9 packages. The machine itself is 6.4. I've created a GPG key and have been able to sign my 6.4 packages no problem. When I create them ...
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I'm getting “yum error no such table packages”, how do I fix corrupted db?

I'm trying to use following guide: Scientific Linux - How To Upgrade To The Latest S.L. 6.x Release to update my Scientific Linux release 6.3 to Scientific Linux release 6.4. # yum update ...
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Keeping a local mirror lean and mean for what our application needs

We have a local mirror RPM repositorythat lives where our virtual servers live on Amazon Web Services. This setup could conserve some network bandwidth, but my predecessor probably set it up as place ...
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Upgrading PHP on RedHat

I'm trying to upgrade my PHP from 5.3.13 to 5.5 following this post, which links http://www.if-not-true-then-false.com/2010/install-apache-php-on-fedora-centos-red-hat-rhel/. However, I got error ...
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check what 32-bit packages are installed on a 64-bit server

I'd like to check the binaries installed on my server and know if the is a 32-bit binary installed. rpm -qa would give me all the packages installed. However if i try to grep through it like so, rpm ...
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What's the correct way of updating 3rd party component configuration when using RPM?

We're using RPM for packaging and deployment of our product. Our product depends on other components, like postgresql database, etc., which are specified in our .spec file. Let's say, one of 3rd party ...
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What is the difference between rpm file and 'make' source code from installation perspective [closed]

The RPM is compiled file package which is easy to use. The problem is some RPMs need much dependencies which is annoying. I have to search and download the dependency RPMs. Alternatively, I can ...
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How to install MariaDB rpms in CentOS 6.4 using rpm (not yum cmd) + handling mysql-libs conflicts

I need to script the install of MariaDB using the rpm command in CentOS 6.4. I can't use yum since it's going to be an offline install so there's no access to the repository. The only MySQL package ...
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VMWare, Debian or RPM based [closed]

I need some advice, I am installing a monitoring tool on a VMWare server, and I need ask a stupid question :p Is a VMWare ESXi 5.1 server, Ubuntu or RPM based? Thanks
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Restore old /etc onto newer system (CentOS)

In order to save space, I don't backup /usr (except /usr/local), /bin, /sbin and /lib. Instead I do a rpm -qa --qf '%{NAME}\n' to get a list of packages I need to install to restore the content of ...
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Failed to build rpm from source

I want to build a package from source, basically all I did was downloading Percona-Server-56-5.6.12-rc60.4.393.rhel6.src.rpm and adding -DWITH_INNODB_MEMCACHED=ON to spec file. ...
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Configuration options of rpm

How can I check rpm configuration options used to build mysql-server? I want to include memcached support for mysql, therefor I've to reinstall mysql-server from source and I need to know the exact ...
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newer libmysqlclient.so creates a conflicts with a php-mysql install

I have a working MySQL 5.6 server on a CentOS 6.4 I'm trying tp get PHP working as well, and to create a connection to the MySQL. As I understand I need the following components : php and php-mysql ...
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I'm unable to use rpmbuild to build nagios-3.5.0 RPM @RHEL6

I'm unable to build RPM w/ nagios 3.5.0 (last one that worked for me was 3.2.3): # md5sum nagios-3.5.0.tar.gz aeef195d2033cc362bf6cb972bcc8f07 nagios-3.5.0.tar.gz # rpmbuild -tb nagios-3.5.0.tar.gz ...
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Linux - Package version maintenance across multiple servers

Problem: If I spin up a server1 today, all installed packages will be based on current upstream versions. If I spin up server2 tomorrow, again, all installed packages will be based on upstream ...
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Linux - Upstream package version no longer available

On my dev server I am running Percona (5.5.27), and have just spun up another server to act as a staging area for public access to a new project. I am trying to control package versions by using yum ...
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RPM ignore conflicts

is there a way to ignore rpm version conflicts by keeping the latest version installed? For example. I want to install gawk in AIX. I have all the required rpms in a folder ...
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Recover CentOS missing YUM and RPM

This is the history: I have (or had), a linux box with CentOS 5.9 and a pre installed LAMP configuration. It was working but was too out of date, for instance mysql was version 4. So I decided to ...
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Is it good practice to just copy Perl modules via RPM?

A few applications on our RHEL6 servers depend on a few Perl modules being present. I would like to add these Perl modules as part of the Kickstart process when turning up new hosts. As opposed to ...
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How to prevent installation of incompatible rpm packages

I have two rpm packages wich should not get installed together. After googling around i assume there is no RequiresNot tag or something similar to specify incompatible packages in a specfile. What ...