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yum search graphics magick dev [ ... ] ===================================== N/S Matched: graphics, magick, dev ====================================== GraphicsMagick-devel.x86_64 : Libraries and header files for GraphicsMagick app development Thus, the equivalent is yum install GraphicsMagick-devel ...


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You have to specify the dependencies properly in the spec file of your .rpm packages. Rpm will manage to install all the required packages automatically. A .spec file example could be: # # Example spec file # Summary: PACKAGE C Name: PACKAGE C Version: 1.0 Release: 1 Copyright: GPL Group: Applications/Sound Requires: PACKAGE B >= 1.0.0 Source: URL URL: ...


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# # Install yumdownloader # yum install yum-utils # # search modified files (in this case: from pam_ldap) # rpm -V pam_ldap S.5....T. c /etc/pam_ldap.conf # # make tmp-dir and download rpm # mkdir Temp cd Temp yumdownloader pam_ldap # # extract rpm to current folder # rpm2cpio pam_ldap-185-11.el6.x86_64.rpm | cpio -idmv # # check diff # diff ...


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You can also check the changelog of unistalled packages with the repoquery command with is part of yum-utils package. repoquery -q --changelog httpd | less


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Simply (re-) sign the packages with your own key... rpm --addsign package.rpm The --addsign option generates and inserts new signatures for each package. Any existing signatures will be discarded. The --resign option generates and appends signatures for the listed packages while preserving the existing signatures. If you had imported the public key you ...


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PDF Labs maintain their own pdftk binaries for EL 6. Why don't you just use those?



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