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