Title pretty much sums it up, but I'm looking for an rpm or yum command to see if an installed package was installed from the repos (if repo, which repo?), or manually.
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rpm -qai |grep
rpm -qai |grep -9 wget restore individual files (or all of the files) from that archive. Tar can also be used to add supplemental files to an archive and to update or list files in the archive. Tar includes multivolume support, automatic archive compression/decompression, the ability to perform remote archives, and the ability to perform incremental and full backups. If you want to use tar for remote backups, you also need to install the rmt package. Name : wget Relocations: (not relocatable) Version : 1.12 Vendor: CentOS Release : 1.4.el6 Build Date: Wed Aug 25 04:53:32 2010 Install Date: Sun Jul 10 18:23:54 2011 Build Host: c6b3.bsys.dev.centos.org Group : Applications/Internet Source RPM: wget-1.12-1.4.el6.src.rpm Size : 1877597 License: GPLv3+ and GFDL Signature : RSA/8, Sun Jul 3 01:05:14 2011, Key ID 0946fca2c105b9de Packager : CentOS BuildSystem <http://bugs.centos.org> URL : http://wget.sunsite.dk/ Summary : A utility for retrieving files using the HTTP or FTP protocols Description : GNU Wget is a file retrieval utility which can use either the HTTP or FTP protocols. Wget features include the ability to work in the background while you are logged out, recursive retrieval of directories, file name wildcard matching, remote file timestamp storage and comparison, use of Rest with FTP servers and Range with HTTP servers to retrieve files over slow or unstable connections, support for Proxy servers, and configurability.
From Repoline mentioned by Janne. You could try checking
/var/log/yum.log*files for an RPM; if it's not there it was not installed by YUM. Watch out for initial installs, though: things installed from CDROM won't be in the YUM logs I don't think.