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How to see what is in an RPM without installing it?

Posted 08-31-2011 at 01:18 AM by hi2arun

Datz simple!
1. Create a temp directory
Code:
# mkdir x
2. Change directory
Code:
# cd x
3. Now extract the RPM
Code:
# rpm2cpio /path/of/ur/RPM/file.rpm | cpio -dmi
There u go! Now you have ur RPM xtractd in directory 'x'
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