"bash: rpm: command not found" errom when trying to install any package
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Distribution: openSuSE 42.1_64-KDE, Ubuntu 14.04, Mint 17.2
Okay, then rpm is missing (you only have "rpmbuild", "rpmgraph", and some *.rpm's). Seems you will have to reinstall. To be one the safe side, try locate rpm without grep -- if the output is manageable, look again in case your version was/is not installed in /sbin or /bin. Good luck.
I am facing similar problem too....wondering if anyone has got the solution?
I mean, to reinstall as stated, do you mean reinstall the distribution?
i am wondering....the rpm command...is it itself a rpm package?
if it is, then i can possibly find its rpm and reinstall it...if not, how do i fix it?
thanks for your reply.
How do i actually reinstall the rpm? I tried look for resource regarding reinstall rpm but all it feeds back are those articles regarding rpm -i, rpm -e etc, what i need to know is how to reinstall or fix the actual "rpm" command...coz it seems that this command is not working..
is the rpm command itself a rpm package too? that i uninstall by rpm -e and reinstall again with rpm -i?
if it is, i supposed things won't be hard to fix. pls teach me how...thanks for taking time helping.
I have a similar problem, in fact my both rpm and yum command are not working and when i use them i get the error :command not found. I tried to install rpom using apt-get install rpm ,that too failed and when i tried using apt-get update even that failed.Could you please tell me how to fix the problem ?
Thanx for your reply but i am new to linux and is not very well familiar with the terminology, so is installing yum and rpm is not required in ubuntu distribution because most of the things (as far as i know) is installed in linux using these two ways