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I just want know if there are any commands in RedHat or Fedora that would list all the files that are installed by an RPM package. Is it stored in some file as in debian where a file with a .list extension will be present for every package installed?
Thanks in advance
Last edited by s_deepak_123; 02-19-2006 at 01:37 AM.
Thank you very much for the reply.
How is this stored on the filesystem?
In database form or just a plain text file for each package as in debian and slack? If they are stored in file, where are they located?
FYI another useful command is the "man" command to display the manual page for a command.
For instance "man rpm" (no quotes) will give you many options you can use for finding information about RPM packages.