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Old 10-14-2015, 04:28 AM   #1
silicman
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How to track down software package dependencies?


In my work, the installation software package has kickstart scripts has all dependencies for the software that I working on when install the system. I wanna install it on my home pc, but don't know how to get all dependencies for it, cause at work, the system is rhel6.5, my home pc is centos 6.7. I'm an Windower all my life till now cause the company call back to the Linux @.@

help me, pls!!!
 
Old 10-14-2015, 04:37 AM   #2
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Log into the root acct and run
Code:
yum install <pkg-name>
The yum tool automatically pulls in any reqd dependencies that are not already installed (& latest).
NB: you can provide a list of pkg names if reqd eg if you need several pkgs that are not dependent on each other (from yum's pt of view of course, not yours ).
 
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