Posts Tagged ‘rpm’

Redhat – Remove all i386 packages

December 4th, 2012

Sometimes 386 packages are installed by accident. This can cause issues during an update.

To remove them simply type:

yum remove \*.i\?86

Once complete, add the following to the top of the yum.conf file (/etc/yum.conf).

exclude = *.i?86
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Linux – CentOs/Redhat – rpm dependencies search

March 20th, 2010

To find the dependencies on a package (rpm) type :

rpm -Uvh *

In the folder were you downloaded them too.

To search for dependencies based on partial knowledge

yum search name

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