On Mon, Oct 15, 2001 at 02:08:15PM +0100, Joe O'Reilly mentioned:
> Question is if there is a standard way of removing
> 'packages' - ala Solaris and pkgrm..
>> I'm not aware of such a package, I would think it is simply finding offending package file by file
> please let me be wrong..
rpm --erase package-name
You can also see a list of packages with "rpm -qa", and list files in a
package with "rpm -ql packagename". Other useful commands like "rpm -qf
filename" to find the package a file is in are in the rpm manpage.
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