RPM is a package management system intended primarily for Linux distributions.

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Editing Spec file in RPM

I'm trying to edit a spec file which always fails when I try to install it on other computer using RPM. I'm using CentOS. Here is the error. error: Failed dependencies: perl(ActsUtil) is needed by ...
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AIX apache rpm dependencies

I am evaluating the Crowd SSO by Atlassian. Now to get apache to use CROWD for authentication, there is a connector available by the vendor. Problem Unfortunately they do not provide anything for ...
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yum translation of rpm -Uvh

I'm trying to understand what yum version of rpm -Uvh is. I found this question about that command and yum, but it doesn't have what I'm looking for. Looking at --help, would this be the equivalent of ...
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How To Locate Dependencies Needed by RPM Packages

I am trying to deal with keeping our RHEL 5 server patched up, but also dealing with our security constraints. This particular server is not allowed to talk to the Internet. So yum isn't really an ...
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TexLive and RHEL 6 — can I install 2011 *in addition* to 2007?

Our environment is Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6. By default, RHEL 6 comes with a version of TexLive from 2007. A user would like one of the extensions to TexLive ("PDFTex") to be updated. From ...
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How to override anaconda/kickstart package ordering?

I am building a bootable ISO to be used to install a Linux image (Oracle Linux, 5.8). This is using anaconda with a kickstart file to select the packages to be loaded. Some of these packages are ...
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Using zypper, how can I remove all packages installed from a specific repository?

Say I've added a repository using zypper ar. Then, I've gone and installed multiple packages from that repository, but now I want to remove all of them. Is there a command that allows me to remove ...
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Missing dependency during rpm install

When I install CodeAnalsyt, i get a failed dependency on libbfd-2.20.51 on Centos 6.3. Binutils is installed on my system and the failed dependency does exists at ...
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Why does yum continue to complain about a missing dependency that is already installed?

I have a self-created rpm for mapserver 6.2.1 that I want to support Oracle, but I am having a lot of difficulties getting it all to work. I have installed the ...
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Public key for git-…rpm is not installed

When attempting to install git (and probably other packages), I get this error: $ sudo yum -y install git Installing: git x86_64 1.7.11.3-1.el6.rfx ...
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Install apache2-mod-mono-2.10

I am trying to install mod-mono for apache so that I can run C# asp.net websites from my server. The project I have is a .net 4 project. When I go into yast and select apache2-mod-mono for install ...
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setting up yum in stripped down linux

I have a box that contains minimal binaries needed to run Scientific Linux. What I want to do is to install additional programs. I could get rpm installed and tried to install yum but resolving those ...
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Can I Install packages on live linux os?

I want to install some more software on sabayon live and they should be remained in USB for later use. Can I install packages on live Linux OS?
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RPM: Installed (but unpackaged) file(s) found on Centos 6 with CUPS 1.7.1

Trying to install CUPS 1.7.1 on Centos 6.5 via RPM, I use: # rpmbuild -ta cups-1.7.1-source.tar.bz2 --without dbus --without libusb1 but stops with below error: Checking for unpackaged file(s): ...
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How to install RPM based Packages on OpenFiler

We bought One SuperMicro Server that will be used for Storage purposes and then we install the openfiler on it. The thing is that we need to install RAID controller and Im not familiar with OpenFiler ...
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recommended procedure to create a user/group during RPM install

after trying hard to search for RPM best practices guides and finding virtually none, to my surprise, I resort to the community - I need to ensure that some users and groups exist after the ...
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Best way to release an RPM that includes an independently version module

I work on a server software that is targeted for RHEL/CentOS and is currently distributed via a standard RPM file. What brings me here is that it includes a downloadable client engine that users can ...
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Install packages in $HOME/usr

I'm looking to script use of rpm --relocate. How to change the default location packages are installed to - from user/local to $HOME/usr? Do I need to do it all manually (removing and reinstaling to ...
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how can I delete/remove a glibc version so the older version is used again?

I upgraded glibc for a reason that isn't arround anymore so i want to downgrade it again. The stupid thing is a lot of programms rely on glibc at the moment. I still have the 2.4 version on the system ...
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rpmbuild library register for 'requires'

Big Picture: I am building an in-house rpm for a customized php. I build an rpm which works, but generate library requirements that I can't seem to meet without using 'nodeps', which I want to avoid ...
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How do I install additional modules when building an Apache RPM?

We've been compiling and installing Apache under /usr/local/apache2 and in turn would tar the folder up to distribute to our other servers. I would like to convert this into an RPM package for easier ...
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Installing rpm & dependencies

I am trying to install an rpm, namely the Oracle 10g database for CentOS 6 for testing an app. The problem is that the machine the OS is installed on does not have access to the internet and there ...
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How to change metadata on an installed rpm

I need to modify information for an rpm which is already installed. E.g. rpm -qi sip-section-call-1.0.19-1.noarch Name : sip-section-call Relocations: (not relocatable) ...
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Centralized package management for RPM based distro

We have about 6 servers under Linux CentOS. And I want to have possibility to view (best will be some web-interface, but console-only useful too) outdated packages, which can be updated and have all ...
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How to handle a mass rpmbuild for a new distribution?

How could I define and initiate a mass rpmbuild for a coresystem of a new distro? Which requisites beyond rpmbuild-dir are needed?
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How do I patch an rpm in SLES and automatically rebuild it when updates are available?

I applied a patch to a source RPM, built it and installed the resulting package. All good. But now every time the package gets updated, it gets overwritten with the unpatched version from the official ...
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How to install newer version of packages on scientific linux ? (besides source)

I just installed the newest SL6.4. I use c++11 and I tried to install the latest gcc (4.8.1) using gsrc (gsrc automates install). the problem that i faced is that SL's zlib was too old. Meaning, zlib ...
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How to install cpp in RHEL 6.3?

I want to install gcc in RHEL 6.3, but it has cpp dependencies. So I go to cpp rpm download page, but it has no rpm for 6.3 version: Is there any other way to install cpp in RHEL 6.3?
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How can i specify directory user & group for files inside an RPM?

I am building RPMs using FPM. When using the --rpm-user and --rpm-group, I notice as advertised that in the specfile that the %defattr(-,user,group,-) is set under %files. This does indeed set the ...