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You can use yum to accomplish this. [root@insomnia ~]# yum deplist php-soap Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, langpacks Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile * base: mirrors.greenmountainaccess.net * epel: mirror.metrocast.net * extras: mirror.rackspace.com * updates: mirror.lug.udel.edu package: php-soap.x86_64 5.4.16-21.el7 dependency: ...


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can't comment - not enough points. What is the output of yum provides /full/path/to/file.so ? As first comment suggested, the so might be installed outside rpm db (e.g. manually compiled or copied). Some non-official rpms are poorly packaged, and rely on dependencies in the developer's machine. It would help if you could provide the package name and source. ...


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Patterns are a way to install a set of packages that belong to a common theme (everything needed for a web server, say). The machine at hand has been installed with a minimal pattern. This includes a lot of conflicts to prevent superfluous packages that are recommended (but to required) by the packages you actually want from being installed. You can resolve ...


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Is there a reason why the above isn't done? Shell scripts are portable because they use a runtime interpreter. The tools you've used as examples, in particular GUI tools, are not. This means you will have to have a separate version for Linux/x86, Linux/x86-64, Linux/armel, Linux/armhf, OSX/x86-64, OpenBSD/mipsel, and whatever other platform you hope ...


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Assuming the clones had the same packages installed before you removed python, a sure-fire way to get the list of packages needed would be to compare rpm -qa from each clone. # on clone 1: rpm -qa | sort > clone1.txt # on clone 2: rpm -qa | sort > clone2.txt Get clone1.txt and clone2.txt on the same computer. Then run comm -13 clone1.txt ...


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You may have /var/log/rpmpkgs which has a list of all the RPM packages installed. (in RHEL 6 that list is generated by the package rpm-cron) If you have the list of packages you may look at /var/log/yum.log to see what packages were uninstalled.


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Actually, you can undo a yum command. On the computer with python removed, try running yum history: yum history Loaded plugins: langpacks, refresh-packagekit ID | Command line | Date and time | Action(s) | Altered ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 284 | yum remove python | ...


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Reverse depends Reverse depends means you want a list of packages that depend on a given package. Example $ apt-cache rdepends jetty jetty Reverse Depends: solr-jetty libjetty-java libjetty-extra-java libjetty-extra libini4j-java guacamole Recursive depends Using a tool such as apt-rdepends shows what packages a given package is dependent ...



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