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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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I would recommend you alter the source rpm of this file; edit the path in which the files will be installed to, so as to not create conflicts between the files you are about to install, and those provided by libpcap.so.0.9.4 (no two rpm:s may be installed which provide the same file on same path both). Or remove from the source rpm those files which will ...



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