rpmgraph(8) - Linux man page
rpmgraph - Display RPM Package Dependency Graph
rpmgraph PACKAGE_FILE ...
rpmgraph uses PACKAGE_FILE arguments to generate a package dependency graph. Each
PACKAGE_FILE argument is read and added to an rpm transaction set. The elements
of the transaction set
are partially ordered using a topological sort.
The partially ordered elements are then printed to standard output.
Nodes in the dependency graph are package names, and edges in the directed graph
point to the parent of each node. The parent node is defined as the last
predecessor of a package when partially ordered using the package dependencies as
a relation. That means that the parent of a given package is the package's last
The output is in dot(1) directed graph format, and can be displayed or printed
using the dotty graph editor from the graphviz package. There are no rpmgraph
specific options, only common rpm options. See the rpmgraph usage message for
what is currently implemented.
rpm-devel fedora 19 has this package
Here is rpm-devel for fedora 30
Use your package manager:
dnf install rpm-devel
CentOS, enter the following in a terminal window:
sudo yum install wget
Fedora, enter the following:
sudo dnf install wget
Now, you can use the wget command to download the .rpm file you want. Enter the following:
The system should reach out to the website and download the file to your current working directory.
Install RPM File Using RPM Command
To install a .rpm package in
CentOS Linux, enter the following:
sudo rpm –i sample_file.rpm
The –i switch tells the package manager you want to install the file.
More information on the RPM installer can be found in the RPM documentation.
Install RPM File With Yum
Alternately, you can use the
yum package manager to install
Enter the following:
sudo yum localinstall sample_file.rpm
localinstall option instructions yum to look at your current working directory for the installation file.
I can't get
rpmgraph to work, I've tried three different versions of
PACKAGE_FILE syntax of package list, but it just gives errors, If you know how to use this program, please provide an answer or edit mine. Tested on
Fedora 28.How to list all installed packages with the .rpm extension. Fedora, Centos, RedHat
# rpmgraph INSTALLED_PACKAGES
(null): read manifest failed: