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Re: where did a package come from?



kalinix wrote:

On Fri, 2007-01-12 at 03:48 -0500, Robert P. J. Day wrote:
On Fri, 12 Jan 2007, Ed Greshko wrote:

Robert P. J. Day wrote:
 i *know* i've seen (and probably even asked about) this before, but
how can i see from which repo an installed package came from?  thanks.
rpm -qi
i don't think so.  for instance, i know mercurial is in the FC
"extras" repo, but there's nothing in

 $ rpm -qi mercurial

that tells me that.

rday


You may want to try yum search package






Calin Cosma

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Note, that al this is not telling you where the package came from, but only where you can FIND it (too).
I use additional repos like ATrpms and Freshrpms.
ATrpms puts "at" in its package name .... Freshrpms does not do that

example
$ yum --enablerepo=freshrpms list zvbi
Setting up repositories
Reading repository metadata in from local files
Installed Packages
zvbi.i386                                0.2.22-5.fc4.at        installed
Available Packages
zvbi.i386                                0.2.15-1.2.fc4         freshrpms

If the package from Freshrpms was installed, I only can see it is installed.
The available upgrade would be from ATrpms .... that is NOT where it came from !!

If anyone knows a "trick" so I can really see where it CAME from .. that would be nice ....

Rolf



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