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    How to start newly installed rpm

    I sucessfuly installed a buckup utility using the rpm -Uvh. No errors. now how do I find the excutable package?

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    Hi
    u may search for the intallation folder in /usr or /usr/local folder.

    This will have a folder which correspondes to user rpm package.

    Or

    executable is in "bin" folder

    Himanshu

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    you could use the 'find' command. It will also accept wildcards so you only need to guess at what part of the name might look like.

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    Re: How to start newly installed rpm

    Dear
    Salam,

    Quote Originally Posted by Qcon04
    I sucessfuly installed a buckup utility using the rpm -Uvh. No errors. now how do I find the excutable package?
    Just type rpm -q name and then find / -name name 2>/dev/null

    Best Regards.
    Frrkh hmd

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