It’s time to learn about managing an RPM package on CentOS(Centos install from rpm),To get more information about this version vist our website:- RPM (Red hat package manager) is a default open source and important package manager.
The RPM formerly known as .rpm file,which is includes compiled software programs and libraries needed by the packages.
Firstly, find a suitable RPM package with you will be working, And make sure you will to choose correct one according to your system architecture.
Now using Command:
#rpm -i package-1.2.3.rpm
Installing an RPM package
For installing packages on RedHat based systems, we are using rpm (Red Hat Package Manager) command.
The following command should do the great job,
We can also use YUM or DNF manager to install download rpm files.
#yum localinstall package-1.2.3.rpm ## CentOS, RHEL systems#dnf localinstall package-1.2.3.rpm ## Fedora systems
This is a very important part. Without this, “yum” won’t solve the dependency issues (missing/corrupted or unsatisfied dependencies).
Uninstalling the RPM package
If you’re no longer interested in the software you installed before, So you can directly uninstall it by running the following command –
We can use -e command line switch with the package name
#rpm -e package-1.2.3.rpm
In this article, you have learned how to install centos from RPM. You can now visit the official webpage to get many more information
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