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Rebuilding a corrupt RPM database: 13 Hits
umbleupon twitter~~ ===== Rebuilding a corrupt RPM database ===== The RPM database is held in /var/lib/rpm . If it gets damaged it can be rebuilt using the following procedure (first posted to the linux.redhat.rpm newsgroup by Brian Ollenberger) 1. mv /var/lib
Useful yum Commands: 3 Hits
file belongs to * **yum install libstdc++.....rpm** - install the package * **yum clean all** -... to tidy up old lernel entries root@server $ rpm -q kernel kernel-2.6.32-220.2.1.el6.i686 ke... or RHEL 7 it has been incorporated into yum) #rpm -qa | grep yum-plugin-security yum-plugin-secu
Adding Patches and Additional Software: 3 Hits
install options. * **smit -C install /path/to/rpm.rte** - Allow you intall later some intersting rpm's for Linux repositories (rpm.rte is available here : http://www-03.ibm.com/systems/power/software/aix
Working with YUM repos: 2 Hits
UM repos==== YUM repositories are collections of RPM (RedHat Package Manager) packages. The repository... pgkey=http://justsomedtuff.co.uk/CentOS/6/os/i386/RPM-GPG-KEY-CentOS-6 The lines have the following me
Linux Index: 2 Hits
ndex ===== * Package Management * [[rpm_rebuild|Rebuilding the RPM Database]] * [[yum-repos|Working with YUM repos]] * [[sat
Running a Glype Proxy in Docker: 2 Hits
d-2.4.18-1.fc23.x86_64 15/18 Error unpacking rpm package httpd-2.4.18-1.fc23.x86_64 Error unpacking rpm package httpd-2.4.18-1.fc23.x86_64 error: unpa
Tripwire: 2 Hits
alling tripwire for Linux ==== 1. Download the RPM and install it using rpm -ivh package-name 2. Run /etc/tripwire/twinstall.sh This creates a site an
RedHat Satellite - Adding repos: 1 Hits
, eg. mkdir grafana 3. cd grafana 4. copy the rpm to this directory 5. createrepo --database `pwd
Checking for critical security updates - RHEL: 1 Hits
or RHEL 7 it has been incorporated into yum) #rpm -qa | grep yum-plugin-security yum-plugin-secu
Configuring the HPE ILO via hponcfg - RHEL: 1 Hits
server OS (linux in this example). The following rpm must be installed, **hponcfg** (available from HP
Automating AWS builds with cloud-init: 1 Hits
Log into the instance and install the cloud-init rpm package (this is included in the epel66-x86_64 st
DG/UX Notes: 1 Hits
leupon twitter~~ ===== DG/UX Notes ===== * rpm - performance monitor * admpdisk - list disk