user158844 is right. This will tell you what repos provide a given package, but not what repo a specific package came from. If you installed a package from a certain repo, removed that repo, then installed another repo that provides a package with the same name, running 'repoquery -i' like this would return to you packages listing the newly installed repo, not the one that you actually
RPM-GPG-KEY-remi2019: the GnuPG public key of the key pair used to sign my packages (Fedora 30-31) RPM-GPG-KEY-remi2018: the GnuPG public key of the key pair used to sign my packages (Fedora 28-29 and EL-8) RPM-GPG-KEY-remi2017: the GnuPG public key of the key pair used to sign my packages (Fedora 26-27) May 22, 2020 · If there is no RPM package for the repository you need, you can add it by creating a config file .repo in /etc/yum.repos.d manually (see the next article section). To understand, which repositories the packages are installed from, you can display the full list of packages: yum list installed RPM Metadata for Hosted RPMs. The RPM metadata generated by Artifactory is identical to the basic-mode output of the Red Hat-based Linux command createrepo. A folder named repodata is created in the configured location within a local repository with the following files in it: Jul 24, 2020 · The RPM Fusion project is community-maintained software repository providing additional packages that cannot be distributed in Fedora for legal reasons. Software patents apply to some of the packages in RPM Fusion, and as a consequence, it might not be legal to install these packages in certain countries: for example, in the United States or in RHEL/CentOS/etc. users should install the EPEL repo RPM along with PGDG repo RPMs to satisfy dependencies. Available Repo RPMs. As of 15 April 2019, there is only one repository RPM per distro which includes repository information for all available PostgreSQL releases. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 - x86_64; CentOS 8 - x86_64
centos-release = 8.0-0.1905.0.9.el8: centos-release(upstream) = 8.0: centos-release(x86-64) = 8.0-0.1905.0.9.el8: centos-release-eula: config(centos-release) = 8.0-0
RHEL Server 7.5 (Maipo) yum repo-pkgs
[pkg(s)] Treat a repo. as a group of packages, so we can install/remove all of them aliases: repo-packages, repository-pkgs, repository
Available in Nexus Repository OSS and Nexus Repository Pro. Introduction. RPM packages and the RPM package manager solution yum are used as the default application package manager on Linux based operating systems such as Red Hat, CentOS, Fedora, Oracle Linux, SUSE, openSUSE, Scientific Linux and others.
RHEL/CentOS/etc. users should install the EPEL repo RPM along with PGDG repo RPMs to satisfy dependencies. Available Repo RPMs. As of 15 April 2019, there is only one repository RPM per distro which includes repository information for all available PostgreSQL releases. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 - x86_64; CentOS 8 - x86_64 Mar 03, 2019 · To install an .rpm package on Fedora Linux, enter the following: sudo rpm –i sample_file.rpm. Just as in CentOS, the –i switch tells RPM to install the software. Another method is to use the dnf utility to install the package: sudo dnf localinstall sample_file.rpm. Unlike many Linux tools, DNF is not a set of initials. AnyDesk RPM repository how-to. Run the following commands as root user - for RHEL linux add the repository: cat > /etc/yum.repos.d/AnyDesk-RHEL.repo . "EOF" [anydesk Feb 25, 2013 · In this example, disable all repos.--enablerepo="ksplice-uptrack": Enable specific repositories by id or glob. In this example, enable a repo called ksplice-uptrack; See also. yum command reference sheet; rpm command cheat sheet How to Enable RPM Fusion Repo in Fedora Linux, RHEL, CentOS. RPM Fusion has two flavors of the repo. Free and non-Free. The Free one as its name says contains a free version of software packages and the non-free ones contain compiled packages of closed source and “non-commercial” open-source software. Dec 09, 2019 · Create Local Repos. If you have downloaded, created, or rebuilt RPM packages locally (as explained in TipsAndTricks/YumAndRPM "Get set up for rebuilding packages while not being root") you may want a place to put them so they are accessible from all the machines on your local net.