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Old 01-04-2011, 04:36 AM
ShibuThomas
 
Default Installing sysvinit-2.87-1.dsf.el6.src

Hi All,

How can I find the sysvinit-2.87-1.dsf.el6.src.rpm installed location.

I use the command rpm -ivh sysvinit-2.87-1.dsf.el6.src.rpm for
installing the package.


which will be the default installation location for
sysvinit-2.87-1.dsf.el6.src.rpm


Regards,
ShibuThomas



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Old 01-04-2011, 05:03 PM
Rick Stevens
 
Default Installing sysvinit-2.87-1.dsf.el6.src

On 01/03/2011 09:36 PM, ShibuThomas wrote:

Hi All,

How can I find the sysvinit-2.87-1.dsf.el6.src.rpm installed location.


It will be in the "source" repository. I believe EL6 uses yum to
update, so check the files in /etc/yum.repos.d and enable the source
repo, then "yum install sysvinit-2.87-1.dsf.el6.src.rpm".


I use the command rpm -ivh sysvinit-2.87-1.dsf.el6.src.rpm for
installing the package.

which will be the default installation location for
sysvinit-2.87-1.dsf.el6.src.rpm


It will be either in /usr/src/redhat or the ~username/rpmbuild
tree (with "username" being the name of the user you installed it
as).
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