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Discussion :: Linux - Section 2 (Q.No.9)

9. 

What command is used to query for a specific package with RPM?

[A]. rpm -q
[B]. rpm -a
[C]. rpm -d
[D]. rpm -1
[E]. None of the above

Answer: Option A

Explanation:

No answer description available for this question.

Anu said: (Jan 16, 2016)  
Please any one explain what is this?

Amitr said: (Dec 28, 2016)  
RPM has a powerful query feature that allows you to find out what packages are installed on your system, the files associated with a package, or the package that owns a particular file. Use the -q flag to tell RPM to display the package name, version number, and release number of a package that's already installed, as in this example: rpm -q panda.

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