Fedora :: How Many Packages Installed Through YUM Command Prompt In Local System

Apr 20, 2011

Recently I have installed FC 14, I need to know how many packages installed through YUM command prompt in local system.

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Fedora Installation :: Recompile In 9 If The Packages Installed Through Yum Install Command?

Mar 6, 2009

Currently i am using mapserver 5.0.3 , AGG 2.5-6 on fedora 9. I need some help with mapserver and AGG support. I am trying to use AGG/PNG outformat in the mapfile as well as i added precisely. When i call the link through browser i recieved the following error:

loadOutputFormat(): General error message. OUTPUTFORMAT clause references driver AGG/PNG, but this driver isn't configured. It is clearly evident that from the error, the driver is not configured. since all the mapserver version 5 suppotrs AGG rendering backend, so i checked whether mapserver supports AGG or not.

[kapil@localhost cgi-bin]$ mapserv -v
[kapil@localhost cgi-bin]$

I found that my mapserver doesn't support AGG means SUPPORTS = AGG is missing in the above output. But i have already installed AGG in my system. In order to clear this issue i gone through many threads in forums, but i was not satisfied with the answers. Atlast i came to know that, i have to recompile the mapserver with AGG. The following link gives you some idea about compiling mapserver with AGG in linux [URL] But the problem now i am facing is i have installed both the mapserver and AGG through YUM INSTALL command so i dont know how to recompile mapserver with AGG support. I think, there will be no configuration file normally when installing through Yum insatll command.

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Fedora :: Running Servers On Local System From The Command Line?

Oct 23, 2009

How would I find out what servers are running on my local system from the command line? I cannot find out how to accomplish this anywhere?

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Fedora :: Remove The Sudo Command Software Packages Without Damaging My System?

Apr 2, 2010

Remove the sudo command software packages without damaging my system?

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Slackware :: Command To Create Local Mirror Of Alien Bob's Kde4.4.0 Packages?

Feb 10, 2010

I know there has to be an easier way to do this than to download each file individually. On an ftp site I would just use
PHP Code...

But with those files being on an HTTP server and wget not supporting HTTP file globbing I'm at a loss.

What is a one step method to recursively download all files in a directory on an HTTP server?

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General :: Get Command Line System OS Using Sandbox For Learning Its Prompt?

Nov 27, 2010

Possible Duplicate:
Version of Linux with a command prompt?

Which software of Linux to use for command line running? Since I am using MySQL to run from Linux and want to run Linux, which software to download in Linux? There are multiple ones. Can I run .sh scripts and learn how to operate on Linux using the command line? Also use MySQL as backend on Linux?

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Slackware :: New 13.1 Install The System Boot To A Command Prompt And Then Run /etc/rc.d/rc.4 To Start X?

Jul 9, 2010

2nd and 3rd might be linux kernel problems but may help someone else so I included here.1st -- run level 4, /etc/rc.d/rc.4 and xdm -nodaemonJust installed 13.1 on an odd system, including building a new kernel.One thing I do is have the system boot to a command prompt and then run /etc/rc.d/rc.4 to start XBut I found that the rc.4 uses xdm -nodaemon flag and it was causing problems so I removed and all is pretty good. I still see some odd behavior with the virtual ttys sometimes.2nd -- when building a new kernel, I found I need the device-mapper butcouldn't tell if that was a linux kernel issue or something to do with lilo, I didn't want and don't need multiple disk devices like for LVM or MD so I didn't plan to have this enabled.3rd -- CONFIG_EXT4_USE_FOR_EXT23 When that kernel config option was selected and I have only an EXT4 filesystem, the filesystem was mounted as an EXT2, even though the kernel had no EXT2 feature. /etc/fstab specified EXT4 but the mount command showed EXT2. A silent problem that could leave an unpleasant surprise since EXT2 hos no journaling.4th -- I had to run lilo -C by hand in a virtual tty before finishing the install. This was what I had to do when installing 13.0 on different hardware. It seems that the lilo part of the install needs some sorting out.

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General :: 32 Bit Packages Installed In 64 Bit System?

Mar 9, 2010

I just installed CentOS 5.4 Final on a 64 bit system. After install, I found a lot of 32 bit packages are also installed. Is it necessary for a pure 64 bit system to run (let's say, I will never want to run any 32 bit app on this system), or is it something I could have avoided during install?

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Ubuntu :: Identify All Packages Installed From PPA's On The System?

Apr 22, 2010

I'm currently running 9.10 and am anticipating upgrading to 10.04 when it is released next week. I am however, running several packages from PPA's that were simply not working well at the versions included with 9.10 (I know specifically the 64-bit version of Flash and Wine are setup this way).

Since these installs are out of the scope of the official Ubuntu sources, how are these handled when I upgrade? More importantly, since some of these packages were just installed as a temporary fix until 10.04 came out, for some of them I'd like to remove the PPA version and reinstall the default version (since for several of them the 10.04 version has caught up to where it needs to be). Is there any way to identify all packages installed from PPA's on the system?

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Ubuntu :: Command Prompt And Said The 'file System Check Failed' And To Run Fsck Manually?

Feb 25, 2010

I have Ubuntu 9.10 installed on my HP desktop, but I'm running an older version (8.10) on a live CD so I can at least get online to ask for some When I tried to log on earlier it went to a command prompt and said the 'file system check failed' and to run fsck manually. I entered 'sudo fsck' at the prompt and I selected "y" to fix all the bad inodes, when it was complete it told me to restart, I then entered 'sudo restart' at the prompt and it said 'sudo uuid unknown'. I have not installed anything recently and I'm not sure what to do.

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Ubuntu :: Take Copy Of Installed Packages And Backup System?

Dec 7, 2010

Every time I install ubuntu I have to reinstall all the software from the software center and so. Now I already installed all software I need for this moment. Is there a way to take source files of those (installed) packages and save them some where else in order to reinstall them if i needed next time without need to INTERNET connection ???

Another question I wanna know about: How can I take a backup of my system as whole in order to get back to it if some problem happened. I used to use Acronis True Image and its alternatives to make a disk image. Is there is some thing similar in linux ?? is there better options ??

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Debian :: Why Extra Packages (Exim) Installed On System

Oct 17, 2010

Install One :
Installed Debian Squeeze onto my laptop using the netinst cd. During installation, I did not have access to the internet and installed "Standard System" during tasksel.

Install Two :
Installed Debian Sqeeze onto my desktop using the same netinst cd. However, this time I had connected the desktop to my router during installation. Similary installed "Standard System".

Both system later installed with KDE and working fine. Noticed that immediate after installation of the "Standard System", my desktop had more files installed eg. the exim package. Why the extra packages (eg exim) are installed? Are they actually required?

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May 31, 2010

I have a dead system that was running Debian Linux (lenny). I can boot into emergency mode, but nothing else. I will likely have to reinstall Debian. I've read lots of things online about how to get a list of currently installed packages. Which is fine and dandy if the system is working and I can log into it. I'm basically wanting to extract such a list from a hard drive containing an installation I can't log into normally. I can access the filesystem just fine, and nothing related to aptitude has been damaged.

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Fedora :: Local Conflict Between The Packages?

Sep 19, 2009

I installed codecs for playing songs and movies.but when I tried to play few songs,it says the corresponding codecs need to be installed.after resolving dependencies,it says the following, Local conflict between packages Two packages provide the same file. This is due to mixing packages from different software sources

Test Transaction Errors: file /usr/lib/gstreamer-0.10/libgstdeinterlace.so from install of gstreamer-plugins-bad-0.10.11-4.fc11.i586 conflicts with file from package gstreamer-plugins-good-0.10.15-4.fc11.i586
file /usr/lib/gstreamer-0.10/libgstflv.so from install of gstreamer-plugins-bad-0.10.11-4.fc11.i586 conflicts with file from package gstreamer-plugins-good-0.10.15-4.fc11.i586


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Feb 2, 2011

I'm running Red Hat Linux 5.4 on HP DL580 server with 16 processors and 64 GB of RAM. I'm connecting to the server remotely through SSH. after entering the password, it takes time to return the command line, if I click ctrl+c during this time, I'll have the command line prompt but not the correct bash prompt (I have to run bash to pass to my correct prompt).I tried to install Apache on the server, ./configure took 4 hours to finish instead of 1 or two minutes, Oracle installation same behavior. Server Disks are mirrored using RAID controller.

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Jun 14, 2011

i have a debian 5 vps system.. it reports the time as beeing one hour behind, i have tried to change this by setting the time to GMT+1 and setting the time to my local region (Europe-Brittian) using the tzselect command but none get the time to the correct time, one hour ahead of the current time.

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Fedora :: Installing Cinelerra In F13 - Local File Conflict Between Packages

Sep 16, 2010

When I try to install Cinelerra I get this error:
Local file conflict between packages
Two packages provide the same file. This is usually due to mixing packages from different software sources.

Test Transaction Errors: file /usr/bin/mpeg3cat from install of cinelerra-2.1-20_git20091116.fc13.x86_64 conflicts with file from package libmpeg3-utils-1.8-3.fc12.x86_64
file /usr/bin/mpeg3dump from install of cinelerra-2.1-20_git20091116.fc13.x86_64 conflicts with
file from package libmpeg3-utils-1.8-3.fc12.x86_64
file /usr/bin/mpeg3toc from install of cinelerra-2.1-20_git20091116.fc13.x86_64 conflicts with
file from package libmpeg3-utils-1.8-3.fc12.x86_64

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Fedora :: Terminal Command Prompt Changed?

Jul 31, 2010

Ive just done a fresh install of F13, after an install of AMD Cat 10.7 screwed up my system.Although everything works, ive just noticed that when I open a terminal, instead of my username prompt, I now have "bash-4.1$".Firstly is this a problem? and if so how can I get my normal prompt back?

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Fedora :: Stuck At Grub Command Prompt

Jun 7, 2011

I was deleting some space off my C Drive and I believe I may of accidentally deleted Fedora, or some of it! I have a dual boot with Fedora and Windows XP so when I started my desktop up it would load into fedora by default or I could press a key to load XP! (It rhymes!) Now, however, it instantly loads up into "Grub"

And that's it! Run, Or Exit, or anything really, doesn't work! Except Reboot! So I'm a little stuck. It's an old PC and the Windows XP disc is long gone, if I ever had one! I had this thought that perhaps if I reinstall Fedora from a CD it many bring back the old command prompt and let me get back into XP again? Or, is that crazy talk??

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Red Hat / Fedora :: Different Colored Letters In Command Prompt

Feb 12, 2011

I am working with Linux red hat project for my school projects. I am in command prompt and I see different colored letters. I have words in green and words in blue. I think the blue words are directories and the green ones are files is this true.

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Fedora :: 12 - Attempt To Boot Only To A Command Prompt?

Mar 2, 2010

Ive always had luck doing any kind of updates to my system. I let it auto install the security updates lastnight. Today when I rebooted the machine it just hangs. I would like to attempt to boot only to a command prompt so that I can atleast use vi to edit files and fix the system. Do I have to edit grub to do this or is there keys I can press during boot up?

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Software :: Run .htm Link From Command Prompt In Fedora 10?

Jun 17, 2010

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Fedora Networking :: Activating Wireless From Command Prompt

Mar 13, 2009

Is there an easy way (or even a hard way) to activate wireless network capability from the command prompt? I want to do this because I like to use the fvwm window manager, but I also like wireless! (In fvwm wireless networking doesn't start up automatically.)

I tried just starting the wireless by...


Despite the promising messages, wireless didn't work.

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Fedora Security :: Disable Firewall From Command Prompt?

Aug 17, 2010

I'm running Fedora 12, and I need to disable the firewall from within a shell script, which rules out system-config-firewall. I tried the following:


service iptables stop
service ip6tables stop
chkconfig iptables off
chkconfig ip6tables off

but that didn't do it.

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Fedora Installation :: YUM Can Only See Installed Packages?

Feb 22, 2009

i'm having issues with looking for extra softwares to install... YUM can only see already installed softwares, i can't see any extra...

this happened after i modified the yum.repo.d files for installing softwares from DVD... i edited the files back to original.. i've triple checked my repo files and they are correct...

is there anywhere else YUM has files for handling updates and software installations? like yum.repo.d? some config file of some sort?

i can't run update either... well i all can run but reports no updates available

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Fedora :: Reinstall All Installed Packages?

Nov 16, 2009

Running F11 x86_64 on recently rebuilt desktop with new processor/motherboard

I tried to build mplayer from source, and something got messed up. When I realized I had done something wrong, I did a "make remove", and then tried to reinstall mplayer from rpmfusion using yum.

(There is a bug in mencoder that was fixed in the latest source tree - a documented bug that has to do with subtitles. I don't think I can patch a library with a diff line of code, so thought the best answer to get the update would be to install mplayer by source. I love using Fedora, and would like to make that next step in learning linux by building a few custom packages. Apparently, I don't have all the skills yet!)

That being said, my system is still not quite right. I figure the easy answer is to wait until tomorrow, upgrade to F12, and all should be well. But... I will probably compile something else and mess something else up - that's just how I roll...

I can get a list (sort of) of install packages with "yum list installed". Is there a way to strip off all of the extra information, then pipe this to yum reinstall? I may resort to doing this by hand, but there has to be an easier way!

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Fedora :: Find Packages Installed Into Old HDD?

Jun 7, 2010

1 laptop with HDD(1) - old, small,5400. Fedora 12 installed on it backup user settings - on external USB HDD (/home/myusername) for fun - tried to upgrade to 13 using preinstall - failled put new HDD(2) and clean install F13 update the F13 install "remembered" package move back from backup all stuff from external hdd to /home/myusername onto new HDD(2) - everything is back as I know now I need to verify what packages was installed onto the old HDD I have access to it (i have one USB SATA addaptor) for the new install I can issue one

rpm -qa
my question is what I need to do to make the rpm to check on the old HDD

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Fedora :: System Starts In Grub Prompt?

Jun 20, 2011

I have Windows Vista in a primary partition & Fedora 14 in a logical partition.

Recently, I increased the size of the extended partition and created another logical partition inside it. I formatted the new logical partition from Vista.

After reboot, instead of the list of operating systems, I started getting "grub>"

I searched on the internet and modified entries in /boot/grub/grub.conf, from (hd0,4).. to (hd0,5)..

I still get the grub prompt, but if I enter " configfile (hd0,5)/boot/grub/menu.lst " it shows the os list & I can use Fedora.

How can I configure the system so that it shows the list of os instead of "grub>" ?

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Software :: Fedora 12 And 13 Packages Installed When Installing GNote And Inkscape On Fedora 14?

Dec 23, 2010

I recently upgraded from Fedora 13 to Fedora 14 and noticed something strange when I used Yum to install GNote and Inkscape. Yum installed the Fedora 14 version of the programs, but installed some dependencies that were actually from Fedora 12 and 13. The output below shows what packages were installed.

Yum output:

==================================================================================================== ===================================================================
Package Arch Version Repository Size


When I ran the yum command to list all of the packages for the dependencies in question, it only listed the version for Fedora 12 or 13. Is there something wrong with one of my repositories or do these Fedora 14 programs actually use packages from previous versions of Fedora?

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Fedora Installation :: No Kernel Packages Were Installed

Jun 20, 2009

I am installing to an empty hard drive (that for some reason is shown as /dev/sde - I don't know if it is related, but seems weird - why is it not sda, and moreover, not hda - it is an ide drive), and install goes through fine, but in the end it says "no kernel packages were installed, your grub configuration will not be changed", and the only option is to reboot. After rebooting, I get thrown into grub command prompt, and have no idea what to do there.

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