rpm package deleted?

Discussion in 'Linux Networking' started by Jan Redepenning, Jul 19, 2003.

  1. when a rpm package has been deleted manually how can i install it new

    the problem is i can´t install it
    and i can´t unistall it

    i think ther is a database with the installed packages but i don´t know how
    to
    find or how to get the wrong package out :(

    please help
     
    Jan Redepenning, Jul 19, 2003
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  2. Did just that recently whilst cd'ed into /usr/bin !!! Not the best place
    to do rm * okay so it wasn't me per se rather the Mozilla installer being
    over enthusiastic.
    Several iterations of this (or similar):

    rpm -Va|grep missing|cut --delimiter=" " --field=5|xargs \
    rpm --install --replacepkgs

    In otherwords rpm --install --replacepkgs is your friend.

    Got evrything back.

    Regards, Trevor

    <>< Re: deemed!
     
    Trevor Jenkins, Jul 20, 2003
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