[CentOS] Groups and rpms
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Fri Mar 17 13:07:22 UTC 2006
On Fri, 2006-03-17 at 08:00 -0500, Robert Moskowitz wrote:
> yum grouplist is almost ok for learning what groups are
> available.Though it does not distinguish between base/manditory and
> added in the installed list.
> But yum list is not really helpful.
> I would like to see something of what rpms are within what
> group. then what rpms are not in any group. And which groups and
> stand-a-lone rpms are base.
> maybe it can be teased out of comp.xml...
If you install yumex (CentOS-4 only), you can see those things visually.
yum install yumex
docs for yumex here:
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