5 Tips for Managing RPMs
Jun 22, 2011, 12:01 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Ever been confused about what configuration file or files exist
for a package? It's not unusual to install a package (or have a
package installed as a default) and not know exactly what
configuration files are used to manage it. To determine the
configuration files installed with a package, use rpm -qc
packagename. Then, to find out what configuration files exist for
the gnome-vfs2 package, you'd use rpm -qc gnome-vfs2, which will
"This tells you the files that go with the package, but what
about a specific command?"