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For example, to verify a package containing a particular file:
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rpm -Vf /bin/vi
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To verify all installed packages:
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rpm -Va
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To verify an installed package against an RPM package file:
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rpm -Vp foo-10-1i386rpm
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This verification can be useful if the user suspects that the RPM databases are corrupt If everything is verified properly, there will be no output Any discrepancies will be displayed The format of the output is a string of eight characters, a possible c denoting a configuration file, and then the file name Each of the eight characters denotes the result of a comparison of one attribute of the file to the value of that attribute recorded in the RPM database
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A single period () means the test passed The following characters denote failure of certain tests:
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5 S L T D U G M MD5 checksum File size Symbolic link File modification time Device User Group Mode (includes permissions and file type)
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To ensure the integrity of the downloaded package, use this command:
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rpm --checksig packagerpm
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Installing an RPM-based distribution is a matter of invoking rpm to extract and install the contents:
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# rpm -i apache-xxxrpm
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When the install finishes, Apache should be ready to run Starting, configuring, and maintaining are roughly the same as with a source install One caveat with using an Apache RPM is that there are many Linux distributions that implement RPM for managing packages but little consensus as to where certain files belong If the user cannot find a central Apache or http directory and the install seems to have completed properly, the distribution probably has spread the Apache files across several directories Use this command to list all installed files:
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The user should be able to find the configuration and content directories in this list Some of the important files are placed here using the Apache package included with Red Hat 62:
httpdconf: /etc/httpd/conf HTML content: /home/httpd/html httpd binary: /usr/sbin
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apachectl is not included with this RPM, but there is a startup script in /etc/rcd/ initd called httpd
The mileage may vary depending on the distribution The source is always available if an RPM install does not meet the needs of your location A source installation also provides the user with the opportunity to select the features that he or she wishes to enable N OT E
Apache may be split into multiple packages in some distributions For example, Red Hat has split out some of the files into a package called apachedevel This package contains files required to build third-party modules
Installation and Configuration
Locate Security Updates
To locate the latest versions of a vendor s security updates, go to the vendor s home page or one of its mirrors and type the following search string in the Search box:
RH 62 + security
The following is an abridged screen dump of the security updates available for t 62 as of January 2001:
From - Sun Jan 7 22:42:06 2001 ftp://rpmfindnet/linux/redhat/updates/62/i386/ Directory of /linux/redhat/updates/62/i386 Current directory is /linux/redhat/updates/62/i386 Up to higher level directory SysVinit-278-5i386rpm 80 Kb apache-1314-262i386rpm 420 Kb apache-devel-1314-262i386rpm 108 Kb apache-manual-1314-262i386rpm 462 Kb auth_ldap-140-3i386rpm 26 Kb imap-2000-26i386rpm 1034 Kb imap-devel-2000-26i386rpm 1118 Kb kernel-2216-3i386rpm 5818 Kb kernel-BOOT-2216-3i386rpm 3351 Kb kernel-doc-2216-3i386rpm 953 Kb kernel-headers-2216-3i386rpm 1128 Kb mod_perl-123-3i386rpm 746 Kb netscape-common-476-062i386rpm 8326 Kb netscape-communicator-476-062i386rpm 5909 Kb netscape-navigator-476-062i386rpm 3143 Kb nss_ldap-122-16i386rpm 96 Kb openldap-129-6i386rpm 1326 Kb openldap-devel-129-6i386rpm 128 Kb openssl-095a-26xi386rpm 1170 Kb openssl-devel-095a-26xi386rpm 894 Kb openssl-perl-095a-26xi386rpm 8 Kb openssl-python-095a-26xi386rpm 123 Kb perl-500503-12i386rpm 4923 Kb php-3017-162i386rp 306 Kb php-imap-3017-162i386rpm 352 Kb php-ldap-3017-162i386rpm 14 Kb php-manual-3017-162i386rpm 968 Kb php-pgsql-3017-162i386rpm 16 Kb python-152-276xi386rpm 1805 Kb python-xmlrpc-121-06xi386rpm 35 Kb
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