[Ilugc] unable to run rpm -ivh or any rpm command
Noorul.Islam at caritor.com
Mon Mar 14 11:23:30 IST 2005
debian has its own packaging system.
you can use "dpkg" or "dselect" commands to install/uininstall packages.
You can also use rpm with debian. For this you have to first install rpm
package using "dpkg" or "dselect".
I think using rpm on debian is not at all safe.
ilugc-bounces at ae.iitm.ac.in wrote on 03/14/2005 11:23:51 AM:
> hi everyone!
> My problem of sound got solved with a command corresponding to "chmod
> 775".....and thanx for that...........yet again a new problem in
> Debian ..........i am unable to run the "rpm" command and when i type
> rpm -ivh <file> it says command "rpm " not found .wat should i do? and
> how can i update and upgrade my linux?
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