installcheck man page
installcheck — find out which packages cannot be installed
installcheck ARCH REPO1 REPO2... --nocheck NREPO1 NREPO2...
The installcheck tool checks if all packages in REPO1...REPON are installable. A package is installable if there is a set of packages from the repositories that satisfies its dependencies. The repositories after the --nocheck option are only used for dependency resolving, but the tool does not check if the packages in them are installable.
A Repository can be a solv file, a rpmmd primary.xml.gz file, a SUSE packages or packages.gz file, or a Debian Packages or Packages.gz file.
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