show-installed man page

show-installed — show installed RPM packages and descriptions

Synopsis

show-installed [options]

Description

show-installed gives a compact description of the packages installed (or given) making use of the comps groups found in the repositories.

Options

-h, --help

show this help message and exit

-f FORMAT, --format=FORMAT

yum, kickstart or human; yum gives the result as a yum command line; kickstart the content of a %packages section; "human" readable is default.

-i INPUT, --input=INPUT

File to read the package list from instead of using the rpmdb. - for stdin. The file must contain package names only separated by white space (including newlines). rpm -qa --qf='%{name}\n' produces proper output.

-o OUTPUT, --output=OUTPUT

File to write the result to. Stdout is used if option is omitted.

-q, --quiet

Do not show warnings.

-e, --no-excludes

Only show groups that are installed completely. Do not use exclude lines.

--global-excludes

Print exclude lines at the end and not after the groups requiring them.

--global-addons

Print package names at the end and not after the groups offering them as addon.

--addons-by-group

Also show groups not selected to sort packages contained by them. Those groups are commented out with a "# " at the begin of the line.

-m, --allow-mandatories

Check if just installing the mandatory packages gives better results. Uses "." to mark those groups.

-a, --allow-all

Check if installing all packages in the groups gives better results. Uses "*" to mark those groups.

--ignore-missing

Ignore packages missing in the repos.

--ignore-missing-excludes

Do not produce exclude lines for packages not in the repository.

Referenced By

yum-utils(1).

21 October 2010 Florian Festi