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Fedora 14 xfce

I have installed a package using yum install package-name.

However, I can't seen to find out where it has been installed to.

Is there any command that will tell me what directory the files have been installed to?

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You can just use the rpm tool for this.

rpm -ql package-name

Will list all files installed by that package (that's que-ell).

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You could open a terminal session and use whereis:

[linker3000@aa1 ~]$ whereis vi
vi: /bin/vi /usr/share/man/man1/vi.1.gz /usr/share/man/man1p/vi.1p.gz
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