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When I run the command yum erase $(rpm -qa |grep gnome), I get the following output:

========================================================================================================================
 Package                          Arch        Version               Repository                                     Size
========================================================================================================================
Removing:
 gnome-backgrounds                noarch      2.28.0-2.el6          @anaconda-CentOS-201303020151.x86_64/6.4      9.5 M
 gnome-bluetooth-libs             x86_64      2.28.6-8.el6          @anaconda-CentOS-201303020151.x86_64/6.4      165 k
 gnome-doc-utils-stylesheets      noarch      0.18.1-1.el6          @anaconda-CentOS-201303020151.x86_64/6.4      1.3 M

What I want to do is list out all of the items in the "Repository" column for all packages on my system and/or do a query for all packages in the "@anaconda-CentOS-201303020151.x86_64/6.4" repository. Any of the "repo" options in yum that I can see only list base, epel, etc., and yum repolist all doesn't mention "@anaconda-CentOS-201303020151.x86_64/6.4" at all. So how do I see it and what's in it?

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yum list installed | grep -F "anaconda-CentOS-201303020151.x86_64/6.4"

  • Oddly enough, piping the output formatted it in a way that gave potentially bad results, but the simple yum list installed formatted the output properly, so I got what I wanted. – DrStrangepork Dec 30 '14 at 18:09
  • Does that list every package installed, or only the "main" packages and not dependencies (that have to be installed along with the main one) – Xen2050 Dec 30 '14 at 20:01
  • AFAIK, it list every package, even dependencies and such. – NuTTyX Dec 31 '14 at 0:00
  • Same for almost all of the deb tools too, unfortunately – Xen2050 Dec 31 '14 at 2:47

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