How to List Files Installed From a RPM or DEB Package in Linux

Linux the great

Have you ever wondered where the various files contained inside a package are installed (located) in the Linux file system? In this article, we’ll show how to list all files installed from or present in a certain package or group of packages in Linux.

This can help you to easily locate important package files like configurations files, documentation and more. Let’s look at the different methods of listing files in or installed from a package:

How to List All Files of Installed Package in Linux

You can use the repoquery command which is part of the yum-utils to list files installed on a CentOS/RHEL system from a given package.

To install and use yum-utils, run the commands below:

# yum update 
# yum install yum-utils

Now you can list files of an installed RPM package, for example httpd web server (note that the package name is case-sensitive). The --installed

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