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Re: RPM REMOVE ERROR



Hi,

Thanks it works

Regards
Devendra

> Hi,
>
> Why not just type:
>
> (rpm -q postfix > /dev/null && rpm -e postfix && echo "REMOVED")
>
> rpm akshbroadband com wrote:
>> HI,
>>
>> I have problem when i remove some package from my redhat
>> linux PC that not installed it give the error
>>
>> [root devendra
>> ~]# rpm -e postfix
>> error: package postfix is not installed
>>
>> i also try this :-
>>
>> [root devendra ~]# rpm -e postfix
>> 2>&1 > /dev/null
>> error: package postfix is not installed
>>
>> i want that the commnad rpm -e don't give any error.
>> if
>> package installed or not . how i do this
>>
>> Regards
>> Devendra
>>
>
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