The table below shows a collection of commands you can use to install the eDirectory rpm or packages manually.

OS Install View all packages View single package Remove
Linux rpm –install <packagefile.rpm> rpm -qa rpm -q –info <package name> rpm –erase –nodeps –noscripts <package name>
Solaris pkgadd -vd <packagefile.pkg> pkginfo pkginfo -l <package name> pkgrm <package name>
AIX installp -acgXd <packagefile> lslpp -l lslpp -la <package name> installp -ug <package name>
HP-UNIX swinstall -s `pwd`/<packagefile.depot> swlist swlist -V swremove -x enforce_dependencies=false <package name>
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By: rraghu
Mar 11, 2008
4:48 am
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