Commands tagged queryformat (1)

  • \n Separates out the architectures on different lines. Show Sample Output


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    rpm -q --queryformat="%{NAME}: %{OPTFLAGS}\n" <rpm>
    robinsonaarond · 2012-12-05 22:18:03 1

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