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xo)mora
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@base

Post by xo)mora » 2019/04/23 13:34:49

Hi, please will you help me?

I executed:
# yum whatprovides 'perl(DBI)'

perl-DBI-1.627-4.el7.x86_64 : A database access API for perl
Repo : base
Matched from:
Provides : perl(DBI) = 1.627

perl-DBI-1.627-4.el7.x86_64 : A database access API for perl
Repo : @base
Matched from:
Provides : perl(DBI) = 1.627
# rpm -q perl-DBI
perl-DBI-1.627-4.el7.x86_64

Whats the meaning of Repo : base and Repo : @base?

Thanks a lot.
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xo)mora

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Re: @base

Post by stevemowbray » 2019/04/23 13:56:23

@base means the curently installed package is from the base repo.

From the yum man page:
OUTPUT
The format of the output of yum list is:
name.arch [epoch:]version-release repo or @installed-from-repo

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Re: @base

Post by TrevorH » 2019/04/23 13:57:29

Repo: base means it found your "provide" in a package in the repo "base".

Repo: @base means it found your provide in an installed package that came from the repo "base" when it was installed.
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xo)mora
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Re: @base

Post by xo)mora » 2019/04/23 14:22:25

TrevorH wrote:
2019/04/23 13:57:29
Repo: base means it found your "provide" in a package in the repo "base". [/b]

ok, I understood

Repo: @base means it found your provide in an installed package that came from the repo "base" when it was installed.


It meaning that it was a complete installation that came from the repo "base"?

Then, Will I use the package without problems?, had I been install the package correctly ?
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