rpmdistro-repoquery

Created 5 years ago
Maintained by ngompa
Tool to easily do repository queries for different distributions using DNF
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Michel Lind committed 3 months ago

rpmdistro-repoquery

This tool utilizes DNF to let you query across several RPM-based Linux distributions.

Currently, the tool supports the following distributions:

  • Fedora
  • Mageia
  • openSUSE Leap
  • openSUSE Tumbleweed
  • CentOS (with EPEL)
  • CentOS Stream (with EPEL)
  • AlmaLinux (with EPEL)
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux Universal Base Image (RHEL UBI)
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Base Container Image (SLE BCI)
  • Amazon Linux

How to use it

Ensure that the dnf and distribution-gpg-keys packages are installed on your system.

Both are available in the following distributions:

  • Fedora
  • Mageia (since Mageia 6)
  • openSUSE Leap (since 15.0)
  • openSUSE Tumbleweed (since April 2018)
  • CentOS (since 7.6) and derivatives with EPEL installed and enabled
$ ./rpmdistro-repoquery ./distros/<distro> <releasever> [<repoquery options> ...] <pkg-or-file-path>

If the <distro> argument is specified without a path, rpmdistro-repoquery will look in /usr/share/rpmdistro-repoquery.

openSUSE specific notes

For a special case, openSUSE Tumbleweed would work as the following with repoquery:

$ ./rpmdistro-repoquery ./distros/opensuse-tumbleweed 0 [<repoquery options> ...] <pkg-or-file-path>

This is because openSUSE Tumbleweed doesn't have a defined release ver, so you can put whatever value you want in the second position.

However, if you want to query various released snapshots for comparisons, you can:

$ ./rpmdistro-repoquery ./distros/opensuse-tumbleweed-snapshot 20190423 [<repoquery options> ...] <pkg-or-file-path>

A list of available Tumbleweed snapshots to query is published by openSUSE.

Amazon Linux specific notes

This tool only supports Amazon Linux 2023 and newer.