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How to list packages installed from a particular repo

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Is there an easy way to list all the packages installed on a fedora system from a particular repo.

posted Jan 28, 2014 by Tarun Singhal

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3 Answers

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A incomplete, but possibly good enough:

yum install keychecker

This will list packages installed by the gpg key they are signed with. This won't help if you install unsigned packages, but will help with things like fedora stable releases vs non fedora packages, etc.

answer Jan 28, 2014 by Deepankar Dubey
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yum list | grep '@repo'

answer Jan 28, 2014 by Sanketi Garg
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$ yum list all > yum-list-all.txt

will give you a text file with most of what you want. The repos are in the third column.

answer Jan 28, 2014 by Amit Mishra
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