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Fedora: trying to figure out how to list the rpms?

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I am trying to figure out how to list the rpms in, say:

@base-x
or
@printing
or
@fedora-release-nonproduct

and so on.

Any help?

posted Feb 10, 2015 by Daler

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@something is a group (yum grouplist),
for content of the group
yum groupinfo @group
or
yum groupinfo "my group"

I'm not sure if the first one will work, I thinkk you can get group names and short names (@somegroup) with
yum grouplist hidden -v

answer Feb 10, 2015 by Mandeep Sehgal
Thanks! The first one does work and is also what i was looking for.
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