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Check package pdksh-5.2.xx.x.

Bruce Jin
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I need to find out if pdksh-5.2.xx.x is installed with Redhat 9.0. How to check? If not installed where can I get it and how to install it?
(I am putting DB2 on redhat which requires this package).
Thanks!


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Alton Hernandez
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rpm -qi pdksh
OR
grep pdksh /var/log/rpmpkgs

If it isn't there, you can always go to fedora.redhat.com or www.rpmfind.net
 
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