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jerrymorrow
Contributor II

Hello,  I'm trying to list all the installed packages in SDK 2.0 (+ latest patch) on our LS1043A.  I thought 'rpm -qa' would work, but it returned nothing.  

thanks

Jerry

Type the following command to print the all the names of installed packages on your Linux system.

# rpm -qa
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yipingwang
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

Hello Jerry,

Linux running on QorIQ platform is unlike the common distributed Linux, using rpm to upgrade and manage Linux application package.

The packages are built into filesystem by Yocto, you could modify Yocto recipe to decide to include which packages into filesystem.

You could use the command "bitbake -s fsl-image-core" to list all packages built into fsl-image-core filesytem.


Have a great day,
Yiping

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