can someone really explain to me what rpm command does in linux
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The rpm command is the Red-Hat Package Manager - the package management system used by Red-Hat Enterprise Linux, Fedora, CentOS, OpenSuse and many other GNU/Linux distros.
rpm is used to build, install, update, query and/or remove software packages which are packaged in Red-Hats .rpm format.
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