Rpmorphan 1.19 Description:
Rpmorphan for Linux - This command-line tool can be used to list RPM packages that don't have dependencies
Rpmorphan Rpmorphan is comprised of several command-line tools, such as rpmusage, which displays the last use date of RPM package; rpmdep, which displays the full dependency of an installed RPM package; rpmduplicates, which finds programs with several versions installed; rpmextra, which finds installed RPM packages that not part of the current Linux distribution. Quite simple actually, as it first identifies all the packages that have no dependencies, and then it lists those packages at a glance, in the terminal window, allowing the user to remove them (all or individual) or view detailed information about each one.
ConclusionTo conclude Rpmorphan works on Linux operating system and can be easily downloaded using the below download link according to GNU Public License license. The download file is only 0.08 MB in size.
Rpmorphan was filed under the System category and was reviewed in softlookup.com and receive 2.9/5 Score.
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Popularity 5.8/10 - Downloads - 104 - Score - 2.9/5
|License:||GNU Public License|
|File size:||0.08 MB|