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1. Command line equivalents depending on the distribution's package format.

Table 1
# pkg rpm dpkg
1. pkginfo -l SUNWapchr rpm -qai httpd dpkg -l
2. pkginfo -x SUNWapchr rpm -qa dpkg -l
3.pkginfo -p 'apache2' rpm -qpi 'httpd.rpm' dpkg -s 'apache2'
4. pkginfo -q rpm -q 'httpd' dpkg -l 'apache2'
5.pkgchk -v SMCrnameu rpm -qlp 'httpd.rpm' dpkg-deb -c 'apache2.deb'
6.pkgchk -lp /usr/local/bin/qcmdrpm -qf '/etc/apache2/httpd.conf' dpkg -S '/etc/apache2/apache2.conf'
7.pkgrm SMCrnameu rpm -e 'httpd' dpkg -r 'apache2'
8. pkgadd -d renameutils-0.11.0-sol10-x86-local rpm -i 'httpd.rpm' dpkg -i 'apache2.deb'
9. rpm --rebuilddb
10. rpm --querytags httpd
11. rpm -qa "*http*" dpkg -l "*apache*"
12. rpm -q --qf "%{INSTALLTIME}\n" apache2
13. rpm -qc apache2


Table 1. A description list of each equivalent command.

#Description
1. Detailed package listing of installed packages.
2.Extracted lists of packages. abbreviation, name, architecture on the system.
3.Verify whether a package is on the system and output it's version information.
4.Queries for a package and returns its exit status and version number.
5.Queries a package in your path and output its contents.
6.Verifies which package a particular file on the system belongs to.
7.Removes a package.
8. Install package.
9. Rebuild the RPM database.
10. List the metatags for a rpm.
11. Perform a regex search for a rpm.
12. Get the epoch install time for a rpm.
13. List the config files for a rpm.

Table 2
# pkg rpm dpkg zypper
1. pkg install yum install httpd apt-get install apache2 zypper instal apache2
2. pkg list apache yum list rpm* apt-cache show apache2 zypper list rpm*
3. pkg verify 'apache2' xxx xxx zypper verify apache2
4. pkginfo -q apache2 yum query httpd xxx
5.pkg info 'apache2' yum info httpd apt-cache zypper info apache2
6.pkg contents 'apache2' xxx xxx
7.pkg search 'apache2' yum search 'apache2' xxx zypper search apache2
8. pkg uninstall 'apache2' yum uninstall 'apache2' apt-get remove 'apache2' zypper remove apache2
9. pkg yum repolist apt-cache zypper listrepo

2. A description list of each equivalent command.

#Description
1. Install a package.
2.Show a readable record for the package.
3.verify whether all dependencies are still fulfilled and to repair missing dependencies.
4.Queries for a package and returns its exit status and version number.
5.Displays detailed information about the specified packages.
6.Verifies which package a particular file on the system belongs to.
7.Search performs a full text search on all available package lists.
8. Uninstall package.
9.Prints out detailed information about the priority selection of the named package.

Package management tools
zypper search rpm* yum list rpm* apt-cache search rpm* pkgutil -a | grep rpm
zypper remove apache2 yum remove httpd apt-get remove apache2 pkgutil -r httpd
zypper info rpm-build yum info rpm-build apt-cache show apache2 pkgutil -info httpd
zypper install apache2 yum install httpd apt-get install apache2 pkgutil -i httpd


#Solaris Service management
1. svcs -a svcs -l nfs/server svcs -a | grep ssh svcs -l ssh
2. svcadm refresh autofs svcadm restart autofs svcadm disable ssh svcadm enable ssh
3. svcadm refresh svcadm restart svcadm disable zypper instal apache2

#RH/Centos 1 - 6 Service management
1. service httpd status service httpd restart service httpd stop service reload httpd
2. chkconfig --level 35 httpd on chkconfig --list chkconfig --list httpd chkconfig httpd off
#RH/Centos 7 - Ubuntu => 15 Systemctl management
3. systemctl status httpd systemctl restart httpd systemctl stop httpd systemctl list-dependencies
4. systemctl enable httpd systemctl is-enabled httpd systemctl disable httpd systemctl disable httpd
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