Rpmorphan 1.13

This command-line tool can be used to list RPM packages that don't have dependencies
Rpmorphan is an open source command-line software that has been engineered to find orphan RPM packages on your RPM-based Linux operating system, such as Fedora, openSUSE, OpenMandrive, CentOS or Red Hat.

Rpmorphan is comprised of the following tools: 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.

This project intends to be a clone of the deborphan Debian tool, but for RPM packages.

last updated on:
December 6th, 2013, 12:02 GMT
developed by:
Eric Gerbier
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
ROOT \ System \ System Administration


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What's New in version 1.12-3
  • This version fixed a bug where undefined was used as a SCALAR reference.
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