Quick Tip: Showing installed programs under Fedora

 yum list installed 

This will result in a list of all installed packages like so:

Loading "fastestmirror" plugin
Loading "installonlyn" plugin
Installed Packages
Deployment_Guide-en-US.noarch            5.1.0-11.el5.centos.1  installed
GConf2.i386                              2.14.0-9.el5           installed
GConf2.x86_64                            2.14.0-9.el5           installed
ImageMagick.i386                       installed
ImageMagick.x86_64                     installed
MAKEDEV.x86_64                           3.23-1.2               installed
NetworkManager.x86_64                    1:0.6.4-6.el5          installed
ORBit2.i386                              2.14.3-4.el5           installed
ORBit2.x86_64                            2.14.3-4.el5           installed
SysVinit.x86_64                          2.86-14                installed
acl.x86_64                               2.2.39-2.1.el5         installed
acpid.x86_64                             1.0.4-5                installed
zip.x86_64                               2.31-1.2.2             installed
zlib.x86_64                              1.2.3-3                installed
zlib.i386                                1.2.3-3                installed
zlib-devel.i386                          1.2.3-3                installed
zlib-devel.x86_64                        1.2.3-3                installed

The list usually pretty huge, so you might want to pipe it through “more” or “less” so you can scroll through it a page at a time:

yum list installed | more
yum list installed | less

or direct it out to a file for viewing in a text editor:

yum list installed > /tmp/yum-list.txt



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