To verify the rpm you have to type the complete path. So, if the rpm itself was saved to your downloads directory, the command would be rpm -k Downloads/rpm... [by scottro]
I tend to make good use of RPMforge for my production CentOS systems. I have local repos for the main CentOS distribution and updates, however, recent kickstart installs are starting to hang on downloads from slow RPMforge mirrors. I've tried limiting to specific RPMforge mirrors and also using the yum fastestmirror plugin.
I know it isn't an app, and it just points to a directory. It points to /storage/sdcard0/downloads. I set my aqua mail to download to that exact location, but after i download a .jpg (or any file) then open the Downloads app it says "No downloads".
Yes the Downloads app used to work, but I have no idea how I made it not work.
I accidentally deleted my ~/Downloads directory, where the CentOS UI would leave files i have downloaded off the web, mail attachments, and so on...Although i have since recreated it, C... [by jonathon]
Okay here is the question. When using homerun and typing a directory path is there a way to have it show potential matches for folders in realtime? For example, say I want to open ~/Downloads. the only folders starting with D in my home folder are Documents and Downloads, so if I type ~/D it will show links to ~/Documents and ~/Downloads, and as I continue typing it refines the search.