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]
so I started reading up on how to program in C++ yesterday, and at the end of the first section you end up with a hello world program.
I wrote the program in emacs and saved it as a .cpp file
I went to open it through the terminal and tried to change the CD to get to the folder it was saved in, the terminal returned that the directory didn't exist which is a complete load.
now, from the h
I have an application named delphi in Delphi_Dp directory.
Its PATH is /usr/kalyan/Downloads/Delphi_Dp
I have done export
echo 'export PATH=$PATH:/usr/kalyan/Downloads/Delphi_Dp' >> ~/.bash_profile
But in terminal, when I type delphi, it is showing Command not found.