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    Automatically installing rpms in a directory


    I have a directory full of rpms about 40 or so, is there anyway I that I can install them using the command-line rpm program to automatically install all the rpms in the directory with out haveing to individual type each filename. I am open to all solutions, thanks a lot.
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    What about a simple rpm -Uvh *.rpm (as long as there are no dependencies amongst them)? Or you could iterate through them in the same way as this thread implies -> Help ! Too many files to mv / cp

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