I am following Linux CBT tutorials for RHEL to learn some LINUX basics.
If I want to know if a particular package is installed in ubuntu, I usually type dpkg -l and grep the needed name. Such as
dpkg -l | grep cron
Is it same as using
rpm -qa | grep cron
for Redhat based OSes?
That guy also uses
rpm -ql to list the file locations. Such as
rpm -ql crontabs
Can some one tell me what exactly does rpm -ql list and how can I get a similar command in Ubuntu to list all relevant files like
rpm -ql crontabs. (Right now, I use locate cron and it lists me every file)