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    Default my problem with terminal in suse

    i tray to write this order in terminal but i failed why?

    the order is installpkg smart-1.1-noarch-1cf.tgz

    the results of order :

    ahmed@linux-qbrc:~> installpkg smart-1.1-noarch-1cf.tgz
    If 'installpkg' is not a typo you can use command-not-found to lookup the package that contains it, like this:
    cnf installpkg
    ahmed@linux-qbrc:~>


    so i need to tell me how can i treat with terminal . please tell me about the best steps?

    second question : how can i install smart in suse ?

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    Default Re: my problem with terminal in suse

    Welcome to the forums !!

    What exactly are you trying to install? The package manager 'smart'?

    Try the one-click install from Software.openSUSE.org

    AFAIK the command 'installpkg' is not used on openSUSE.
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    Default Re: my problem with terminal in suse

    Quote Originally Posted by maxthon View Post
    i tray to write this order in terminal but i failed why?

    the order is installpkg smart-1.1-noarch-1cf.tgz

    the results of order :

    ahmed@linux-qbrc:~> installpkg smart-1.1-noarch-1cf.tgz
    If 'installpkg' is not a typo you can use command-not-found to lookup the package that contains it, like this:
    cnf installpkg
    ahmed@linux-qbrc:~>


    so i need to tell me how can i treat with terminal . please tell me about the best steps?

    second question : how can i install smart in suse ?
    Hi!
    First of all the file smart-1.1-noarch-1cf.tgz is a compressed file, not a package. Uncompress it to a directory and search for a README file or something similar and follow the instructions.
    If there is an *.rpm file in the directory after uncompressing smart-1.1-noarch-1cf.tgz install it with the command:
    Code:
    rpm -i <nameOfTheRPM>
    .
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    Default Re: my problem with terminal in suse

    Quote Originally Posted by maxthon View Post
    the order is installpkg ...
    you need to use zypper (as in
    Code:
    zypper in
    ) to install using the command line.
    Or search in yast for the package you want to install.
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