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    About RPM

    RPM Package Manager (RPM) is an automated, non-interactive software installation package management system that is used for some Linux distributions. The acronym RPM refers to the actual package manager, and to the software that is packaged in the .rpm file.

    The PSM server is installed from a .rpm file included in the PSM DVD and ISO image.

    Modified: 2016-12-11