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5.6.2. Updating with an RPM

This case is similar to installing from an rpm file, in this case an rpm file is provided to update a previously installed version.
# su -c "yum update psad-2.1.4-1.i386.rpm"
# su -c "yum localupdate psad-2.1.4-1.i386.rpm"
The yum localupdate form is obsolete, use yum update from now on.