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Siesta

hi
"File "android-x86-version.rpm" not found" this happened after i used
"sudo rpm -ivh android-x86-version.rpm"
I'm just start using linux today, can you help me

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Binit Ghimire

Hello @paff2609 , you can try going inside the directory which contains your downloaded file, and then run the following inside it:

sudo rpm -ivh *.rpm
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This command will help you out in resolving the error you are facing.