Definitions for "RPM "
The RPM Package Manager is a powerful command line driven package management system capable of installing, uninstalling, verifying, querying, and updating software packages. Each software package consists of an archive of files along with information about the package like its version, a description, etc. It also includes the RPM C library and header files.
RPM is the RedHat Package Manager. It is used to maintain a database of installed packages and the files beloging to each package to allow easy installation, upgrades and removal of packages. The RPM home is http://www.rpm.org. Many packages are at http://rufus.w3.org/linux/RPM/. To install or upgrade an rpm use rpm -U package.rpm (for upgrade and install) and to remove use rpm -e package (for erase).
Resource Planning and Management, College of Engineering
REMEDIAL PROJECT MANAGER. The representative for each FFA party responsible for overseeing remedial response activities.
resource provisioning management. The management principle that combines three key elements - business logic, workflow management, and distribution agents - which together centrally manage the provisioning of users with access to information and business resources.
resource pool management.
RPM was a Canadian music industry publication that featured song and album charts for Canada. The publication was founded by Walt Grealis in February 1964, supported through its existence by record label owner Stan Klees. RPM ceased publication in November 2000.
"RPM" is an episode of The Batman's third season. It originally aired in North America on November 5, 2005. The episode featured Will Friedle, the actor who portrayed Batman in Batman Beyond and the future DC animated universe, as Gearhead.
Reverse Path Multicasting. Multicasting technique in which a multicast datagram is forwarded out of all but the receiving interface if the receiving interface is one used to forward unicast datagrams to the source of the multicast datagram.
Roadside Pollution Monitor. Real time nitrogen dioxide and carbon monoxide monitors using electrochemical cells. Less accurate than the AUN type monitors. Usually situated alongside major roads.
Reverse-path multicasting. Routing algorithm used by Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol (DVMRP) to forward multicast traffic. Real-Time Performance Monitoring. A tool for creating active probes to track and monitor traffic.
Keywords:  passenger, rpk, mile, flown, revenue
Revenue Passenger Mile. One paying passenger flown one mile. It is the principal measure of airline passenger traffic.
Revenue Passenger-Miles (see RPK)
Rev Passenger Miles
Keywords:  floorplan, rloc, clb, xilinx, they'll
Acronym for relatively placed macro. Xilinx specific. A group of device primitives to which RLOC= attributes have been applied, in order to constrain the placement of the group and thereby floorplan the group. For example, attributing with RLOC=R0C0, with RLOC=R0C0 and with RLOC=R0C1 constrains and to be placed in the same CLB/slice and to be placed in the adjacent slice in the next column. Wherever a, b, and may be placed in the device, they'll be placed together.
Keywords:  minuto, revoluciones, por
Revoluciones Por Minuto
Keywords:  multiband, imux, module, remote, port
Route Processor Module
Route processing module -- a double-height back card
Remote Point Module
retail price maintenance. when manufacturers can enforce a particular price for their products, and prevent retailers reducing it.
The process by which manufacturers dictate to the retailers of their products the prices below which (or in some cases, above which) they may not sell the products to consumers. While the legal status of RPM is complex, it can generally be said that manufacturers may suggest resale prices for their products to retailers on a unilateral basis without violating the antitrust laws. However, when a resale price is dictated to a retailer by the manufacturer, and the retailer agrees to and does adhere to that price, courts have found this to be a violation of the antitrust laws.
rheological profile modifier
Keywords:  pavement, markers, raised
raised pavement markers
Reinforced Plastic Mortar; a form of thermoset plastic pipe
Regional Pharmaceuticals Market. The German Institute for Medical Statistics divided Germany into RPM areas.
Keywords:  payoff, rapid, short, back, another
Rapid Payoff Mortgage. Another name for a short term mortgage. back
Keywords:  punched, stamped, mint, once, mark
Re-punched Mint Mark - mint mark stamped more than once.
Keywords:  circular, roms, dvd, anything, motion
This is a measurement that applies commonly to hard drives, and removable drives like CD-ROMs and DVD-ROMs. It also applies to anything that moves in a circular motion.
Regulatory Procedures Manual
RS-232 RS-422