Try the command "man rpm" and see if you can figure it out.
What is it with you and samueltarcin999 anyway? You post a usually fairly elementary question that anyone with any real understanding of Linux could soon figure out, sam comes along with an answer in about 24 hours, always citing an article by Ismail Baydan on poftut.com, and anybody else who comments you both ignore. I think you're all the same person and this is your clumsy idea of how to promote a web site. Especially since I found exactly the same questions and answers and user names on a lot of other sites--I quit looking after 16-- and another user called edizgeorgi also involved.