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4.2.5. Listing the documentation files for a package

Similarly to the –c option, the –d option tells the rpm –q command to list just the documentation files for a package. The basic syntax is:
rpm –qd package_name
For example:
rpm -qd tcsh
        /usr/share/doc/tcsh-6.10/FAQ
        /usr/share/doc/tcsh-6.10/Fixes
        /usr/share/doc/tcsh-6.10/NewThings
        /usr/share/doc/tcsh-6.10/complete.tcsh
        /usr/share/doc/tcsh-6.10/eight-bit.txt
        /usr/share/doc/tcsh-6.10/tcsh.html/header.html
        /usr/share/doc/tcsh-6.10/tcsh.html/index.html
        /usr/share/doc/tcsh-6.10/tcsh.html/lists.html
        /usr/share/doc/tcsh-6.10/tcsh.html/tcsh.man
        /usr/share/doc/tcsh-6.10/tcsh.html/tcsh.man2html
        /usr/share/doc/tcsh-6.10/tcsh.html/top.html
        /usr/share/man/man1/tcsh.1.gz

Getting more information

You can add the –v option to all of the file-listing options to get more information.
You can also use the longer option, --docfiles, in place of –d.