rpm -e command can be used to erase an installed RPM. The following example attempts to delete a RPM called codeina-0.10.1-5.fc8 .
[neo@techpulp ~]# rpm -e codeina-0.10.1-5.fc8
If the RPM given is not an installed RPM, it shows an error message as shown below.
[neo@techpulp ~]# rpm -e abcd
error: package abcd is not installed
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