command to install r.p.m. pacages on linux centos 5

hi guys, please tell methe commnd to install the given pacages on linux centos 5.5

-           sysstat-7.0.2-1.el5.i386.rpm

-           libaio-devel-0.3.106-3.2.i386.rpm

-           libXp-1.0.0-8.1.el5.i386.rpm
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rpm -ivh file.rpm
rpm -ivh file1.rpm file2.rpm file*.rpm *.rpm

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As pilson66 said.
rpm -ivh <package name>

If, however, you don't have these RPM files, or if it complains about dependencies, then you can do
yum install compat-db
nirvairghumanAuthor Commented:
hi, i have used both commands firstly i tried
  rpm -ivh then the error is ---   no such fileor directory
 secondly i used
 yum install compat-db
then again error
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To use the first command, make sure you are in the correct directory
and check that rpms are located in that directory

ls *rpm

Then do

rpm -ivh TAB TAB

TAB means press tab key twice.

For the second command, I would like to see the error message
Which directory do you have rpm files in?

Suppose it is /root/tmp

then first go to that directory
cd /root/tmp
JUST Example
Another clarification, sorry.

Tab tab doesn't mean you would not need the entire rpm name.  You would need the entire name till .rpm
nirvairghumanAuthor Commented:
thanks GURU
You are most welcome.  Anything else?
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