The cloudera installation documentation has a section on installing offline. http://www.cloudera.com/content/cloudera/en/documentation/cdh5/v5-0-0/CDH5-Installation-Guide/CDH5-Installation-Guide.html You should consider installing via parcels over rpm's. You can download and stage the parcels just like you can rpm's and it's a much smoother and cleaner installation. To find the rpm, I'll assume you're using a yum-based package manager, you could try: yum provides */libhadoop.so* If it's in your repos, that should find it, but again, use parcels. It can be done offline and you'll like it a lot more.
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