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Appendix A - On the Caldera OpenLinux 2.4 CDROM

OpenLinux eDesktop 2.4 is the most recent distribution of Linux from Caldera as this book goes to production (or ... not, as it came down, see the Preface for details). We have included a copy for you on CD-ROM at the back of the book. It is identical to the downloadable product from the Caldera Website, and contains none of the commercial packages that are incorporated with the retail distribution.

For details about the commercial packages, and the various flavors of retail OpenLinux products, visit the online store at

Before installation, we recommend reading Chapter 2, which provides guidance for planning a Linux installation. If you'd rather just jump right in at the deep end, then Chapter 3 starts right in on the nuts and bolts of installing OpenLinux eDesktop 2.4, which includes all of the software packages listed in the pages that follow.

Package Group Descriptions

Like most Linux distributions, the software is packaged. This means that all of the files that work together to provide a specific function or sub-function are placed together in single files, and these files are extracted to the system at installation time. Altogether, there are 655 packages in the non-commercial version of eDesktop 2.4. These are mixed and matched in package groups to provide specific sets of functionality for the completely installed system. Let's look at the package groupings.

These brief group descriptions repeat the coverage that is in Chapter 2 of this book. They are here to provide a legend and context for Table B-1 that follows. They are introduced in the order they appear on the installer screen. Each package group is numbered to correspond with the notations in the third column of the table. For instance, line 4 of the table is shown below, and is included in all of the package groups.

Herein, we omit the Custom group, since it is a user selectable package list mode of installation. However, the following table may be useful in deciding which packages to include in a Custom install.

All Packages

Taking up 1310 M, this installs (surprise) all the packages on the non-commercial install CDROM. The package selection includes software development tools for many different languages, graphic manipulation software, text processing utilities, all server programs, and much more. This is also disparagingly called a "kitchen-sink install" by Linux aficionados who are in favor of installing the tools you use and no more. We see that point of view, and gently suggest that until a person knows what she wants to use, let the experimentation continue in the easiest possible manner. In the table below, all packages is not noted explicitly - rather obviously, all of the line items are included in the All Packages group.

M - Minimum Installation

This setup requires only 220 Mb of space, but has minimum functionality. This is an ideal core installation for setting up a server, or a space-constrained machine where adding packages/functionality is going to be a one-at-a-time process. You can also use this installation option to give yourself a working base operating system, then add packages and functionality a bit at a time.

R - Recommended

Recommended installs all of the basic requirements for workstation and server use. 750 M of hard disk space is required. The graphical user environment is installed (X Window system plus KDE), along with a variety of user and server packages.

B - Business Workstation

This 610 M package selection offers the KDE environment, business productivity software, and Internet connectivity tools. This is a good basic install for someone that doesn't want to do any software development.

D - Development Workstation

At 910 M of required space, Development Workstation installs most of the packages from Business Workstation, and adds the tools for editing and debugging software. Language development support includes C/C++, Fortran, Java, Perl, Python and Tcl/Tk.

H - Home Computer

This collection is a superset of Business workstation, including more games and "entertainment value" packages.

Table A-1
Non-Commercial Packages in Caldera OpenLinux 2.4 eDesktop

Package Version Group(s) Description
acroread4.0RBDHAcrobat Reader is part of the Adobe Acrobat family of software, which lets you view, distribute, and print documents in Portable Document Format (PDF)--regardless of the computer, operating system, fonts, or application used to create the original file. PDF files retain all the formatting, fonts, and graphics of the original document, and virtually any PostScript(TM) document can be converted into a PDF file.
adduser1.3MRDHUser creation program
aktion0.3.6RH aKtion is a video player based on xanim.
am-utils6.0.2MRBDHThe automounter allows filesystems to be mounted on demand. It mounts network filesystems and local devices as well.
anonftp3.0RThis package provides the necessary directories and files below /home/ftp needed for Anonymous FTP Access.
apache1.3.11RBDThe Apache web server is the best free web server available in the UNIX world today. It uses HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol) to allow web browsers to view documents and submit data remotely. It has the ability to perform a number of different functions, including proxying and caching, and offers features such as a status monitor, dynamic type conversion, and more.
apache-devel1.3.11DThe apache-devel package contains header files and the apxs script needed to build Dynamic Shared Objects (DSOs) for Apache.
apache-docs1.3.11RDocumentation for the Apache web server.
aumix1.26MRBDHThis program provides a tty-based, interactive method of controlling a sound card's mixer. It lets you adjust the input levels from the CD, microphone, and onboard synthesizers as well as the output volume.
autoconf2.13DAutoconf is an extensible package of m4 macros that produce shell scripts to automatically configure software source code packages. These scripts can adapt the packages to many kinds of UNIX-like systems without manual user intervention. Autoconf creates a configuration script for a package from a template file that lists the operating system features that the package can use, in the form of m4 macro calls.
automake1.4DAutomake is a Makefile generator inspired by the 4.4BSD make and include files, but aims to be portable and to conform to the GNU standards for Makefile variables and targets.
bash1.14.7MRBDHThis is GNU Bash, the GNU Project's Bourne Again SHell, an interactive shell with Bourne shell syntax (/bin/sh); but also with interactive command line editing, job control on architectures that support it, Csh-like history features and brace expansion, and a slew of other stuff.
bash22.03DHThis is GNU Bash V.2, the GNU Project's Bourne Again SHell, an interactive shell with Bourne shell syntax (/bin/sh); but also with interactive command line editing, job control on architectures that support it, Csh-like history features and brace expansion, and a slew of other stuff. Please note, that OpenLinux still uses bash V.1 as default! This packages is supplied primarily for compatibility testing. (And your convenience, of course!)
bc1.05aMRBDHbc is a language that supports arbitrary precision numbers with interactive execution of statements. There are some similarities in the syntax to the C programming language. A standard math library is available by command line option. If requested, the math library is defined before processing any files. dc is a reverse-polish desk calculator which supports unlimited precision arithmetic. It also allows you to define and call macros.
bdflush1.6.2MRBDHThis program flushes the disk buffers the kernel keeps to prevent them from growing too stale.
biff+comsat0.10The comsat daemon included in this package is able to notify users of newly arrived mail by printing a message to their screen. The biff utility can be used to turn this service on or off. Note that most modern shells (such as bash) also provide a mechanism for mail notification which is a lot less intrusive than blurting a message across your screen.
bin860.4RDThis is the as86 and ld86 distribution written by Bruce Evans. It's a complete 8086 assembler and loader which can make 32-bit code for the 386+ processors (under linux it's used only to create the 16-bit bootsector and setup binaries).
bind8.2.2p5Includes the named DNS server, which is used to define host name to IP address translations (and vice versa). It can be used on workstations as a caching name server, but is generally only needed on one machine for an entire network.
bind-doc8.2.2p5Documentation for the BIND name server and utilities. The Bind Operations Guide (BOG) describes the name server and its configuration. The RFCs describe the protocol standards used in the BIND server. A FAQ file is also included.
bind-utils8.2.2p5RCollection of utilities for querying name servers and looking up hosts. These tools let you determine the IP addresses for given host names, and find information about registered domains and network addresses.
binutils2. GNU binary utilities (e.g. as, ar, ld, nm, strip, ranlib) provide all means to manipulate object files (.o-files), libraries and executables in all possible ways common in a standard UNIX system. This includes creating, linking and symbol handling. They are mandatory for all compiling programming environments.
binutils-pilot2. GNU assembler gas and ld linker link for m68k-PalmOS-coff targets.
bison1.27DBison is the GNU replacement for the yacc parser generator. Bison turns the desciption of a parser grammar into a C or C++ file.
bool2.0MRBDHThese fast assembler-like versions of false and true do noting except return an exit status of 1 meaning "failure" or 0 "success" respectively. They can be used as a place holder in shell scripts where an unsuccessful/ successful command is needed. Note that this version of false is no shell script and can safely be used as a "login shell"!
bsd-finger0.16RFinger display information about users logged into a remote system.
byacc1.9DBerkeley Yacc is an LALR(1) parser generator. Berkeley Yacc has been made as compatible as possible with AT&T Yacc. Berkeley Yacc can accept any input specification that conforms to the AT&T Yacc documentation. Specifications that take advantage of undocumented features of AT&T Yacc will probably be rejected.
bzip20.9.5dMRBDHbzip2 is a freely available, high-quality data compressor. It typically compresses files to within 10% to 15% of the best available techniques, whilst being around twice as fast at compression and six times faster at decompression.
bzip2-devel0.9.5dDHeader files and a static library needed to develop applications that use bzip2-style compression.
CameleoLight3.50RBDHCaldera Graphics Cameleo 3.5
cdda2wav1.8RHcdda2wav is a sampling utility for CD-ROM drives that are capable of sending audio CD data in digital form to your computer (CDDA). Data can be dumped into wav or sun format files. Options control the recording format (stereo/mono, 8,12,16 bits, different rates), as well as sound pitch. SCSI cdrom drives, and many IDE cdrom drives are supported.
cdfs1.8RHVarious programs gathered from different sources all quite helpful in handling CD creation.
cdparanoiaIII.alpha9.RHThis CDDA reader distribution ('cdparanoia') reads audio from the CDROM directly as data, with no analog step between, and writes the data to a file or pipe as .wav, .aifc or as raw 16 bit linear PCM.
cdrecord1.8RHCdrecord is a tool to record data or audio Compact Discs on an Orange Book CD-Recorder.
cervisia0.3.1DCervisia is a front-end to CVS for KDE.
cgetty1.0MRBDHGetty (get TTY) opens and initialises a terminal and prompts the user for a login name. After a login name has been obtained the "login" program is executed. This version ("Console Getty") works for virtual consoles and locally connected text terminals.
cleandir1.0MRBDHCleandir recursively removes files which haven't been accessed for a given number of hours or days. Normally, it's used to clean up directories which are used as temporary holding space like /tmp.
coas1.1MRBDHCOAS, the Caldera Open Administration System, is a modular, extensible administration system that supports dialog-based system configuration facilities. It currently supports a curses- and a qt-based interface.
coas-devel1.1DThis package contains the development files for COAS.
col-tools1.0MRBDHThis is a collection of small helper tools for COL: 'lt' sorts files recursively by access time or size usage: lt [-T|-s|-S|-a|-A] [-f] 'dus' gives a disk usage report for the current directory sorted by size usage: dus [directory] 'what' determines if and to which rpm a file does belong usage: what filename 'mkfind' creates a comprehensive, recursive and sorted file listing usage: mkfind [options] 'search' performs a recurse search on a given pattern usage: search [-i] pattern [path] 'tmount' tries to mount a device on a given mount point creating needed dirs usage: tmount device [options] 'diskdump' copies a specified image on a 1.44 floppy and verifies writing usage: diskdump image
communicator4.72MRBDHThis is Netscape Communicator (export version), including two communicator binaries, one statically linked with Motif, the other dynamically linked.
copyrights1.2MRBDHThis is a collection of commonly used copyrights like GPL, LGPL, Artistic and BSD (aka UCB).
cpio2.4.2MRBDHGNU cpio is a tool for creating and extracting archives, or copying files from one place to another. It handles a number of cpio formats as well as reading and writing tar files. It has been used by RPM up to version 2.4.4.
cracklib2.7MRBDHChecks passwords for security related characteristics - length, uniqueness, whether they are in a word database, etc.
crontabs1.12MRBDHThe system-wide crontab file is used to schedule execution of various programs. In using '/etc/cron.d' this provides some degree of modularity, which allows other packages to easily establish recurring activities.
cvs1.10.7DCVS is a front end to the RCS revision control system which extends the notion of revision control from a collection of files in a single directory to a hierarchical collection of directories consisting of revision controlled files. These directories and files can be combined together to form a software release. CVS provides the functions necessary to manage these software releases and to control the concurrent editing of source files among multiple software developers.
cvs-doc-ps1.10.7DPostScript documentation for cvs, the Concurrent Versioning System.
dbview1.0.3RBdbview is a little tool that will display dBase III and IV files. You can also use it to convert your old .dbf files for further use with Unix.
ddd3.1.6RDDDD is an X interface to the GDB, DBX and XDB debuggers. Classical UNIX debuggers such as the GNU debugger (GDB) provide a command-line interface and a multitude of commands for these and other debugging purposes. DDD is a wrapper around an inferior GDB, DBX, or XDB debugger. In addition to the command-line interface of the inferior debugger, DDD provides a common graphical user interface to support debugging tasks. The DDD graphical data display allows for interactive exploration of data structures.
ddd-doc3.1.6DThis package contains various documentation related to DDD in PostScript format.
dejagnu1.3.0.19981DDejaGnu is a framework for testing other programs. Its purpose is to provide a single front end for all tests. It is written in expect, which in turn uses tcl.
DEV3.4MRBDHFiles ("nodes") in the /dev directory that represent the actual hardware or pseudo-devices in the filesystem
dhcp2.0b1pl29RDhcp implements the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) and the Internet Bootstrap Protocol (BOOTP). DHCP allows hosts on a TCP/IP network to request and be assigned IP addresses, and also to discover information about the network to which they are attached. BOOTP provides similar functionality, with certain restrictions.
dhcpcd1.3.17p4MRBDHdhcpcd implements a DHCP client for dynamically allocating IP addresses. It gets the host information (IP address, netmask, broadcast address, etc.) from a DHCP server and configures the network interface of the machine on which it is running.
diald0.16HExternal IP network connections that go over phone lines, either via SLIP or PPP on a serial modem, or via PPP on an ISDN line, are normally explicitly turned on or off by operator intervention. Diald can be used to automatically bring a link up when there are Internet packets to be sent to another site, and to close the link down when it is idle.
dialog0.6RBDHDialog is a utility that allows you to build user interfaces in a TTY (text mode only). You can call dialog from within a shell script to ask the user questions or present with choices in a more user friendly manner. See /usr/doc/dialog-*/samples for some examples.
dialscripts0.1RHThis package provides the modem scripts for the German internet provider T-Online. Please configure /etc/ppp/t-online.up and pap-secrets before starting. Author: Mihnea Istinie, Caldera Systems,
diffutils2.7.2MRDHThe diff utilities can be used to compare files, and generate a record of the "differences" between files. This record can be used by the patch program to bring one file up to date with the other. All these utilities (except cmp) only work on text files.
dip3.3.7oRDIP can be used to establish SLIP dialup connections. It provides a flexible scripting language for communicating with your modem, and setting up the required parameters for the SLIP network link. Note that dip also provides a dial-in mode, where it can be used as the login program for SLIP clients. However, a more flexible tool for this is provided by the sliplogin package.
docbook-dtd3.1DThe DocBook Document Type Definition (DTD) describes the syntax of technical documentation texts (articles, books and manual pages). This syntax is SGML-compliant and is developped by the OASIS consortium.
docbook-stylesheets1.49DThese DSSSL stylesheets allow to convert any DocBook document to another printed (for example, RTF or PostScript) or online (for example, HTML) format. They are highly customizable.
docbook-utils0.1DThose little scripts convert DocBook files to HTML, RTF, PostScript and PDF.
dosemu0.98.8RBDHDOSEMU is a PC Emulator application that allows Linux to run a DOS operating system in a virtual x86 machine. This allows you to run many DOS applications.
drdos-hdimage-eval7.03RDHThis is a ready to run DR-DOS (by Lineo, Inc.) hard drive image for evaluation purposes together with a preconfigured /etc/dosemu.conf file to be used by the Linux dosemu package.
dump0.4b4Rdump and restore, as known from BSD/SunOS/..., is a quite reliable method for backup, because 'dump' gets all needed information directly from the storage media -- not via the high-level filesystem-interface (as tar, cpio, etc. do). Additionally the output format of dump is readable on other platforms (like SunOS, BSD) and vice versa. But BEWARE, this software is still under development (BETA)!!! Don't rely too much it -- but without testing, there would be no further improvement! Interleave with another backup method would be a good idea.
dviutils1.0RHThese utilities re-arrange TeX DVI files, creating DVI files as output. Dvibook rearranges pages so that the file can be printed as a booklet on a duplex printer. Dvitodvi rearranges pages according to a complex page specification. It can be used to rearrange for booklet printing, extract odd or even pages, overlay pages, and many other functions.
ed0.2MRBDHed is a line-oriented text editor. It is used to create, display, modify and otherwise manipulate text files. red is a restricted ed: it can only edit files in the current directory and cannot execute shell commands.
egcs2.91.66MRDHThe egcs (experimental GNU compiler suite - pronounced 'eggs') project is a maintained continuation of the gcc compiler. The development model follows the 'bazaar style' taking advantage of public feedback and active development mailing lists. This approach results in a more useful, more stable, more central compiler generating better code.
egcs-c++2.91.66RDThe egcs project GNU C++ compiler, 'g++', is based on gcc with options to recognize C++. libstdc++ and corresponding include files are now also supplied as a full replacement for the obsolete libg++ package.
egcs-doc2.91.66DAdditional info documentation for the GNU C compiler.
egcs-objc2.91.66DThe egcs project GNU Objective-C compiler is based on gcc with options to recognize and process Objective-C.
eject2.0.2RDThis program allows the user to eject media that can be autoejected like CD-ROMs, Jaz and Zip drives, and floppy drives on SPARC machines.
enscript1.6.1MRBDHEnscript converts text files to PostScript and spools generated PostScript output to the specified printer or leaves it in a file. If no input files are given, enscript processes standard input. Enscript can be extended to handle different output media and it has many options which can be used to customize printouts.
expect5.28DExpect is a tool for automating interactive applications such as telnet, ftp, passwd, fsck, rlogin, tip, etc. It makes it easy for a script to control another program and interact with it.
ext2fs1.14MRBDHThis package includes a number of utilities for creating, checking, and repairing ext2 filesystems.
ext2fs-devel1.14DLibraries and header files needed to develop ext2 filesystem-specific programs.
ext2fs-devel-static1.14DStatic libraries needed to develop statically linked ext2 filesystem-specific programs.
faq19990203RDHA collection of frequently asked questions about Linux.
fatfs2.2RDUtilities to create and check MS-DOS filesystems under Linux (mkdosfs and dosfsck). Now includes support for FAT32, VFAT long filenames and the Atari variant of the filesystem.
fbset2.1MRBDHfbset is a utility for querying and changing video modes of fbcon consoles.
fetchmail5.2.0MRBDHFetchmail is a free, full-featured, robust, well-documented remote mail retrieval and forwarding utility intended to be used over on-demand TCP/IP links (such as SLIP or PPP connections). It retrieves mail from remote mail servers and forwards it to your local (client) machine's delivery system, so it can then be be read by normal mail user agents such as elm(1) or Mail(1).
fhs2.0RDThe Filesystem Hierarchy Standard document specifies a standard filesystem structure for Linux systems, including the location of files and directories, and the contents of some system files.
file3.28MRDHThis package is useful for finding out what type of file you are looking at on your system. For example, if an fsck results in a file being stored in lost+found, you can run file on it to find out if it's safe to 'more' it or if it's a binary. It recognizes many file types, including ELF binaries, system libraries, RPM packages, and many different graphics formats.
fileutils4.0MRBDHThese are the GNU file management utilities. Most of these programs have significant advantages over their Unix counterparts, such as greater speed, additional options, and fewer arbitrary limits. The programs that come with this package are: chgrp, chown, chmod, cp, dd, df, du, install, ln, dir, vdir, ls, mkdir, mkfifo, mknod, mv, rm, rmdir, sync and touch.
findutils4.1MRBDHThis package contains the GNU find, xargs, and locate programs; find and xargs comply with POSIX 1003.2. They also support some additional options, some borrowed from Unix and some unique to GNU.
flash4.0RBDHFlash Player lets you experience animation and entertainment in your Web browser.
flex2.5.4DFlex is a tool for generating scanners: programs which recognize lexical patterns in text.
freeciv1.9.0RHA clone of Sid Meier's Civilization for X. It has support for multiplayer games locally or over a network, and an AI which gives most people a run for their money.
freetype1.3MRBDHThe FreeType engine is a free and portable TrueType font rendering engine. It has been developed to provide TT support to a great variety of platforms and environments. Note that FreeType is a library, not a stand-alone application, though some utility applications are included.
freetype-devel1.3DThis package is only needed if you intend to develop or compile applications which rely on the FreeType library. If you simply want to run existing applications, you won't need this package.
freetype-devel-static1.3This package is only needed if you intend to develop or compile applications which rely on the FreeType library. If you simply want to run existing applications, you won't need this package.
g772.91.66DThe egcs project GNU Fortran compiler, 'g77', supports programs written in the GNU Fortran language and in some other dialects of Fortran. g77 is a program to call gcc with options to recognize programs written in Fortran (ANSI FORTRAN 77, also called F77).
gawk3.0.4MRBDHGawk is the GNU Project's implementation of the AWK programming language. It conforms to the definition of the language in the POSIX 1003.2 Command Language And Utilities Standard. This version in turn is based on the description in The AWK Programming Language, by Aho, Kernighan, and Weinberger, with the additional features defined in the System V Release 4 version of UNIX awk. Gawk also provides some GNU-specific extensions.
gawk-doc3.0.4DDocumention for GNU gawk in PostScript and other formats.
gcal2.40RBgcal is an extended calendar program. It is terminal mode, but does highlighting of holidays and other fancy features.
gd1.6.3Dgd is a graphics library. It allows your code to quickly draw images complete with lines, arcs, text, multiple colors, cut and paste from other images, and flood fills, and write out the result as a .PNG file. This is particularly useful in World Wide Web applications, where .PNG is one of the formats accepted for inline images by most browsers. gd is not a paint program. If you are looking for a paint program, you are looking in the wrong place. If you are not a programmer, you are looking in the wrong place.
gd-devel1.6.3DThis package contains the development libraries and header files for developing with gd.
gd-devel-static1.6.3This package contains the gd static development libraries.
gdb4.18RDThe purpose of a debugger such as GDB is to allow you to see what is going on `inside' another program while it executes -- or what another program was doing at the moment it crashed. GDB is a shell-based debugger. If you prefer a graphical interface, you might want to use the emacs-gdb-mode, xxgdb or ddd.
gdb-doc4.18DAdditional documentation for gdb in html and texinfo format with a reference card and the complete gdb Changelog.
gettext0.10.35RDThis is the GNU gettext package. It is interesting for authors or maintainers of other packages or programs which they want to see internationalized. As one step the handling of messages in different languages should be implemented. For this task GNU gettext provides the needed tools and library functions.
ghostscript5.10MRBDHGhostScript is a PostScript interpreter. It can render both PostScript and PDF compliant files to devices which include an X window, many printer formats (including support for color printers), and popular graphics file formats.
ghostscript-doc5.10RBDHDocumentation about GNU GhostScript and its provided tools for beginners, advanced users and developers.
ghostscript-fonts5.10MRBDHThese fonts are used by the GhostScript interpreter during text rendering and are contributed by: URW++ Design and Development Incorporated Poppenbuetteler Bogen 29A D-22399 Hamburg
giftrans1.12.2RHThe tool giftrans converts any GIF file into a GIF89a format. It allows for setting the transparent or background color, changing colors, adding or removing comments. There's also code to analyze GIF contents.
gimp1.1.13RBDHThe GIMP is the GNU Image Manipulation Program. It is used to edit and manipulate images. It can load and save a variety of image formats and can be used to convert between formats. Gimp can also be used as a paint program. It features a set of drawing and painting tools such as airbrush, clone, pencil, and paint brush. Painting and drawing tools can be applied to an image with a variety of paint modes. It also offers an extensive array of selection tools like rectangle, ellipse, fuzzy select, bezier select, intelligent scissors, and select by color. Gimp offers a variety of plugins that perform a variety of image manipulations. Examples include bumpmap, edge detect, gaussian blur, and many others. In addition, Gimp has several scripting extension which allow for advanced non-interactive processing and creation of images.
gimp-data1.0.0RBDHBrushes, gradients, palletes, pattern for the GNU (or General?) Image Manipulation Program
gimp-devel1.1.13Header files to develope a plug-in for the gimp.
gimp-devel-static1.1.13Static libraries to develope plug-ins for the gimp.
glib1.2.6MRBDHGlib is a handy library of utility functions. This C library is designed to solve some portability problems and provide other useful functionality which most programs require. Glib is used by GDK, GTK+ and many applications. You should install Glib because many of your applications will depend on this library.
glib-devel1.2.6DStatic libraries and header files for the support library for the GIMP's X libraries, which are available as public libraries. GLIB includes generally useful data structures.
glib-devel-static1.2.6Static library version of GLIB. Wherever you can use the dynamic version. This is just here for completeness.
glibc2.1.2MRBDHContains the standard libraries that are used by multiple programs on the system. In order to save disk space and memory, as well as to ease upgrades, common system code is kept in one place and shared between programs. This package contains the most important sets of shared libraries, the standard C library and the standard math library. Without these, a Linux system will not function.
glibc-devel2.1.2RDTo develop programs which use the standard C libraries (which nearly all programs do), the system needs to have these standard header files and object files available for creating the executables.
glibc-devel-static2.1.2DWhile most programs are distributed dynamically linked, and therefore need access to the standard shared libraries, some developers prefer to ship programs statically linked, which includes all of the standard library code in the executable. While this results in significantly larger programs and increases their memory usage, it does increase the portability of programs between Linux systems.
glibc-localedata2.1.2MRBDHLocale data for the internationalization features of the GNU libc.
gnuchess4.0.pl80RHGnuchess is an updated version of the GNU chess playing program. It has a simple alpha-numeric board display, an IBM PC compatible interface, or it can be compiled for use with the chesstool program on a SUN workstation or with the xboard program under X-windows.
gnupg1.0.1MRBDHGnupg, the GNU privacy guard, is a highly secure public key encryption program intended to replace by Phillip Zimmermann.
gnuplot3.7RDGnuplot was originally intended as graphical program which would allow scientists and students to visualize mathematical functions and data. Gnuplot supports many different types of terminals, plotters, and printers (including many color devices, and pseudo-devices like LaTeX) and is easily extensible to include new devices. Gnuplot handles both curves (2 dimensions) and surfaces (3 dimensions). Surfaces can be plotted as a mesh fitting the specified function, floating in the 3-d coordinate space, or as a contour plot on the x-y plane. For 2-d plots, there are also many plot styles, including lines, points, lines with points, error bars, and impulses (crude bar graphs). Graphs may be labeled with arbitrary labels and arrows, axes labels, a title, date and time, and a key.
gperf2.7.1Dgperf reads a set of `keys' from keyfile and attempts to find a non-minimal perfect hashing function that recognizes a member of the key set in constant, i.e., O(1), time. If such a function is found the program generates a pair of C source code routines that perform the hashing and table lookup.
gphoto0.4.2HgPhoto is part of the GNU project; it is an universal, free GTK+ application and library framework that lets you download images from several different digital camera models or from the local harddrive. It will also automatically generate HTML albums suitable for web pages.
gpm1.17.8MRBDHThe gpm (general purpose mouse) daemon tries to be a useful mouse server for applications running on the Linux console. Its roots are in the "selection" package, by Andrew Haylett, and the original code comes from selection itself. This package is intended as a replacement for "selection", to provide additional facilities.
gpm-devel1.17.8DDynamic development libraries and header files for GPM mouse support.
gpm-devel-static1.17.8The static GPM mouse support library.
grep2.4MRBDHThe GNU family of grep utilities may be the "fastest grep in the west". GNU grep is based on a fast lazy-state deterministic matcher (about twice as fast as stock Unix egrep) hybridized with a Boyer-Moore-Gosper search for a fixed string that eliminates impossible text from being considered by the full regexp matcher without necessarily having to look at every character. The result is typically many times faster than Unix grep or egrep. (Regular expressions containing backreferencing will run more slowly, however.)
groff1.15MRBDHGNU groff text formatting package
groff-dvi1.15RDGNU groff formatter for DVI
groff-gxditview1.15RGNU groff X previewer
groff-lj41.15GNU groff formatter for Laserjet 4
groff-misc1.15RDGNU groff miscelleanous tools
groff-ps1.15RDGNU groff formatter for Postscript
grub0.5.94MRBDHGRUB is intended to provide important bootloader features that are missing from typical personal computer BIOSes, such as providing fully-featured command line and graphical interfaces, recognizing fdisk partitions and BSD disklabels, dynamically reading Linux ext2fs, BSD ufs, and MS-DOS FAT filesystems, plus hardcoded blocklists.
gtk+1.2.6RBDHThe X libraries originally written for the GIMP, which are now used by several other programs as well.
gtk+-devel1.2.6DHeader files for the GIMP's X libraries, which are available as public libraries. GLIB includes generally useful data structures, GDK is a drawing toolkit which provides a thin layer over Xlib to help automate things like dealing with different color depths, and GTK is a widget set for creating user interfaces.
gtk+-devel-static1.2.6Static library version of the GIMP Toolkit and GIMP Drawing Kit the GIMP's X libraries, which are available as public libraries. GLIB includes generally useful data
gtk+-perl0.6123RBDHgtk+-perl allows you to write graphical interfaces using perl and gtk.
gv3.5.8RBDHgv is a much enhanced version of ghostview, an X11 ghostscript frontend
gv-doc-html3.5.8RHTML-documentation for gv
gzip1.2.4aMRBDHThis package contains GNU gzip and a number of utilites to handle and read gzipped files.
hdparm3.5RDHShell utility to access/tune ioctl features of the linux hard disk and (E)IDE drivers for kernel 1.3.61+. Primary use is for enabling irq-unmasking and IDE multiplemode.
howto20000216RDHLinux HOWTOs in various languages and formats. The files are all compressed, because otherwise they would occupy too much space on your harddisk. Files with names ending in .tgz and .tar.gz can be unpacked with tar xzvf Files with names ending with .gz (not .tar.gz) can be unpacked with gunzip
howto-de-ascii20000216HGerman Linux HOWTOs as ASCII text. This plain text sub-package may be more up to date than the other format sub-packages.
howto-de-html20000216RBDHGerman Linux HOWTOs in HTML format. HTML is generally the most useful format. It can be viewed with the text-only console browser "lynx" if necessary.
howto-en-ascii20000216HEnglish Linux HOWTOs - ASCII Text. This plain text sub-package may be more up to date than the other format sub-packages.
howto-en-html20000216RBDHEnglish Linux HOWTOs in HTML format. HTML is generally the most useful format. It can be viewed with the text-only console browser "lynx" if necessary.
howto-es-ascii20000216HSpanish Linux HOWTOs - ASCII Text. This plain text sub-package may be more up to date than the other format sub-packages.
howto-es-html20000216HSpanish Linux HOWTOs in HTML format. HTML is generally the most useful format. It can be viewed with the text-only console browser "lynx" if necessary.
howto-fr-ascii20000216HFrench Linux HOWTOs - ASCII Text. This plain text sub-package may be more up to date than the other format sub-packages.
howto-fr-html20000216HFrench Linux HOWTOs in HTML format. HTML is generally the most useful format. It can be viewed with the text-only console browser "lynx" if necessary.
howto-it-ascii20000216HItalian Linux HOWTOs - ASCII Text. This plain text sub-package may be more up to date than the other format sub-packages.
howto-it-html20000216HItalian Linux HOWTOs in HTML format. HTML is generally the most useful format. It can be viewed with the text-only console browser "lynx" if necessary.
howto-ja-ascii20000216Japanese Linux HOWTOs - ASCII Text. This plain text sub-package may be more up to date than the other format sub-packages.
howto-ja-html20000216Japanese Linux HOWTOs in HTML format HTML is generally the most useful format.
howto-ko-ascii20000216Korean Linux HOWTOs - ASCII Text. This plain text sub-package may be more up to date than the other format sub-packages.
howto-ko-html20000216Korean Linux HOWTOs in HTML format HTML is generally the most useful format.
howto-zh-big520000216Chinese Linux HOWTOs in Chinese BIG5 character code. This plain text sub-package may be more up to date than the other format sub-packages.
howto-zh-big5-html20000216Chinese Linux HOWTOs in HTML format and the BIG5 character code. HTML is generally the most useful format.
howto-zh-gb20000216Chinese Linux HOWTOs in Chinese GB character codes. This plain text sub-package may be more up to date than the other format sub-packages.
howto-zh-gb-html20000216Chinese Linux HOWTOs in HTML format and the GB character code. HTML is generally the most useful format.
hwprobe20000214MRBDHThis package contains a tool and a kernel module that allows automatic detection of PCI and ISAPNP devices and generates /etc/modules.conf and /etc/modules/default depending on it and the hardware present. Authors: Torsten Duwe (ISAPNP module and hwprobe script) Marcus Meissner (collecting of ids)
iBCS2.1The Intel Binary Compatibility Specification, or iBCS, specifies the interfaces between application programs and the surrounding operating system environment for i386 based systems. The iBCS emulator for Linux supports all flavours known so far and some extensions. With the iBCS module loaded you can run most programs com­ piled for Intel based Unices other than Linux. This is completely transparent. All you do is run the program as normal.
iBCS-extras2.1Shared libraries for SysV4 including libc_s. protlib_s is a simple minded stand in for /shlib/protlib_s found on SCO systems. On a SCO system this library implements the security subsystems licensed from SecureWare. This stand in only provides the most basic functionality and lies about the rest of the security extensions. libnsl_s is a simple minded stand in for /shlib/libnsl_s found on SCO/SVR3 systems. This library is responsible for providing the user level API for the XTI/TLI networking. The stand in provides sufficient functionality to handle UDP (e.g. DNS look ups) and outgoing TCP connections. Some SysV4 programs may required these libraries to be installed.
iBCS-module2.1_2.2.14The Intel Binary Compatibility Specification kernel module for kernel version 2.2.14
ifhp3.3.10RBDifhp is a highly versatile print filter for BSD based print spoolers. It can be configured to handle text, PostScript, PJL, PCL, and raster printers, supports conversion from one format to another, and can be used as a stand-alone print utility. It is the primary supported print filter for the LPRng print spooler.
ImageMagick5.1.0RBDHImageMagick is an X11 package for display and interactive manipulation of images. The package includes tools for image conversion, annotation, compositing, animation, and creating montages. ImageMagick can read and write many of the more popular image formats (e.g. JPEG, TIFF, PNG, PNM, XPM, Photo CD, etc.).
ImageMagick-devel5.1.0DThis is the ImageMagick development package. It includes the static libraries and header files for use in developing your own applications that make use of the ImageMagick code and/or APIs.
ImageMagick-devel5.1.0DThis is the ImageMagick development package. It includes the static libraries and header files for use in developing your own applications that make use of the ImageMagick code and/or APIs.
imap4.7RDImapd and ipop2d/ipop3d are network servers which provide remote mailbox access using the IMAP and POP2/POP3 protocols, respectively. Imapd has also been extended to support the Multiporpuse Internet Mail Extensions (MIME).
imap-devel4.7DLibraries, header files and documentation for developing IMAP client programs.
imlib1.9.8RBDHImlib is an advanced replacement library for libraries like libXpm that provides many more features with much greater flexability and speed. The imlib_config program allows you to control the way imlib uses color and handles gamma correction/etc.
imlib-devel1.9.8DHeaders, static libraries and documentation for Imlib.
indent2.2.4RDThis is the GNU C indenting program. It changes the appearance of a C program by inserting or deleting whitespace.
info4.0MRBDH"Info" is a program which is used to view Info files on an ASCII terminal. "Info files" are the result of processing Texinfo files with the program `makeinfo' or with one of the Emacs commands, such as `M-x texinfo-format-buffer'. Texinfo itself is a documentation system that uses a single source file to produce both on-line information and printed output. You can typeset and print the files that you read in Info.
inn2.2.2InterNetNews (abbreviated INN) is pronounced as the three letters, 'eye' 'en' 'en'. It is a Usenet transport and expiration system for larger systems where NNTP is used for most Usenet traffic.
ipchains1.3.9MRBDHThis package contains the tools required to configure TCP/IP packet filtering. Packet filtering is frequently used to protect your machine from hostile network traffic (e.g. when connected to the Internet).
ipx1.0MRBDHUtilites, init scripts, man pages and configuration files for IPX (Internetwork Packet eXchange - a Novell-centric datagram protocol).
ipxripd0.7RBThe IPX RIP/SAP daemon ipxd is invoked at boot time to manage the kernel IPX routing tables. It distributes and receives routing updates via RIP and SAP.
irc-BX1.0c14HBX is a popular ANSI color ircII client by panasync. It incorporates various features that would normally require a script. It's interface is more colorful and cleaner than ircII. For reasons of political correctness we didn't use the original package name.
irda-utils0.9.9MRTools required for the IrDA protocol/interfaces. Author:
isapnptools1.18MRBDHThe ISA PnP utilities allow ISA Plug-And-Play devices to be configured on a Linux machine. They are suitable for all systems, whether or not they include a PnP BIOS. In fact, a PnP BIOS adds some complications because it may already activate some cards so that the drivers can find them, and these tools can unconfigure them, or change their settings causing all sorts of nasty effects.
isdn4k-utils3.1beta6preRHisdn4k-utils is a collection of various ISDN related utilities. This package contains configuration tools for all ISDN adapters, supported by Linux. Furthermore, several status-monitors are provided as well as some ISDN-based applications. Namely ipppd, a PPP daemon for synchronous PPP over ISDN; vbox, an answering-machine and (for use with AVM-B1 only) capifax, a faxmachine.
iso-entities0.1DThe ISO standardization organization has normalized a set of characters symbolic names ("character entities") used by SGML documents of many types. There are character entities for latin languages, math symbols, greek, cyrillic, etc.
isp0.5MRBDHThis package contains the probing utilities and the PPP dialer for kppp2.
isp-devel0.5DThis package contains the library and header files for writing utilities that make use of ppp-envoy or modem-envoy.
ispell3.1.20RBHThis is the GNU interactive spelling checker. You can run it on text files and it will interactively spell check. This means it will tell you about words it doesn't know, and will suggest alternatives when it can.
jade1.2.1DJade is a collection of utilities to parse, check and convert SGML documents (for example docbook ones). It includes backends to the following formats : RTF, TeX, MIF, XML FOT, and other SGML document types, including HTML. The exact output is controlled by DSSSL style sheets.
jadetex2.5DJadeTeX contains the additional LaTeX macros necessary for taking Jade TeX output files and processing them as LaTeX files, to obtain DVI, Postscript or PDF files for example.
jdk1.2.2RBDHThe Java 2 SDK is a development environment for building applications, applets, and components that can be deployed on the Java platform. The Java 2 SDK software includes tools useful for developing and testing programs written in the Java programming language and running on the Java platform. These tools are designed to be used from the command line. Except for appletviewer, these tools do not provide a graphical user interface.
jikes1.06DJikes is a compiler that translates Java source files as defined in The Java Language Specification into the bytecoded instruction set and binary format defined in The Java Virtual Machine Specification.
jpeg-utils6bThis is a collection of small command line tools that can convert JPEG from and into BMP, TGA, and PPM and to manipulate JPEG images for example to insert text comments into them
kautorun0.2MRBDH KAutoRun is a little KDE panel application that watches your CD drive. Once a audio, data or mixed mode CD is inserted, it starts to play, shows the files or asks what to do. KAutoRun can also execute scripts on the CD. Of course, everything is configurable :)
kbd0.99MRBDHThis package contains utilities to load console fonts and keyboard maps. It also includes a number of different fonts and keyboard maps.
kdbg1.0.1DKDbg is a graphical user interface to gdb, the GNU debugger. It provides an intuitive interface for setting breakpoints, inspecting variables, and stepping through code.
kde-translated-docs1.1.2RBDHTranslated documentation for KDE 1.1.2. This documentation includes the following languages: French, German and Italian.
kdeapps1.1.2MRBDHThis package contains additional kdelnk files, icons and mimetypes for applications that are not part of the KDE project.
kdebase1.1.2MRBDHCore applications for the K Desktop Environment. Included with this package are: kaudio: audio server, kcontrol: configuration tool, kdehelp: viewer for kde help files, info amd man pages, kdm: replacement for xdm, kfind: find tool, kfm: filemanager, web browser, ftp client, kfontmanager: font selector, kmenuedit: tool to add applications to the panel, kpanel: file starter and desktop pager, kscreensaver: serveral screen savers, konsole: xterm replacement, kwm: kde window manager, kappfinder: non-kde application finder and kikbd: international keyboard manager
kdebase-opengl1.1.2RBDHAdditional screensavers that require OpenGL.
kdegames1.1.2RHA collection of recreational favourites for the K Desktop Environment. Included with this package are: kabalone: a strategy game, kasteroids: arcade game, kmahjongg: the popular mahjongg game, kmines: mine sweeper, kpat: several card games, including solitaire, kpoker: video poker game, kreversi: the Reversi game, ksame: board game, kshisen: Shisen-Sho - a game related to mahjongg, ksnake: snake race and ktetris: the well-known tetris game.
kdegraphics1.1.2MRBDHA Collection of graphic applications for the K Desktop Environment. Included with this package are: kdvi: displays TeX's device independent (.dvi) files, kfax: displays fax files, kfract: a fractal generator, kghostview: displays postscript (.ps) files, kpaint: a simple drawing programi and kview: displays numerous graphic file formats.
kdelibdocs1.1DThis package contains the KDE library documenatation reference in html as generated by kdoc.
kdelibs1.1.2MRBDHThese are the basic libraries for the K Desktop Environment that are required by KDE applications. Included with this package are: jscript: KDE javascript library kdecore: KDE core library kdeui: KDE user interface library kfmlib: KDE file manager library khtmlw: KDE HTML widget mediatool: KDE mediatool library
kdelibs-devel1.1.2DAll header files and development libraries for the K Deskop Environment.
kdelibs-doc1.1.2DThe documentation for the KDE libraries.
kdemultimedia1.1.2RBDHA collection of multimedia applications for the K Desktop Environment. Included with this package are: kmedia: media player tool, kmid: midi/karaoke player, kmidi: midi-to-wav player/converter, kmix: mixer tool and kscd: CD audio player.
kdenetwork1.1.2RBDHA Collection of network applications for the K Desktop Environment. Included with this package are: kmail: mail reader, knu: network utilities, ksirc: irc client, korn: mailbox monitor tool, krn: news reader.
kdestart1.2MRBDHReplacement for startx and xinitrc to start KDE in a convenient way. You have to use the 'kde' command instead of 'startx' to start KDE. Also contains a programm to greet the user at the very first startup.
kdesupport1.1.2MRBDHSupport Libraries for the K Desktop Environment. Included with this package are: giflib30: library routine for working with GIF images, mimelib: libraries for working with messages in the MIME format.
kdesupport-devel1.1.2DHeader files and development support libraries for the K Desktop Environment.
kdesupport-devel-static1.1.2Static support libraries for the K Desktop Environment.
kdethemes2.0.0RBDHAdditional sound themes for KDE.
kdetoys1.1.2RHA collection of little tools and toys for the K Desktop Environment. Included are: kmoon moon phase indicator kodo mouse speedometer kworldwatch a world wide watch
kdeutils1.1.2MRBDHA Collection of utilities for the K Desktop Environment. Included with this package are: karm: personal time tracker, kcalc: scientific calculator, kedit: simple text editor, kfloppy: floppy formatting tool, khexedit: hex editor, kjots: note taker, kljettool: HP printer configuration tool, knotes: post-it notes for the desktop and kzip: archive handling tool.
kdevelop1.0DKDevelop is an easy to use IDE (Intergrated Development Enviroment) for Unix/X11, targeting on C++ application development. It is specialized on the Qt and KDE libraries.
kdevelop-c_c++_ref0.1DKDevelop is an easy to use IDE (Intergrated Development Enviroment) for KDE/Unix/X11. At the moment there are only unstable alpha-versions. This package provides a C (v1.08) and C++ (0.1) reference from within kdevelop, as written by Martin Leslie. The original files have been rearranged to meet our needs.
kdialog0.1KDialog is a graphical replacement for the dialog utility. KDialog can display various dialog types, like textboxes or question dialogs.
kdoc2.0a22DKDOC is a C++ and IDL interface documentation tool, initially written for the specific purpose of generating documentation for the KDE libraries. KDOC extracts specially formatted documentation and information about your classes from the class' header or IDL files, and generates cross-referenced HTML, LaTeX or Man pages from it. KDOC allows groups of classes to be formed into "libraries" and documentation from separate libraries can be very easily cross-referenced.
killustrator0.7.1RBH KIllustrator is a cool vector graphics program for KDE.
kisdn1.1.0RH kISDN is an ISDN monitoring and configuring tool that allows observation of the traffic on 2 channels and configuration of the ISDN interfaces ipppx in a convenient way (frontend to the isdn4linux package), containing a provider database for easy account setup and several other features. The registered version also offers a complete easy-to-use and highly configurable telephone and answering machine. Notice: configure accounts and isdn adapters with kcmkisdn, and use kisdn for dialout and telephony. Security notice: kisdn is installed suid root by default!
klicq0.612HKLicq is a patched version of Licq with support for the KDE desktop. Features include docked icon tray, and being KDE aware.
klyx0.9.9RBDHKLyX is a modern approach of writing documents with a computer which breaks with the tradition of the obsolete typewriter concept. It is designed for people who want a professional output with a minimum of time effort, without becoming specialists in typesetting. Compared to common word processors KLyX will increase the productivity a lot, since most of the type-setting is done by the computer, not the author. With KLyX the author can concentrate on the contents of his writing, since the computer will take care of the look.
korganizer1.1.2RBDHKOrganizer is a personal information manager. You can use KOrganizer as a simple calendar, but it is also possible to exchange calendar information with your workgroup.
kpackage1.3.10MRBDHKpackage is a GUI interface to the RPM and the Debian package manager. It is used for displaying currently installed packages, uninstalling them and installing new ones. Access to remote sites is supported as well. Kpackage is part of the K Desktop Environment and, as a result, it is designed to integrate with the KDE file manager.
kpilot3.1b9RBDHKPilot is software for syncing the 3Com Palm Pilot and IBM Workpad (UNTESTED!) with a machine running some flavor of unix. It's communication part is based on pilot-link 0.8.7 and a correctly set /dev/pilot link is expected. %Description(de) KPilot ist ein Programm um den 3Com Palm Pilot und das IBM Workpad (ungetestet) mit einem Unix-Rechner zu synchronisieren. Die Kommunikation zwischen Palm Pilot und PC basiert auf pilot-link 0.8.7 und erwartet einen korrekt gesetzten /dev/pilot Link.
kquery0.9MRDHThis package is an interface for searching for installed packages and manpages.
krabber0.4.3aHKrabber is a frontend tool for working with MP3 files. It is able to convert between MP3 and other formats including many features. For full functionality, it requires other supporting applications which encode/decode mp3's, as well as cd-burning applications (such as 'cdrecord').
ksaferppp0.5MRDHThis package contains a replacement for the popular kppp. At the current stage, it is missing a number of feature users of kppp may have grown accustomed to. However, it should be considerably more secure.
ktb1.02aRTb is an interactive directory-tree viewer, although it can be used as a file manager too. The algorithm used compacts the tree in the vertical direction, and the user has the opportunity to modify the layout in the horizontal direction. Another feature is to dump the tree as a Postript file. Note that it requires the Xview library.
ktranslator0.5.0KTranslator is a simple KDE 1.1.x application that helps KDE translators in their hard work. Features of Ktranslator include; MsgStr search in old compiled catalogues, Auto scroll to untranslated or fuzzy messages, CVS po/pot files manager (you need a CVS/kde-i18n copy on your HD) with file stats, Auto Header Search in [lang].messages file.
ktzset2.1MRBDHThis program is intended to set the kernel time zone at boot time. The kernel reads the battery backed-up clock during startup quite precisely on its own, only the time zone information is missing, until ktzset is executed. This is a much better solution than invoking "/sbin/hwclock -s" on each boot.
larabie-fonts1.0A set of free TrueType fonts provided by Ray Larabie.
ld.so1.9.11MRBDHThe Linux dynamic loader provides the very basic routines to access dynamic ELF libraries for any dynamically linked program. dynamic linking section 3 man pages describe the libdl functionality and syntax.
ldp20000216RDHLinux Documentation Project
ldp-en-ascii20000216HLinux Documentation Project in English plain text.
ldp-en-html20000216RDHLinux Documentation Project in HTML formatted English. The Installation and Getting Guide, Network Administrator's Guide, Programmer's Guide, and System Administrator's Guide are unpacked and viewable imediately.
ldp-en-ps20000216HLinux Documentation Project in PostScript formatted English.
ldp-es-ascii20000216HLinux Documentation Project in Spanish plain text.
ldp-es-ps20000216HLinux Documentation Project in PostScript formatted Spanish.
ldp-fr-ps20000216HLinux Documentation Project in PostScript formatted French.
ldp-it-html20000216HLinux Documentation Project in HTML formatted Italian.
ldp-it-ps20000216HLinux Documentation Project in PostScript formatted Italian.
less346MRBDHLess - a text file viewer that can be configured for any environment. - Less is sometimes more -
lesstif0.89.9RBDHLessTif is a LGPL'd implemention of the OSF/Motif standard GUI toolkit for X11 on unix. LessTif aims to be source compatible with Motif 1.2. At this point, most of the 1.2 API is working and in place, and many Motif apps compile and run out of the box with LessTif. The LessTif Core team is interested in hearing about Motif 1.2 applications which don't work with LessTif.
lesstif-devel0.89.9DThis contains the files necessary to compile code which links with LessTif. The libraries included herein will allow such code to link dynamically.
lesstif-devel-static0.89.9This contains the files necessary to compile code which links with LessTif. The libraries included herein will allow such code to link dynamically.
lha1.14fRHlha creates and expands archives in lharc format.
libc51.0RBDHThis package provides backward compatibility for binaries compiled under libc5. You only need this package when using such binaries. This might be the case for various commercial applications which are not yet available for COL's glibc 2.1.
libident-devel0.22DIdentd is a server which implements the TCP/IP IDENT user identification protocol as specified in the RFC 1413 document. If you make a connection to a service on another machine, that server can retrieve your user name by contacting the identd daemon running on your machine. This package contains the necessary header files and a static library to facilitate creation of programs that make use of the identd.
libjpeg6bMRBDHThe libjpeg package contains a library of functions for manipulating JPEG images, as well as simple client programs for accessing the libjpeg functions. Libjpeg client programs include cjpeg, djpeg, jpegtran, rdjpgcom and wrjpgcom. Cjpeg compresses an image file into JPEG format. Djpeg decompresses a JPEG file into a regular image file. Jpegtran can perform various useful transformations on JPEG files. Rdjpgcom displays any text comments included in a JPEG file. Wrjpgcom inserts text comments into a JPEG file.
libjpeg-devel6bDThe libjpeg-devel package includes the header files and static libraries necessary for developing programs which will manipulate JPEG files using the libjpeg library. If you are going to develop programs which will manipulate JPEG images, you should install libjpeg-devel. You'll also need to have the libjpeg package installed.
libjpeg-devel-static6bIf you are going to link programs staticly that require libjpeg, you'll need this package
libmikmod3.1.7RBDHMikMod is a sound library (libmikmod) that is able to play the IT, XM, S3M, MTM, 669, STM, ULT, FAR, MED, AMF, DSM, IMF, GDM, STX and of course MOD module formats.
libmikmod-devel3.1.7DContains the files needed to build a program using libmikmod
libpam0.72MRBDHPAM (Pluggable Authentication Modules) is a powerful, flexible, extensible authentication system which allows the system administrator to configure authentication services individually for every pam-compliant application without recompiling any of the applications.
libpam-devel0.72DThis is the package containing the development libaries and header files for writing programs that access the PAM system. It may be necessary to build some other packages as well.
libpng1.0.5MRBDHThe libpng package contains a library of functions for creating and manipulating PNG (Portable Network Graphics) image format files. PNG is a bit-mapped graphics format similar to the GIF format. PNG was created to replace the GIF format, since GIF uses a patented data compression algorithm. Libpng should be installed if you need to manipulate PNG format image files.
libpng-devel1.0.5DThe libpng-devel package contains the header files and static libraries necessary for developing programs using the PNG (Portable Network Graphics) library. If you want to develop programs which will manipulate PNG image format files, you should install libpng-devel. You'll also need to install the libpng package.
libpng-devel-static1.0.5DThis package is necessary to build staticly linked versions of PNG manuplating programs
libpwdb0.54MRBDHlibpwdb is meant to provide a standardized interface for programs needing more than a single authentication scheme (for example login which needs to know about standard unix, shadow and / or eventually RADIUS...)
libpwdb-devel0.54DThis is the package containing the development libaries and header files for writing programs that access the password database system. It may be necessary to build some other packages as well.
libpwdb-devel-static0.54This is the package containing the static libaries for the rare(?) case of statically linking programs to the password database system.
libstdc++2.9.0MRBDHRun-time library for programs linked dynamically against libstdc++. You will almost certainly need this to run any C++ programs.
libstdc++-compat2.8.0MRBDHRun-time library for programs linked dynamically against libstdc++. You will almost certainly need this to run any C++ programs.
libtiff3.5.4MRBDHThe libtiff package contains a library of functions for manipulating TIFF (Tagged Image File Format) image format files. TIFF is a widely used file format for bitmapped images. TIFF files usually end in the .tif extension and they are often quite large. The libtiff package should be installed if you need to manipulate TIFF format image files.
libtiff-devel3.5.4DThis package contains the header files and static libraries for developing programs which will manipulate TIFF format image files using the libtiff library. If you need to develop programs which will manipulate TIFF format image files, you should install this package. You'll also need to install the libtiff package.
libtiff-devel-static3.5.4You'll need this package if you want to build a static program linked to libtiff
libtool1.3.3DLibtool hides the complexity of generating special library types (such as shared libraries) behind a consistent interface. To use libtool, add the new generic library building commands to your Makefile,, or See the documentation for details. Libtool supports building static libraries on all platforms.
libz1.1.3MRBDHthe un-/compression library libz
libz-devel1.1.3Dstatic version and header files for zlib
libz-devel-static1.1.3Dstatic version of zlib library
lilo0.21MRBDH'LILO', the boot loader for Linux and other operating systems from Werner Almesberger. A graphical second stage boot loader has been added by Caldera (Deutschland) GmbH.
lilo-doc0.21RExtensive documentation to LILO, especially QuickInst, INCOMPAT, and README (the user's guide in text-mode).
lilo-doc-dvi0.21DVI (DeVice Independent) versions of user's guide and technical overview documents.
lilo-doc-ps0.21PostScript versions of user's guide and technical overview documents.
linux-kernel-binary2.2.14MRBDHLinux kernel images and loadable modules
linux-kernel-doc2.2.14RDLinux kernel documentation
linux-kernel-include2.2.14RDLinux kernel include files (required for C programming)
linux-source-alpha2.2.14Linux kernel sources for alpha axp architecture
linux-source-arm2.2.14Linux kernel sources for arm architecture
linux-source-common2.2.14DLinux kernel sources (architecture independent common sources)
linux-source-i3862.2.14DLinux kernel sources for intel i386 architecture
linux-source-m68k2.2.14Linux kernel sources for motorola m68k architecture
linux-source-mips2.2.14Linux kernel sources for mips architecture
linux-source-ppc2.2.14Linux kernel sources for power pc architecture
linux-source-sparc2.2.14Linux kernel sources for sparc architecture
linux-source-sparc642.2.14Linux kernel sources for sparc64 architecture
lisa4.1MRBDHlisa - Caldera OpenLinux Installation and System Administration utility
lizardx20000223MRBDHLizard Administration tools.
logrotate3.3MRBDHLogrotate is designed to ease administration of systems that generate large numbers of log files. It allows automatic rotation, compression, removal, and mailing of log files. Each log file may be handled daily, weekly, monthly, or when it grows too large.
LPRng3.5.3MRBDHThe LPRng software is an enhanced, extended, and portable implementation of the Berkeley LPR print spooler functionality. While providing the same interface and meeting RFC1179 requirements, the implementation is completely new and provides support for the following features: lightweight (no databases needed) lpr, lpc, and lprm programs; dynamic redirection of print queues; automatic job holding; highly verbose diagnostics; multiple printers serving a single queue; client programs do not need to run SUID root; greatly enhanced security checks; and a greatly improved permission and authorization mechanism. Attention: Interoperability with older LPD implementations requires privileged access to ports. Therefore all affected client-programs ship with SUID root priviledges!
LPRng-doc3.5.3RDHExtensive documentation material including among others all READMEs, RFC-1179, an introduction, a installation and test guide, and a tutorial.
LPRng-doc-ps3.5.3Contains some of the documents of LPRng-doc preformatted in PostScript.
LPRng-lpd3.5.3MRBDHThe lpd program is the printer server program of the LPRng software suite. This software is an enhanced and modified version of the Berkeley LPD software. It is accompanied by it's man page and startup/configuration files.
lrzsz0.12.18RLrz/Lsz is a cosmetically modified zmodem/ymodem/xmodem package built from the public-domain version of Chuck Forsberg's rzsz package. It uses the ZMODEM, YMODEM or XMODEM error correcting protocol to send one or more files over a dial-in serial port to a variety of programs running under PC-DOS, CP/M, Unix, VMS, and other operating systems.
LSM19990629RDHThe Linux Software Map (LSM) is a roadmap of information about each of the software packages available via FTP for the Linux operating system. It is meant to be a public information resource.
lsof4.45RDHLsof lists information about files corrently opened by any process on the system, including the process, user and group id.
lynx2.8.2RBDHLynx is a fully-featured World Wide Web (WWW) client for text displays such as virtual consoles and terminals. It will display Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) documents containing links to files on the local system, as well as files on remote systems running http, gopher, ftp, wais, nntp, finger, or cso/ph/qi servers, and services accessible via logins to telnet, tn3270 or rlogin accounts. Lynx can be used to access information on the WWW, or to build information systems intended primarily for local access. For example, Lynx has been used to build several Campus Wide Information Systems (CWIS). In addition, Lynx can be used to build systems isolated within a single LAN.
m41.4RDThis is the GNU Macro processing language. It is useful for writing text files that can be parsed logically. Many programs use it as part of their build process.
macutils2.0b3RBThis is a set of utilities for manipulating files from the Macintosh. Popular utilities like macunpack, hexbin, and binhex are included. %Description(de) Dies ist eine Reihe von Dienstprogramme zum Bearbeiten von Macintosh-Dateien. Enthalten sind u.a.: macunpack, hexbin und binhex. %Description(fr) C'est un ensemble d'utilitaires pour manipuler des fichiers provenant de Macintosh. Des utilitaires populaires comme macunpack, hexbin, et binhex sont inclus. %Description(tr) Bu pakette Macintosh dosyalarının işlenmesinde kullanılabilecek araçlar yer almaktadır. Paket macunpack, hexbin ve binhex gibi yaygın olarak kullanılan programları içermektedir.
mailcap1.0MRBDHThis package contains the /etc/mailcap files that is used by several mail user programs to find out which program to use when displaying various MIME components of a mail message, such as audio files or images.
mailx8.1.1MRBDHmailx is a simple program from sending and receiving mail. It is installed as /bin/mail, which is invoked by a couple of applications (such as cron) when they need to send messages to the user, or the administrator.
majordomo1.94.5RMajordomo is a perl-based mailing list manager. It can handle automated subscription, moderated lists, closed lists, etc.
make3.78.1RDHThe purpose of the make utility is to determine automatically which pieces of a large program need to be recompiled, and issue the commands to recompile them. This is the GNU implementation of make, which was written by Richard Stallman and Roland McGrath. You can use make with any programming language whose compiler can be run with a shell command. In fact, make is not limited to programs. You can use it to describe any task where some files must be updated automatically from others whenever those change.
man1.5gMRBDHThis package contains the standard Unix manual pager 'man'. It formats and displays the online manual pages. This version knows about the MANPATH and (MAN)PAGER environment variables, so you can have your own set(s) of personal man pages and choose whatever program you like to display the formatted pages. Setting your $LANG variable allows you to browse the localized man page versions, if these are installed on your system.
man-pages1.28MRBDHA large collection of over 800 man pages covering programming APIs, file formats, protocols, etc. Section 1 = user commands Section 2 = system calls Section 3 = libc calls Section 4 = devices (e.g., hd, sd) Section 5 = file formats and protocols (e.g., wtmp, /etc/passwd, nfs) Section 6 = games Section 7 = conventions, macro packages, etc. (e.g., nroff, ascii) Section 8 = system administration Section n = new manual pages
man-pages-cs0.12HThis package contains Linux man pages translated into Czech. Not all man pages have been translated, so you will probably also need the standard English man pages.
man-pages-de0.2RDHThis package contains Linux man pages translated into German. Not all man pages have been translated, so you will probably also need the standard English man pages.
man-pages-es0.8aHThis package contains Linux man pages translated into Spanish. Not all man pages have been translated, so you will probably also need the standard English man pages.
man-pages-fr0.7HThis package contains Linux man pages translated into French. Not all man pages have been translated, so you will probably also need the standard English man pages.
man-pages-it0.3.0HThis package contains Linux man pages translated into Italian. Not all man pages have been translated, so you will probably also need the standard English man pages.
man-pages-ja0.4HThis package contains Linux man pages translated into Japanese. Not all man pages have been translated, so you will probably also need the standard English man pages.
mawk1.3.3DMawk is an interpreter for the AWK Programming Language. The AWK language is useful for manipulation of data files, text retrieval and processing, and for prototyping and experimenting with algorithms.
mesa3.0RBDHMesa is a 3-D graphics library with an API identical to that of SGI's OpenGL(TM), but it is not "officially" certified. It can be recompiled to make use of 3Dfx hardware acceleration.
mesa-devel3.0DMesa 3D graphics library header files
mesa-devel-static3.0Mesa 3D graphics static libraries
mesa-examples3.0DMesa 3D graphics examples
mgetty1.1.21_Jul2RSmart getty replacement for data, fax and voice modems
mico2.3.0DMICO is Corba MICO is a free ORB implementation, compliant to the CORBA specification 2.2. MICO contains the ORB, and a great number of additional Corba Services (COSS) like nameing, trading, events.
mico-devel2.3.0DAdditional files needed for programm development with MICO.
mico-devel-static2.3.0Additional static libraries for MICO development.
mico-examples2.3.0DExamples for programming with MICO.
midi-instruments1.0RBDHDigitized instruments for use with timidity, kmidi, SoftOSS, a Gravis Ultrasound (if you have one), and the like.
mikmod1.6aHMikMod is a sound library (libmikmod), as well as a module player originally written by Jean-Paul Mikkers (MikMak). It is able to play the IT, XM, S3M, MTM, 669, STM, ULT, FAR, MED, AMF, DSM, IMF, GDM, STX and of course MOD formats. Authors: Jean-Paul MikMak Steve McIntyre Jake Stine Peter Amstutz Miodrag Vallat
mimetypes1.0MRBDHThis package provides the file /usr/share/misc/mime.types required by a number of mail programs. The file is used to map various mime types to file extensions and vice versa.
minicom1.83.0Minicom is a serial communication program. It is a Unix clone of the well-known MSDOS Telix program. It has ANSI color, dialing directory,dial-a-list, script language etc. Author: Miquel van Smoorenburg Jukka Lahtinen
mkisofs1.12RDHmkisofs is effectively a pre-mastering program to generate an ISO9660 filesystem - it takes a snapshot of a given directory tree, and creates a binary image which will correspond to an ISO9660 filesystem when written to a block device. Supported ISO9660 extensions are "RockRidge" (long names and permissions on UNIX), "El Torito" (bootable CD), and "Joliet".
mktemp1.4MRBDHmktemp is a small utility that interfaces to the mktemp() function call to allow shell scripts and other programs to use files in /tmp safely.
mm1.0.12DThe MM library is a 2-layer abstraction library which simplifies the usage of shared memory between forked (and this way strongly related) processes under Unix platforms. It was originally written for a proposed use inside next versions of the Apache webserver as a base library for providing shared memory pools to Apache modules. The requirement actually comes from comprehensive modules like mod_ssl, mod_perl and mod_php which benefit a lot from easy to use shared memory pools.
mm-devel1.0.12DThis package contains the development libraries and header files for developing with mm.
mm-devel-static1.0.12This package contains the mm static development libraries.
modutils2.1.121MRBDHThe Linux kernel allows new kernel pieces to be loaded and old ones to be unloaded while the kernel continues to run. These loadable piecs are called modules, and can include device drivers and filesystems among other things. This package includes program to load and unload programs both automatically and manually.
mod_auth_mysql2.20mod_auth_mysql, like other apache authentication modules, is used in order to protect pages with username/password. The unique thing is that the passwords and usernames is stored in a MySQL database for much quicker access. Also, unlike the previous implementation of the module, SQL links are kept alive in between hits to acheive even better performance. If you use this module, please consider registering at
mod_dav0.9.12_1.3.WebDAV stands for 'Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning'. It is a set of extensions to the HTTP protocol which allows users to collaboratively edit and manage files on remote web servers. DAV functionality includes creating, moving, copying, and deleting files and directories on a remote web server. Utilizing DAV requires both a DAV-aware client and server. mod_dav provides complete class 1 and 2 DAV services to DAV clients via the Apache webserver (1.3.4 or later). The number of DAV-aware clients is growing and includes the 'Web Folders' used in Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 and Office 2000.
mod_perl1.21Mod_perl incorporates a Perl interpreter into the Apache web server, so that the Apache web server can directly execute Perl code. Mod_perl links the Perl runtime library into the Apache web server and provides an object-oriented Perl interface for Apache's C language API. The end result is a quicker CGI script turnaround process, since no external Perl interpreter has to be started. Install mod_perl if you're installing the Apache web server and you'd like for it to directly incorporate a Perl interpreter.
mod_php33.0.14PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor Version 3.0 is an HTML-embedded scripting language. Much of its syntax is borrowed from C, Java and Perl with a couple of unique PHP-specific features thrown in. The goal of the language is to allow web developers to write dynamically generated pages quickly. This package contains the dynamically loadable PHP3 module for the popular Apache webserver.
mod_php3-doc3.0.14Comprehensive html documentation for the PHP3 language. This includes an online manual and function references.
mod_roaming1.0.1With mod_roaming you can use your Apache webserver as a Netscape Roaming Access server. This allows you to store your Netscape Communicator 4.5 preferences, bookmarks, address books, cookies etc. on the server so that you can use (and update) the same settings from any Netscape Communicator 4.5 that can access the server.
mpg1230.59qRHThe mpg123 MPEG (1.0/2.0) audio player with layer 1,2 and 3 support reads one or more files (or standard input if `-' is specified) and plays them on the audio device (default) or outputs them to stdout. In addition to reading MPEG audio streams from ordinary files and from the standard input, mpg123 supports retrieval of MPEG audio files via the HTTP protocol, Such files are specified using a URL, which starts with ``http://''. When a file with that prefix is encountered, mpg123 attempts to open an HTTP connection to the server in order to retrieve that file to decode and play it. MPEG audio decoding requires a good deal of CPU performance, especially layer-3. To decode it in realtime, you should have at least a Pentium processor. You can also use the -singlemix option to decode mono only, which reduces the CPU load somewhat for layer-3 streams.
mt-st0.4RThe mt program can be used to perform many operations on tapes, including rewind, eject, skipping files and blocks, changing blocksize etc.
mtabase1.0MRBDHThis package provides the basic infrastructure for the mail transport configuration on Caldera OpenLinux. Please read /usr/doc/mtabase-1.0/README.
mtools3.9.6MRBDHMtools is a public domain collection of tools to allow Unix systems to manipulate MS-DOS files: read, write, and move around files on an MS-DOS filesystem (typically a floppy disk). Where reasonable, each program attempts to emulate the MS-DOS equivalent command. However, unnecessary restrictions and oddities of DOS are not emulated. For instance, it is possible to move subdirectories from one subdirectory to another.
mtv1.1.0.7RHMpegTV Player (mtv) is a realtime software MPEG-1 Video+Audio Player and VCD Player. It supports full-screen mode, can play from file, pipe, network URL, or Video CD.
mutt1.0MRBDHMutt is a small but very powerful text based program for reading electronic mail under unix operating systems, including support for color terminals, MIME, and a threaded sorting mode. This RPM contains the international version of mutt, which supports mail encryption and digital signatures via PGP and GPG.
mysql3.22.32MySQL is a true multi-user, multi-threaded SQL (Structured Query Language) database server. SQL is the most popular database language in the world. MySQL is a client/server implementation that consists of a server daemon mysqld and many different client programs/libraries. The main goals of MySQL are speed, robustness and easy to use. MySQL was originally developed because we at Tcx needed a SQL server that could handle very big databases with magnitude higher speed than what any database vendor could offer to us. We have now been using MySQL since 1996 in a environment with more than 40 databases, 10,000 tables, of which more than 500 have more than 7 million rows. This is about 50G of mission critical data. The base upon which MySQL is built is a set of routines that have been used in a highly demanding production environment for many years. While MySQL is still in development, it already offers a rich and highly useful function set.
mysql-bench3.22.32This package contains MySQL benchmark scripts and data.
mysql-client3.22.32This package contains the standard MySQL clients.
mysql-devel3.22.32DThis package contains the development header files and libraries necessary to develop MySQL client applications.
nasm0.98DNASM is the Netwide Assembler, a free portable assembler for the Intel 80x86 microprocessor series, which uses the traditional Intel instruction mnemonics and syntax.
ncftp3.0beta21RDHThis package contains an FTP client that uses a curses-based interface by default.
ncompress4.2.4MRDHCompress is a fast, simple LZW file compressor. Compress does not have the highest compression rate, but it is one of the fastest programs to compress data. Compress is the defacto standard in the UNIX community for compressing files.
ncurses4.2MRBDHThe ncurses (new curses) library is a free software emulation of curses in System V Release 4.0, and more. It uses terminfo format, supports pads and color and multiple highlights and forms characters and function-key mapping, and has all the other SYSV-curses enhancements over BSD curses.
ncurses-devel4.2DThis is the package containing the development libaries and header files for creating programs that use the ncurses library.
ncurses-devel-static4.2This is the package containing the static libaries for the rare(?) case of statically linking programs to the ncurses libary.
ncurses-termcap-devel4.2DThis is the package containing the development libaries for creating programs that use the libtermcap-compatibilty portion of the ncurses library. This gives 'libtermcap' applications access to the 'terminfo'-capabilies database, thus obsoleting '/etc/termcap'.
ncurses-termcap-devel-static4.2This is the package containing the static libaries for the rare(?) case of statically linking programs to the libtermcap- compatibilty portion of the ncurses library.
nedit5.02NEdit is a GUI style plain-text editor for X/Motif systems. It is very easy to use, especially for those familiar with the Macintosh or MS Windows style of interface, combining full use of the mouse and window manager, with keystroke efficiency and a full complement of powerful editing commands.
net-tools1.53MRBDHThis is a collection of the basic tools necessary for setting up networking on a Linux machine. It includes ifconfig, route, netstat, rarp, and some other minor tools.
netatalk_asun1.4b2_2.1.3Netatalk is an implementation of the AppleTalk Protocol Suite. The current release contains support for EtherTalk Phase I and II, DDP, RTMP, NBP, ZIP, AEP, ATP, PAP, ASP, and AFP.
netkit-base0.16MRBDHThis package contains the inetd daemon that is used to start various network services. It also contains rpcinfo (used to list the RPC services registered on a given host), and rpcgen, a programming tool used to generated header files and stub procedures from an RPC service description.
netkit-ftp0.16MRBDHThe ftp program is a simple client for the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) used to retrieve files from (usually public) servers. This package also contains pftp (passive ftp), which is just like ftp, except that it can be used to connect through most firewalls.
netkit-ntalk0.16RBHTalk is a visual communication program which copies lines from your terminal to that of another user. Talkd, which is also included in this package, is the server program that acts as a relay between talk clients. The programs provided understand both the old TALK protocol and the new one (called NTALK).
netkit-rsh0.16MRDHThe BSD r* services provide remote access to other machines. rlogin can be used to establish an interactive shell session on the remote; rsh is used to execute shell commands remotely, and rcp copies files to or from a remote machine. This package also contains the corresponding servers.
netkit-rusers0.16RHThe rusers command produces output similar to who, but for remote hosts. It uses the rusers RPC service, for which a server is provided as well.
netkit-rwall0.16RHThe rwall command sends a message to the users logged into a remote host. The rpc.rwalld is a daemon program that provides this service to other hosts.
netkit-rwho0.16RHThe rwho command produces output similar to who, but for all machines on the local network. The rwhod program included in this package must run on your machine in order to regularly the rwho updates.
netkit-telnet0.16MRBDHThe telnet command is used for interactive communication with another host using the TELNET protocol. The difference between telnet and rlogin is that the telnet protocol translates terminal control sequences passed between your Linux machine and the remote machine (which could use a completely different set of control characters). This is useful when accessing e.g. an electronic library catalog via a tty interface.
netpbm19990520RDHNetpbm is a toolkit for conversion of images between a variety of different formats, as well as to allow a few basic image operations. NETPBM is a collection of tools which do the following: 1. Import - read images in popular formats and convert to one of the internal PBM formats. 2. Image processing - manipulate the image data to produce many effects including scaling, contrast and gamma adjustment, edge detection, etc. 3. Export - write images in popular formats for use with other software.
netpbm-devel19990520DLibraries and include files to do graphical programs based on NetPbm.
nfs2.2beta49MRDHThis package contains the showmount program that can be used to query an NFS server for the list of exported file systems.
nfs-server2.2beta49The NFS server daemons are needed when you wish to export directories on your machine to other hosts via the NFS protocol.
nis-client2.0MRBDThe Network Information Service (NIS) provides a simple network lookup service consisting of databases and processes. The NIS client package comes with programs needed to obtain information from a NIS server, like ypwhich, ypcat, ypmatch, yppasswd, ypchfn and ypchsh. To bind your system to a NIS server or to receive map information yppoll, ypset and ypbind are provided.
nis-server2.0The Network Information Service (NIS) provides a simple network lookup service consisting of databases and processes. The databases are gdbm files in a directory tree rooted at /var/nis. The ypserv daemon typically activated at system startup. ypserv runs only on NIS server machines with a complete NIS database. On other machines using the NIS services, you have to run ypbind as client or under Linux you could use the libc with NYS support. ypbind must run on every machine which has NIS client processes; ypserv may or may not be running on the same node, but must be running somewhere on the network. On startup or when receiving the signal SIGHUP, ypserv parses the file /usr/etc/ypserv.conf if it exists.
nls1.0RBNLS files used by Motif apps like Netscape. These are config files needed to run applications based on the Motif widget set under XFree86.
nss_ldap99The nss_ldap library is an LDAP module for the Name Service Switch (NNS).
nte1.7.0_19991RBHNTE is a shared text editor designed for use on the Mbone. It is not a word processor (it is not clear that word processing is a useful task to share) and it is not a whiteboard - if you want a whiteboard, wbd is a much better whiteboard.
ntop1.2a7ntop shows the current network usage. It displays a list of hosts that are currently using the network and reports information concerning the (IP and non-IP) traffic generated by each host.
nwclient+utils4.2.2RBNovell NetWare Client core functionality necessary for file and print access. This client supports NDS and Bindery authentication and access. This version includes full administration capabilities for session, bindery, NDS, and print functionality. This version is for glibc/2.2 filesystem application only.
nwclient+utils-ndsadmin4.2.2Support for management of Linux users through NDS. This includes a PAM module and sample configuration files
openldap1.2.7RBDLDAP servers and clients, as well as interfaces to other protocols. Note that this does not include the slapd interface to X.500 and therefore does not require the ISODE package.
openldap-devel1.2.7DHeader files and libraries for developing applications that use LDAP.
OpenLinux2.4MRBDHCaldera OpenLinux setup/doc files
OpenLinux-keys2.4MRBDHThis package contains the PGP keys used by Caldera to sign update packages and security advisories. For more information, see
pam-apps0.55MRBDHA collection of utilities demonstrating the use of libpam. The current binary package contains only the passwd program to enable users to change their password.
pam_ldap42pam_ldap is a pluggable authentication module for the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP). It includes support for changing LDAP passwords, compatibility with nss_ldap configuration files, Netscape Directory Server compatibility, access authorization on the host attribute of account objects and group membership, and use of crypted hashes.
patch2.5.4RDPatch takes a patch file containing a difference listing produced by the diff program and applies those differences to one or more original files, producing patched versions.
pciutils2.1.4MRBDHThis package contains various utilities (e.g. lspci, setpci) for inspecting and setting of devices connected to the PCI bus. It requires kernel version 2.1.85 or newer (supporting the /proc/bus/pci interface).
pcmcia-cs3.1.8MRBDHPCMCIA card services - everything needed for PCMCIA card support.
pdksh5.2.14RPD-ksh is a mostly complete AT&T ksh look-alike (see NOTES file for a list of things not supported). The few missing ksh features are being added and the shell is being POSIXized (can be enabled by setting POSIXLY_CORRECT).
perl5.005_03MRBDHPERL, Practical Extraction and Report Language, Larry Wall's interpreted script language.
perl-cgi2.56MRDHThis perl library uses perl5 objects to make it easy to create Web fill-out forms and parse their contents. This package defines CGI objects, entities that contain the values of the current query string and other state variables. Using a CGI object's methods, you can examine keywords and parameters passed to your script, and create forms whose initial values are taken from the current query (thereby preserving state information).
pidentd3.0.7RIdentd is a server which implements the TCP/IP IDENT user identification protocol as specified in the RFC 1413 document. If you make a connection to a service on another machine, that server can retrieve your user name by contacting the identd daemon running on your machine.
pilot-link0.9.3RDHPilot-link allows backup and restore of the US Robotics/3COM "PalmPilot" series PDAs as well as manipulating the databases of the builtin applications and the downloading of additional software.
pilot-link-devel0.9.3DHLibrary and header files that enable the user to write own Unix applications that communicate with the PalmPilot.
pixmap2.6p4RThe pixmap program is a tool for creating or editing rectangular images made up of colored pixels, i.e., pixmaps. Pixmaps are intensively used in X to define window backgrounds, icon images, etc.
pixmap-doc2.6p4Postscript documentation for X pixmap editor.
plan1.8.3RBHplan is a schedule planner based on X/Motif. It displays a month calendar similar to xcal, but every day box is large enough to show appointments in small print. By pressing on a day box, the appointments for that day can be listed and edited.
playmidi2.4RHPlaymidi is a full-featured midi file player for Linux systems or others using the Open Sound System driver. It can play back midi files on general midi devices or FM or Gravis Ultrasound. If no files are specified, playmidi will give a summary of all command line options.
plugger3.2RBDHTired of getting teased by Windows users because your Netscape isn't as |<()()|_ as theirs? Well, your problems are almost solved. Plugger is a multimedia plugin for Unix Netscape 3.0 or later that handles Quicktime, MPEG, MP2, AVI, SGI-movie, Tiff, DL, IFF-anim, MIDI, Soundtracker, AU, WAV and Commodore 64 audio files. And now, with Plugger 3.0, MPEG audio and video can be played streaming. No more waiting! Plugger is a very small plugin, because plugger uses external programs to show/play the different formats.
PluginSDK3.0b5 The Netscape Navigator LiveConnect/Plug-in API allows third parties to extend Netscape Navigator with native support for new data types and additional features. Plug-ins appear as additional capabilities of the Netscape client, indistinguishable to the user from the baseline features. LiveConnect allows plug-ins to be controlled by Java and JavaScript.
popt1.3RDPopt is a C library for parsing command line parameters. Popt was heavily influenced by the getopt() and getopt_long() functions, but it improves on them by allowing more powerful argument expansion. Popt can parse arbitrary argv[] style arrays and automatically set variables based on command line arguments. Popt allows command line arguments to be aliased via configuration files and includes utility functions for parsing arbitrary strings into argv[] arrays using shell-like rules. Install popt if you're a C programmer and you'd like to use its capabilities.
portmap5betaMRBDHPortmap is a server that converts RPC program numbers into DARPA protocol port numbers. It must be running in order to make RPC calls. When an RPC server is started, it will tell portmap what port number it is listening to, and what RPC program numbers it is prepared to serve. When a client wishes to make an RPC call to a given program number, it will first contact portmap on the server machine to determine the port number where RPC packets should be sent.
povray3.02POVray produces raytraced images from scene files.
ppp2.3.8MRDHThis is the daemon for the PPP protocol for Linux. It also includes the chat utility program. This version is designed to work with the 2.2.0 version of the linux kernel driver. This release will work properly with all kernels greater than 2.0.0.
ppp-devel2.3.8DThis are the header stubs for the PPP protocol for Linux.
procmail3.14MRBDHProcmail is a mail delivery agent that can be used to process all incoming mail, for instance sort it into different folders, filter out unwanted messages, selectively forward certain messages, send automated replies, etc.
procps2.0.6MRBDHThe procps package containes various process monitoring utilities like ps, free, skill, snice, tload, top, uptime, vmstat and w. psupdate has been removed since is now directly used and thus /etc/psdatabase no longer needed as well. XConsole is no longer part of the package and has been replaced by a wrapper script that now call xconsole instead.
psmisc18MRBDHThis package contains four little utilities that use available information from the proc filesystem. 'fuser' identifies processes using files or sockets (similar to Sun's or SGI's fuser). 'killall' kills processes by name, e.g. killall -HUP named. 'pidof' is like killall, but lists PIDs instead of killing processes. 'pstree' shows the currently running processes as a tree. All utilities should work with most recent kernels. Man pages are included.
psutils1.17RBDHThis archive contains some utilities for manipulating PostScript documents. Page selection and rearrangement are supported, including arrangement into signatures for booklet printing, and page merging for n-up printing.
python1.5.2MRBDHPython is an interpreted, object orientated scripting language. It contains support for dynamic loading of objects, classes, modules, and exceptions. Adding interfaces to new system libraries through C code is straight forward, making Python easy to use in custom settings. This Python package includes most of the standard Python modules.
python-devel1.5.2DThe Python interpreter is relatively easy to extend with dynamically loaded extensions and to embed in other programs. This packages contains the header files and libraries which are needed to do both of these tasks.
python-doc1.5.2DThis package contains documentation on the Python language and interpreter as a mix of plain ASCII files and LaTeX sources.
python-eclass1.2MRBDHThis package provides a framework for easily wrapping C++ classes into python classes.
python-tk1.5.2DThis sub-package to Python includes the necessary modules for interfacing to the Tk widget set.
qt1.44MRBDHContains the shared library needed to run Qt applications, as well as the README files for Qt. See for more information regarding Qt.
qt-devel1.44DContains the files necessary to develop applications using Qt: header files, the Qt meta object compiler and man pages.
qt-doc-html1.44DExcellent documentation of the class-hierachy and the tutorial.
qt-examples1.44DContains the code for several programs that demonstrate the abilities of Qt.
qt-opengl1.44DThis package contains the OpenGL extension for Qt.
qt-qimgio1.44MRBDHThis package contains the Qt image extension for Qt.
qt-tutorial1.44DContains the sources for the step-by-step introduction into Qt.
qt22.0.2MRBDHContains the shared library needed to run Qt applications, as well as the README files for Qt. See for more information regarding Qt.
qt2-devel2.0.2DContains the files necessary to develop applications using Qt: header files, the Qt meta object compiler and man pages.
qt2-devel-static2.0.2Contains the files necessary to develop applications that are linked staticly to the Qt library
qt2-doc-html2.0.2DExcellent documentation of the class-hierachy and the tutorial.
qt2-examples2.0.2DContains the code for several programs that demonstrate the abilities of Qt.
qt2-opengl2.0.2DThis package contains the OpenGL extension for Qt.
qt2-qimgio2.0.2MRBHThis package contains the Qt image extension for Qt.
qt2-tutorial2.0.2DContains the sources for the step-by-step introduction into Qt.
rat4.1.3_19991RBHThe Robust Audio Tool, RAT, is a network audio tool that allows users to particpate in conferences over the internet. These can be between two participants directly (unicast) or between a group of participants on a common multicast address.
rcs5.7RDThe Revision Control System RCS, manages multiple revisions of files. RCS can store, retrieve, log, identify, and merge revisions. It is useful for files that are revised frequently, e.g. programs, documentation, graphics, and papers.
rdate960923Rdate utilizes the TCP/IP "time" service to get a server's system time and maybe adjusts the local system time to that value. The timestamp exchanged is only precise to 1 second and transmission delays are not accounted for, so NTP should be used where possible.
readline4.0MRBDHThe "readline" library will read a line from the terminal and return it, allowing the user to edit the line with the standard emacs editing keys. It allows the programmer to give the user an easier-to-use and more intuitive interface.
readline-devel4.0DThis is the package containing the development libaries and header files for creating programs that use the readline capabilities. It may be necessary to build some other packages as well.
readline-devel-static4.0This is the package containing the static libaries for the rare(?) case of statically linking programs to the readline libary.
recode3.5RDGNU `recode' converts files between character sets and usages. When exact transliterations are not possible, it may get rid of the offending characters or fall back on approximations. This program recognizes or produces nearly 150 different character sets and is able to transliterate files between almost any pair. Most RFC 1345 character sets are supported.
rh-compat2.4MRBDHA collection of compatibility tools, files and symlinks to make vendors of commercial applications happy. Those are often build on RH-6.0 or later which has a really strange naming sceme for some libraries.
rhmask1.0Rrhmask is intended to allow the distribution of files as masks against other files. This lets new versions of software be freely distributed on public internet servers but limits their usefulness to those who already have a copy of the package. It uses a simple XOR scheme for creating the file mask and uses file size and md5 sums to ensure the integrity of the result.
rpm3.0.3MRBDHRPM is a powerful package manager, which can be used to build, install, query, verify, update, and uninstall individual software packages. A package consists of an archive of files, and package information, including name, version, and description.
rpm-devel3.0.3DThe RPM packaging system includes a C library that makes it easy to manipulate RPM packages and databases. It is intended to ease the creation of graphical package managers and other tools that need intimate knowledge of RPM packages.
rstatd3.03RDThe rstatd server returns performance statistics obtained from the kernel on the host machine. It is used for example by the perfmeter frontend 'perf' and comes with two clients 'rup' and 'rsysinfo'. librpcsvc.a gets dynamically updated, when installing or deinstalling this package.
rstatd-devel3.03DThis packages contains header and object files needed to build applications, that take advantage of rstatd.
rsync2.3.1RDrsync uses the "rsync algorithm" which provides a very fast method for bringing remote files into sync. It does this by sending just the differences in the files across the link, without requiring that both sets of files are present at one of the ends of the link beforehand. At first glance this may seem impossible because the calculation of diffs between two files normally requires local access to both files. A technical report describing the rsync algorithm is included with this package.
rvplayer5.0RBDHThe Ultimate Entertainment Center which plays all RealAudio and RealVideo on the Internet
samba2.0.6RBSamba provides an SMB server which can be used to provide network services to SMB (sometimes called "Lan Manager") clients, including various versions of MS Windows, OS/2, and other Linux machines. Samba also provides some SMB clients, which complement the built-in SMB filesystem in Linux. Samba uses NetBIOS over TCP/IP (NetBT) protocols and does NOT need NetBEUI (Microsoft Raw NetBIOS frame) protocol. Samba-2 features an almost working NT Domain Control capability and includes the new SWAT (Samba Web Administration Tool) that allows samba's smb.conf file to be remotely managed using your favourite web browser. For the time being this may be enabled on TCP port 901 via inetd. Please refer to the WHATSNEW.txt document for fixup information. This binary release includes encrypted password support. Please read the smb.conf file and ENCRYPTION.txt in the docs directory for implementation details. NOTE: Caldera OpenLinux uses PAM which has integrated support for Shadow passwords. Do NOT recompile with the SHADOW_PWD option enabled. Caldera OpenLinux has(?) built-in support for quotas in PAM.
sane1.0.1RBHSANE (Scanner Access Now Easy) is a sane and simple interface to both local and networked scanners and other image acquisition devices like digital still and video cameras. SANE currently includes modules for accessing: Scanners: Agfa SnapScan Apple Artec Canon CoolScan Epson HP Microtek Mustek Nikon Siemens Tamarack UMAX Others: Connectix QuickCams and other SANE devices via network. For the latest information on SANE, the SANE standard definition, and mailing list access, see This package does not enable network scanning by default; if you wish to enable it, read the saned(1) manpage.
sane-devel1.0.1Static libraries and header files for writing SANE modules.
screen3.9.5RDHScreen is a full-screen window manager that multiplexes a physical terminal between several processes (typically interactive shells). Each virtual terminal provides the functions of a DEC VT100 terminal and, in addition, several control functions from the ANSI X3.64 (ISO 6429) and ISO 2022 standards (e.g. insert/delete line and support for multiple character sets). There is a scrollback history buffer for each virtual terminal and a copy-and-paste mechanism that allows moving text regions between windows. Sessions may be detached and resumed later, even on a different terminal.
sdr2.9_1999122RBHSDR is a session directory tool designed to allow the advertisement and joining of multicast conferences on the Mbone. It was originally modelled on sd written by Van Jacobson at LBNL, but implements a later version of the session description protocol than sd does.
sed3.02MRBDHThe stream editor sed is used for scripted data transformations, such as transforming a data stream within a pipeline. It copies the named files (standard input default) to the standard output, edited according to a script of commands.
sendmail8.9.3MRBDHSendmail sends a mail message to one or more recipients, routing the message over whatever networks are necessary. In the default configuration for Caldera OpenLinux, it supports email over SMTP and UUCP. It can be configured to deliver all mail directly, or via a local or Internet mail hub.
sendmail-cf8.9.3RSendmail's main configuration file is rather crytpic and not for the faint of heart. Newer sendmail releases (including this one) support a configuration scheme that uses m4 to generate from a meta-file and a set of include files. This package contains all the support files required for this.
sendmail-doc8.9.3This package contains documentation on running and configuring sendmail.
setserial2.15MRBDHSetserial is a program designed to set and/or report the configuration information associated with a serial port. This information includes what I/O port and IRQ a particular serial port is using, and whether or not the break key should be interpreted as the Secure Attention Key, and so on.
setup2.0MRBDHThis package contains a number of very important configuration and setup files, including the services, rpc, and profile files, etc.
sgml-tools1.0.9DSGML-Tools is a SGML-based text formatter which allows you to produce a variety of output formats. You can create PostScript and dvi (with LaTeX), plain text (with groff), HTML, and texinfo files from a single SGML LinuxDoc source file.
sh-utils1.16MRBDHThe GNU shell utilities provide many of the basic common commands used (among other things) for shell programming, hence the name. Nearly all shell scripts use at least one of these programs.
shadow-misc1.1R This package includes the programs necessary to convert standard V7 UNIX password files to the SVR4 shadow password format and additional tools to work with shadow passwords: - 'pwconv' converts the password file to the shadow password format. - 'pwunconv' converts back to non-shadow passwords. - 'grpconv' converts the group file to the shadow group format. - 'grpunconv' converts back to non-shadow groups. - 'pwck' checks the integrity of the password and shadow files. - 'lastlog' prints out the last login times of all users. - 'usermod' to manage user accounts. - 'groupmod' to manage groups.
sharutils4.2.1RDHThis is the set of GNU shar utilities. `shar' makes so-called shell archives out of many files, preparing them for transmission by electronic mail services. `unshar' helps unpacking shell archives after reception. `uuencode' prepares a file for transmission over an electronic channel which ignores or otherwise mangles the eight bit (high order bit) of bytes. `uudecode' does the converse transformation. `remsync' allows for remote synchronization of directory trees, using electronic mail.
slang1.3.7RBDHSlang (pronounced ``sssslang'') is a powerful stack based interpreter that supports a C-like syntax. It has been designed from the beginning to be easily embedded into a program to make it extensible. Slang also provides a way to quickly develop and debug the application embedding it in a safe and efficient manner. Since slang resembles C, it is easy to recode slang procedures in C if the need arises.
slang-devel1.3.7DThis package contains the slang static libraries and header files required to develop slang-based applications. It also includes documentation to help you write slang-based apps.
slang-devel-static1.3.7The static libraries for development with slang.
sliplogin2.1.2RHLogin program for SLIP
smbfs2.0.6RBSmbmount and smbumount are an interface to the SMB filesystem. Smbfs is a filesystem which understands the SMB protocol. This is the protocol Windows for Workgroups, Windows NT or Lan Manager use to talk to each other. It was inspired by samba, the program by Andrew Tridgell that turns any unix site into a file server for DOS or Windows clients. See for this interesting program suite and lots of more information on SMB and NetBIOS over TCP/IP. There you also find explanation for conceps like NetBIOS name or share.
sox12.16RHSox translates sound samples between different file formats, and performs various sound effects. This release understands "raw" files in various binary formats, raw textual data, Microsoft Windows .WAV files, MAUD files, Sound Blaster .VOC files, IRCAM SoundFile files, SUN Sparcstation .au files, mutant DEC .au files, Apple/SGI AIFF files, CD-R (music CD format), Macintosh HCOM files, Sounder files, NeXT .snd files, SUN ADPCM (compressed) .au files, Soundtool (DOS) files, and Psion (palmtop) A-law files. The sound effects include changing the sample rate, adding echo delay lines, applying low-, high, and band-pass filtering, examining sample loops and grabbing the looped parts, xlating between stereo and monophonic channels nicely, reversing a sample in order to search for Satanic messages, adding masking noise to avoid buzzing voices, and the infamous Fender Vibro effect.
sox-devel12.16libst Sound Tools sound sample file and effects libraries. Sound_Tools is a library of sound sample file format readers/writers and sound effects processors. Sound Tools includes skeleton C files to assist you in writing new formats and effects. The full skeleton driver, skel.c, helps you write drivers for a new format which has data structures. The simple skeleton drivers help you write a new driver for raw (headerless) formats, or for formats which just have a simple header followed by raw data.
strace4.1RDH'strace' is a useful diagnositic, instructional, and debugging tool. System adminstrators, diagnosticians and trouble-shooters will find it invaluable for solving problems with programs for which the source is not readily available since they do not need to be recompiled in order to trace them. Students, hackers and the overly-curious will find that a great deal can be learned about a system and its system calls by tracing even ordinary programs. And programmers will find that since system calls and signals are events that happen at the user/kernel interface, a close examination of this boundary is very useful for bug isolation, sanity checking and attempting to capture race conditions.
svgalib1.4.0RDHSVGAlib is a library which allows applications to use full screen graphics on a variety of hardware platforms. Many games and utilities are available which take advantage of SVGAlib for graphics access, as it is more suitable for machines with little memory than the X Window System.
svgalib-devel1.4.0DThese are the libraries and header files that are needed to build programs which use SVGAlib. SVGAlib allows programs to use full screen graphics on a variety of hardware platforms and without the overhead of X11.
svgalib-devel-static1.4.0These are the static SVGA libraries that are needed to build statically linked programs if your system cannot provide the shared SVGA libraries.
swat2.0.6swat allows a Samba administrator to configure the complex smb.conf file via a Web browser. In addition, a swat configuration page has help links to all the configurable options in the smb.conf file allowing an administrator to easily look up the effects of any change.
sysklogd1.3.31MRBDHThe sysklogd package implements two system log daemons. The syslogd daemon is the general system logging daemon which is responsible for handling requests for syslog services. The klogd daemon runs either standalone or as a client of syslogd. Klogd 'listens' to kernel log messages, prioritizes them and routes them to either output files or to syslogd.
syslinux1.45SYSLINUX is a boot loader for the Linux operating system which operates off an MS-DOS/Windows FAT filesystem. It is intended to simplify first-time installation of Linux, and for creation of rescue- and other special-purpose boot disks.
SysVinit2.76.3MRBDHSystem V compatible 'init' program. The parent of all processes... Its primary role is to create processes from a script stored in the file '/etc/inittab' (see inittab(5)). This file usually has entries which cause 'init' to spawn 'getty's on each line that users can log in. It also controls autonomous processes required by any particular system. Also contained are equally vital programs closely related to 'init', like 'shutdown(8)' or 'sulogin(8)' and others needed mostly by 'SysVinit-scripts' (the vital configuration part to this package).
SysVinit-scripts1.05MRBDHThis package contains the scripts use to boot a system, change run levels, and shut the system down cleanly. It also contains the scripts that activate and deactivate most network interfaces.
tar1.13MRBDHThe Tape Archiver (tar) is the preferred tool for UNIX archiving, that is wrapping up whole sets of file trees into a single file or tape (hence the name), eventually compressed. You can recognize those archives by their ".tar.gz", ".tar.Z" or ".tgz" suffix (extension). For (de-)compression gzip is required. The tar program provides the ability to create tar archives, as well as various other kinds of manipulation. For example, you can use tar on previously created archives to extract files, to store additional files, or to update or list files which were already stored. Initially, tar archives were used to store files conveniently on magnetic tape. The name `tar' comes from this use; it stands for tape archiver. Despite the utility's name, tar can direct its output to available devices, files, or other programs (using pipes). tar may even access remote devices or files (as archives).
tcl8.0.4RDHTCL is a simple scripting language that is designed to be embedded in other applications. This package includes tclsh, a simple example of a tcl application. TCL is very popular for writing small graphical applications because of the TK widget set which is closely tied to it.
tclX8.0.4RDTclX is a set of extensions to make it more suitable for common Unix programming tasks. It adds or enhances support for files, network access, debugging, math, lists, and message catalogs. It can be used with both tcl and tcl/tk applications.
tcpdump3.4RDTcpdump prints out the headers of packets received or transmitted on a network interface. An expression can be used to tell tcpdump what kind of packets should be shown. The primary use of this tool is in analyzing network performance, or network problems when it is not clear where something is going wrong.
tcp_wrappers7.6MRBDHThe tcpd program can be set up to monitor incoming requests for telnet, finger, ftp, exec, rsh, rlogin, tftp, talk, comsat and other services that have a one-to-one mapping onto executable files.
tcp_wrappers-devel7.6DDevelopment library and header files for the security wrapper. This includes documentation (man pages) and the static libwrap.
tcsh6.08.00MRBDHA version of the C shell (command-line interpreter with C-like syntax, "csh") with the TENEX-enhancements that make it very user-friendly. (Bash "filched" many features from it... ;)
tcsh-doc-html6.08.00Enhanced (TENEX) C shell's extensive manual pages transformed to HTML for more convenient access.
termcap10.2.7MRDHThe /etc/termcap file is a database defining the capabilities of various terminals and terminal emulators. Programs use /etc/termcap to gain access to various features of terminals such as the bell, color, and graphics.
teTeX1.0.6RBDHTeX typesetting system and MetaFont font formatter. TeX formats the interspersed text and commands contained in the named input files and outputs a typesetter independent file (called DVI, which is short for DeVice Independent).
teTeX-devel1.0.6Header Files and static kpathsea-library for development of TeX-related programs.
teTeX-doc1.0.6BDHVast information regarding TeX and LaTeX. The documentation covers LaTeX styles, metafont documentation, introductions to LaTeX and lots more.
texinfo4.0RDH"Texinfo" is a documentation system that uses a single source file to produce both on-line information and printed output. This means that instead of writing two different documents, one for the on-line help or other on-line information and the other for a typeset manual or other printed work, you need write only one document. When the work is revised, you need revise only one document. (You can read the on-line information, known as an "Info file", with an Info documentation-reading program.)
textutils2.0MRBDHThese are the GNU text file (actually, file contents) processing utilities. Most of these programs have significant advantages over their Unix counterparts, such as greater speed, additional options, and fewer arbitrary limits.
tgif4.1.25RHtgif - Xlib based interactive 2-D drawing facility under X11. Supports hierarchical construction of drawings and easy navigation between sets of drawings. It can also be used to launch applications. It's also a hyper-graphics (or hyper-structured-graphics) browser on the WWW.
tiff-utils3.5.4DThis package contains a couple of converting programs for TIFF images.
time1.7MRBDH`time' is a program that measures many of the CPU resources, such as time and memory, that other programs use. The GNU version can format the output in arbitrary ways by using a printf-style format string to include various resource measurements. Some systems do not provide much information about program resource use; `time' reports unavailable information as zero values.
timidity2.8.1RBHTiMidity is a MIDI to WAVE converter and player that uses Gravis Ultrasound(*)-compatible patch files to generate digital audio data from General MIDI files. The audio data can be played through any sound device or stored on disk. On a fast machine, music can be played in real time. TiMidity runs under Linux, FreeBSD, HP-UX, SunOS, and Win32, and porting to other systems with gcc should be easy. Original version of this program is written by Tuuka Tiovonen (he discontinued to develop it because of his busy work), and from Mr. Izumo and other people has begun to improve it, then this TiMidity++ is officially released. Current Maintainer: Masanao Izumo
tin1.4.1RHTin is a netnews (also referred to as Usenet or just the news) newsreader that provides a full screen easy to use text based interface with online help.
tix4.1.0.006RDHTix is a add on for the tk widget set which adds many complex widgets which are built from tk building blocks. The extra widgets include combo box, file selection, notebooks, paned windows, spin controls, and hierarchical list boxes.
tk8.0.4RDHTk is a X Windows widget set designed to work closely with the tcl scripting language. It allows you to write simple programs with full featured GUI's in only a little more time then it takes to write a text based interface. Tcl/Tk applications can also be run on Windows and Macintosh platforms.
traceroute1.4a5RDHTraceroute tracks the route packets take across a TCP/IP network. It utilizes the IP protocol `time to live' field and attempts to elicit an ICMP TIME_EXCEEDED response from each gateway along the path to some host.
transfig3.2.1RDTransfig creates a makefile to translate figures described in Fig code or PIC into a specified LaTeX graphics language. PIC files are identified by the suffix ".pic"; Fig files can be specified either with or without the suffix ".fig" . Transfig also creates a TeX macro file appropriate to the target language.
tvision1.0.8This is the shared library for programs using the RHTVision library. The RHTVision library gives an intuitive and user friendly TUI (Textual User Interface) for programs using this library and running in a console. This library is based on the Turbo Vision library made by Borland Corporation. That library was released by Borland under a Public Domain license. RHTVision is Borland's Turbo Vision library but with enhancements, some changes and a GPL license. If you would like to develop applications using the RHTVision library, you'll also need to install librhtv-devel.
tvision-devel1.0.8Libraries and include files you can use for developing applications using the RHTVision library. The RHTVision library gives an intuitive and user friendly TUI (Textual User Interface) for programs using this library and running in a console. This library is based on the Turbo Vision library made by Borland Corporation. That library was released by Borland under a Public Domain license. RHTVision is Borland's Turbo Vision library but with enhancements, some changes and a GPL license. You should install the librhtv-devel package only if you would like to develop applications using the RHTVision library or you would like to compile programs that use the RHTVision library.
tvision-devel-static1.0.8 This is the static version of the TurboVision library.
uemacs4.0.0RMicroEMACS is a tool for creating and changing documents, programs, and other text files. It is both relatively easy for the novice to use, but also very powerful in the hands of an expert. MicroEMACS can be extensively customized for the needs of the individual user.
umsdosfs0.9MRDHThese are the utilities for doing UMSDOS file system operations. You can use these programs to have long filenames, devices, and permissions on a DOS partition under Linux and still have those files available under DOS (with mangled filenames).
unarj2.43RBDHThis package contains unarj, a program that unpacks archives created with arj.
unzip5.40MRBDHUnZip is an extraction utility for archives compressed in .zip format (also called "zipfiles"). Although highly compatible both with PKWARE's PKZIP and PKUNZIP utilities for MS-DOS and with Info-ZIP's own Zip program, our primary objectives have been portability and non-MSDOS functionality.
utempter0.5MRBDHThe utempter helper program enables applications such as terminal programs for the X Window System to update the utmp file without having to be setuid root.
util-linux2.9sMRBDH'util-linux' contains a large variety of low-level system utilities necessary for a functional Linux system. This includes, among other things, configuration tools such as fdisk and system programs such as login.
uucp1.06.1RThis package provides all utilities and system programs needed to run a UUCP link. UUCP is the Unix-to-Unix Copy protocol that can be used to transfer e.g. news and mail over a point-to-point connection. It is frequently used as the buld transport between Unix sites connected by a dialup modem or ISDN connection.
uucp-doc1.06.1This package contains the UUCP Administration manual as a PostScript file.
vic2.8ucl_1999RBHVic is an experimental video conferencing tool that allows groups of users to transmit video to each other over an IP Multicast network (``vic'' is a contraction of VIdeo Conference). A host must be equipped with a camera and frame digitizer to send video, but no special hardware is required to receive and display it.
vim5.5MRBDHVIsual editor iMproved - the standard vi editor for Linux. This package is a version of vim without the X-Window libraries linked in, allowing you to run vim as a bare console application.
vim-help5.5RHAdditional macros, a tutorial and the online help for VIM. You will need to install this package if you want to be able to use VIM's extensive online help or macros.
vim-X115.5RDHThis package contains the X11 GUI version 'gvim' of vim. It runs as an own X11 application and provides a full GUI interface with mouse support.
vixie-cron3.0.1MRBDHCron is a standard UNIX program that runs user-specified programs at periodic scheduled times. Paul Vixie's cron daemon adds a number of features to the basic UNIX cron, including better security and more powerful configuration options.
wdiff0.5.2RD`wdiff' is a `word by word' front-end to GNU `diff'. It compares two files, finding which words have been deleted or added to the first in order to create the second. It has many output formats and interacts well with terminals and pagers (notably with `less'). `wdiff' is particularily useful when two texts differ only by a few words and paragraphs have been refilled.
webalizer1.30_04The Webalizer is a web server log file analysis program which produces usage statistics in HTML format for viewing with a browser. The results are presented in both columnar and graphical format, which facilitates interpretation. Yearly, monthly, daily and hourly usage statistics are presented, along with the ability to display usage by site, URL, referrer, user agent (browser) and country (user agent and referrer are only available if your web server produces combined log format files).
webcam0.6.2H W3cam is a simple CGI to retrieve images from a so called video4linux device. In other words this program will only run on Linux machines which support a video4linux-device. It contains a small program to grab a single frame from a video4linux device, which can be processed later by the pbm toolsuite. Author: Rasca
webmin0.78RBDHA web-based administration interface for Unix systems. Using Webmin you can configure DNS, Samba, NFS, local/remote filesystems and more using your web browser.
websrvbtr1.1.0This package contains the online version of the book ,,Jacob Schröder / Martin Müller: Webserver betreiben`` - dpunkt.verlag 1999, ISBN 3-932588-00-2. Note: This book is only available in German.
wget1.5.3RDHwget is a command-line program to fetch files via HTTP or FTP. It supports recursive retrieval and mirroring options, and it automatically retries several times before giving up, so it is well-suited to running from cron jobs.
which1.0MRBDHWhich takes a series of program names, and prints out the full pathname of the program that the shell would call to execute it. It does this by simulating the shells searching of the $PATH environment variable.
whois4.4BSDWhois looks up records in the Network Information Center (NIC) database. You can look up domains and IP networks by name or holder, and users using their NIC handles.
wine20000119RBDHWine is a program which allows running Microsoft Windows programs (including DOS, Windows 3.x and Win32 executables) on Unix. It consists of a program loader which loads and executes a Microsoft Windows binary, and a library that implements Windows API calls using their Unix or X11 equivalents. The library may also be used for porting Win32 code into native Unix executables. Wine is in ALPHA state, most programs still do not work correctly.
winecompat0.1 Author: Marcus Meissner The WINE project
wnn4.2Wnn is a server process {j,c,...}server which implements input methods for Japanese, simplified Chinese, traditional Chinese and Korean. It is used by the EGG input method in the Mule (XEmacs) editor which connects to it when required. The server accepts "readings" of the Asian characters and responds with a choice of symbols. The actual protocol is hidden in the libwnn.
words2RHThis package contains the english dictionary in /usr/dict. It is used by programs like ispell as a database of words to check for spelling and so forth.
wu-ftpd2.5.0RThis package contains the Washington University FTP daemon. It adds a lot of functionality over the standard FTP daemon provided in the linux-ftpd package. For instance, it is able to compress files or create tar archives of a directory on the fly, provides extensive access control based on the client host address, etc.
x32703.1.1.7Rx3270 opens a telnet connection to an IBM host in an X window. The window created by x3270 can use its own font for displaying characters, so it is a fairly accurate representation of an IBM 3278 or 3279. It is similar to tn3270(1) except that it is X-based, not curses-based.
xanim2.80.1RHXAnim is a program that can display animations of various formats on systems running X11. XAnim currently supports animation types like FLI, FLC, IFF, GIF89a with animation extensions, DL, Amiga MovieSetter, Utah Raster Toolkit RLE, AVI, Quicktime, JFIF, MPEG and audio files.
Xaw-3dlook1.5MRBDHA replacement for the original After installing this package applications which were linked against the original libXaw will get a three dimensinonal outlook without any need to recompile them.
Xaw3d1.5MRBDHThree-D Athena Widgets (Xaw3d) based on the R6.1 Athena Widget set which may be used as a general replacement for the Athena (Xaw) Widget set. In general, you may relink almost any Athena Widget based application with the Three-D Athena Widget set and obtain a three dimensional appearance on some of the widgets. On systems with shared libraries, you can usually replace your shared libXaw with libXaw3d and obtain the three dimensional appearance without even relinking. Top and bottom shadow colors, shadow width, top and bottom shadow contrast should be self explanatory, and may be set via the usual and customary methods, e.g. app-defaults, .Xdefaults, programmatically, with editres, etc. The user data resource may be used to "hang" application specific data on a widget, and is only settable programmatically.
Xaw3d-devel1.5DInclude files and symbolic link for developing programs that use Xaw3d.
Xaw3d-devel-static1.5LibXaw3d static normal and profiling development library.
xawtv3.04RHA collection tools for video4linux: * xawtv - X11 TV application * fbtv - console TV application * streamer - capture tool (images / movies) * v4lctl - command line tool to control v4l devices
Xbae4.7RBDHLibrary that supplies Motif widgets `XbaeMatrix' and `XbaeCaption' What the widgets do: -------------------- XbaeMatrix: XbaeMatrix is a Motif widget which presents an editable array of string data to the user in a scrollable table similar to a spreadsheet. The rows and columns of the Matrix may optionally be labeled. Also, a number of "fixed" rows or columns may be specified - these behave similarly to the labels. While XbaeMatrix looks and acts like a grid oF XmTextField widgets, it actually contains only one XmTextField. This means that XbaeMatrix widgets with hundreds or thousands of rows have much less overhead than they would if they used an XmTextField for each cell. XbaeMatrix has callbacks for doing field validation and customizing traversal. It allows cells to be assigned independent colors. It allows rows, columns and regions of cells to be selected or highlighted. The matrix can be dynamically grown or shrunk by adding and deleting rows and columns at any position. The widget has many resources to allow individual customisation and can be made to look and behave like an extended list widget with added functionality. Pixmaps (both colour xpm and standard bitmaps) can be displayed in individual cells with the callbacks available in the widget. XbaeCaption: XbaeCaption is a simple Motif manager widget used to associate an XmLabel (caption) with it's single child. The label may be either an XmString or Pixmap and can be displayed in any one of twelve positions around the perimeter of the child. XbaeCaption's geometry management technique is to simply "shrink wrap" it's child and display the caption alongside it. By using XbaeCaption with an XmFrame child, groups of related widgets can be labeled similarly to the IBM CUA "Group Box", but with more flexibility. XbaeCaption is also useful for associating labels with individual XmTextField widgets.
Xbae-devel4.7DHeader files and documentation to develope programs that use the XbaeMatrix Motif widget or the XbaeCaption Motif manager widget contained in the Xbae library
Xbae-devel-static4.7Static Xbae library to develope programs that use the XbaeMatrix Motif widget or the XbaeCaption Motif manager widget
xboard4.0.2RHXBoard is a graphical chessboard that can serve as a user interface to the GNU Chess and Crafty chess engines, the Internet Chess Servers, electronic mail correspondence chess, or your own collection of saved games.
xcdroast0.96exRHX-CD-Roast is a full X based CD-Writer-Program, and it is the successor of the cdwtools-0.93. It is a frontend for some CD related programs like cdwrite-2.1 and mkisofs-1.11. With some simple mouse-clicks you can copy or create your own CDs, without long study of any commandline-parameters. You can start xcdroast in paranoia mode as well (easy access via xcdroast_paranoia). It will then require you once to check a sample config file for cdparanoia before being able to use xcdroast in this mode. The advantage is, that in cdparanoia mode lot's of ATAPI and other CD drives are supported as an audio read device. Note, that for drives capable of reading/writing in higher speeds than offered in the menus you should leave the option set to 'default' to take advantage of the full speed.
xcolorsel1.1aRThis utility displays the contents of an rgb.txt file. A small example tile of each color is also shown. It is also possible to show the values in either resource definition or C-style.
xearth1.0RHXearth sets the X root window to an image of the Earth, as seen from your favorite vantage point in space, correctly shaded for the current position of the Sun. By default, xearth updates the displayed image every five minutes. The time between updates can be changed with the -wait option (see below); updates can be disabled completely by using the -once option (see below). Xearth can also render directly into PPM and GIF files instead of drawing in the root window.
xfig3.2.2RBHXfig is a menu-driven tool that allows the user to draw and manipulate objects interactively in an X window. The resulting pictures can be saved, printed on postscript printers or converted to a variety of other formats (e.g. to allow inclusion in LaTeX documents).
xfig-examples3.2.2RA collection of examples drawn with xfig.
xforms0.88MRBDHXForms is a GUI toolkit based on Xlib for X Window Systems. It features a rich set of objects, such as buttons, sliders, and menus etc. integrated into an easy and efficient object/event callback execution model that allows fast and easy construction of X applications. In addition, the library is extensible and new objects can easily be created and added to the library.
xforms-devel0.88DHeader files and libraries needed to develop applications for the XForms GUI toolkit together with 'fdesign', the forms library user interface designer.
xforms-devel-static0.88The static development library for the XForms GUI toolkit.
XFree863.3.6MRBDHXFree86 is a port of X11R6.3 that supports several Unix and Unix-like operating systems on Intel and other platforms. This release consists of new features and performance improvements as well as many bug fixes. The release is available as source patches against the X Consortium X11R6.1 code, as well as binary distributions for many architectures.
XFree86-3DLabs3.3.6The XFree86 3DLabs server supports the following 3DLabs chipsets: o GLINT 500TX with IBM RGB526 RAMDAC o GLINT MX with IBM RGB526 and IBM RGB640 RAMDAC o Permedia with IBM RGB526 RAMDAC o Permedia 2 (classic, 2a, 2v)
XFree86-addons3.3.6MRBDHA set of basic X11R6 programs like demos, utilities, converters and miscellanous programs together with their man pages. These are for example: x11perf, xmh, xwininfo, xprop, xlogo, xkill, oclock, bitmap, xon, xrefresh, ...
XFree86-AGX3.3.6XF86_AGX is an 8-bit PseudoColor and 16-bit TrueColor server for AGX/XGA graphic accelerator boards.
XFree86-config3.3.4MRBDHXFree86 Window System config files. This includes: /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc /etc/X11/xdm/* /etc/X11/fs/config /etc/X11/twm/system.twmrc /etc/X11/xsm/system.xsm /usr/X11R6/bin/startx; /etc/X11/defaultFontPath
XFree86-config-eg3.3.6Examples for various config files as shipped by XFree86
XFree86-contrib3.3.6MRBDHSome useful programs for X11R6 from the contrib tapes like the mailbox flag xbiff, the calculator xcalc, the manual browser xman and the message tool xmessage together with their man pages.
XFree86-devel3.3.6DEverything needed for X11R6 programming like X11 include files, X11 libraries (shared and static) together with all man pages.
XFree86-devel-prof3.3.6DX11R6 static profiling libraries (only useful for programmers) like libXaw_p.a, libXt_p.a, libX11_p.a, libXIE_p.a, libXmu_p.a
XFree86-devel-static3.3.6DX11R6 static libraries (only useful for programmers) like libXaw.a, libXt.a, libX11.a, libXIE.a, libXmu.a
XFree86-FBDev3.3.6The generic frame buffer X server XF86_FBDev is the most notable application program for the frame buffer device. The frame buffer device provides an abstraction for the graphics hardware. It represents the frame buffer of some video hardware and allows application soft- ware to access the graphics hardware through a well-defined interface, so the software doesn't need to know anything about the low-level (hardware register) stuff. The device is accessed through special device nodes, usually located in the /dev directory, i.e. /dev/fb*.
XFree86-fonts3.3.6MRBDHXFree86 Window System basic fonts
XFree86-fonts-100dpi3.3.6RBHX11R6 100dpi fonts - only need on server side
XFree86-fonts-75dpi3.3.6MRBDHX11R6 75dpi fonts - only need on server side
XFree86-fonts-cyrillic3.3.6X11R6 cyrillic fonts - only need on server side
XFree86-fonts-extra3.3.6X11R6 hebrew and asiatic fonts - only need on server side
XFree86-fonts-scale3.3.6MRBDHX11R6 scalable fonts - only need on server side
XFree86-fontserver3.3.6The xfs font server for X11R6 which supplies fonts to X Window System display servers.
XFree86-I1283.3.6XF86_I128 is an server for Number Nine Imagine 128 graphic accelerator boards. Note: this server currently does not use any of the accelerated features of this board.
XFree86-IBM85143.3.6XF86_8514 is an 8-bit PseudoColor server for 8514/A graphic accelerator boards.
XFree86-imake3.3.6RBDHThe imake programming tools for X11 including imake, xmkmf, makedepend, and others. Imake is used to generate Makefiles from a template, a set of cpp macro functions, and a per-directory input file called an Imakefile. This allows machine dependencies (such as compiler options, alternate command names, and special make rules) to be kept separate from the descriptions of the various items to be built.
XFree86-libs3.3.6MRBDHX11R6 runtime libraries, packaged separately to ease updating
XFree86-Mach323.3.6XF86_Mach32 is an 8-bit PseudoColor and 16-bit TrueColor server for ATI Mach32 graphic accelerator boards. Note, 16-bit operation is not supported on all Mach32 accelerator boards.
XFree86-Mach643.3.6XF86_Mach64 is an 8-bit PseudoColor, 16-bit TrueColor, and 32-bit TrueColor server for ATI Mach64 graphic accelerator boards. Note, 16-bit and 32-bit operation is not sup­ ported for all RAMDACs.
XFree86-Mach83.3.6XF86_Mach8 is an 8-bit PseudoColor server for ATI Mach8 graphic accelerator boards.
XFree86-misc3.3.6MRBDHXFree86 miscelleanous programs and their man pages. This includes ico, listres, fsshowfont, viewres, xditview, xedit, xev, xeyes, xfontsel and xgc.
XFree86-Mono3.3.6XF86_Mono is a 1-bit StaticGrey server for VGA and Super-VGA cards and for some other monochrome cards.
XFree86-P90003.3.6XF86_P9000 is an 8-bit PseudoColor, 16-bit TrueColor, and 32-bit TrueColor server for Weitek Power 9000 (P9000) graphic accelerator boards.
XFree86-programs3.3.6MRBDHSome utility programs for X11R6 such as the clock, the xconsole terminal program, and their man pages.
XFree86-S33.3.6XF86_S3 is an 8-bit PseudoColor, 16-bit TrueColor and 32-bit TrueColor server for S3 graphic accelerator boards. The current S3 Server supports the following S3 chipsets: 911, 924, 801/805, 928, 732 (Trio32), 764, 765, 775, 785 (Trio64*), 864, 868, 964, 968 and M65 (Aurora64V+). The S3 server will also recognise the 866, but it has not been tested with this chipset. If you have any problems or success with these, please report it to us. Nevertheless, this is not enough to support every board using one of these chipsets.
XFree86-S3V3.3.6The XF86_S3V server is a dedicated server which supports the S3 ViRGE (86C325), the ViRGE/DX (86C375), ViRGE/GX (86C385) and the ViRGE/VX (86C988) chips. The above ViRGE chipsets are also supported in the XF86_SVGA server, which includes a new ViRGE driver making use of the XAA acceleration architecture and also supports ViRGE/GX2 (86C357) and ViRGE/MX (86C260) chips now.
XFree86-server3.3.6MRBDHXFree86 Window System server configuration tools like SuperProbe, xf86config, scanpci and reconfig together with XF86Config sample files and XFree86 documentation.
XFree86-server-devel3.3.6DDevelopment extensions for XFree86 like dga, misc and vmode together with static libraries and manual pages.
XFree86-server-modules3.3.6MRBDHLoadable server modules for XFree86 like pex, xie and dga.
XFree86-setup3.3.6MRBDHThe graphical configuration utility XF86Setup is normally used to either perform the initial setup of the XFree86 X servers or to make adjustments to the existing configuration.
XFree86-SVGA3.3.6MRBDHXF86_SVGA is an 8-bit PseudoColor, 16-bit, 24-bit and 32-bit TrueColor server for a lot of Super-VGA cards. Please read the various README.* files from the XFree86-server package for more details.
XFree86-twm3.3.6RBDHTwm is a window manager for the X Window System. It provides titlebars, shaped windows, several forms of icon management, user-defined macro functions, click-to-type and pointer-driven keyboard focus, and user-specified key and pointer button bindings.
XFree86-VGA163.3.6MRBDHXF86_VGA16 is a 4-bit color server for VGA cards. The default root visual for this server is StaticColor. It also includes support for the non-VGA monochrome cards described in the XF86_Mono(1) manual page. It may be run in a dual-headed configuration.
XFree86-W323.3.6XF86_W32 is an 8-bit PseudoColor server for ET4000/W32, ET4000/W32i, ET4000/W32p and ET6000 graphic accelerator boards. For 16, 24 and 32 bits per pixel support on the ET6000, try the XF86_SVGA (non-accelerated) server.
XFree86-xdm3.3.6The xdm display manager for X11R6. Xdm manages a collection of X displays, which may be on the local host or remote servers. The design of xdm was guided by the needs of X terminals as well as the X Consortium standard XDMCP, the X Display Manager Control Protocol. Xdm provides services similar to those provided by init, getty and login on character terminals: prompting for login name and password, authenticating the user, and running a session. Be aware: Xdm is currently not working with PAM.
XFree86-Xnest3.3.6Xnest is a client and a server. Xnest is a client of the real server which manages windows and graphics requests on its behalf. Xnest is a server to its own clients. Xnest manages windows and graphics requests on their behalf. To these clients Xnest appears to be a conventional server.
XFree86-Xprt3.3.6The Xprt print server is simply an X server with the print extension and special DDX implementations. The print extension supports output to hardcopy devices using the core X drawing requests. The print extension adds requests for job and page control and defines how specific printer attributes are communicated between the server and printing clients.
XFree86-xsm3.3.6MRBDHThe xsm session manager for X11R6. A session is a group of applications, each of which has a particular state. xsm allows you to create arbitrary sessions - for example, you might have a 'light' session, a 'development' session, or an 'xterminal' session. Each session can have its own set of applications. Within a session, you can perform a 'checkpoint' to save application state, or a 'shutdown' to save state and exit the session. When you log back in to the system, you can load a specific session, and you can delete sessions you no longer want to keep.
XFree86-xterm3.3.6MRBDHThe xterm program is a terminal emulator for the X Window System. It provides DEC VT102 and Tektronix 4014 compatible terminals for programs that can't use the window system directly. If the underlying operating system supports terminal resizing capabilities (for example, the SIGWINCH signal in systems derived from 4.3bsd), xterm will use the facilities to notify programs running in the window whenever it is resized.
XFree86-Xvfb3.3.6DXvfb is an X server that can run on machines with no display hardware and no physical input devices. It emulates a dumb framebuffer using virtual memory. The primary use of this server is intended to be server testing. The mfb or cfb code for any depth can be exercised with this server without the need for real hardware that supports the desired depths. A secondary use is testing clients against unusual depths and screen configurations.
xmbase-grok1.4.1RBxmbase-grok is a simple database manager and UI builder that can: * keep phone and address lists (like a rolodex) * store phone call logs * keep todo lists * manage any other database after simple GUI-driven customization * customized data export, HTML export built in
xmgr4.1.2RBXmgr is a Motif application for two-dimensional data visualization. Xmgr can transform the data using free equations, FFT, cross- and auto-correlation, differences, integrals, histograms, and much more. The generated figures are of high quality. Xmgr is a very convenient tool for data inspection, data transformation, and and for making figures for publications. In this package the Motif libraries are linked statically for users who have no Motif runtime libraries.
xmms1.0.0RBDHXMMS is a sound player written from scratch. Since it uses the WinAmp GUI, it can use WinAmp skins, and play mp3s, mods, s3ms, and other formats. It now has support for input, output, and general plugins, and has also been GPL'd. Authors: Peter Alm Thomas Nilsson Olle Haellnaes Also adds an input plugin for XMMS to play MODs (.MOD,.XM,.S3M, etc)
xmms-devel1.0.0DStatic libraries and header files required for compiling xmms plugins.
xpdf0.90RBDHXpdf is a viewer for Portable Document Format (PDF) files. (These are also sometimes also called 'Acrobat' files, from the name of Adobe's PDF software.) Xpdf runs under the X Window System on UNIX, VMS, and OS/2. Xpdf is designed to be small and efficient. It does not use the Motif or Xt libraries. It uses standard X fonts. Xpdf is quite usable on a 486-66 PC running Linux.
xpm4.11MRBDHXPM (X PixMap) is a format for storing/retrieving X pixmaps to/from files. Here is provided a library containing a set of four functions, similar to the X bitmap functions as defined in the Xlib: XpmCreatePixmapFromData, XpmCreateDataFromPixmap, XpmReadFileToPixmap and XpmWriteFileFromPixmap for respectively including, storing, reading and writing this format, plus four other: XpmCreateImageFromData, XpmCreateDataFromImage, XpmReadFileToImage and XpmWriteFileFromImage for working with images instead of pixmaps. This new version provides a C includable format, defaults for different types of display: monochrome/color/grayscale, hotspot coordinates and symbol names for colors for overriding default colors when creating the pixmap. It provides a mechanism for storing information while reading a file which is re-used while writing. This way comments, default colors and symbol names aren't lost. It also handles "transparent pixels" by returning a shape mask in addition to the created pixmap.
xpm-devel4.11DHeader files and documentation to develope programs that use the X Pixmap library.
xpm-devel-static4.11Static library to develope programs that use the X Pixmap library.
xscreensaver3.22HThe xscreensaver package contains a variety of screensavers for your mind-numbing, ambition-eroding, time-wasting, hypnotized viewing pleasure. Install the xscreensaver package if you need screensavers for use with the X Window System.
xselection1.6Rutility to get or set an X selection or cutbuffer property value
xswallow1.0.17RBDHX Swallow is a plugin cobbled together to allow any X program to be used as an inline viewer for any appropiate MIME type. So a MIME type (e.g. x-world/x-vrml) for which there does not exist, as of the moment, a plug-in for Linux Netscape can be viewed inline with ordinary VRML viewers such as VRweb/Liquid Reality. Also, it has all the abilities of mimeplugin by Carl Shimer & Michael J. Long, on which Xswallow is based, and can be therefore be used to handle MIME types that are handled by programs with no graphical interface, audio formats for the most part. This RPM is configured to use acroread for PDFs and gv for Postscript Documents. Edit /opt/netscape/communicator/xswallow.conf to change.
xterm-color2.0RHThis is just a set of symlinks to help ancient scripts which used some replacement for the standard xterm. Now the xterm which came out of XFree86 has got much better. This includes ansi-xterm, color-xterm, xterm-color The version number is just a hint to rpm that would otherwise not replace version 1.1 (the actual).
xtoolwait1.2RXtoolwait starts an X client and waits for it to map a window. Xtoolwait notably decreases the startup time of an X session by reducing the load on the X server and the OS. Xtoolwait starts the X client command in the background. It then waits until a window is mapped on the root window and exits. Xtoolwait also exits if a time-out occurs (by default after 15 seconds), or if command exits.
xv3.10aRBDHThe xv program displays images in the GIF, JPEG, TIFF, PBM, PGM, PPM, X11 bitmap, Utah Raster Toolkit RLE, PDS/VICAR, Sun Rasterfile, BMP, PCX, IRIS RGB, XPM, Targa, XWD, possibly PostScript, and PM formats on workstations and terminals running the X Window System.
xwatch2.11RXWatch is a small program to monitor logfiles and to see any changes directly instead of having to read all the logs after a breakdown or a crash.
ytalk3.1RYTalk is in essence a multi-user chat program. It works almost exactly like the UNIX talk program and even communicates with the same talk daemon(s), but YTalk allows for multiple connections.
zip2.3RBDHZip is a compression and file packaging utility for Unix, VMS, MSDOS, OS/2, Windows NT, Minix, Atari and Macintosh. It is analogous to a combination of the UNIX commands tar and gzip and is compatible with PKZIP (Phil Katz's ZIP for MSDOS systems).
zoneinfo1999dMRBDHThese are the famous "Olson Tables" in machine-readable form to be used by the libc function localtime() and friends. They state almost any offset to the international standard time "UTC" for any country in the world.
zoo2.10RDHZoo is used to create and maintain collections of files in compressed form. It uses a Lempel-Ziv compression algorithm that gives space savings in the range of 20% to 80% depending on the type of file data. Zoo can store and selectively extract multiple generations of the same file.
zsh3.1.5RZsh is a UNIX command interpreter (shell) usable as an interactive login shell and as a shell script command processor. Of the standard shells, zsh most closely resembles ksh but includes many enhancements. Zsh has comand line editing, builtin spelling correction, programmable command completion, shell functions (with autoloading), a history mechanism, and a host of other features
zsh-doc-html3.1.5Extensive documentation and introduction for the zsh command shell.

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