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Re: [ProgSoc] finding rpm's
On 28 Jun, Simon Blainey wrote:
> This is probably a very silly question, but there is a search engine on
> the debian web site that allows one to search for a package, or search the
> contents of a package. Does a similiar device exist for redhat packages?
try www.rpmfind.net. :-)
They've got a program there that automatically searches the database
and downloads the relevant RPMs.
The system doesn't work too well, though. :(
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