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2660mhz
18th May 2004, 06:01 PM
Know where the package list is for FC2 Official is ?

TIA

Ug
18th May 2004, 06:03 PM
There is a partial one on Distrowatch:

http://www.distrowatch.org/table.php?distribution=fedora

ewdi
18th May 2004, 06:04 PM
Inside bracket is current version (stable), below it is the one in FC2
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abiword (2.0.7)
2.0.5
alsa-lib (1.0.4)
1.0.3a
apache (1.3.31)
--
bind (9.2.3)
9.2.3
cdrtools (2.00.3)
2.01a27
cups (1.1.20)
1.1.20
db (4.2.52)
4.2.52
dhcp (3.0pl2)
3.0.1rc12
emacs (21.3)
21.3
evolution (1.4.6)
1.4.6
fetchmail (6.2.5)
6.2.5
gaim (0.77)
0.77
gcc (3.4.0)
3.3.3
gimp (2.0.1)
2.0.1
glibc (2.3.2)
2.3.3
gnucash (1.8.9)
1.8.9
gnumeric (1.2.12)
1.2.8
gtk+ (2.4.1)
2.4.0
httpd (2.0.49)
2.0.49
iptables (1.2.9)
1.2.9
k3b (0.11.9)
0.11.9
kdebase (3.2.2)
3.2.2
koffice (1.3.1)
1.3
libgnome (2.6.1.1)
2.6.0
linux (2.6.6)
2.6.5
Package
2
tettnang
modutils (2.4.27)
2.4.26
mozilla (1.6)
1.6
MPlayer (0.92.1)
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mysql (4.0.19)
3.23.58
nautilus (2.6.1)
2.6.0
OpenOffice.org (1.1.1)
1.1.1
openssh (3.8.1p1)
3.6.1p2
openssl (0.9.7d)
0.9.7a
perl (5.8.4)
5.8.3
php (4.3.6)
4.3.4
postfix (2.1.1)
2.0.18
postgresql (7.4.2)
7.4.2
Python (2.3.3)
2.3.3
qt-x11-free (3.3.2)
3.3.2
quanta (3.2.2)
3.2.2
rpm (4.2)
4.3.1
samba (3.0.4)
3.0.3
scribus (1.1.6)
--
sendmail (8.12.11)
8.12.11
vim (6.2)
6.2
webmin (1.140)
--
XFree86 (4.4.0)
--
xine-lib (1-rc4a)
--
xinetd (2.3.13)
2.3.13
xmms (1.2.10)
1.2.10

2660mhz
18th May 2004, 06:13 PM
Well, that will work...

Thanks tux, Ug

Ug
18th May 2004, 06:56 PM
I've stuck it, its bound to be asked again sometime soon.

NBZ
15th June 2004, 11:40 AM
http://fedora.redhat.com/projects/package-list/

officially from the horses mouth!

GreyGeek
19th October 2004, 06:16 PM
And, if you want to get a list of packages installed on your box you can, as root,
rpm -q -a -l > installed.rpm.list.txt
Slightly less than 1MB of info.

tchung
19th October 2004, 06:49 PM
You can find a Complete List of RPM Packages as well as Complete List of Raw Information at:

http://fedoranews.org/tchung/fc2-final/

Thomas

alphaproject
23rd November 2004, 11:46 PM
or you could just read through the release notes... after all, its your browser's home page at default