Red Hat Linux Packages on the CDs

Red Hat Linux Packages on the CDs

The packages contained on the installation CD-ROMs are as follows:

  • 4Suite:???Python programming tools for manipulating XML content and object databases.

  • a2ps:???Tools for converting text and other types of files into PostScript for printing.

  • abiword:???The AbiWord word processing application.

  • ac-archive:???The Autoconf Macro Archive providing macros for the autoconf tool.

  • acl:???Utilities needed for manipulating access control lists.

  • acpid:???Dispatches ACPI events to user-space programs.

  • adjtimex:???The adjtimex command for regulating the system clock.

  • alchemist:???Back-end XML-based application configuration architecture.

  • alchemist-devel:???Files needed for developing programs that use alchemist.

  • amanda:???The amanda network-capable machine backup application.

  • amanda-client:???Client components for amanda network backup.

  • amanda-devel:???Libraries and docs needed to develop amanda applications.

  • amanda-server:???Server components for running amanda network backups.

  • ami:???A Korean gtk+-based input method system.

  • am-utils:???Utilities for automounting file systems. Includes the amd daemon.

  • anaconda:???The Red Hat Linux installation program.

  • anaconda-help:???Help information used in the anaconda installer.

  • anaconda-images:???Graphical images used in the anaconda installer.

  • anaconda-runtime:???Used to build Red Hat media sets.

  • anacron:???Periodic command scheduler for machines that do not run 24 hours per day.

  • apel:???A portable emacs library for customizing emacs.

  • apel-xemacs:???A portable emacs library.

  • apmd:???The advanced power management software for monitoring battery power.

  • apr:???Apache portable runtime library.

  • apr-devel:???APR library development tools.

  • apr-util:???APR utility library.

  • apr-util-devel:???APR utility library development tools.

  • arpwatch:???The arpwatch utility for tracking Ethernet/IP address pairings.

  • arts:???The analog real-time synthesizer software used with the KDE 3 sound system.

  • arts-devel:???Libraries and documentation needed to develop programs using arts.

  • ash:???A lightweight shell, similar to the UNIX System V sh (Bourne) shell.

  • asp2php:???Tools for converting active server pages to PHP format.

  • asp2php-gtk:???A gtk+ front-end interface for the asp2php application.

  • aspell*:???A set of packages for spell checking in a variety of languages.

  • aspell-devel:???Libraries and documentation needed to develop applications using aspell.

  • at:???The at and batch commands facilitate one-shot, time-oriented job control.

  • atk:???A set of interfaces for adding accessibility support to applications.

  • atk-devel:???The libraries, header files, and documentation for atk.

  • at-spi:???Allows screen readers, magnifiers, or scripts to interact with GUI controls.

  • at-spi-devel:???Libraries and header files for compiling at-spi.

  • attr:???Tools for manipulating extended filesystem attributes.

  • audiofile:???Utilities that implement the SGI Audio File library for processing audio files.

  • audiofile-devel:???Development tools associated with audio software development.

  • aumix:???The aumix program for adjusting audio mixing device (/dev/mixer) settings.

  • authconfig:???Tools for configuring system authorization resources.

  • authconfig-gtk:???A graphical tool for configuring system-authorization resources.

  • autoconf:???Tools to create scripts to make portable, configurable source-code packages.

  • autoconf213:???An older version of autoconf.

  • autoconvert:???Autoconverter tools for converting Chinese HZ/GB/BIG5 encodings.

  • autoconvert-xchat:???Autoconvert-xchat plugins.

  • autofs:???Automatically mounts and umounts filesystems through the automount daemon.

  • automake:???The automake makefile generator.

  • automake14:???Included for projects not updated to work with newer automake.

  • automake15:???Included for projects not updated to work with newer automake.

  • automake16:???Included for projects not updated to work with newer automake.

  • autorun:???Software that automatically detects and mounts CD-ROMs.

  • awesfx:???Utilities for controlling the AWE32 sound driver.

  • balsa:???The balsa e-mail reader (which is part of the GNOME desktop).

  • basesystem:???Part of the base Red Hat Linux system.

  • bash:???Version 2.05b of the GNU Bash shell (Bourne Again SHell).

  • bash-doc:???Documentation for the GNU Bash shell.

  • bc:???The bc precision-calculator command-line utility and language.

  • beecrypt:???General purpose cryptography library.

  • beecrypt-devel:???Files needed to develop applications with beecrypt.

  • beecrypt-python:???Python bindings for developing applications with beecrypt.

  • bg5ps:???A tool that converts BIG5 encoded Chinese into printable PostScript.

  • bind:???Berkeley Internet Name Domain implentation of the DNS protocols.

  • bind-chroot:???A chrooted implementation of the BIND name server.

  • bind-devel:???Header files needed for BIND 9.x.x DNS software development.

  • bind-utils:???The dig, dnsquery, nslookup, nsupdate, and other DNS utilities.

  • binutils:???GNU command-line tools, such as ar, as, ld, nm, size, and others.

  • bison:???The GNU bison parser generator (replacement for yacc).

  • bitmap-fonts:???Bitmap fonts from the Xfree86 package designed for use on terminals.

  • bitmap-fonts-cjk:???Bitmap fonts selected from Xfree86 for use by anaconda.

  • bitstream-vera-fonts:???High-quality Latin fonts donated by Vera.

  • blas:???Basic Linear Algebra Subprograms (BLAS) libraries for basic linear algebra.

  • bluez-bluefw:???Bluetooth firmware loader.

  • bluez-hcidump:???A Bluetooth protocol analyzer.

  • bluez-libs:???Libraries for Bluetooth applications.

  • bluez-libs-devel:???Development libraries for Bluetooth applications.

  • bluez-pan:???Bluetooth personal area networking tools.

  • bluez-pin:???Bluetooth software to ask users for PIN to pair Bluetooth devices.

  • bluez-sdp:???Bluetooth service discovery protocol libraries.

  • bluez-sdp-devel:???Bluetooth service discovery protocol library tools.

  • bluez-utils:???Bluetooth utilities.

  • bogl:???Small graphics library for Linux's frame buffers.

  • bogl-bterm:???Terminal emulator that displays to a frame buffer.

  • bogl-devel:???Development libraries for Ben's Own Graphics Library.

  • bonobo:???A CORBA-based system utilized by the GNOME desktop environment.

  • bonobo-conf:???A bonobo-based system for configuration options.

  • bonobo-conf-devel:???Libraries and files needed to develop programs using bonobo-conf.

  • bonobo-devel:???Libraries for developing bonobo document model applications.

  • boost:???Boost peer reviewed C++ libraries.

  • boost-devel:???Boost C++ library development tools.

  • boost-doc:???Boost C++ library documentation.

  • boost-jam:???Boost C++ library build tool.

  • boost-python:???Boost C++ library python bindings.

  • boost-python-devel:???Boost C++ library python development tools.

  • bootparamd:???The bootparamd boot parameter server to boot diskless workstations.

  • booty:???Python library for anaconda and up2date bootloader configuration.

  • bridge-utils:???Utilities for bridging multiple Ethernet LANs.

  • bridge-utils-devel:???Programming interface to the Linux Ethernet bridge.

  • brltty:???Braille display driver.

  • bug-buddy:???A graphical bug-reporting tool.

  • busybox:???A single binary providing simplified versions of common Linux commands.

  • busybox-anaconda:???A version of busybox for use with anaconda.

  • byacc:???The Berkeley yacc parser generator.

  • bzip2:???The bzip2 and bzcat utilities for compressing and uncompressing files.

  • bzip2-devel:???Programming tools associated with the bzip and bzcat utilities.

  • bzip2-libs:???Libraries for applications using bzip2.

  • caching-nameserver:???Configuration files used for caching-only name servers.

  • cadaver:???A command-line WebDAV client.

  • Canna:???A unified Japanese character input system.

  • Canna-devel:???Developments tools associated with Canna.

  • Canna-libs:???Runtime library for the Canna Japanese input system.

  • cdda2wav:???Coverts CD audio files into WAV sound files.

  • cdecl:???Composes C and C++ type declarations from english or vice versa.

  • cdicconf:???Maintenance tools for the Canna dictionary.

  • cdlabelgen:???Generates frontcards and traycards for compact disc cases.

  • cdp:???Textmode utility for playing music CDs.

  • cdparanoia:???Compact disk digital audio extraction tool.

  • cdparanoia-devel:???Development tools for digital audio extraction.

  • cdparanoia-libs:???Libraries for cdparanoia.

  • cdrdao:???A tool for writing audio CD-ROMs in disc-at-once mode.

  • cdrecord:???Software for writing data to writable CD-ROMs.

  • cdrecord-devel:???Development tools for writing data to writable CD-ROMs.

  • chkconfig:???Changes system service run-level information.

  • chkfontpath:???Command-line interface for managing the X server font path.

  • chromium:???An arcade-style shooting game.

  • cipe:???VPN daemon and kernel modules for Crypto IP Encapsulation (CIPE)

  • ckermit:???Cross-platform serial and network communications software.

  • cleanfeed:???Filters spam from incoming USENET news feeds.

  • compat-db:???Legacy releases of the Berkeley Database.

  • compat-gcc:???Compatibility compiler for building binaries for Red Hat 7.3 and older.

  • compat-gcc-c++:???Generates C++ binaries for older Red Hat Linux systems.

  • compat-gcc-g77:???Generates Fortran 77 binaries for older Red Hat Linux systems.

  • compat-gcc-java:???Generates Java binaries for older Red Hat Linux systems.

  • compat-gcc-objc:???Generates Objective-C binaries for older Red Hat Linux Systems.

  • compat-libgcj:???Java™ runtime library for the Red Hat Linux 7.3 Java compiler (gcj)

  • compat-libgcj-devel:???Libraries for compiling with the gcc java compiler.

  • compat-libstdc++:???Snapshot implementation of the GCC Standard C++ library.

  • compat-libstdc++-devel:???Libraries for the Red Hat C++ compatibility compiler.

  • compat-pwdb:???Library for managing the Linux's PAM interface to user authentication.

  • compat-slang:???Programming library for the S-Lang extension language.

  • comps:???Comps file and header lists for Red Hat Linux.

  • comps-extras:???Tools and images for working on the comps file.

  • comsat:???Asynchronous mail notification client and server.

  • control-center:???GNOME desktop configuration tool.

  • coreutils:???A set of GNU tools commonly used in shell scripts.

  • cpio:???Copying files to or from a number of archive formats into files, disk, or tape.

  • cpp:???The cpp (C preprocessor) macro processing utility, for preprocessing C code.

  • cproto:???Creates function prototypes and variable declarations from C source code.

  • cracklib:???Library for applications that need to test the "strength" of a password.

  • cracklib-dicts:???Dictionaries that are used by CrackLib when testing password security.

  • crontabs:???The root crontabs files, used by the cron daemon to schedule tasks.

  • ctags:???The ctags tool for generating tag files of objects from C source code.

  • cups:???The Common Unix Printing System

  • cups-devel:???Development environment for CUPS.

  • cups-libs:???Libraries allowing applications to use CUPS natively.

  • curl:???A feature packed utility for retrieving files using various Internet protocols.

  • curl-devel:???The files needed for building applications that use curl functionality.

  • cvs:???Maintains a history of file changes.

  • cyrus-sasl:???The Cyrus version of the Simple Authentication and Security Layer (SASL).

  • cyrus-sasl-devel:???The files needed for developing applications that use cyrus-sasl.

  • cyrus-sasl-gssapi:???Plugins for cyrus-sasl that support GSSAPI authentication.

  • cyrus-sasl-md5:???Cyrus-sasl plugins for CRAM-MD5 and DIGEST-MD5 authentication.

  • cyrus-sasl-plain:???Cyrus-sasl plugins for PLAIN and LOGIN authentication schemes.

  • db4:???C library for revision 4 of the Berkeley Database.

  • db4-devel:???Header files and libraries for db4 development.

  • db4-java:???db4 libraries for Java development.

  • db4-utils:???Command-line tools for managing a revision 4 Berkeley database.

  • ddskkd-cdb:???A dictionary server for the SKK Japanese input method.

  • dbus:??? Systemwide message bus service.

  • dbus-devel:???Development tools for systemwide message bus service.

  • dbus-glib:???GLIB library for using D-BUS.

  • dbus-qt:???qt library for using D-BUS.

  • dbus-x11:???Xlib tools required by DBUS, so X doesn't have to be installed.

  • ddd:???The Data Display Debugger, a GUI that interacts with command-line debuggers.

  • ddskk:???A simple Kana to Kanji conversion tool for emacs.

  • ddskk-xemacs:???Simple Kana to Kanji conversion tool for XEmacs.

  • dejagnu:???An Expect/Tcl framework for testing programs.

  • desktop-backgrounds-basic:???A selection of images to use as screen backgrounds.

  • desktop-backgrounds-extra:???Supplements desktop-backgrounds-basic.

  • desktop-file-utils:???Creates and validates .desktop files.

  • desktop-printing:???Desktop icon and code to support drag-n-drop printing.

  • dev:???Commonly used Linux device files.

  • dev86:???An x86 assembler and linker.

  • devhelp:???An API document browser for GNOME 2.

  • devlabel:???Consistent storage device access facilitated by symlinking.

  • dhclient:???DHCP client application.

  • dhcp:???Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server and relay agent.

  • dhcp-devel:???Libraries for interfacing with the ISC DHCP server.

  • dia:???Visio like diagramming and drawing program.

  • dialog:???The dialog utility for showing dialog boxes in text mode interfaces.

  • dictd:???The ict client, used to access to dictionary definitions from a DICT server.

  • dietlibc:???A small implementation of libc.

  • diffstat:???Generates statistics from the output of the diff commant.

  • diffutils:???Contains the diff, cmp, diff3, and sdiff utilities for comparing files.

  • diskcheck:???A utility that monitors the remaining free space on a hard drive.

  • dmalloc:???A drop-in replacement for memory management routines.

  • docbook-*:???A set of packages containing DocBook SGML DTDs and style sheets.

  • dos2unix:???Converts text files from DOS to UNIX format.

  • dosfstools:???Tools for creating and working with DOS filesystems.

  • dovecot:???Dovecot secure imap server.

  • doxygen:???Creates documents from C or C++ source code.

  • doxygen-doxywizard:???A GUI front-end to create and edit doxygen configuration files.

  • dtach:???A simple program that emulates the detach feature of screen.

  • dump:???Utilities for backing up and restoring ext2/3 file systems.

  • dvdrecord:???A command-line CD/DVD recording program.

  • dvd+rw-tools:???Tools for mastering DVD+RW/+R media.

  • dvgrab:???Captures digital video from a firewire connected device.

  • e2fsprogs:???Programs for finding and fixing inconsistencies in ext2 file systems.

  • e2fsprogs-devel:???Libraries and header files to develop programs for the ext2 file system.

  • ed:???A line-oriented text editor (which was the original UNIX text editor).

  • eel2:???The Eazel Extensions Library, a collection of widgets and functions for GNOME.

  • eel2-devel:???Libraries and include files for developing with eel.

  • efax:???Sends and receives faxes using any Class 1, 2, or 2.0 fax modem.

  • eject:???Ejects CDs, floppies, Jazz disks, or other media.

  • ElectricFence:???Detects memory allocation violations.

  • elfutils:???Collection of utilities for handling compiled objects.

  • elfutils-devel:???Development utilities for handling compiled objects.

  • elfutils-libelf:???Provides a DSO that facilitates the reading and writing of ELF files.

  • elinks:???A text-mode Web browser with support for frames.

  • emacs:???Libraries needed to run the emacs editor.

  • emacs-el:???The emacs-elisp sources of elisp programs used with the emacs text editor.

  • emacs-leim:???The Emacs Lisp code used with international character scripts.

  • emacspeak:???A speech interface that allows visually impaired users to use the computer.

  • enscript:???Print filter for formatting ASCII text into PostScript output.

  • eog:???Eye of GNOME image viewer.

  • epic:???Enhanced ircii chat client.

  • epiphany:???A GNOME Web browser based on Mozilla.

  • eruby:???A Ruby interpreter for Ruby code embedded in text files.

  • eruby-devel:???Header files and libraries allowing an application to use eRuby.

  • eruby-libs:???Libraries required for eRuby.

  • esound:???Allows multiple programs to share a sound card.

  • esound-devel:???Libraries and include files for developing EsounD applications.

  • ethereal:???A tool for analyzing network traffic on UNIX –ish operating systems.

  • ethereal-gnome:???GNOME desktop environment integration for ethereal.

  • ethtool:???Displays and changes Ethernet card settings.

  • evolution:???GNOME's groupware suite of integrated information-management tools.

  • expat:???C library for stream-oriented XML parsing.

  • expat-devel:???Documentation and libraries for developing XML applications with expat.

  • expect:???A tcl extension for automating interactive utilities such as FTP, fsck, and telnet.

  • expect-devel:???Expect development libraries.

  • expectk:???A program-script interaction and testing utility.

  • fam:???Tracks file system changes through a daemon and API.

  • fam-devel:???Libraries and header files for fam.

  • fbset:???Used to change video modes on fbcon consoles.

  • festival:???A free multi-lingual speech synthesizer.

  • festival-devel:???Header files and libraries allowing applications to use festival.

  • fetchmail:???Retrieves and forwards mail over SLIP and PPP links.

  • file:???Identifies file type based on file contents.

  • file-roller:???Manages archives such as tar files.

  • filesystem:???The basic directory level layout of the Red Hat Linux system.

  • findutils:???GNU versions of the find and xargs utilities.

  • finger:???Client for displaying information about system users.

  • finger-server:???Server for providing the finger service to network clients.

  • firstboot:???Runs after installation to facilitate easier configuration of the system.

  • flex:???Generates C source code for recognition of lexical patterns in text.

  • flim:???A library that provides basic features for message encoding in emacs.

  • flim-xemacs:???A library that provides basic features for message encoding in XEmacs.

  • fontconfig:???Locates and sets fonts based on requirements set by applications.

  • fontconfig-devel:???Headers and documentation for developing fontconfig applications.

  • fontilus:???Extensions for managing fonts in Nautilus.

  • fonta-arabic:???Arabic fonts from the King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology.

  • fonts-hebrew:???Hebrew fonts from the Culmus project.

  • fonts-ISO8859-2*:???Various Central European– and Greek-language fonts.

  • fonts-ja:???Japanese bitmap fonts.

  • fonts-KOI8-R*:???Various Russian- and Ukranian-language fonts.

  • foomatic:???A spooler-independent database of printers and printer drivers.

  • freeciv:???The freeciv clone of the Civilization II strategy game.

  • freeglut:???A free implementation of the GLUT library.

  • freeglut-devel:???Development tools for freeGLUT.

  • freeradius:???Highly configurable RADIUS server.

  • freeradius-mysql:???MySQL bindings for freeradius.

  • freeradius-postgresql:???PostgreSQL bindings for freeradius.

  • freeradius-unixODBC:???unixODBC bindings for freeradius.

  • freetype:???A free and portable font rendering engine for TrueType fonts.

  • freetype-demos:???A collection of freetype demos.

  • freetype-devel:???Components for using the FreeType font rendering engine.

  • freetype-utils:???Several utilities for managing fonts.

  • FreeWnn:???Converts Japanese Kana characters to Kanji characters and vice versa.

  • FreeWnn-common:???Common files needed for Wnn Kana to Kanji conversion.

  • FreeWnn-devel:???Tools for developing applications for FreeWnn.

  • FreeWnn-libs:???Runtime libraries for running FreeWnn applications.

  • fribidi:???A free implementation of the Unicode BiDi algorithm.

  • fribidi-devel:???Development tools for the Unicode BiDi algorithm.

  • fsh:???The fsh command for creating secure network tunnels.

  • ftp:???Generic client for the File Transfer Protocol.

  • ftpcopy:???Tools to facilitate mirroring of FTP sites

  • gail:???Implements the ATK accessibility interfaces for packages such as at-spi.

  • gail-devel:???Files required to compile applications that use GAIL.

  • gaim:???Open source clone of the popular AOL instant messager client.

  • gal:???The GNOME Applications Library (GAL), including GNOME utilities and widgets.

  • gal-devel:???Development tools associated with the GNOME Applications Library.

  • gawk:???The gawk (GNU awk) text processing utility.

  • gcc*:???This set of packages contains GNU C language compilers and related tools.

  • GConf:???The GNOME configuration database system.

  • GConf2:???A configuration database API used to store user preferences.

  • GConf-devel:???Library files required for developing with GConf.

  • GConf2-devel:???Library files required for developing with GConf2.

  • gconf-editor:???Editor and admin tool for GConf configuration sources.

  • gd:???A graphics library for creating JPEG and PNG image files.

  • gdb:???A command-driven debugger.

  • gdbm:???The Gdbm database indexing library.

  • gdbm-devel:???Components to develop applications to use the GNU database system.

  • gd-devel:???Components to develop applications that use the gd graphics library.

  • gdk-pixbuf:???The GDK Pixbuf image loading libraries.

  • gdk-pixbuf-devel:???Development tools associated with GDK Pixbuf.

  • gdk-pixbuf-gnome:???GNOME Canvas support for displaying images.

  • gdm:???The GNOME display manager, maintains an X-based graphical login.

  • gd-progs:???Utility programs associated with the gd graphics library.

  • gedit:???A compact, GNOME-based text editor

  • genromfs:???Utilities for building romfs file systems for initial RAM disks.

  • gettext:???Tools and utilities for creating multi-lingual messages.

  • gftp:???A multithreaded graphical ftp program.

  • ggv:???A Ghostscript front-end, adding panning and persistent user settings to Ghostscript.

  • ghostscript:???Displays and prints PostScript files.

  • ghostscript-devel:???Header files for developing Ghostscript-enabled applications.

  • ghostscript-fonts:???A set of type fonts used with the Ghostscript program.

  • giftrans:???Converts GIF87 files to GIF89 format.

  • gimp:???GNU Image Manipulation Program

  • gimp-data-extras:???Patterns, gradients, and other graphical elements to use with GIMP.

  • gimp-devel:???Libraries needed to develop GIMP plug-ins and extensions.

  • gimp-perl:???Libraries used to communicate between GIMP and GIMP Perl extensions.

  • gimp-print:???Drivers that provide enhanced printing during demanding tasks.

  • gimp-print-cups:???Native drivers for Canon, Epson, and compatible printers.

  • gimp-print-devel:???Libraries, and documentation to the GIMP printing interface.

  • gimp-print-plugin:???GIMP plug-in for gimp-print.

  • gimp-print-utils:???Utility programs from gimp-print.

  • gkrellm:???Monitoring software that charts CPU use, disk activity, and network traffic.

  • gkrellm-daemon:???Server side of gkrellm.

  • glade:???Software for developing quick user interfaces for the GTK+ toolkit.

  • glade2:???A version of glade for GTK+ 2.0.

  • glib:???Glib version 1.2 library of common functions used to improve portability.

  • glib2:???Glib version 2 library of common functions used to improve portability.

  • glib2-devel:???Static libraries and header files used with the glib2 development package.

  • glibc:???Standard libraries used by a multitude of programs.

  • glibc-common:???Common binaries, locale support, and time zone databases.

  • glibc-debug:???Various libraries for a deeper level of debugging.

  • glibc-devel:???Standard header and object files to develop most C language programs.

  • glibc-kernheaders:???Header files for the Linux kernel for use by glibc.

  • glibc-profile:???The libraries needed to create programs being profiled with gprof.

  • glibc-utils:???Various tools useful during program debugging.

  • glib-devel:???Static libraries and header files to support the GIMP Xlibrary.

  • Glide3:???A programming interface to 3DfxVoodoo graphics cards.

  • Glide3-devel:???Interface for using 3D accelators in 3Dfx Interactive Voodoo cards.

  • gmp:???The MP library for handling arithmetic and floating-point number functions.

  • gmp-devel:???Components to develop GNU MP arbitrary precision applications.

  • gnome-applets:???Applets (tiny graphical applications) used on the GNOME desktop.

  • gnome-audio:???A set of sounds that you can use with your GNOME environment.

  • gnome-audio-extra:???Sound files that can be used with the GNOME desktop.

  • gnome-bluetooth:???Simple GUI to control Bluetooth devices.

  • gnome-desktop:???Code shared among GNOME components.

  • gnome-desktop-devel:???Libraries for compiling GNOME-desktop components.

  • gnome-games:???GNOME games such as solitaire, gnothello, and tetris.

  • gnome-icon-theme:???Base GNOME desktop environment icons.

  • gnome-kerberos:???The krb5 tools for managing Kerberos 5 tickets.

  • gnome-libs:???Libraries needed by the GNOME desktop environment and applications.

  • gnome-libs-devel:???Libraries needed to create applications to run on a GNOME desktop.

  • gnome-mag:???GNOME magnifying library for AT-SPI applications.

  • gnome-mag-devel:???Development tooks for the GNOME AT-SPI magnifying library.

  • gnome-media:???The GNOME CD player and other multimedia tools.

  • gnomemeeting:???An H323 teleconferencing tool compatible with Microsoft NetMeeting.

  • gnome-mime-data:???The file-type recognition data files for GNOME-VFS.

  • gnome-panel:???Provides desktop management utilities.

  • gnome-pilot:???Files needed to integrate GNOME and PalmOS devices like Palm Pilots.

  • gnome-pilot-conduits:???Additional conduits for gnome-pilot.

  • gnome-pilot-devel:???Libraries needed to enable applications to use gnome-pilot.

  • gnome-print:???Fonts and tools needed by GNOME applications to print from GNOME.

  • gnome-print-devel:???Software development tools associated with printing in GNOME.

  • gnome-python2-*:???Wrappers that allow GNOME components to be written in Python.

  • gnome-session:???Handles startup and shutdown of core GNOME components.

  • gnome-speech:???GNOME text-to-speech tools.

  • gnome-speech-devel:???Development tools for GNOME text-to-speech features.

  • gnome-spell:???A bonobo component for spell checking.

  • gnome-system-monitor:???A simple process and system monitor.

  • gnome-terminal:???A GNOME terminal emulator.

  • gnome-themes:???Themes collection for GNOME.

  • gnome-user-docs:???A glossary, introduction, and other documentation for GNOME.

  • gnome-utils:???Several useful GNOME utilities, such as a calculator and a calendar.

  • gnome-vfs:???The GNOME virtual file system libraries.

  • gnome-vfs-devel:???Libraries and header files to develop GNOME-VFS2 applications.

  • gnome-vfs-extras:???GNOME-VFS modules including a Samba smb network browser.

  • gnome-vfs2:???Revision 2.0 of the GNOME virtual file system libraries.

  • gnome-vfs2-devel:???Libraries and header files to develop GNOME-VFS2 applications.

  • gnome-vfs2-extras:???GNOME-VFS2 modules including a Samba smb network browser.

  • gnucash:???A personal finance tracker.

  • gnucash-backend-postgres:???Backend for storing GnuCash data in PostgreSQL.

  • gnuchess:???The GNU chess program and related utilities.

  • gnumeric:???The GNOME-based gnumeric spreadsheet program

  • gnumeric-devel:???Development tools for the gnumeric spreadsheet application.

  • gnupg:???GNU Privacy Guard, used for secure communication and data storage.

  • gnuplot:???Utilities, used to plot scientific and other types of data.

  • gob2:???Preprocessor for making GObject objects.

  • gok:???GNOME onscreen keyboard.

  • gperf:???C++ hash function generator.

  • gphoto2:???Manage and access images from digital cameras.

  • gphoto2-devel:???Header files needed to create applications that use gphoto2.

  • gpm:???Console-based mouse server.

  • gpm-devel:???Libraries for developing text-mode programs with mouse functionality.

  • gqview:???Feature rich image viewer.

  • grep:???Utilities for finding string patterns in files.

  • grip:???A graphical front-end for various compact disc rippers and MP3 encoders.

  • groff:???Console-based text formatting utilities.

  • groff-gxditview:???GUI-based groff text output viewer.

  • groff-perl:???Utilities for working with groff documents that require Perl.

  • grub:???Grand Unified Boot Loader, used for booting operating systems such as Linux.

  • gsl:???GNU Scientific Library for numerical analysis and high-level mathematics.

  • gsl-devel:???Header and library files needed to create applications that use gsl.

  • gstreamer:???Streaming media framework.

  • gstreamer-devel:???Development libraries for streaming media framework.

  • gstreamer-plugins:???Plug-ins for the streaming media framework.

  • gstreamer-plugins-devel:???Development libraries for the streaming media framework.

  • gstreamer-tools:???Basic command line tools used with the streaming media framework.

  • gthumb:???An application for viewing, editing, and organizing collections of images.

  • gtk+:???GIMP graphical toolkit for building X-based graphical user interfaces.

  • gtk+-devel:???gtk+ development tools to create applications that need GIMP.

  • gtk2:???A toolkit used to create graphical user interfaces (GUIs).

  • gtk2-devel:???Header files and developer documentation for the GTK+ toolkit.

  • gtk2-engines:???Theme engines for GTK+ 2.0

  • gtkam:???A GTK-based interface to gphoto2.

  • gtkam-gimp:???A GIMP plug-in to allow digital-camera access through gphoto2.

  • gtk-doc:???Tools that generate documentation for GTK+, GNOME, and Glib components.

  • gtk-engines:???GTK+ toolkit themes (including Notif, Redmond95, and Metal).

  • gtkglarea:???An OpenGL widget for the GTK+ GUI library.

  • gtkhtml:???A lightweight HTML renderer/printing/editing engine.

  • gtkhtml-devel:???Libraries needed to develop applications that use gtkhtml.

  • gtkhtml2:???An HTML display widget for GTK+ 2.0

  • gtkhtml2-devel:???Libraries needed to create gtkhtml2 applications.

  • gtkhtml3:???gtkhtml library.

  • gtkhtml3-devel:???Libraries needed to create gtkhtml3 applications.

  • Gtk-Perl:???Perl extensions for gtk+ that facilitate GUI creation using Perl.

  • gtksourceview:???Library for viewing source code files.

  • gtksourceview-devel:???Tools for compiling applications with gtksourceview libraries.

  • gtkspell:???On the fly spell checking for GtkTextView widgets.

  • gtkspell-devel:???Development tools for gtkspell.

  • gtoaster:???A compact disc recording package that supports both audio and data files.



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