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Mutagenix 2.6.14.2-1 Installed Package List

aaa_base-10.2.0-noarch-2 [inst=yes]: aaa_base (Basic Linux filesystem package)
aaa_elflibs-10.2.0-i486-3 [inst=yes]: aaa_elflibs (shared libraries needed by many programs)
acpid-1.0.4-i486-2 [inst=yes]: acpid (ACPI daemon)
alsa-driver-1.0.9b_2.4.31-i486-1 [inst=yes]: alsa-driver (Advanced Linux Sound Architecture drivers)
alsa-lib-1.0.9-i486-1 [inst=yes]: alsa-lib (Advanced Linux Sound Architecture library)
alsa-oss-1.0.9-i486-1 [inst=yes]: alsa-oss (library/wrapper to use OSS programs with ALSA)
alsa-utils-1.0.9a-i486-2 [inst=yes]: alsa-utils (Advanced Linux Sound Architecture utilities)
arts-1.4.92-i486-1 [inst=yes]: arts (Analog Realtime Synthesizer)
aspell-0.60.2-i486-1 [inst=yes]: aspell (spell checker)
aspell-en-6.0_0-noarch-3 [inst=yes]: aspell-en
atk-1.9.1-i486-1 [inst=yes]: atk
audacity-1.3.0-i486-1ron [inst=yes]: audacity 1.3.0 (Free, Cross-Platform Sound Editor)
audiofile-0.2.6-i486-1 [inst=yes]: audiofile (audio support library)
bash-3.0-i486-3 [inst=yes]: bash (sh-compatible shell)
bin-10.2-i486-1 [inst=yes]: bin (some common system utilities)
binutils-2.15.92.0.2-i486-3 [inst=yes]: binutils (GNU binary development tools)
bzip2-1.0.3-i486-1 [inst=yes]: bzip2 (a block-sorting file compressor)
cabextract-1.1-i486-1sup [inst=yes]: Cabextract extracts files from M$ .cab files
cairo-1.0.2-i486-1frg [inst=yes]: cairo
cdparanoia-IIIalpha9.8-i386-1 [inst=yes]: cdparanoia (digital audio extraction tool)
cdrtools-2.01-i486-1 [inst=yes]: cdrtools
chkrootkit-0.45-i486-1arf [inst=yes]: chkrootkit-0.45 Locally checks signs of rootkits
chntpw-040818-i486-2 [inst=yes]: chntpw (Handy Windows password modification utility)
clamav-0.87.1-i686-1jto [inst=yes]: ClamAV 0.87.1 (OpenSource virus scanner)
coreutils-5.2.1-i486-1 [inst=yes]: coreutils (core GNU utilities)
cpan2tgz-0.4-noarch-1 [inst=yes]: cpan2tgz - create Slackware packages from CPAN Perl modules
cpio-2.5-i386-1 [inst=yes]: cpio (backup and archiving utility)
cups-1.1.23-i486-1 [inst=yes]: CUPS (Common UNIX Printing System)
curl-7.12.2-i486-2 [inst=yes]: curl
cxxlibs-5.0.7-i486-1 [inst=yes]: cxxlibs (C++ shared library compatibility package)
dbus-0.50-i486-3frg [inst=yes]: dbus
dcron-2.3.3-i486-5 [inst=yes]: dcron (Dillon's Cron daemon)
devs-2.3.1-noarch-22 [inst=yes]: devs (system device files)
dhcpcd-1.3.22pl4-i486-2 [inst=yes]: dhcpcd (DHCP client daemon)
diffutils-2.8.1-i386-1 [inst=yes]: diffutils (finds differences between files)
e2fsprogs-1.38-i486-2 [inst=yes]: e2fsprogs
esound-0.2.36-i486-1 [inst=yes]: esound (Enlightened Sound Daemon)
espgs-8.15rc4-i486-1 [inst=yes]: espgs (ESP Ghostscript)
etc-5.1-noarch-10 [inst=yes]: etc (system configuration files)
expat-1.95.8-i486-1 [inst=yes]: expat
expect-5.43.0-i486-1 [inst=yes]: expect
fetchmail-6.2.5.2-i486-1 [inst=yes]: fetchmail (mail retrieval and forwarding utility)
findutils-4.1.7-i386-1 [inst=yes]: findutils (utilities to locate files)
flac-1.1.2-i486-2 [inst=yes]: flac (Free Lossless Audio Codec)
floppy-5.4-i386-3 [inst=yes]: floppy (floppy disk utilities)
freefont-ttf-0.1-noarch-1ddb [inst=yes]: freefont-ttf (Free true type fonts for Linux)
gaim-1.5.0-i486-1 [inst=yes]: gaim
gawk-3.1.5-i486-1 [inst=yes]: gawk (pattern scanning and processing language)
gdbm-1.8.3-i486-3 [inst=yes]: gdbm (GNU database routines)
gdk-pixbuf-0.22.0-i486-1 [inst=yes]: gdk-pixbuf
getty-ps-2.1.0b-i486-1 [inst=yes]: getty-ps
gimp-2.2.8-i486-1 [inst=yes]: gimp (The GNU Image Manipulation Program)
gimp-print-4.2.7-i486-1 [inst=yes]: gimp-print (IJS printer driver for Ghostscript and CUPS)
glib-1.2.10-i386-2 [inst=yes]: glib (library of C routines)
glib2-2.6.6-i486-1 [inst=yes]: glib2 (library of C routines)
glibc-2.3.5-i486-5 [inst=yes]: glibc (GNU C libraries)
glibc-i18n-2.3.5-noarch-5 [inst=yes]: glibc-i18n (locale files from glibc)
glibc-solibs-2.3.5-i486-5 [inst=yes]: glibc-solibs (shared GNU C libraries)
glibc-zoneinfo-2.3.5-noarch-5 [inst=yes]: glibc-zoneinfo (time zone database)
glibmm-2.8.1-i486-1frg [inst=yes]: glibmm
glitz-0.4.4-i486-1frg [inst=yes]: glitz
glut-3.7-i486-1 [inst=yes]: glut (3D graphics library)
gmp-4.1.4-i486-2 [inst=yes]: gmp (GNU multiple precision arithmetic library)
gnet-2.0.7-i486-3 [inst=yes]: gnet
gparted-0.0.8-i386-1 [inst=yes]: gparted (gtk interface for parted)
gpm-1.19.6-i486-6 [inst=yes]: gpm (general purpose mouse server)
grep-2.5-i386-2 [inst=yes]: grep (print lines matching a pattern)
groff-1.19.1-i486-3 [inst=yes]: groff (document formatting system)
grub-0.97-i486-2 [inst=yes]: GNU GRUB (GRand Unified Bootloader)
gslapt-0.3.9-i386-2 [inst=yes]: gslapt (GTK slapt-get, an APT like system for Slackware)
gtk+-1.2.10-i386-3 [inst=yes]: gtk+ (graphical user interface toolkit)
gtk+2-2.6.10-i486-1 [inst=yes]: GTK+ version 2
gtkmm-2.8.1-i486-1frg [inst=yes]: gtkmm
gv-3.5.8-i386-1 [inst=yes]: gv (PS/PDF file viewer)
gzip-1.3.3-i386-2 [inst=yes]: gzip (file compression utility)
hotplug-2004_09_23-noarch-5 [inst=yes]: hotplug (scripts to detect and configure hardware devices)
imagemagick-6.2.3_3-i486-1 [inst=yes]: imagemagick (a robust collection of image processing tools)
imlib-1.9.15-i486-1 [inst=yes]: imlib
iptables-1.3.3-i486-1 [inst=yes]: iptables (IP packet filter administration)
iptraf-2.7.0-i386-1 [inst=yes]: iptraf
jfsutils-1.1.8-i486-1 [inst=yes]: jfsutils (IBM JFS utilities)
kdeaccessibility-3.4.92-i486-1 [inst=yes]: kdeaccessibility
kdeaddons-3.4.92-i486-1 [inst=yes]: kdeaddons
kdeadmin-3.4.92-i486-1 [inst=yes]: kdeadmin
kdeartwork-3.4.92-i486-1 [inst=yes]: kdeartwork
kdebase-3.4.92-i486-1 [inst=yes]: kdebase (KDE base package)
kdebindings-3.4.92-i486-1 [inst=yes]: kdebindings
kdeedu-3.4.92-i486-2 [inst=yes]: kdeedu
kdegames-3.4.92-i486-1 [inst=yes]: kdegames (games for the K Desktop Environment)
kdegraphics-3.4.92-i486-1 [inst=yes]: kdegraphics (KDE graphics programs)
kdelibs-3.4.92-i486-1 [inst=yes]: kdelibs (KDE libraries)
kdemultimedia-3.4.92-i486-1 [inst=yes]: kdemultimedia (multimedia applications for KDE)
kdenetwork-3.4.92-i486-1 [inst=yes]: kdenetwork (network utilities for KDE)
kdepim-3.4.92-i486-2 [inst=yes]: kdepim
kdesdk-3.4.92-i486-1 [inst=yes]: kdesdk
kdetoys-3.4.92-i486-1 [inst=yes]: kdetoys (toys for KDE)
kdeutils-3.4.92-i486-1 [inst=yes]: kdeutils (various utilities for KDE)
kdewebdev-3.4.92-i486-1 [inst=yes]: kdewebdev (web development package for the K Desktop Environment)
killerwall-0.99-i486-2ddb [inst=yes]: killerwall (iptables config script)
koffice-1.4.1-i486-2 [inst=yes]: koffice (KDE office productivity suite)
lcms-1.14-i486-1 [inst=yes]: lcms (little cms engine)
less-382-i486-1 [inst=yes]: less (file pager)
lesstif-0.94.4-i486-1 [inst=yes]: lesstif (a free replacement for OSF/Motif(R))
libao-0.8.6-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libao (Audio Output library)
libart_lgpl-2.3.17-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libart_lgpl
libcaca-0.9-i486-2 [inst=yes]: libcaca (Colour AsCii Art library)
libexif-0.6.12-i486-2 [inst=yes]: libexif
libglade-2.4.2-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libglade
libgsf-1.12.1-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libgsf
libid3tag-0.15.1b-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libid3tag (ID3 tag manipulation library)
libidn-0.5.17-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libidn (GNU Internationalized Domain Name library)
libieee1284-0.2.10-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libieee1284
libjpeg-6b-i386-4 [inst=yes]: libjpeg (Independent JPEG Group's JPEG software)
libmad-0.15.1b-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libmad (high-quality MPEG audio library)
libmng-1.0.5-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libmng (Multiple-image Network Graphics library)
libogg-1.1.2-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libogg (Ogg Bitstream library)
libpng-1.2.8-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libpng (Portable Network Graphics library)
libsigc++-2.0.16-i486-2frg [inst=yes]: libsigc++
libtermcap-1.2.3-i486-6 [inst=yes]: libtermcap
libtiff-3.7.3-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libtiff (a library for reading and writing TIFF files)
libungif-4.1.3-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libungif
libusb-0.1.8-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libusb (USB library)
libvorbis-1.1.1-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libvorbis (Ogg Vorbis library)
libwmf-0.2.8.3-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libwmf (WMF graphics format library)
libwmf-docs-0.2.8.3-noarch-1 [inst=yes]: libwmf-docs (extra documentation for libwmf)
libxml2-2.6.22-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libxml2 (XML parser library)
libxslt-1.1.15-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libxslt (XML transformation library)
lilo-22.5.9-i486-2 [inst=yes]: lilo (Linux Loader)
logrotate-3.6.8-i486-1 [inst=yes]: logrotate (system log rotation tool)
lynx-2.8.5rel.5-i486-1 [inst=yes]: Lynx (text mode browser)
man-1.5p-i486-1 [inst=yes]: man (format and display the on-line manual pages)
mhash-0.9.2-i486-1 [inst=yes]: mhash (Thread-safe hash library)
mkinitrd-1.0.1-i486-3 [inst=yes]: mkinitrd (make an initial ramdisk)
module-init-tools-3.1-i486-1 [inst=yes]: module-init-tools (kernel module utilities)
mozilla-firefox-1.0.7-i686-1jim [inst=yes]: mozilla-firefox (Mozilla Firefox Web browser)
mpeg_lib-1.3.1-i386-2 [inst=yes]: mpeg_lib (MPEG-1 video decoding library)
nail-11.24-i486-1 [inst=yes]: nail (a simple mail client)
nc-1.10-i386-1 [inst=yes]: nc (Netcat network utility)
ncftp-3.1.9-i486-1 [inst=yes]: ncftp
ncurses-5.4-i486-2 [inst=yes]: ncurses
netpbm-10.18.12-i486-1 [inst=yes]: netpbm (graphics conversion utilities)
nmap-3.93-i486-1 [inst=yes]: nmap (network scanner)
ntp-4.2.0-i486-1 [inst=yes]: ntp (Network Time Protocol daemon)
openssh-4.2p1-i486-1 [inst=yes]: openssh (Secure Shell daemon and clients)
openssl-0.9.7g-i486-2 [inst=yes]: openssl (Secure Sockets Layer toolkit)
openssl-solibs-0.9.7g-i486-2 [inst=yes]: openssl-solibs (OpenSSL shared libraries)
pan-0.14.2.91-i486-1 [inst=yes]: pan
pango-1.8.2-i486-1 [inst=yes]: pango
parted-1.6.22-i386-1 [inst=yes]: parted (partition management tool for Linux)
partimage-0.6.4-i486-1ddb [inst=yes]: partimage (partition image maker)
pciutils-2.1.11-i486-6 [inst=yes]: pciutils (PCI utilities)
pcmcia-cs-3.2.8-i486-1 [inst=yes]: pcmcia-cs (laptop card support)
pcre-6.4-i486-1 [inst=yes]: pcre (Perl-compatible regular expression library)
perl-5.8.7-i486-1 [inst=yes]: perl (Practical Extraction and Report Language)
pilot-link-0.11.8-i486-2 [inst=yes]: pilot-link
pkgtools-10.2.0-i486-5 [inst=yes]: pkgtools (The Slackware package maintenance system)
popt-1.7-i386-1 [inst=yes]: popt (command line parsing library)
ppp-2.4.4b1-i486-1 [inst=yes]: ppp (Point-to-Point Protocol)
procmail-3.15.2-i386-1 [inst=yes]: procmail (mail processing and local delivery program)
procps-3.2.5-i486-1 [inst=yes]: procps (utilities for displaying process information)
python-2.4.1-i486-1 [inst=yes]: python (object-oriented interpreted programming language)
qt-3.3.4-i486-2 [inst=yes]: Qt (a multi-platform C++ graphical user interface toolkit)
readline-4.3-i486-3 [inst=yes]: readline (line input library with editing features)
reiserfsprogs-3.6.19-i486-1 [inst=yes]: reiserfsprogs
rp-pppoe-3.6-i486-1 [inst=yes]: rp-pppoe (Roaring Penguin PPPoE client)
rsync-2.6.6-i486-1 [inst=yes]: rsync
samba-3.0.20b-i486-1 [inst=yes]: samba (SMB file and print server)
screen-4.0.2-i486-1 [inst=yes]: screen (screen manager with VT100/ANSI terminal emulation)
sdl-1.2.9-i486-1 [inst=yes]: sdl (Simple DirectMedia Layer library)
sed-4.0.9-i486-2 [inst=yes]: sed (stream editor)
shadow-4.0.3-i486-11 [inst=yes]: shadow (shadow password suite)
slang-1.4.9-i486-1 [inst=yes]: slang
slapt-get-0.9.10e-i386-1 [inst=yes]: slapt-get (APT like system for Slackware)
slocate-2.7-i486-3 [inst=yes]: slocate (Secure Locate)
startup-notification-0.8-i486-1 [inst=yes]: startup-notification
svgalib-1.4.3-i386-2 [inst=yes]: svgalib (Super-VGA Graphics Library)
sysklogd-1.4.1-i486-9 [inst=yes]: sysklogd (Linux system logging utilities)
sysvinit-2.84-i486-56 [inst=yes]: sysvinit (init, the parent of all processes)
t1lib-5.1.0-i486-1 [inst=yes]: t1lib (Type 1 font rasterizer library)
taglib-1.4-i486-1 [inst=yes]: taglib (audio meta-data library)
tar-1.15.1-i486-1 [inst=yes]: tar (archiving utility)
tcl-8.4.11-i486-1 [inst=yes]: tcl (Tool Command Language)
tcpdump-3.9.3-i486-1 [inst=yes]: tcpdump
tcpip-0.17-i486-35 [inst=yes]: tcpip (TCP/IP networking programs and support files)
udev-064-i486-2 [inst=yes]: udev (dynamic device directory system)
usbutils-0.11-i486-3 [inst=yes]: usbutils (USB utilities)
utempter-1.1.3-i486-1 [inst=yes]: utempter (utmp updating library and utility)
util-linux-2.12p-i486-2 [inst=yes]: util-linux (a huge collection of essential utilities)
vim-6.3.086-i486-1 [inst=yes]: vim (Vi IMproved)
wget-1.10.2-i486-1 [inst=yes]: wget (a non-interactive network retriever)
wireless-tools-27-i486-2 [inst=yes]: wireless-tools (utilities for wireless networking)
wv2-0.2.2-i486-1 [inst=yes]: wv2 (MS Word document import library)
wxGTK-2.6.2a-i486-1asz [inst=yes]: wxGTK
x11-6.8.2-i486-4 [inst=yes]: x11 (X11 base package)
x11-fonts-100dpi-6.8.2-noarch-3 [inst=yes]: x11-fonts-100dpi (100dpi screen fonts for the X Window System)
x11-fonts-cyrillic-6.8.2-noarch-3 [inst=yes]: x11-fonts-cyrillic (Cyrillic fonts for the X Window System)
x11-fonts-misc-6.8.2-noarch-3 [inst=yes]: x11-fonts-misc (fonts for the X Window System)
x11-fonts-scale-6.8.2-noarch-3 [inst=yes]: x11-fonts-scale (scalable screen fonts for the X Window System)
x11-xnest-6.8.2-i486-4 [inst=yes]: x11-xnest (a nested X server)
x3270-3.3.2p1-i486-1 [inst=yes]: x3270 (IBM host access tool for X)
xaw3d-1.5-i386-3 [inst=yes]: xaw3d (3D version of libXaw)
xchat-2.4.5-i486-1 [inst=yes]: xchat
xfce-4.2.2-i486-1 [inst=yes]: xfce (a fast and lightweight desktop environment for X)
xfsprogs-2.6.13-i486-1 [inst=yes]: xfsprogs (Utilities for SGI's XFS filesystem)
xmms-1.2.10-i486-3 [inst=yes]: xmms (X Multimedia System)
xmule-1.10.0-i486-1arf [inst=yes]: xmule 1.8.4 An E2DK Client
xscreensaver-4.22-i486-2 [inst=yes]: xscreensaver (a screen saver and locker for X)
xv-3.10a-i486-4 [inst=yes]: xv (John Bradley's interactive image viewer)
zlib-1.2.3-i486-1 [inst=yes]: zlib (compression library)

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