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a52dec-0.7.4-i486-3frg [inst=no]: a52dev (AC-3 decoder library)
abiword-2.4.1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: abiword (AbiWord Personal)
aiksaurus-1.2.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: aiksaurus
anjuta-2.0.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: anjuta
at-spi-1.6.6-i486-1frg [inst=no]: at-spi
atk-1.10.3-i486-1frg [inst=no]: atk
audiofile-0.2.6-i486-2frg [inst=no]: audiofile (audio support library)
autogen-5.7.2-i486-2frg [inst=no]: autogen
avidemux-2.0.42-i486-2frg [inst=no]: avidemux
avifile-0.7_0.7.43-i486-3frg [inst=no]: avifile
bakery-2.3.15-i486-2frg [inst=no]: bakery
balsa-2.3.4-i486-3frg [inst=no]: balsa
banshee- [inst=no]: banshee
beagle-0.1.2-i486-2frg [inst=no]: beagle
bluefish-1.0.4-i486-1frg [inst=no]: bluefish
bmp- [inst=no]: bmp - beep media player
bmpx-0.12.7-i486-1frg [inst=no]: bmpx
boo- [inst=no]: boo
bug-buddy-2.12.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: bug-buddy
cairo-1.0.2-i486-1frg [inst=yes]: cairo
clearlooks-0.6.2-i486-3frg [inst=no]: clearlooks
coaster- [inst=no]: coaster
contact-lookup-applet-0.13-i486-1frg [inst=no]: contact-lookup-applet
control-center-2.12.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: control-center
dasher-3.2.18-i486-2frg [inst=no]: dasher
dbus-0.50-i486-3frg [inst=yes]: dbus
dbus-sharp-0.50-i486-1frg [inst=no]: dbus-sharp
denu-2.3.2-i486-3frg [inst=no]: denu
desktop-file-utils-0.10-i486-2frg [inst=no]: desktop-file-utils
devhelp-0.9.3-i486-3frg [inst=no]: devhelp
dia-0.94-i486-3frg [inst=no]: dia
divx4linux-5.0.5-i486-2frg [inst=no]: divx4linux
drivel-2.0.2-i486-2frg [inst=no]: drivel
dvgrab-1.8-i486-1frg [inst=no]: dvgrab
easytag-1.99.9-i486-1frg [inst=no]: easytag
eel-2.12.1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: eel
enchant-1.2.0-i486-1frg [inst=no]: enchant
eog-2.12.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: eog
epiphany-1.8.2-i486-2frg [inst=no]: epiphany (GNOME web browser)
epiphany-extensions-1.8.1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: epiphany-extensions
esound-0.2.36-i486-3frg [inst=no]: esound (Enlightened Sound Daemon)
evince-0.4.0-i486-2frg [inst=no]: evince
evolution-2.4.1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: evolution
evolution-caldav- [inst=no]: evolution-caldav
evolution-data-server- [inst=no]: evolution-data-server
evolution-exchange-2.4.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: evolution-exchange
evolution-webcal-2.4.1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: evolution-webcal
ExtUtils-Depends-0.205-i486-2frg [inst=no]: ExtUtils-Depends
ExtUtils-PkgConfig-1.07-i486-2frg [inst=no]: ExtUtils-PkgConfig
faac-1.24-i486-2frg [inst=no]: faac
faad2-2.0-i486-4frg [inst=no]: FAAD
ffmpeg-0.4.9pre1-i486-3frg [inst=no]: ffmpeg
file-roller-2.12.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: file-roller
frg-artwork-1.0.2-i486-3frg [inst=no]: frg-artwork
frg-firefox-libs-2.12.0-noarch-1frg [inst=no]: frg-firefox-libs
frg-version-2.12.1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: frg-version
frgnome-2.12.0-i486-1frg [inst=no]: Freerock GNOME - The GNOME desktop environment meta package
frgnome-bindings-2.12.0-i486-1frg [inst=no]: frg-gnome-bindings - GNOME bindings meta package
frgnome-bindings-c++-2.12.0-i486-1frg [inst=no]: frgnome-bindings-c++ - GNOME bindings for C++ meta package
frgnome-bindings-perl-2.12.0-i486-1frg [inst=no]: frgnome-bindings-perl - GNOME bindings for Perl meta package
frgnome-bindings-python-2.12.0-i486-2frg [inst=no]: frgnome-bindings-python - GNOME bindings for Python meta package
frgnome-desktop-2.12.0-i486-1frg [inst=no]: frgnome-desktop - GNOME desktop meta package
frgnome-desktop-reqs-2.12.0-i486-1frg [inst=no]: frgnome-desktop-reqs - Required software for GNOME
frgnome-office-2.12.0-i486-3frg [inst=no]: frgnome-office - GNOME office meta package
frgnome-other-2.12.0-i486-1frg [inst=no]: frgnome-other - GNOME other meta package
frgnome-platform-2.12.0-i486-2frg [inst=no]: frgnome-platform - GNOME Platform metapackage
frgnome-themes-2.12.0-i486-2frg [inst=no]: frgnome-themes - GNOME themes meta package
fribidi-0.10.7-i486-1frg [inst=no]: fribidi
gail-1.8.6-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gail
gaim-1.5.0-i486-3frg [inst=no]: gaim
gal2-2.5.3-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gal2
galeon-1.3.21-i486-4frg [inst=no]: galeon (GNOME web browser)
gamin-0.1.5-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gamin
gc-6.4-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gc
gcalctool-5.6.31-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gcalctool (calculator application)
gconf-2.12.1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gconf
gconf-editor-2.12.0-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gconf-editor
gconfmm-2.12.0-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gconfmm
gDesklets-0.35.2-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gDesklets
gdl-0.6.0-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gdl - Gnome Devtool Libraries
gdm- [inst=no]: gdm
gecko-sharp-2.0-0.11-i486-1frg [inst=no]: Gecko-Sharp
gedit-2.12.1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gedit
gftp-2.0.18-i486-3frg [inst=no]: gftp
ggv-2.12.0-i486-1frg [inst=no]: ggv
ghex-2.8.1-i486-3frg [inst=no]: ghex
gimp-2.2.9-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gimp (The GNU Image Manipulation Program)
gimp-2.3.5-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gimp (The GNU Image Manipulation Program)
glade-2.12.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: glade
Glib-1.093-i486-1frg [inst=no]: Glib
glib2-2.8.4-i486-1frg [inst=no]: glib2 (library of C routines)
glibmm-2.8.1-i486-1frg [inst=yes]: glibmm
glitz-0.4.4-i486-1frg [inst=yes]: glitz
gmime-2.1.16-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gmime
gmime-sharp-2.1.16-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gmime-sharp
gnome-applets-2.12.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gnome-applets
gnome-audio-2.0.0-noarch-2frg [inst=no]: gnome-audio
gnome-backgrounds-2.12.1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gnome-backgrounds
gnome-blog-0.9-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gnome-blog
gnome-build-0.1.2-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gnome-build
gnome-common-2.12.0-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gnome-common
gnome-cups-manager-0.30-i486-3frg [inst=no]: gnome-cups-manager
gnome-desktop-2.12.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gnome-desktop
gnome-doc-utils-0.4.3-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gnome-doc-utils
gnome-extra-themes-1.0.1-noarch-6frg [inst=no]: gnome-extra-themes
gnome-games-2.12.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gnome-games
gnome-icon-theme-2.12.1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gnome-icon-theme
gnome-keyring-0.4.6-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gnome-keyring
gnome-keyring-manager-2.12.0-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gnome-keyring-manager
gnome-mag-0.12.2-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gnome-mag
gnome-media-2.12.0-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gnome-media
gnome-menus-2.12.0-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gnome-menus
gnome-mime-data-2.4.2-i486-3frg [inst=no]: gnome-mime-data
gnome-netstatus-2.12.0-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gnome-netstatus
gnome-nettool-1.4.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: GNOME interface for various networking tools
gnome-panel-2.12.1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gnome-panel
gnome-pilot-2.0.13-i486-3frg [inst=no]: gnome-pilot
gnome-pilot-conduits-2.0.13-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gnome-pilot-conduits
gnome-pkgtool-0.5.2-i486-3frg [inst=no]: gnome-pkgtool
gnome-power-manager- [inst=no]: gnome-power-manager
gnome-python-2.12.1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gnome-python
gnome-python-extras-2.12.1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gnome-python-extras
gnome-screensaver-0.0.20-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gnome-screensaver
gnome-session-2.12.0-i486-3frg [inst=no]: gnome-session
gnome-speech-0.3.9-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gnome-speech
gnome-spell-1.0.6-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gnome-spell
gnome-system-monitor-2.12.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gnome-system-monitor
gnome-system-tools-1.4.0-i486-4frg [inst=no]: gnome-system-tools
gnome-terminal-2.12.0-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gnome-terminal
gnome-themes-2.12.1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gnome-themes
gnome-themes-extras-0.8.1-i486-5frg [inst=no]: gnome-themes-extras
gnome-user-share-0.8-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gnome-user-share
gnome-utils-2.12.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gnome-utils
gnome-vfs- [inst=no]: gnome-vfs
gnome-vfsmm-2.12.0-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gnome-vfsmm
gnome-volume-manager-1.4.0-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gnome-volume-manager
Gnome2-1.023-i486-2frg [inst=no]: Gnome2
Gnome2-Canvas-1.002-i486-2frg [inst=no]: Gnome2-Canvas
Gnome2-GConf-1.013-i486-1frg [inst=no]: Gnome2-GConf
gnome2-user-docs-2.8.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gnome2-user-docs
Gnome2-VFS-1.031-i486-1frg [inst=no]: Gnome2-VFS
gnomebaker-0.5.0-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gnomebaker
gnomemeeting-1.2.2-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gnomemeeting
gnopernicus-0.12.0-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gnopernicus
gnumeric-1.5.90-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gnumeric
goffice-0.0.4-i486-1frg [inst=no]: GOffice
gok-1.0.5-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gok
goobox-0.9.92-i486-2frg [inst=no]: goobox
gossip-0.9-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gossip
gpdf-2.10.0-i486-3frg [inst=no]: gpdf
gpgme-1.0.3-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gpgme
gphoto2-2.1.6-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gphoto2
gqview-2.0.1-i486-3frg [inst=no]: gqview
graphviz-2.4-i486-3frg [inst=no]: graphviz
graveman-0.3.12_4-i486-2frg [inst=no]: graveman
grip-3.3.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: grip
gslapt-0.3.8-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gslapt (GTK slapt-get, an APT like system for Slackware)
gst-ffmpeg-0.8.7-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gst-ffmpeg
gst-monkeysaudio-0.8.0-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gst-monkeysaudio
gst-plugins-0.8.11-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gst-plugins
gst-python-0.8.2-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gst-python
gstreamer-0.8.11-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gstreamer
gthumb-2.6.8-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gthumb
gtk+2-2.8.7-i486-1frg [inst=no]: GTK+ version 2
gtk-engines-2.6.5-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gtk-engines (GTK+ themes)
gtk-sharp-1.0.10-i486-1frg [inst=no]: GTK-Sharp
gtk-sharp2-2.4.0-i486-1frg [inst=no]: GTK-Sharp
Gtk2-1.093-i486-1frg [inst=no]: Gtk2
Gtk2-GladeXML-1.005-i486-2frg [inst=no]: Gtk2-GladeXML
gtkam-0.1.12-i486-4frg [inst=no]: gtkam
gtkhtml-3.8.1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gtkhtml
gtkmm-2.8.1-i486-1frg [inst=yes]: gtkmm
gtkpod-0.94.0-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gtkpod
gtksourceview-1.4.2-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gtksourceview
gtksourceview-sharp-2.0-0.10-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gtksourceview-sharp-2.0
gtkspell-2.0.11-i486-1frg [inst=no]: gtkspell
gucharmap-1.4.4-i486-2frg [inst=no]: gucharmap (character map utility)
hal-0.5.4-i486-4frg [inst=no]: hal (hardware abstraction layer)
heimdal-0.7-i486-1frg [inst=no]: heimdal
hicolor-icon-theme-0.8-i486-2frg [inst=no]: hicolor-icon-theme
howl-1.0.0-i486-1frg [inst=no]: howl
id3lib-3.8.3-i486-2frg [inst=no]: id3lib
ikvm-0.20-i486-1frg [inst=no]: ikvm
Imaging-1.1.5-i486-1frg [inst=no]: Imaging
inkscape-0.42.2-i486-2frg [inst=no]: inkscape
intltool-0.34.1-noarch-1frg [inst=no]: intltool
ipod-sharp-0.5.10-i486-1frg [inst=no]: ipod-sharp
iso-codes-0.49-noarch-1frg [inst=no]: iso-codes
istanbul-0.1.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: istanbul
kino-0.7.6-i486-5frg [inst=no]: kino
lame-3.96.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: lame - LAME Ain't an Mp3 Encoder
libart_lgpl-2.3.17-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libart_lgpl
libavc1394-0.5.1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: libavc1394
libbonobo-2.10.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libbonobo
libbonoboui-2.10.1-i486-3frg [inst=no]: libbonoboui
libburn-0.2-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libburn
libcap-1.10-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libcap
libcdaudio-0.99.12p2-i486-1frg [inst=no]: libcdaudio
libcddb-1.2.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libcddb
libcdio-0.76-i486-1frg [inst=no]: libcdio
libcoaster-0.1pre1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: libcoaster
libcroco-0.6.0-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libcroco (CSS2 parsing library)
libdv-0.104-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libdv
libdvbpsi4-0.1.5-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libdvbpsi4
libdvdcss-1.2.9-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libdvdcss (DVD access library)
libdvdnav-0.1.10-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libdvdnav
libdvdplay-1.0.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libdvdplay
libdvdread-0.9.4-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libdvdread (DVD access library)
libebml-0.7.3-i486-3frg [inst=no]: libebml
libesmtp-1.0.3r1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libesmtp
libexif-gtk-0.3.5-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libexif-gtk
libfame-0.9.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libfame
libgail-gnome-1.1.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libgail-gnome
libgcrypt-1.2.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libgcrypt
libgda-1.9.100-i486-1frg [inst=no]: libgda
libgdiplus-1.1.10-i486-1frg [inst=no]: libgdiplus
libglade-2.5.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libglade
libglademm-2.6.1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: libglademm
libgnome- [inst=no]: libgnome
libgnomecanvas-2.12.0-i486-1frg [inst=no]: libgnomecanvas
libgnomecanvasmm-2.12.0-i486-1frg [inst=no]: libgnomecanvasmm
libgnomecups-0.2.2-i486-1frg [inst=no]: libgnomecups
libgnomedb-1.9.100-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libgnomedb
libgnomemm-2.12.0-i486-1frg [inst=no]: libgnomemm
libgnomeprint-2.12.1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: libgnomeprint
libgnomeprintui-2.12.1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: libgnomeprintui
libgnomesu-1.0.0-i486-3frg [inst=no]: libgnomesu
libgnomeui-2.12.0-i486-1frg [inst=no]: libgnomeui
libgnomeuimm-2.12.0-i486-1frg [inst=no]: libgnomeuimm
libgpg-error-1.0-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libgpg-error
libgphoto2-2.1.6-i486-3frg [inst=no]: libgphoto2
libgsf-1.12.3-i486-1frg [inst=no]: libgsf
libgtkhtml-2.6.3-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libgtkhtml
libgtop-2.12.0-i486-1frg [inst=no]: libgtop
libidl-0.8.6-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libIDL
libipoddevice-0.3.5-i486-1frg [inst=no]: libipoddevice
libmatroska-0.7.5-i486-3frg [inst=no]: libmatroska
libmms-0.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libmms
libmovtar-0.1.3-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libmovtar
libmpcdec-1.2.1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: libmpcdec
libmusicbrainz-2.1.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libmusicbrainz
libnotify-0.2.2-i486-1frg [inst=no]: libnotify
liboil-0.3.3-i486-1frg [inst=no]: liboil
libquicktime-0.9.7-i486-3frg [inst=no]: libquicktime
libraw1394-1.1.0-i486-1frg [inst=no]: libraw1394
librsvg-2.12.7-i486-1frg [inst=no]: librsvg
libsamplerate-0.1.2-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libsamplerate
libsigc++-2.0.16-i486-2frg [inst=yes]: libsigc++
libsndfile-1.0.12-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libsndfile
libsoup- [inst=no]: libsoup
libtheora-1.0alpha5-i486-1frg [inst=no]: libtheora
libvisual-0.2.0-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libvisual
libvisual-plugins-0.2.0-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libvisual-plugins
libwmf- [inst=no]: libwmf
libwnck-2.12.1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: libwnck
libwpd-0.8.0-i486-2frg [inst=no]: libwpd
libxklavier-2.0-i486-3frg [inst=no]: libxklavier
libxml++-2.12.0-i486-1frg [inst=no]: libxml++
libxml2-2.6.22-i486-1frg [inst=no]: libxml2 (XML parser library)
libxslt-1.1.15-i486-1frg [inst=no]: libxslt (XML transformation library)
liferea-1.0_RC3-i486-1frg [inst=no]: liferea
lock-keys-applet-1.0-i486-2frg [inst=no]: no description
loudmouth-1.0.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: loudmouth
mail-notification-1.1-i486-4frg [inst=no]: mail-notification
mail-notification-2.0-i486-3frg [inst=no]: mail-notification
mergeant-0.62-i486-2frg [inst=no]: mergeant
metacity-2.12.1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: metacity
metacity-2.12.1p-i486-1frg [inst=no]: metacity
mjpegtools-1.6.2-i486-2frg [inst=no]: mjpegtools
mono-1.1.10-i486-1frg [inst=no]: Mono
monodevelop-0.8-i486-2frg [inst=no]: monodevelop
monodoc-1.1.10-i486-1frg [inst=no]: MonoDoc
mpeg2dec-0.4.0b-i486-2frg [inst=no]: mpeg2dec
mpeg4ip-1.3-i486-2frg [inst=no]: mpeg4ip
nautilus-2.12.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: nautilus
nautilus-cd-burner-2.12.1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: nautilus-cd-burner
nautilus-open-terminal-0.4-i486-1frg [inst=no]: nautilus-open-terminal
nautilus-python-0.4.0-i486-1frg [inst=no]: nautilus-python
nautilus-sendto-0.4-i486-2frg [inst=no]: nautilus-sendto
notification-daemon-0.2.2-i486-1frg [inst=no]: notification-daemon
nvu-1.0-i486-2frg [inst=no]: nvu (a complete Web Authoring System)
openh323-1.15.6-i486-2frg [inst=no]: OpenH323
openh323-cvs-i486-1frg [inst=no]: OpenH323
openldap-2.2.27-i486-2frg [inst=no]: openldap
openslp-1.2.1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: openslp
orbit2-2.12.4-i486-2frg [inst=no]: orbit2
ots-0.4.2-i486-2frg [inst=no]: ots - Open Text Summarizer
pango-1.10.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: pango
pessulus-0.2-i486-1frg [inst=no]: pessulus
pkg-config-0.20-i486-1frg [inst=no]: pkg-config
planner-0.13-i486-3frg [inst=no]: planner
polypaudio-0.7-i486-2frg [inst=no]: polypaudio
poppler-0.4.2-i486-1frg [inst=no]: poppler
present-0.0.3-i486-1frg [inst=no]: present
psiconv-0.9.7-i486-2frg [inst=no]: psiconv
pstoedit-3.42-i486-1frg [inst=no]: pstoedit
pwlib-1.8.7-i486-2frg [inst=no]: pwlib - Portable Windows Libaray
pwlib-cvs-i486-1frg [inst=no]: pwlib - Portable Windows Libaray
pygtk-2.8.2-i486-1frg [inst=no]: pygtk
pyorbit-2.0.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: pyorbit
Pyrex-0.9.3-i486-2frg [inst=no]: Pyrex
pyxdg-0.15-i486-1frg [inst=no]: pyxdg
PyXML-0.8.4-i486-2frg [inst=no]: PyXML
rhythmbox-0.9.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: rhythmbox
sabayon-2.12.1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: sabayon
scrollkeeper-0.3.14-i486-2frg [inst=no]: scrollkeeper
shared-mime-info-0.16-i486-1frg [inst=no]: shared-mime-info
skencil-0.6.16-i486-2frg [inst=no]: skencil
slapt-get-0.9.10d-i486-2frg [inst=no]: slapt-get (APT like system for Slackware)
smeg-0.7.5-i486-2frg [inst=no]: smeg
sound-juicer-2.12.2-i486-2frg [inst=no]: sound-juicer
sqlite2-2.8.16-i486-1frg [inst=no]: sqlite2
sqlite3-3.2.7-i486-1frg [inst=no]: sqlite3
startup-notification-0.8-i486-2frg [inst=no]: startup-notification
streamripper-1.61.8-i486-2frg [inst=no]: streamripper
streamtuner-0.99.99-i486-5frg [inst=no]: streamtuner
swfdec-0.3.5-i486-2frg [inst=no]: swfdec
sylpheed-2.0.4-i486-1frg [inst=no]: sylpheed
sylpheed-claws-1.9.12-i486-1frg [inst=no]: sylpheed-claws
system-tools-backends-1.4.0-i486-2frg [inst=no]: system-tools-backends
thoggen-0.4.1-i486-3frg [inst=no]: thoggen
totem-1.2.0-i486-2frg [inst=no]: totem
totem-1.2.0xine-i486-2frg [inst=no]: totem
transcode-1.0.0-i486-1frg [inst=no]: transcode
udev-070-i486-3frg [inst=no]: udev (dynamic device directory system)
vino-2.12.0-i486-2frg [inst=no]: vino
vte-0.11.15-i486-1frg [inst=no]: vte
x-cursor-theme-jimmac-20030906-noarch-3frg [inst=no]: Jimmac cursor theme for X
xchat-2.6.0-i486-1frg [inst=no]: xchat
xscreensaver-4.22-i486-4frg [inst=no]: xscreensaver (a screen saver and locker for X)
xvidcore-1.0.3-i486-2frg [inst=no]: xvidcore
yelp-2.12.1-i486-3frg [inst=no]: yelp
zenity-2.12.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: zenity

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Docker 1.13, Containers, and DevOps

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Kernel Space/Linux

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Graphics in Linux

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Android Leftovers

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