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Mutagenix 2.6.14.2-1 Available Package List

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-0.9.11.1-i486-2frg [inst=no]: banshee
beagle-0.1.2-i486-2frg [inst=no]: beagle
bluefish-1.0.4-i486-1frg [inst=no]: bluefish
bmp-0.9.7.1-i486-1frg [inst=no]: bmp - beep media player
bmpx-0.12.7-i486-1frg [inst=no]: bmpx
boo-0.7.0.1921-i486-2frg [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-0.1.4.2-i486-1frg [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-2.3.99.2-i486-1frg [inst=no]: evolution-caldav
evolution-data-server-1.4.1.1-i486-1frg [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-2.8.0.6-i486-1frg [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-0.2.2.1-i486-4frg [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-2.12.1.1-i486-1frg [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-2.12.0.1-i486-1frg [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-2.2.6.1-i486-1frg [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-0.2.8.4-i486-1frg [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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  • Canonical at ISC High Performance 2022 | Ubuntu

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  • Access JFR data faster with Cryostat 2.1's new download APIs

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  • DrKonqi ❤️ coredumpd

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Programming Leftovers

  • Dirk Eddelbuettel: RcppAPT 0.0.9: Minor Update

    A new version of the RcppAPT package with the R interface to the C++ library behind the awesome apt, apt-get, apt-cache, … commands and their cache powering Debian, Ubuntu and the like arrived on CRAN earlier today. RcppAPT allows you to query the (Debian or Ubuntu) package dependency graph at will, with build-dependencies (if you have deb-src entries), reverse dependencies, and all other goodies. See the vignette and examples for illustrations.

  • Botonic: An open-source React framework for building Conversational apps
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  • gfldex: Reducing sets
  • What's In That String?

    One of the steps of debugging Perl can be to find out what is actually in a string. There are a number of more-or-less informative ways to do this, and I thought I would compare them. For this I used two short strings. The first was just the concatenation of the characters whose ordinals are 24 through 39; that is, 16 ASCII characters straddling the divide between control characters and printable characters. The second was a small variation on the first, made by removing the last character and appending "\N{U+100}" (a.k.a. "\N{LATIN CAPITAL A WITH MACRON}") to force the string's internal representation to be upgraded. The results given below include the version of the module used, the actual code snippet that generated the output, the output itself, and any comments I thought relevant. All subroutines used to dump strings are exportable except for those called as methods. The sample code makes fully-qualified calls because of duplication of subroutine names between different modules.

Security Leftovers

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  • The Linux Foundation's "security mobilization plan" [Ed: Making up numbers for a FUD campaign led by proprietary software companies that make back doors for the NSA]

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  • Our build and release infrastructure, and upcoming updates | F-Droid - Free and Open Source Android App Repository

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  • F-Droid: Our build and release infrastructure, and upcoming updates

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  • Tails 5.0 Linux users warned against using it "for sensitive information" [Ed: Microsoft-connected site shedding doubt on "Linux"]

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  • CISA Adds 34 Known Exploited Vulnerabilities to Catalog [Ed: Lots and lots of Microsoft. Actively exploited.]

    CISA has added 34 new vulnerabilities to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities Catalog, based on evidence of active exploitation. These types of vulnerabilities are a frequent attack vector for malicious cyber actors and pose significant risk to the federal enterprise. Note: to view the newly added vulnerabilities in the catalog, click on the arrow on the of the "Date Added to Catalog" column, which will sort by descending dates.

  • Google Releases Security Updates for Chrome

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  • Google has been DDoSing SourceHut for over a year

    Just now, I took a look at the HTTP logs on git.sr.ht. Of the past 100,000 HTTP requests received by git.sr.ht (representing about 2½ hours of logs), 4,774 have been requested by GoModuleProxy — 5% of all traffic. And their requests are not cheap: every one is a complete git clone. They come in bursts, so every few minutes we get a big spike from Go, along with a constant murmur of Go traffic. This has been ongoing since around the release of Go 1.16, which came with some changes to how Go uses modules. Since this release, following a gradual ramp-up in traffic as the release was rolled out to users, git.sr.ht has had a constant floor of I/O and network load for which the majority can be attributed to Go. I started to suspect that something strange was going on when our I/O alarms started going off in February 2021 (we eventually had to tune these alarms up above the floor of I/O noise generated by Go), correlated with lots of activity from a Go user agent. I was able to narrow it down with some effort, but to the credit of the Go team they did change their User-Agent to make more apparent what was going on. Ultimately, this proved to be the end of the Go team’s helpfulness in this matter.