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VectorLinux SOHO 5.1rc2 Package List

Esetroot-20030422-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: Esetroot
ImageMagick-6.2.4-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: ImageMagick (image manipulation package)
MPlayer-1.0pre7try2-noarch-4vl5 [inst=yes]: multi platform video player
MPlayer-extralite-20040916-i386-4vl5 [inst=yes]: mplayer-extralite (mplayer engines)
OpenEXR-1.2.2-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: OpenEXR (A high-dynamic-range image file library)
PyQt-3.15-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: ED: qt >= 3.3.4
SDL-1.2.8-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: SDL (Games library)
SDL_gfx-2.0.12-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: SDL_gfx (SDL graphics drawing primitives)
SDL_image-1.2.3-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: SDL_image (Games library)
SDL_mixer-1.2.5-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: SDL_mixer (Games Library)
SDL_net-1.2.5-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: SDL_net (Games Library)
SDL_perl-1.19.2-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: SDL-Perl (Games Library)
SDL_ttf-2.0.6-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: SDL_ttf (Games Library)
WINGs-0.80.2-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: WINGs (GUI Widget set)
XML-Parser-2.34-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: XML::Parser (Perl extension)
Xdialog-2.1.1-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: Xdialog
XwmMenu-1.1-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]:
a2ps-4.13b-i386-2 [inst=yes]: a2ps (any to PostScript filter)
a52dec-0.7.4-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: LIBA52 (decoder for ATSC A/52 streams)
aaa_base-10.1.0-noarch-2 [inst=yes]: aaa_base (Basic Linux filesystem package)
aaa_elflibs-10.1.0-i486-1 [inst=yes]: aaa_elflibs (shared libraries needed by many programs)
aalib-1.4rc5-i386-1 [inst=yes]: aalib (ASCII Art library) _1l1vlvlvlvlvlvlvlvlvvl=.
acpid-1.0.4-i486-2 [inst=yes]: acpid (ACPI daemon)
alsa-lib-1.0.9-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: Supporting libraries for the alsa sound drivers
alsa-oss-1.0.9-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: oss supoert for alsa drivers etc
alsa-utils-1.0.9a-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: Utilitie for the alsa sound system
anacron-2.3-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: anacron (a periodic command scheduler)
apmd-3.0.2-i386-1 [inst=yes]: apmd (Advanced Power Management daemon)
arts-1.4.2-i586-5vl5 [inst=yes]: arts (Analog Realtime Synthesizer)
aspell-0.60-i486-2 [inst=yes]: aspell (spell checker)
aspell-en-6.0_0-noarch-2 [inst=yes]: aspell-en
aterm-0.4.2-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: ATerm (fancy transparant terminal)
atk-1.9.0-i486-1 [inst=yes]: atk
audiofile-0.2.6-i486-1 [inst=yes]: audiofile (audio support library)
autoconf-2.59-noarch-1 [inst=yes]: autoconf (generate configuration scripts)
autofs-3.1.7-i386-1 [inst=yes]: autofs (kernel-based automounter)
automake-1.9.4-noarch-1 [inst=yes]: automake (a Makefile generator)
bash-3.0-i486-2 [inst=yes]: bash (sh-compatible shell)
bc-1.06-i386-2 [inst=yes]: bc (An arbitrary precision calculator language)
beaver-0.2.7-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: : gtk+ >= 1.2.10
bin86-0.16.15-i486-1 [inst=yes]: bin86 (8086 assembler/loader)
bin-9.2.0-i486-2 [inst=yes]: bin (some common system utilities)
binutils- [inst=yes]: binutils (GNU binary development tools)
bison-1.35-i386-1 [inst=yes]: bison (parser generator similar to yacc)
bluefish-1.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: gtk+2 >= 2.6.1
byacc-1.9-i386-1 [inst=yes]: byacc (Berkeley Yacc parser generator)
bzip2-1.0.2-i486-5 [inst=yes]: bzip2 (a block-sorting file compressor)
ccache-2.4-i486-1 [inst=yes]: ccache (a fast compiler cache)
cdparanoia-IIIalpha9.8-i386-1 [inst=yes]: cdparanoia (digital audio extraction tool)
cdrdao-1.1.9-i486-1 [inst=yes]: cdrdao (CD burning utility)
cdrtools-2.0.3-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: cdrtools (CD creation tools)
checkinstall-1.6.0beta4.p5-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: checkinstall (install tracker and package maker)
coreutils-5.2.1-i486-1 [inst=yes]: coreutils (core GNU utilities)
cpio-2.5-i386-1 [inst=yes]: cpio (backup and archiving utility)
cups-1.1.23-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: CUPS (Common UNIX Printing System)
curl-7.12.2-i486-1 [inst=yes]: curl
cxxlibs-5.0.6-i486-1 [inst=yes]: cxxlibs (C++ shared library compatibility package)
cyrus-sasl-2.1.20-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: cyrus-sasl
dar-2.2.2-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: dar (Disk Archive utility)
db31-3.1.17-i486-1 [inst=yes]: db31 (Berkeley database library version 3.1)
db3-3.3.11-i486-4 [inst=yes]: db3 (Berkeley database library version 3)
db4-4.2.52-i486-2 [inst=yes]: db4 (Berkeley database library version 4)
dbh-1.0.20-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: dbh (XFCE4 basic library)
dboxfe-0.0.5-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: dboxfe (a DosBOX front end)
dcron-2.3.3-i386-4 [inst=yes]: dcron (Dillon's Cron daemon)
devs-2.3.1-noarch-21 [inst=yes]: devs (system device files)
dhcpcd-1.3.22pl4-i386-1 [inst=yes]: dhcpcd (DHCP client daemon)
diffutils-2.8.1-i386-1 [inst=yes]: diffutils (finds differences between files)
digikam-0.7.4-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: digikam (digital photo management application)
digikamimageplugins-0.7.4-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: digikamimageplugins (plugins for digiKam)
dillo-0.8.4-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: D: glib >= 1.2.10
disktype-7-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: disktype (disk type detection)
dosbox-0.63-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: dosbox (a DOS emulator)
dvd+rw-tools- [inst=yes]: dvd+rw-tools
e2fsprogs-1.35-i486-1 [inst=yes]: e2fsprogs
elvis-2.2_0-i486-2 [inst=yes]: elvis
enchant-1.1.5-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: libenchant (Generic spell checking library)
esound-0.2.35-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: esound (Enlightened Sound Daemon)
espgs-8.15.1-i586-5vl5 [inst=yes]: D: libjpeg >= 6b
etc-5.1-noarch-9 [inst=yes]: etc (system configuration files)
expat-1.95.7-i486-1 [inst=yes]: expat
expect-5.41.0-i486-1 [inst=yes]: expect
faac-1.24-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: FAAC - Freeware Advanced Audio Coder
faad2-20040923-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: FAAD2 (Freeware Advanced Audio (AAC) Decoder)
findutils-4.1.7-i386-1 [inst=yes]: findutils (utilities to locate files)
firefox-1.15-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: small fast multipurpose web browser from mozilla group. This
flac-1.1.1-i486-1 [inst=yes]: flac (Free Lossless Audio Codec)
flex-2.5.4a-i486-2 [inst=yes]: flex (fast lexical analyzer generator)
floppy-5.4-i386-3 [inst=yes]: floppy (floppy disk utilities)
fribidi-0.10.4-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: FriBidi (Arabic & Hebrew alphabets support)
gaim-1.3.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: All purpose messaging client based on the gtk-2 widget set. Supports
gamix-1.99.p14-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: GTK ALSA audio mixer
gawk-3.1.4-i486-1 [inst=yes]: gawk (pattern scanning and processing language)
gcc-3.3.4-i486-1 [inst=yes]: gcc (Base GCC package with C support)
gcc-g++-3.3.4-i486-1 [inst=yes]: gcc-g++ (C++ for GCC)
gd-2.0.25-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: GD (Graphic Utility)
gdb-6.3-i486-1 [inst=yes]: gdb (the GNU symbolic debugger)
gdbm-1.8.3-i486-3 [inst=yes]: gdbm (GNU database routines)
gdk-pixbuf-0.17.0-i386-1 [inst=yes]: gdk-pixbuf
gettext-0.14.1-i486-1 [inst=yes]: gettext
gettext-tools-0.14.1-i486-2 [inst=yes]: gettext-tools
getty-ps-2.1.0-i386-1 [inst=yes]: getty-ps
gftp1-2.0.17_gtk1-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: D: bash >= 3.0
gimp-2.2.1-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: ED: gtk+2 >= 2.4.13
gimp-print-4.2.7-i486-1 [inst=yes]: gimp-print (IJS printer driver for Ghostscript and CUPS)
gkrellm-2.2.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: glib2 >= 2.6.1
gle-3.0.7-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: GLE
glib-1.2.10-i386-2 [inst=yes]: glib (library of C routines)
glib2-2.6.1-i486-1 [inst=yes]: glib2 (library of C routines)
glibc-2.3.4-i486-1 [inst=yes]: glibc (GNU C libraries)
glibc-i18n-2.3.4-noarch-1 [inst=yes]: glibc-i18n (locale files from glibc)
glibc-solibs-2.3.4-i486-1 [inst=yes]: glibc-solibs (shared GNU C libraries)
glibc-zoneinfo-2.3.4-noarch-1 [inst=yes]: glibc-zoneinfo (time zone database)
glut-3.7-i486-1 [inst=yes]: glut (3D graphics library)
gmp-4.1.4-i486-1 [inst=yes]: gmp (GNU multiple precision arithmetic library)
gnet-2.0.4-i486-1 [inst=yes]: gnet
gnu-gs-fonts-6.0-noarch-1 [inst=yes]: gnu-gs-fonts (fonts for the Ghostscript interpreter)
gnupg-1.2.7-i486-1 [inst=yes]: gnupg (The GNU Privacy Guard)
gnutls-0.9.91-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: gnutls-0.9.91
gpgme-0.3.16-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: GnoPG Made Easy is a library designed to make access to GnuPG easier
gpgme-1.0.2-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: gnupg made easy
gphoto2-2.1.6-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: gphoto2 (command-line frontend to libgphoto2)
gpm-1.19.6-i486-6 [inst=yes]: gpm (general purpose mouse server)
gqview-2.0.0-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: image viewer based on gtk2 with thumbnails and such
graphviz-2.2.1-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: Graphviz - Graph Drawing Programs
grep-2.5-i386-2 [inst=yes]: grep (print lines matching a pattern)
groff-1.17.2-i386-3 [inst=yes]: groff (document formatting system)
grun-0.9.2-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: gRun (application launcher)
gslapt-0.3.9-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: gslapt (GTK slapt-get, an APT like system for Slackware)
gsoko-0.4.2-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: D: bash >= 3.0
gtans-1.2-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: D: gtk+ >= 1.2.10
gtk+-1.2.10-i386-3 [inst=yes]: gtk+ (graphical user interface toolkit)
gtk+2-2.6.1-i486-2 [inst=yes]: GTK+ version 2
gtkboard-0.11pre0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: gtk+ >= 1.2.10
gtk-qt-engine-0.6-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: GTK-Qt Theme Engine is a project to unify the GTK
gtk-smooth-engine-0.5-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: gtk-smooth-engine (theme for GTK1)
gtk-smooth-engine2-0.5-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: .6.1
gtkspell-2.0.10-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: gtk spell check frontend
gtk-theme-switch-1.0.1-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: GTK1 theme switcher
gtk-theme-switch2-2.0.0rc2-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: 2.4.13
gtk-xfce-engine-2.2.5-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: = 2.6.1
gucharmap-1.4.3-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: featureful unicode charactermap
gv-3.5.8-i386-4vl5 [inst=yes]: IRED: xaw3d >= 1.5
gwenview-1.2.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: gwenview (an image viewer for KDE)
gxset-0.3-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: gxset (X-Window setter)
gzip-1.3.3-i386-2 [inst=yes]: gzip (file compression utility)
hdparm-5.8-i486-1 [inst=yes]: hdparm (read/set hard drive parameters)
host-20031203-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: host (DNS query tools)
hotplug-2004_09_23-noarch-4vl5 [inst=yes]: hotplug (scripts to detect and configure hardware devices)
hwdata-0.117-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: HWDATA (hardware info database)
imlib-1.9.15-i486-1 [inst=yes]: imlib
imlib2-1.1.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: imlib2 (Fast Graphics library)
inetd-1.79s-i486-7 [inst=yes]: inetd (Internet super-server)
infozip-5.51-i486-1 [inst=yes]: infozip (Info-ZIP's zip and unzip utilities)
iptables-1.2.11-i486-1 [inst=yes]: iptables (IP packet filter administration)
isapnptools-1.26-i386-1 [inst=yes]: isapnptools (ISA Plug-And-Play tools)
k3b-0.12.3-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: K3b (CD writing software for KDE 3)
k3bmonkeyaudioplugin-2.0-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: k3bmonkeyaudioplugin (an audio encoding plugin for k3b)
kaffeine-0.7.1-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: kaffeine (media player for KDE)
kbd-1.12-i486-2 [inst=yes]: kbd (keyboard maps and console fonts)
kchmviewer-1.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: kchmviewer (MS HTML help file viewer)
kdar-2.0.6-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: kdar (the KDE Disk archiver.)
kdeaccessibility-3.4.2-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: kdeaccessibility (KDE Accessibility Aids)
kdeaddons-3.4.2-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: kdeaddons (Add-Ons for KDE)
kdeadmin-3.4.2-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: kdeadmin (Adiministrative Tools for KDE)
kdeartwork-3.4.2-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: kdeartwork (Artwork for the K Desktop Environment (KDE))
kdebase-3.4.2-i586-5vl5 [inst=yes]: kdebase (KDE base package)
kdebindings-3.4.2-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: kdebindings (Non-C++ bindings for KDE)
kde-custom-5.1.0-noarch.4vl5 [inst=yes]:
kdegames-3.4.2-i586-5vl5 [inst=yes]: kdegames (games for the K Desktop Environment)
kdegraphics-3.4.2-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: kdegraphics (Graphical Applications written for the K Desktop Environment (KDE))
kdelibs-3.4.2-i586-5vl5 [inst=yes]: kdelibs (KDE libraries)
kdemultimedia-3.4.2-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: kdemultimedia (Multimedia for the K Desktop Environment (KDE))
kdenetwork-3.4.2-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: kdenetwork (KDE Network-related utilities)
kdepim-3.4.2-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: kdepim (KDE Personal Information Management Programs)
kde-theme-shine-5.1.0-noarch-4vl5 [inst=yes]: kde-theme-shine (Vector Linux theme for KDE)
kdetoys-3.4.2-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: kdetoys (Toy applications for KDE)
kdeutils-3.4.2-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: kdeutils (Utilities for the K Desktop Environment (KDE))
kdmtheme-0.9.1-i386-1 [inst=yes]: KDM theme manager
kernel-headers-2.4.29-noarch-4vl5 [inst=yes]: linux-header (Linux header files)
kernel-modules-2.4.29-i486-1 [inst=yes]: kernel-modules (Linux kernel modules)
kernel-sata-2.4.29-i486-4vl5 [inst=yes]: kernel-sata (Linux kernel + SATA)
kipi-plugins-0.1.0-beta2-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: kipi-plugins (imaging plugins for KDE libkipi)
kmymoney2-0.8-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: kmymoney2 (accounting software for KDE)
knemo-0.3.1-i586-5vl5 [inst=yes]: KNemo - the KDE Network Monitor
knocker-0.7.1-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: knocker (simple TCP scanner)
ktorrent-1.0-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: KTorrent (a BitTorrent Client for KDE)
l1394-0.2.6-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: l1394 (support library for 1394-equipped cameras)
lame-3.96-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: LAME (LAME Ain't an MP3 Encoder)
lcms-1.14-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: lcms (little cms engine)
less-382-i486-1 [inst=yes]: less (file pager)
lesstif-0.93.96-i486-1 [inst=yes]: lesstif (a free replacement for OSF/Motif(R))
libIDL-0.8.3-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: libIDL (Interface Definition Language library)
libao-0.8.5-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libao (Audio Output library)
libart_lgpl-2.3.16-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libart_lgpl
libcaca-0.9-i486-2 [inst=yes]: libcaca (Colour AsCii Art library)
libcddb-0.9.6-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: LIBCDDB (library to access data on CDDB servers)
libcdio-0.70-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: libcdio (CD-ROM access library)
libdvbpsi-20041028-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: libdvbpsi (demultiplexing library for satellite DVB stream)
libdvdcss-1.2.8-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: libdvdcss, a portable abstraction library for DVD decryption
libdvdnav-0.1.10-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: libdvdnav (DVD navigation library)
libdvdread-0.9.4-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: libdvdread (library for reading DVD-Video images)
libexif-0.6.11-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libexif
libgcrypt-1.1.43-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: libgcrypt -1.1.43
libglade-2.4.0-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libglade
libgpg-error-0.5-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: libgpg-error-0.5
libgphoto2-2.1.6-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: libgphoto2 (digital camera support library)
libgsf-1.9.1-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libgsf
libid3tag-0.15.1b-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libid3tag (ID3 tag manipulation library)
libidn-0.5.8-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libidn (GNU Internationalized Domain Name library)
libieee1284-0.2.8-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libieee1284
libjpeg-6b-i386-4 [inst=yes]: libjpeg (Independent JPEG Group's JPEG software)
libkexif-0.2.1-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: libkexif (library for manipulating EXIF informaton)
libkipi-0.1.1-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: libkipi (generic KDE image plug-in interface)
libmad-0.15.1b-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libmad (high-quality MPEG audio library)
libmal-0.40-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: libmal
libmng-1.0.5-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libmng (Multiple-image Network Graphics library)
libmpcdec-1.2.1-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: libmpcdec (decoder for musepack compressed audio data)
libmusicbrainz-2.1.1-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: libmusicbrainz (MusicBrainz Client Library)
libogg-1.1-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libogg (Ogg Bitstream library)
libpng-1.2.8-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libpng (Portable Network Graphics library)
libraw1394-1.1.0-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: libraw1394 (Streaming library for IEEE1394)
librsvg-2.7.1-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: libgsf >= 1.9.1
libsigc++-1.2.5-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: Libsigc++ (typesafe callback framework for C++)
libspeex-20031022-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: libspeex (voice codec)
libtasn1-0.2.6-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: libtasn1-0.2.6
libtermcap-1.2.3-i486-6 [inst=yes]: libtermcap
libtiff-3.7.1-i486-2 [inst=yes]: libtiff (a library for reading and writing TIFF files)
libtool-1.5.10-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libtool (a generic library support script)
libtunepimp-0.3.0-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: libtunepimp (music tagging library)
libungif-4.1.2-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libungif
libusb-0.1.8-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libusb (USB library)
libvisual-0.2.0-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: libvisual (audio visualisation library)
libvorbis-1.0.1-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libvorbis (Ogg Vorbis library)
libwmf- [inst=yes]: libwmf (WMF graphics format library)
libxfce4mcs-4.2.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: >= 6.8.2
libxfce4util-4.2.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: 2 >= 2.6.1
libxfcegui4-4.2.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: +2 >= 2.6.1
libxml2-2.6.16-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libxml2 (XML parser library)
libxslt-1.1.12-i486-1 [inst=yes]: libxslt (XML transformation library)
lilo-22.5.9-i486-2 [inst=yes]: lilo (Linux Loader)
linux_logo-4.01.vl-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: linux_logo (Text mode Tux with system info)
logrotate-3.6.8-i486-1 [inst=yes]: logrotate (system log rotation tool)
lprof-1.10-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: lprof - A profile construction set library
lynx-2.8.5rel.1-i486-2 [inst=yes]: Lynx (text mode browser)
m4-1.4.2-i486-1 [inst=yes]: m4 (an implementation of the UNIX macro processor)
mDNSResponder-0.87-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: mDNSResponder (multicast DNS network browsing libraries)
make-3.80-i386-1 [inst=yes]: make (GNU make utility to maintain groups of programs)
man-1.5m2-i486-1 [inst=yes]: man (format and display the on-line manual pages)
man-pages-1.64-noarch-1 [inst=yes]: man-pages (system documentation)
mc-4.6.0-i586-4vl [inst=yes]: mc (Midnight Commander file manager)
menueditor-0.1.3-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: MenuEditor (IceWM menu editor)
mhash-0.9.1-i486-1 [inst=yes]: mhash (Thread-safe hash library)
mingetty-0.9.4_p1-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: MinGeTTY (light getty login for console)
mkinitrd-1.0.1-i486-2 [inst=yes]: mkinitrd (make an initial ramdisk)
module-init-tools-3.1-i486-1 [inst=yes]: module-init-tools (kernel module utilities)
mozilla-nspr-1.7-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]:
mozilla-nss-1.7-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]:
mpeg_lib-1.3.1-i386-2 [inst=yes]: mpeg_lib (MPEG-1 video decoding library)
mpg321-0.2.10-i486-2 [inst=yes]: mpg321 (a command-line mp3 player)
mrxvt-0.3.13-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: D: x11 >= 6.8.1
nano-1.3.6-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: GNU nano
ncurses-5.4-i486-2 [inst=yes]: ncurses
nedit-5.5-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: D: lesstif >= 0.93.96
netpbm-10.18.12-i486-1 [inst=yes]: netpbm (graphics conversion utilities)
ogle-0.9.2-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: ogle (DVD player with support for DVD menus)
ogle_gui-0.9.2-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: ogle-gui (graphic frontend for ogle)
okle-0.4-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: okle (KDE frontend for ogle)
openldap-2.2.26-i486-2vl5 [inst=yes]: openldap
openoffice-2.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]:
openssh-3.9p1-i486-1 [inst=yes]: openssh (Secure Shell daemon and clients)
openssl-0.9.7e-i486-3 [inst=yes]: openssl (Secure Sockets Layer toolkit)
openssl-solibs-0.9.7e-i486-3 [inst=yes]: openssl-solibs (OpenSSL shared libraries)
orbit-0.5.17-i386-1 [inst=yes]: orbit
pango-1.8.0-i486-1 [inst=yes]: pango
pciutils-2.1.11-i486-5 [inst=yes]: pciutils (PCI utilities)
pcmcia-cs-3.2.8-i486-1 [inst=yes]: pcmcia-cs (laptop card support)
pcre-5.0-i486-1 [inst=yes]: pcre (Perl-compatible regular expression library)
perl-5.8.6-i486-1 [inst=yes]: perl (Practical Extraction and Report Language)
pidentd-3.0.18-i486-1 [inst=yes]: pidentd (TCP/IP IDENT protocol server)
pilot-link-0.11.8-i486-2 [inst=yes]: pilot-link
pkgconfig-0.15.0-i486-1 [inst=yes]: pkgconfig
pkgtools-10.1.0-i486-4 [inst=yes]: pkgtools (The Slackware package maintenance system)
pmake-2.1.35-i386-2 [inst=yes]: pmake (BSD parallel make)
popt-1.7-i386-1 [inst=yes]: popt (command line parsing library)
portmap-5.0-i486-1 [inst=yes]: portmap (a daemon to manage RPC connections)
ppp-2.4.2-i486-2 [inst=yes]: ppp (Point-to-Point Protocol)
procmail-3.15.2-i386-1 [inst=yes]: procmail (mail processing and local delivery program)
procps-3.2.3-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-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: IRED: cxxlibs >= 5.0.6
raidtools-1.00.3-i386-1 [inst=yes]: raidtools (software RAID tools)
readline-4.3-i486-3 [inst=yes]: readline (line input library with editing features)
reiserfsprogs-3.6.18-i486-1 [inst=yes]: reiserfsprogs
rpm-4.2.1-i486-3 [inst=yes]: rpm
rp-pppoe-3.5-i386-1 [inst=yes]: rp-pppoe (Roaring Penguin PPPoE client)
rsync-2.6.3-i486-1 [inst=yes]: rsync
samba-3.0.21a-i486-4vl5 [inst=yes]: D: bash >= 3.0
sane-backends-1.0.16-i586-6vl5 [inst=yes]: >= 3.0
sane-frontends-1.0.14-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: sane-frontends (applications for SANE)
scribus-1.3.1-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: scribus (desktop publishing program for Linux)
sed-4.0.9-i486-2 [inst=yes]: sed (stream editor)
sg3_utils-1.10-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: sg3_utils (SCSI utilities)
shadow-4.0.3-i486-11 [inst=yes]: shadow (shadow password suite)
shared-mime-info-0.15-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: shared-mime-info
sip-4.3.1-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: RED: cxxlibs >= 5.0.6
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)
sox-12.17.6-i486-1 [inst=yes]: sox (universal sound sample translator)
sqlite-2.8.6-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: SQLite (Embeddable SQL Database Engine)
startup-notification-0.6-i486-1 [inst=yes]: startup-notification
sudo-1.6.8p6-i486-1 [inst=yes]: sudo (give limited root privileges to certain users)
svgalib-1.4.3-i386-2 [inst=yes]: svgalib (Super-VGA Graphics Library)
sylpheed-claws-1.9.9-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: Sylpheed is an email client and news reader based on gtk+ running
sysklogd-1.4.1-i486-9 [inst=yes]: sysklogd (Linux system logging utilities)
syslinux-2.13-i486-1 [inst=yes]: syslinux (SYSLINUX/PXELINUX/ISOLINUX boot loaders)
sysvinit-2.84-i486-51 [inst=yes]: sysvinit (init, the parent of all processes)
t1lib-1.3.1-i386-2 [inst=yes]: t1lib (Type 1 font rasterizer library)
taglib-1.3.1-i486-1 [inst=yes]: taglib (audio meta-data library)
taglib-1.4-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: TagLib (Audio Meta-Data Library)
tar-1.15.1-i486-1 [inst=yes]: tar (archiving utility)
tcl-8.4.6-i486-1 [inst=yes]: tcl (Tool Command Language)
tclx-8.3.5-i386-1 [inst=yes]: tclx (Extended Tcl)
tcpip-0.17-i486-31 [inst=yes]: tcpip (TCP/IP networking programs and support files)
tea-7.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: RED: gtk+2 >= 2.6.1
tellico-1.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: tellico (collection manager)
texinfo-4.7-i486-1 [inst=yes]: texinfo (GNU software documentation system)
tidy-20050803-i586-2vl5 [inst=yes]: tidy (HTML fix-up utility)
traceroute-1.4a12-i386-2 [inst=yes]: traceroute (IP packet route tracing utility)
udev-071-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: udev (dynamic device directory system)
umsdos-progs-1.13-i386-1 [inst=yes]: umsdos-progs
unrpm-51_static-i386-4vl5 [inst=yes]: unrpm (rpm/tgz/deb/slp package converter)
usbutils-0.11-i486-2 [inst=yes]: usbutils (USB utilities)
utempter-1.1.1-i486-1 [inst=yes]: utempter (utmp updating library and utility)
util-linux-2.12p-i486-1 [inst=yes]: util-linux (a huge collection of essential utilities)
vasm2-5.0.11-noarch-4vl5 [inst=yes]: vasm2 (Vector Linux Configurators)
vlapt-5.0.9-noarch-4vl5 [inst=yes]: vecpkg (Vector Linux package utilities)
vlart-5.0.2-noarch-4vl5 [inst=yes]: VLART (Standard wallpapers and logos)
vldoc-5.0.0-noarch-4vl5 [inst=yes]: vldocs (Vector Linux documentations)
vlfix-pkgtools-5.0.1-noarch-4vl5 [inst=yes]: vlfix-pkgtools (fixes for pkgtools)
vlgui-5.0.4-noarch-4vl5 [inst=yes]: VL GUI (Basic Vector Linux GUI)
vlicons-noia-5.0.0-noarch-4vl5 [inst=yes]: vlicons-noia (Noia icons theme)
vlicons-nuvola-5.0.0-noarch-4vl5 [inst=yes]: vlicons-nuvola (Nuvola icons theme)
vlilo-stunning-5.0.0-noarch-4vl5 [inst=yes]: vlilo-stunning (LILO bitmap menu)
vlsetup-5.0-i386-4vl5 [inst=yes]: vlsetup (Vector Linux autodetection)
vorbis-tools-1.0.1-i486-3 [inst=yes]: vorbis-tools (Ogg Vorbis Tools)
vwireless-0.95-noarch-4vl5 [inst=yes]: vwireless (Vector Linux wireless configuration)
wget-1.9.1-i486-1 [inst=yes]: wget (a non-interactive network retriever)
wireless_tools-27-i586-vl5 [inst=yes]: Wireless Tools
wv2-0.2.2-i486-1 [inst=yes]: wv2 (MS Word document import library)
x11-6.8.2-i486-4 [inst=yes]: x11 (X11 base package)
x11-devel-6.8.2-i486-1 [inst=yes]: x11-devel (Libraries and other files for X programming)
x11-docs-6.8.2-noarch-1 [inst=yes]: x11-docs (text documentation for X)
x11-fonts-100dpi-6.8.2-noarch-1 [inst=yes]: x11-fonts-100dpi (100dpi screen fonts for the X Window System)
x11-fonts-cyrillic-6.8.2-noarch-1 [inst=yes]: x11-fonts-cyrillic (Cyrillic fonts for the X Window System)
x11-fonts-misc-6.8.2-noarch-1 [inst=yes]: x11-fonts-misc (fonts for the X Window System)
x11-fonts-scale-6.8.2-noarch-1 [inst=yes]: x11-fonts-scale (scalable screen fonts for the X Window System)
x11-xnest-6.8.2-i486-1 [inst=yes]: x11-xnest (a nested X server)
xaw3d-1.5-i386-3 [inst=yes]: xaw3d (3D version of libXaw)
xchat-2.4.1-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: xchat (Internet Relay Chat client)
xchm-1.1-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: xCHM - the CHM viewer for UNIX
xfcalendar-4.2.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: bxfcegui4 >= 4.2.0
xfce4-battery-plugin-0.2.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: >= 4.2.0
xfce4-custom-5.0.0-noarch-4vl5 [inst=yes]: >= 3.0
xfce4-iconbox-4.2.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: ce4mcs >= 4.2.0
xfce4-icon-theme-4.2.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: xfce4-icon-theme (XFCE4 sub system)
xfce4-mixer-4.2.1-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: sound mixer for xfce4 uses alsa sound as default
xfce4-netload-plugin-0.2.3-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: >= 4.2.0
xfce4-panel-4.2.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: xfcegui4 >= 4.2.0
xfce4-session-4.2.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: cegui4 >= 4.2.0
xfce4-systemload-plugin-0.3.4-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: 4.2.0
xfce4-systray-4.2.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: l2 >= 2.6.16
xfce4-toys-4.2.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: bxfcegui4 >= 4.2.0
xfce4-trigger-launcher-4.2.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: 4.2.0
xfce-mcs-manager-4.2.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: mcs >= 4.2.0
xfce-mcs-plugins-4.2.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: ui4 >= 4.2.0
xfce-utils-4.2.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: bxfcegui4 >= 4.2.0
xfdesktop-4.2.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: ibxfce4mcs >= 4.2.0
xffm-4.2.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: ED: libxfcegui4 >= 4.2.0
xfprint-4.2.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: libxfce4mcs >= 4.2.0
xfwm4-4.2.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: D: x11 >= 6.8.2
xfwm4-themes-4.2.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: xfwm4-themes (XFCE4 sub system)
xine-lib-1.0-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: bash >= 3.0
xine-ui-0.99.3-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: x11 >= 6.8.1
xisp-2.7-ix86-Linux-glibc2.1.3-i386-4vl5 [inst=yes]:
xlockmore-5.13-i486-1 [inst=yes]: xlockmore (screen locker for X)
xmms-1.2.10-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: ED: bash >= 3.0
xpdf-3.00-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: ED: t1lib >= 1.3.1
xsane-0.97-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: xsane (graphical scanning frontend)
xscreensaver-4.22-i586-4vl5 [inst=yes]: xscreensaver (X screen saver and locker)
zlib-1.2.2-i486-1 [inst=yes]: zlib (compression library)

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