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SUSE Linux 10.1 RC2 non-oss add-on RPMlist

AdobeICCProfiles-2.0-10.noarch.rpm
IPAGothic-001.000-25.noarch.rpm
IPAMincho-001.000-25.noarch.rpm
IPAPGothic-5.0.3-13.noarch.rpm
IPAPMincho-001.000-25.noarch.rpm
IPAUIGothic-001.000-25.noarch.rpm
RealPlayer-10.0.7-7.i586.rpm
acroread-7.0.5-12.i586.rpm
agfa-fonts-2003.03.19-27.noarch.rpm
amarok-helix-1.3.8-31.i586.rpm
amarok-helix-backend-1.3.8-31.i586.rpm
antivir-2.1.5.24-10.i586.rpm
antivir-avguard-2.1.5.24-10.i586.rpm
ant-javamail-1.6.5-14.i586.rpm
arcad_eval-91-13.i586.rpm
atmel-firmware-1.3-13.noarch.rpm
banshee-engine-helix-0.10.9-11.i586.rpm
flash-player-7.0.63.0-5.i586.rpm
grass-5.0.3-26.i586.rpm
hbedv-dazuko-kmp-bigsmp-2.1.1_2.6.16_28-4.i586.rpm
hbedv-dazuko-kmp-default-2.1.1_2.6.16_28-4.i586.rpm
hbedv-dazuko-kmp-smp-2.1.1_2.6.16_28-4.i586.rpm
hbedv-dazuko-kmp-xen-2.1.1_2.6.16_28-4.i586.rpm
helix-dbus-server-0.2-10.i586.rpm
ipw3945d-1.7.18-5.i586.rpm
ipw-firmware-7-9.noarch.rpm
iscan-1.18.0.1-11.i586.rpm
iscan-firmware-1.18.0.1-9.i586.rpm
jaf-1.0.2-14.noarch.rpm
jaf-demo-1.0.2-14.noarch.rpm
jaf-javadoc-1.0.2-14.noarch.rpm
jaf-manual-1.0.2-14.noarch.rpm
jai-1.1.2.01-12.i586.rpm
java-1_4_2-sun-1.4.2.11-6.i586.rpm
java-1_4_2-sun-alsa-1.4.2.11-6.i586.rpm
java-1_4_2-sun-devel-1.4.2.11-6.i586.rpm
java-1_4_2-sun-jdbc-1.4.2.11-6.i586.rpm
java-1_4_2-sun-plugin-1.4.2.11-6.i586.rpm
java-1_5_0-sun-1.5.0_06-15.i586.rpm
java-1_5_0-sun-alsa-1.5.0_06-15.i586.rpm
java-1_5_0-sun-devel-1.5.0_06-15.i586.rpm
java-1_5_0-sun-jdbc-1.5.0_06-15.i586.rpm
java-1_5_0-sun-plugin-1.5.0_06-15.i586.rpm
javamail-1.3.3_01-9.noarch.rpm
javamail-demo-1.3.3_01-9.noarch.rpm
javamail-javadoc-1.3.3_01-9.noarch.rpm
javamail-manual-1.3.3_01-9.noarch.rpm
javamail-monolithic-1.3.3_01-9.noarch.rpm
jms-1.1-14.noarch.rpm
jms-javadoc-1.1-14.noarch.rpm
jmx-1.2.1-13.noarch.rpm
jmx-javadoc-1.2.1-13.noarch.rpm
jta-1.0.1-16.noarch.rpm
jta-javadoc-1.0.1-16.noarch.rpm
moneyplex-5.0-203.i586.rpm
opera-8.52-9.i586.rpm
pico-4.64-19.i586.rpm
pilot-4.64-19.i586.rpm
pine-4.64N-5.i586.rpm
pinepg-1.02-193.i586.rpm
planmaker-2006.1.25-8.i586.rpm
qlogic-firmware-1.0-10.noarch.rpm
sesam_srv-2.4.1-6.i586.rpm
smartlink-softmodem-2.9.10-40.i586.rpm
smartlink-softmodem-kmp-bigsmp-2.9.10_2.6.16_28-40.i586.rpm
smartlink-softmodem-kmp-default-2.9.10_2.6.16_28-40.i586.rpm
smartlink-softmodem-kmp-smp-2.9.10_2.6.16_28-40.i586.rpm
textmaker-2006.1.25-8.i586.rpm
ttf-founder-simplified-0.20040419-7.noarch.rpm
ttf-founder-traditional-0.20040419-7.noarch.rpm
xv-3.10a-1088.i586.rpm

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