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acpi-0.07-3tex
acpid-1.0.4-3tex
akode-2.0-1
alsaconf-1.0.11-1tex
alsa-plugins-1.0.10-1tex
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apmd-3.2.2-2tex
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arts-1.5.3-2tex
ash-0.3.8-7tex
at-3.1.8-12tex
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aumix-2.8-11mdk
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dbus-0.23.4-7tex
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dip-3.3.7o-20tex
dirmngr-0.5.5-1tex
dkms-2.0.10-1.pclo2005.mde
dkms-drm-2.0-57.pclo2005.mde
dkms-madwifi-060418-1.pclo2005.mde
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dmidecode-2.7-1tex
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drakconf-10.3-6tex
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eciadsl-usermode-0.10-1tex
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elfutils-0.84-1mdk
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enchant-1.2.3-1tex
esound-0.2.35-1tex
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foomatic-db-3.1-5tex
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