Well, one ncurses solution is purp:Quote:>Does anyone know of a decent RPM manager -- something that I could use
>to 'browse' through and see what's installed ?
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> > Does anyone know of a decent RPM manager -- something that I could use
> > to 'browse' through and see what's installed ?
> > Cheers,
> > Len
> there's glint as a generic X aplication, or kdepackage for KDE.
> Luis Sousa.
What I liked about glint, was it's feature to show 'available' packages,
i.e. those downloaded on the HDD but not installed yet.
The GNOME rpm-manager (which btw automatically deleted glint during
install -- damn, I never asked it to!) just lists all packages in a certain
directory without sorting out the uninstalled ones. Or is it capable of
distinguishing the rpms by their status too? That would be nice.
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7. RPM Manager
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