List of Packages as Effective July 13, 2017. Package Name Version Proj Download URL Project URL PkgVer Download Link Description
1 3ddiag SUSE SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 for x86 Service Pack 1, A Tool to Verify the 3D Configuration
2 855resolution n/a Change video bios resolutions on laptops with Intel graphic chipsets
3 a2ps 4.14 GNU a2ps is an Any to PostScript filter. Of course it processes plain text files, but also pretty prints quite a few popular languages. Its slogan is precisely “ Do The Right Thing ”, which means that though it is highly configurable, everything was made so that a novice user can do complicated PostScript manipulations. For instance, it has the ability to delegate the processing of some files to other filters (such as groff, texi2dvi, dvips, gzip etc.), what allows a uniform treatment (n-up, page selection, duplex etc.) of heterogeneous files.
4 aaa_base 9 SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 for x86. This package installs several important configuration files. Central scripts like SuSEconfig are also in this package.
5 aalib 1.4.0 AAlib is an portable ascii art GFX library. If you wish to see some examples of AAlib technology, please browse AA-project homepage.
6 abrt 2.1.11 Automatic bug detection and reporting tool
7 accountsservice 0.6.25 D-Bus interfaces for querying and manipulating user account information
8 acct 6.5.5 When called with the name of an existing file as argument, accounting is turned on, records for each terminating process are appended to filename as it terminates. An argument of NULL causes accounting to be turned off.
9 acl 2.2.52 Description: Commands for Manipulating POSIX Access Control Lists
10 acpid 2.0.17 ACPID is a completely flexible, totally extensible daemon for delivering ACPI events. It listens on a file (/proc/acpi/event) and when an event occurs, executes programs to handle the event. The programs it executes are configured through a set of configuration files, which can be dropped into place by packages or by the admin.
11 adcli 0.8.1 adcli is a library and tool for joining an Active Directory domain using standard LDAP and Kerberos calls.
12 adhd 0.0.1 Google A/V Daemon
13 adminutil 1.1 AdminUtil is a set of utility functions written in C, which are divided into 2 groups: libadminutil and libadmsslutil. They are mainly used in the Admin Server / CGI services to communicate with the configuration Directory Server. It covers, e.g., login to Admin Server using the authentication with the Directory Server. AdminUtil also provides CGI utilities such as parsing GET/POST arguments. AdminUtil is needed to build the Admin Server.
14 adns 1.4 adns is a resolver library for C (and C++) programs, and a collection of useful DNS resolver utilities.
15 aes 11/1/2011 AES Cryptography implementation
16 aide 0.15.1 The Advanced Intrusion Detection Environment (AIDE) is a GPL licensed IDS. AIDE works by creating a database containing information about the files on your system. The database is created from rules laid out in the configuration file aide.conf. When AIDE is run, this database is referenced to check for changes. Any changes not permitted by the configuration file are reported.
17 akonadi 1.8.0 PIM Storage Service
18 alacarte 3.5.5 Alacarte (previously the Simple Menu Editor for GNOME or SMEG) is a menu editor for the GNOME desktop. It is part of the GNOME 2.16 release.’
19 alsa 1.0.28 The Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA) provides audio and MIDI functionality to the Linux operating system. ALSA has the following significant features:

Efficient support for all types of audio interfaces, from consumer sound cards to professional multichannel audio interfaces. Fully modularized sound drivers. SMP and thread-safe design. User space library (alsa-lib) to simplify application programming and provide higher level functionality. Support for the older Open Sound System (OSS) API, providing binary compatibility for most OSS programs.

20 alsa-plugins 1.0.25 ALSA extra plugins
21 alsa-tools The ALSA Tools package contains advanced tools for certain sound cards.
22 amanda 3.3.2 AMANDA, the Advanced Maryland Automatic Network Disk Archiver, is a backup system that allows the administrator of a LAN to set up a single master backup server to back up multiple hosts to a single large capacity tape or disk drive. Amanda uses native tools (such as GNUtar, dump) for backup and can back up a large number of workstations running multiple versions of Unix/Mac OS X/Linux/Windows.
23 amarok 2.6.0 Amarok ( /?m?r?k/)[2] is a free software music player for Linux and other varieties of Unix, as well as Windows since version 2.0 (through KDE for Windows). It makes use of the KDE Platform, but is released independently of the central KDE Software Compilation release cycle.
24 amarok-xine 1.3 This package provides the xine engine for amarok, which you may prefer for some reason over the other engines (e.g., it is the lightest engine Dependency-wise).
25 amavisd-new 2.8.0 amavisd-new is a high-performance interface between mailer (MTA) and content checkers: virus scanners, and/or SpamAssassin. It is written in Perl for maintainability, without paying a significant price for speed. It talks to MTA via (E)SMTP or LMTP, or by using helper programs. Best with Postfix, fine with dual-sendmail setup and Exim v4, works with sendmail/milter, or with any MTA as a SMTP relay. For Courier and qmail MTA integration there is a patch in the distributed package.
26 ami n/a The Amazon Linux AMI is a supported and maintained Linux image provided by Amazon Web Services for use on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2). It is designed to provide a stable, secure, and high performance execution environment for applications running on Amazon EC2. It also includes several packages that enable easy integration with AWS, including launch configuration tools and many popular AWS libraries and tools. Amazon Web Services also provides ongoing security and maintenance updates to all instances running the Amazon Linux AMI. The Amazon Linux AMI is provided at no additional charge to Amazon EC2 users.
27 am-utils 6.2a2 Am-utils is the next generation of the popular BSD automounter, amd. Am-utils includes many additional updates, ports, programs, features (such as NFS V.3 support and shared libraries), bug fixes, and more.
28 anaconda 26.8 Anaconda is a fairly sophisticated installer. It supports installation from local and remote sources such as CDs and DVDs, images stored on a hard drive, NFS, HTTP, and FTP. Installation can be scripted with kickstart to provide a fully unattended installation that can be duplicated on scores of machines. It can also be run over VNC on headless machines. A variety of advanced storage devices including LVM, RAID, iSCSI, and multipath are supported from the partitioning program. anaconda provides advanced debugging features such as remote logging, access to the python interactive debugger, and remote saving of exception dumps.
29 anacron 2.3 anacron is a computer program that performs periodic command scheduling which is traditionally done by cron, but without assuming that the system is running continuously. Thus, it can be used to control the execution of daily, weekly, and monthly jobs (or anything with a period of n days) on systems that don’t run 24 hours a day. anacron was originally conceived and implemented by Christian Schwarz in Perl, for the Unix operating system. The current implementation, in C, was written by Itai Tzur and is actively maintained by Sean ‘Shaleh’ Perry.
30 android-base 2.3.5r1 Android framework classes and services
31 android-bluetooth 2.3.5r1 Android bluetooth tools
32 android-build 2.3.5r1 Android build system
33 android-core git clone minimal bootable environment
34 android-ex 2.3.5r1 Android EX framework
35 android-netd 2.3.5r1 Android network daemon
36 android-sdk 2.3.5r1 Development tools for the Android SDK
37 android-vold 2.3.5r1 Android volume manager
38 ansible Ansible is a radically simple model-driven configuration management, multi-node deployment, and remote task execution system. Ansible works over SSH and does not require any software or daemons to be installed on remote nodes. Extension modules can be written in any language and are transferred to managed machines automatically.
39 anthy 9100h Japanese in Linux and other Unix like systems, becomes easier all the time. Most of this howto will focus on using the scim editor, anthy conversion method and scim-anthy input engine. Note that this howto will only refer to inputting Japanese in X, not the console.
40 antlr 3.4 ANTLR, ANother Tool for Language Recognition, is a language tool that provides a framework for constructing recognizers, interpreters, compilers, and translators from grammatical descriptions containing actions in a variety of target languages. ANTLR provides excellent support for tree construction, tree walking, translation, error recovery, and error reporting. There are currently about 5,000 ANTLR source downloads a month.
41 ant-trax 1.8.4 Optional trax tasks for ant.
42 anyterm 1.1.29 SSH or telnet access to your system from an internet desert – from behind a strict firewall, from an internet cafe, or even from a mobile phone? Anyterm is a combination of a web page and a process that runs on your web server that provides this access
43 apache2 2.4.23 The Apache HTTP Server Project is an effort to develop and maintain an open-source HTTP server for modern operating systems including UNIX and Windows NT. The goal of this project is to provide a secure, efficient and extensible server that provides HTTP services in sync with the current HTTP standards.
44 apache2-mod_fastcgi 2.3.6 This 3rd party module provides support for the FastCGI protocol. FastCGI is a language independent, scalable, open extension to CGI that provides high performance and persistence without the limitations of server specific APIs.
45 apache2-mod_macro 1.1.11 mod_macro is a third-party module to the Apache Http Server, distributed with a BSD-style license like Apache. It allows the definition and use of macros within apache runtime configuration files. The syntax is a natural extension to apache html-like configuration style.
46 apache2-mod_ruby 1.3.0 SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 for x86. mod_ruby embeds the Ruby interpreter into the Apache web server, allowing Ruby CGI scripts to be executed natively. These scripts will start up much faster than without mod_ruby
47 apache2-mod-apparmor SUSE changehat AppArmor library as an Apache module. Library for allowing AppArmor changehat function in Apache.
48 apache2-prefork 2.2.21 “prefork” MPM (Multi-Processing Module) This MPM is basically the one that Apache 1.3.x used. It warrants the
maximum stability because each server runs in its own process. If a process dies it will not affect other servers.
49 apache2-worker Package is now part of “apache2”.
50 apache-ant 1.8.4 Apache Ant is a Java library and command-line tool whose mission is to drive processes described in build files as targets and extension points dependent upon each other.
51 apache-cxf 2.6.1 Open source services framework
52 apache-http git clone external core interfaces and classes of the HTTP components
53 apmd 3.2.2-14 Utilities for Advanced Power Management (APM) On laptop computers, the Advanced Power Management (APM) support provides access to battery status information and may help you to conserve battery power, depending on your laptop and the APM implementation. The apmd program also lets you run arbitrary programs when APM events happen (for example, you can eject PCMCIA devices when you suspend, or change hard drive timeouts when you connect the battery). This package contains apmd(8), a daemon for logging and acting on APM events; and apm(1), a client that prints the information in /proc/apm in a readable format. apmd is notified of APM events by the APM driver in the kernel. Recent Debian kernels are built with APM support but it is disabled by default. You need to boot the kernel with the “apm=on” option if you want to enable the driver. (You may need to add this option to your lilo command line.)
54 apparmor-parser n/a The AppArmor Parser is a userlevel program that is used to load in program profiles to the AppArmor Security kernel module.
This package is part of a suite of tools that used to be named SubDomain.
55 apparmor-utils 2.5.1 This package provides the aa-logprof, aa-genprof, aa-autodep, aa-enforce, and aa-complain tools to assist with profile authoring. Besides it provides the aa-unconfined server information tool and the aa-eventd event reporting system. It is part of a suite of tools that used to be named SubDomain.
56 apr 1.5.2 The mission of the Apache Portable Runtime (APR) project is to create and maintain software libraries that provide a predictable and consistent interface to underlying platform-specific implementations. The primary goal is to provide an API to which software developers may code and be assured of predictable if not identical behaviour regardless of the platform on which their software is built, relieving them of the need to code special-case conditions to work around or take advantage of platform-specific deficiencies or features.
57 apt 0.9.16, tag 0.9.16 Apt is the standard package management tool on Debian based distributions.
58 argus 3.0.4 Argus is an IP transaction auditing tool that categorizes IP packets which match the boolean expression into a protocol-specific network transaction model. Argus reports on the transactions that it discovers, as they occur. Designed to run as a daemon, argus generally reads packets directly from a network interface, and writes the transaction status information to a log file or open socket connected to an argus client (such as ra(1)). Argus can also read packet information from tcpdump(1) , snoop(1) or NLANR’s Moat Time Sequence Header raw packet files. Argus can also be configured to write its transaction logs to stdout. Argus provides access control for its socket connection facility using tcp_wrapper technology. Please refer to the tcp_wrapper distribution for a complete description.
59 argus-client argus-client: IP network transaction auditing tool argus is a network transaction auditing tool that allows the user to easily classify connections using tcpdump(1) compliant expressions. Argus runs as an application level daemon, promiscuously reading network datagrams from a specified interface, and generates network traffic audit records for the network activity that it encounters. Auditing records can be used to ensure that access control policies are being enforced, identify network problems such as denial of service attacks and more. This package contains the client programs for the argus server. Please see the package argus-server for the appropriate server. From Debian 3.0r0 APT
60 arptables_jf 0.0.8 The arptables_jf utility controls the arpfilter network packet filtering code in the Linux kernel. You do not need this program for normal network firewalling. If you need to manually control which arp requests and/or replies this machine accepts and sends, you should install this package.
61 arpwatch 2.1a15 arpwatch is a computer software tool for monitoring Address Resolution Protocol traffic on a computer network. It generates a log of observed pairing of IP addresses with MAC addresses along with a timestamp when the pairing appeared on the network.
62 arquillian 1.1.0Alpha5 Java testing platform
63 arts 1.5.10 aRts simulates a complete “modular analog synthesizer” on your – digital – computer. Create sounds & music using small modules like oscillators for creating waveforms, various filters, modules for playing data on your speakers, mixers, faders,… You can build your complete setup with the GUI of the system, using the modules – generators, effects and output – connected to each other.
64 Ash 0.3.8 unkown Linux port of the Almquist Shell
65 aspell GNU Aspell is a Free and Open Source spell checker designed to eventually replace Ispell. It can either be used as a library or as an independent spell checker. Its main feature is that it does a superior job of suggesting possible replacements for a misspelled word than just about any other spell checker out there for the English language. Unlike Ispell, Aspell can also easily check documents in UTF-8 without having to use a special dictionary. Aspell will also do its best to respect the current locale setting. Other advantages over Ispell include support for using multiple dictionaries at once and intelligently handling personal dictionaries when more than one Aspell process is open at once.
66 astl 2.3.5r1 Android Stream I/O library
67 at 3.1.13 at and batch read commands from standard input or a specified file which are to be executed at a later time, using the shell set by the user’s environment variable SHELL, the user’s login shell, or ultimately /bin/sh.
68 atftp 0.7 atftp is a client/server implementation of the TFTP protocol that implements RFCs 1350, 2090, 2347, 2348, and 2349. The server is multi-threaded and the client presents a friendly interface using libreadline. The current server implementation lacks IPv6 support.
69 atk 2.8.0 ATK – Provides a set of interfaces for accessibility. The ATK library provides a set of interfaces for accessibility.By supporting the ATK interfaces, an application or toolkit canbe used such as tools such as screen readers, magnifiers, and alternative input devices.
70 atomic 1.13.8 The goal of Atomic is to provide a high level, coherent entrypoint to the system, and fill in gaps. For Docker, atomic can make it easier to interact with special kinds of containers, such as super-privileged debugging tools and the like. The atomic host subcommand wraps rpm-ostree, currently just providing a friendlier name, but in the future Atomic may provide more unified management.
71 atomicapp 0.6.2 Atomicapp is a reference implementation of the Nulecule Specification. It can be used to bootstrap container applications and to install and run them. Atomicapp is designed to be run in a container context. Examples using this tool may be found in the Nulecule examples directory.
72 at-poke 0.2.3 at-poke is another tool that can activate things using the same API (at-spi) that GOK and other software uses. Knowing the behavior at-poke causes helps to improve software. at-poke can be a very handy tool for diagnosing accessibility issues.
73 at-spi 1.32.0 at-spi’ is a part of the Gnome Accessibility Project. It provides a Service Provider Interface for the Assistive Technologies available on the GNOME platform, and a library against which applications can be linked.
74 attr 2.4.46 Extended attributes are name:value pairs associated permanently with files and directories, similar to the environment strings associated with a process. An attribute may be defined or undefined. If it is defined, its value may be empty or non-empty. Extended attributes are extensions to the normal attributes which are associated with all inodes in the system (i.e. the stat(2) data). They are often used to provide additional functionality to a filesystem – for example, additional security features such as Access Control Lists (ACLs) may be implemented using extended attributes.
75 audioconfig 0.0.1 Audio configuration files.
76 audiofile 0.2.7 The Audio File Library handles reading and writing audio files in many common formats.

Key goals of the Audio File Library are file format transparency and data format transparency. The same calls for opening a file, accessing and manipulating audio metadata (e.g. sample rate, sample format, textual information, MIDI parameters), and reading and writing sample data will work with any supported audio file format. Likewise, the format of the audio data presented to the application need not be tied to the format of the data contained in the file.

77 audit 2.4.1 The answer is to use 2.6 kernels audit system. Modern Linux kernel (2.6.x) comes with auditd daemon. Its responsible for writing audit records to the disk. During startup, the rules in /etc/audit.rules are read by this daemon. You can open /etc/audit.rules file and make changes such as setup audit file log location and other option. The default file is good enough to get started with auditd.
78 audit-libs 2.1.3 The audit-libs package contains the dynamic libraries needed for applications to use the audit framework.
79 augeas 0.10.0 A library for changing configuration files
80 authconfig 6.2.8 An interface for configuring system authentication resources.
81 autoconf 2.69 Autoconf is an extensible package of M4 macros that produce shell scripts to automatically configure software source code packages. These scripts can adapt the packages to many kinds of UNIX-like systems without manual user intervention. Autoconf creates a configuration script for a package from a template file that lists the operating system features that the package can use, in the form of M4 macro calls. Producing configuration scripts using Autoconf requires GNU M4. You should install GNU M4 (at least version 1.4.6, although 1.4.13 or later is recommended) before configuring Autoconf, so that Autoconf’s configure script can find it. The configuration scripts produced by Autoconf are self-contained, so their users do not need to have Autoconf (or GNU M4).
82 autoconf-wrapper 10 wrapper for autoconf to manage multiple autoconf versions
83 autofs 5.0.7 Automounters are available on most unices (at least on all, that I tried). They provide access to file systems on demand, i.e. they mount a filesystem when it is needed and unmount it when it is not needed.
84 autogen 5.18 Automated text file generator
85 automake 1.13.4 Automake is a tool for automatically generating `’ files compliant with the GNU Coding Standards. Automake requires the use of Autoconf.
86 automake-wrapper 5 wrapper for automake to manage multiple automake versions
87 autorun 3.17 Autorun automagically recognises all available CDROMs in your system, mounts them upon insertion and executes a possible ‘autorun’ executable on the CD. To allow an ordinary user to do this you have to add the options user,exec in /etc/fstab to the CDROMs you want to use.
88 autotest 0.0.1 Autotest scripts and tools
89 autoyast2 SUSE Automatic Linux Installation and Configuration with YaST2.
90 autoyast2-installation
91 avahi 0.6.31 Avahi allows programs to publish and discover services and hosts running on a local network with no specific configuration. For example, a user can plug their computer into a network and Avahi automatically finds printers to print to, files to look at and people to talk to, as well as advertising the network services running on the machine.
92 avalon-framework 4.3 Avalon-Framework is a small but vital jar file distributed by the Avalon project, and some associated documentation. Avalon-Framework (often abbreviated as AF, or even AF4 for version 4 of the framework) defines several “lifecycle interfaces” that provide a common way for components to be created, initialized, configured, started, etcetera. Part of that lifecycle is support for Inversion of Control.
93 avalon-logkit 2.1 Apache Avalon began in 1999 as the Java Apache Server Framework and in late 2002 separated from the Apache Jakarta Project to become its own ASF top level project. Apache Avalon provided Java software for component and container programming and pioneered the use of design patterns such as Inversion of Control (IoC) and Separation of Concerns (SoC).
94 avfs 1.0.1 mirror://sourceforge/avf/avfs-1.0.1.tar.bz2 AVFS is a virtual filesystem that allows browsing of compressed files.
95 awesfx 0.5.1c utility programs for AWE32/64 and Emu10k1 driver
96 axis 1.4 AXIS is a modern-looking user interface for EMC with preview and backplot. It is implemented primarily in Python, with the user interface rendered by Tk and OpenGL.
97 babel 1.3 Babel is composed of two major parts: * tools to build and work with gettext message catalogs * a Python interface to the CLDR (Common Locale Data Repository), providing access to various locale display names, localized number and date formatting, etc.
98 backhand 1.2.2 ModBackhand is an Apache module that provides load balancing and high availability features for a cluster of webservers. Because it is part of Apache it works on a HTTP request basis (which also means it cannot be used for any other type of service, ie mail), this allows for smarter and more flexible distribution of requests. It also allows for features not found in lower level balancers like the affinity for servers based on user session, thus easing application development or clustering of existing applications that don’t have a shared session system. ModBackhand is also cross platform, allowing almost all Unices (that run Apache) to do the balancing and also support for Windows based application servers. ModBackhand allows you to also have the balancer on a machine which can also serve the actual requests, have it standalone on a machine with a stripped down Apache or even have multiple balancers for fault tolerance. It works by the participating servers in the cluster broadcasting (Multicast can also be used for multiple clusters on the same network) stats about themselves (Load, CPU idle time, spare Apache processes, etc.) allowing for the balancer to make informed decisions about distributing requests instead of a naive round robin approach (such as DNS RR).
99 banshee 2.4.1 Banshee is packaged for many Linux distributions, and is even the default media player for several. Here you can learn how to install or update Banshee for your distribution.
100 barcode 0.98 Create and print barcode library
101 baselayout 2.0.1 Filesystem baselayout and init scripts (Modified for Chromium OS)
102 basesystem 10.0 Basesystem 8.0 – The skeleton package which defines a simple Red Hat Linux system. Basesystem defines the components of a basic Red Hat Linux system (for example, the package installation order to use during bootstrapping). Basesystem should be the first package installed on a system, and it should never be removed.
103 bash 4.2.46 Bash is an sh-compatible command language interpreter that executes commands read from the standard input or from a file. Bash also incorporates useful features from the Korn and C shells (ksh and csh).
Bash is intended to be a conformant implementation of the IEEE POSIX Shell and Tools specification (IEEE Working Group 1003.2).
104 bash-completion 2.1 bash-completion is a collection of shell functions that take advantage
of the programmable completion feature of Bash 2.04 and later.bash-completion is part of the SUSE minimal system and also shipped with
Fedora and Debian.
105 bastille 3.2.1 The Bastille Hardening program “locks down” an operating system, proactively configuring the system for increased security and decreasing its susceptibility to compromise. Bastille can also assess a system’s current state of hardening, granularly reporting on each of the security settings with which it works. Bastille currently supports the Red Hat (Fedora Core, Enterprise, and Numbered/Classic), SUSE, Debian, Gentoo, and Mandrake distributions, along with HP-UX. Full Mac OS X is ready for download today. Bastille’s focuses on letting the system’s user/administrator choose exactly how to harden the operating system. In its default hardening mode, it interactively asks the user questions, explains the topics of those questions, and builds a policy based on the user’s answers. It then applies the policy to the system. In its assessment mode, it builds a report intended to teach the user about available security settings as well as inform the user as to which settings have been tightened.
106 bazaar 2.5.1 Friendly distributed version control system
107 bc 1.06.95 bc is a language that supports arbitrary precision numbers with interactive execution of statements. There are some similarities in the syntax to the C programming language. A standard math library is available by command line option. If requested, the math library is defined before processing any files. bc starts by processing code from all the files listed on the command line in the order listed. After all files have been processed, bc reads from the standard input. All code is executed as it is read. (If a file contains a command to halt the processor, bc will never read from the standard input.) This version of bc contains several extensions beyond traditional bc implementations and the POSIX draft standard. Command line options can cause these extensions to print a warning or to be rejected. This document describes the language accepted by this processor. Extensions will be identified as such.
108 bcel 5.2 The Byte Code Engineering Library is intended to give users a convenient possibility to analyze, create, and manipulate (binary) Java class files (those ending with .class). Classes are represented by objects which contain all the symbolic information of the given class: methods, fields and byte code instructions, in particular.
109 Beagle 0.3.9 Beagle is a search system for Linux and other such modern Unix-like systems, enabling the user to search documents, chat logs, email and contact lists in a similar way to Spotlight in Mac OS X, and Windows Search or Google Desktop (third party) under Linux or Microsoft Windows. It is not actively developed. Beagle grew out of Dashboard, an early Mono-based application for watching and presenting useful information from a user’s computer. It is written in C# using Mono and uses a port of Lucene to C# called as its indexer. Beagle includes a Gtk#-based user interface, and integrates with Galago for presence information. Beagle was developed and maintained by Joe Shaw, with help from the open source community. Other notable past contributors include Jon Trowbridge, Robert Love, Nat Friedman, and David Camp.
110 beecrypt 4.2.1 BeeCrypt is an ongoing project to provide a strong and fast cryptography toolkit. Includes entropy sources, random generators, block ciphers, hash functions, message authentication codes, multiprecision integer routines, and public key primitives.
111 bind 9.9.4 bind gives the socket sockfd the local address my_addr. my_addr is addrlen bytes long. Traditionally, this is called lqassigning a name to a socket.rq When a socket is created with socket(2), it exists in a name space (address family) but has no name assigned. It is normally necessary to assign a local address using bind before a SOCK_STREAM socket may receive connections (see accept(2)).
112 binutils The GNU Binary Utilities, or binutils, is a collection of programming tools for the manipulation of object code in various object file formats. The current versions were originally written by programmers at Cygnus Solutions using the Binary File Descriptor library (libbfd). They are typically used in conjunction with GNU Compiler Collection, make, and GDB. Originally the package consisted of only the minor utilities, but later the GNU Assembler (GAS) and GNU Linker (GLD) were included in releases, since their functionality is so closely related. Most of the binutils are rather simple programs. Most of the complexity is encapsulated in the Binary File Descriptor library and libopcodes libraries, which they share. The original BFD versions were written by David Henkel-Wallace and Steve Chamberlain. Past maintainers have included Ken Raeburn and Ian Lance Taylor. As of 2005[update] the current maintainer is Nick Clifton. Binutils for Linux is maintained by H.J. Lu.
113 binutils-config 1.9 Utility to change the binutils version being used
114 bionic 2.3.5r1 Bionic libc, libm, libdl, dynamic linker
115 biosdevname 0.6.2 biosdevname in its simplest form takes a kernel device name as an argument, and returns the BIOS-given name it “should” be. This is necessary on systems where the BIOS name for a given device (e.g. the label on the chassis is “Gb1”) doesn’t map directly and obviously to the kernel name (e.g. eth0).
116 bison 2.7 Bison is a general-purpose parser generator that converts an annotated context-free grammar into an LALR(1) or GLR parser for that grammar. Once you are proficient with Bison, you can use it to develop a wide range of language parsers, from those used in simple desk calculators to complex programming languages. Bison is upward compatible with Yacc: all properly-written Yacc grammars ought to work with Bison with no change. Anyone familiar with Yacc should be able to use Bison with little trouble. You need to be fluent in C or C++ programming in order to use Bison.
117 blam 1.8.7 Blam is a tool that helps you keep track of the growing number of news feeds distributed as RSS. Blam lets you subscribe to any number of feeds and provides an easy to use and clean interface to stay up to date.
118 blas 3.6.0 The BLAS (Basic Linear Algebra Subprograms) are routines that provide standard building blocks for performing basic vector and matrix operations. The Level 1 BLAS perform scalar, vector and vector-vector operations, the Level 2 BLAS perform matrix-vector operations, and the Level 3 BLAS perform matrix-matrix operations. Because the BLAS are efficient, portable, and widely available, they are commonly used in the development of high quality linear algebra software, LAPACK for example.
119 blivet 0.41 Python module for examining and modifying storage configuration.
120 blktrace 1.0.5 Utilities for performing block layer I/O tracing
121 blocxx 1.0.0 A cross-platform, general purpose C++ framework for application development.
122 blt 2.4y Shared libraries for blt This is the shared libraries for BLT. You should only need this if you are using programs which are linked to blt, or are developing programs in BLT. BLT is an extension to the Tk toolkit, adding new widgets, geometry managers, and miscellaneous commands. It does not require any patching of the Tcl or Tk source files. An attempt is being made to unify the BLT libraries so that the package is independent of whatever tcl/tk library (e.g. 8.0,8.2,8.3) you are using. This will be via the tcl stubs interface. As part of this process, blt8.0 is obsolete and this package dynamically chooses the correct version of BLT library to match your situation. This makes is a lot bigger than if you choose the library versions yourself, but means that you always have the version you need (not always the case under the old system).
123 bluez-bluefw 4.96 Bluetooth firmware loader.
124 bluez-gnome 4.96 This package contains various GNOME applets to detect bluetooth adapters and configure them.
125 bluez-hcidump 2.4 Bluez-hcidump is the BlueZ project Bluetooth HCI data dumper. Hcidump lets you view raw HCI data to and from a Bluetooth device in a human readable way.
126 bluez-libs 4.101 The SDP client functionality of the Bluetooth library contains a potential security issue since the length checks of the incoming data are not always present. The following packages are fixing this by introducing safe versions for some function calls.
127 bluez-pin 4.96 Bluez-Pin is a very simple program which takes care of the PIN numbers used to pair Bluetooth devices. When a PIN is required for either an incoming or outgoing connection, it pops up a window to allow the code to be entered. PINs can optionally be saved in a persistent database, for use with dumb devices (e.g. my Nokia 6210) that are unable to remember pairing information across sessions.
128 bluez-sdp Now part of bluez-utils
129 bluez-utils 4.96 This is a transitional package to assist with moving people to the BlueZ 4.x stack.
130 bluez-utils-cups Now part of bluez-utils
131 boehm-gc 7.2 The Boehm-Demers-Weiser conservative garbage collector can be used as a garbage collecting replacement for C malloc or C++ new. It allows you to allocate memory basically as you normally would, without explicitly deallocating memory that is no longer useful. The collector automatically recycles memory when it determines that it can no longer be otherwise accessed. A simple example of such a use is given here. The collector is also used by a number of programming language implementations that either use C as intermediate code, want to facilitate easier interoperation with C libraries, or just prefer the simple collector interface. For a more detailed description of the interface, see here. Alternatively, the garbage collector may be used as a leak detector for C or C++ programs, though that is not its primary goal. The arguments for and against conservative garbage collection in C and C++ are briefly discussed in issues.html. The beginnings of a frequently-asked-questions list are here. Empirically, this collector works with most unmodified C programs, simply by replacing malloc with GC_malloc calls, replacing realloc with GC_realloc calls, and removing free calls. Exceptions are discussed in issues.html.
132 bogl 0.1.18 Bogl-bterm 0.1.9 – A Unicode capable terminal program for the Linux frame buffer. The bterm application is a terminal emulator that displays to a Linux frame buffer. It is able to display Unicode text on the console.
133 bonobo 1.0.22 The GNOME Bonobo System. Bonobo is a set of language and system independent CORBA interfaces for creating reusable components (controls) and creating compound documents. The Bonobo distribution includes a Gtk+ based implementation of the Bonobo interfaces, enabling developers to create reusable components and applications that can be used to form more complex documents.
134 boo Boo is a new object oriented statically typed programming language for the Common Language Infrastructure with a python inspired syntax and a special focus on language and compiler extensibility.
135 boost 1.53.0 Library of code
136 bootable-recovery 2.3.5r1 Android bootable recovery
137 bootcycle n/a n/a This package provides a boot script that is used for boot cycle detection to avoid unconditional reboot cycles on an unsupervised system. For example, on INTEL IA32 the GNU GRUB multiboot loader is used for this.
138 bootloader-legacy 2.3.5r1 Android bootloader reference code
139 bootsplash 3.1.6 In computer jargon, Bootsplash is a term for a graphical representation of the boot process of the operating system.
140 bootstat 0.0.1 Chrome OS Boot Time Statistics Utilities
141 booty 0.108 Small python library for use with bootloader configuration by anaconda and up2date.
142 bouncycastle git clone external cryptography library
143 bridge-utils 1.5 Utilities for configuring the Linux 2.4 bridge. This package contains utilities for configuring the Linux ethernet bridge. The Linux ethernet bridge can be used for connecting multiple ethernet devices together. The connecting is fully transparent: hosts connected to one ethernet device see hosts connected to the other ethernet devices directly.
144 bsdiff 4.3 Binary diff/patch utility
145 bsf 2.4.0 A set of Java classes which provides scripting language support within Java applications, and access to Java objects and methods from scripting languages.
146 bsh 2.0b4 Sh is the standard command interpreter for the system. The current version of sh is in the process of being changed to conform with the POSIX 1003.2 and 1003.2a specifications for the shell. This version has many features which make it appear similar in some respects to the Korn shell, but it is not a Korn shell clone (see ksh(1)). Only features designated by POSIX plus a few Berkeley extensions, are being incorporated into this shell. We expect POSIX conformance by the time 4.4 BSD is released. This man page is not intended to be a tutorial or a complete specification of the shell.
147 btrfs-progs 3.16.2 Userspace utilities for btrfs
148 bug-buddy 2.9 A graphical bug reporting tool for GNOME The goal of bug-buddy is to make reporting bugs very simple and easy for the user, while making the reports themselves more useful and informative for the developer. It can extract debugging information from a core file or crashed application (via gnome_segv). It currently supports the bug tracking systems of Gnome, Helix, KDE, and Debian.
149 build obs_2.4.2 OBS build script, can be used with OBS or stand alone.
150 busybox 1.23.2 Tiny utilities for small and embedded systems. BusyBox combines tiny versions of many common UNIX utilities into a single small executable. It provides minimalist replacements for the most common utilities you would usually find on your desktop system (i.e., ls, cp, mv, mount, tar, etc.). The utilities in BusyBox generally have fewer options than their full-featured GNU cousins; however, the options that are included provide the expected functionality and behave very much like their GNU counterparts. This package installs the BusyBox binary but does not install symlinks for any of the supported utilities. You can use /bin/ busybox –install to install BusyBox to the current directory (you do not want to do this in / on your Debian system!).
151 busybox-anaconda 1.2.0 Busybox version designed for use with the RedHat installation program, anaconda. No independent upstream; busybox-anaconda is simply a rebuild of busybox with some very small default config changes, and is covered by the existing busybox listing.
152 byacc 1.9.20130304 The Berkeley LALR parser generator Yacc reads the grammar specification in a file and generates an LR(1) parser for it. The parsers consist of a set of LALR(1) parsing tables and a driver routine written in the C programming language.
153 bzip2 1.0.6 Compresses files using the Burrows-Wheeler block sorting text compression algorithm, and Huffman coding. Compression is generally considerably better than that achieved by more conventional LZ77/LZ78-based compressors, and approaches the performance of the PPM family of statistical compressors.
154 cachefilesd 0.10.5 This configuration file can contain a number of commands. Each one should be on a separate line. Blank lines and lines beginning with a ‘#’ character are considered to be comments and are discarded.
155 cadaver 0.23.3 command-line client for WebDAV server Useful for WebDAV server testing and scripting. Works like command line FTP clients. This Version supports HTTPS, including Client Site Certificates. Briefly: WebDAV stands for “Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning”. It is a set of extensions to the HTTP protocol which allows users to collaboratively edit and manage files on remote web servers.
156 cadvisor 0.23.7 Analyzes resource usage and performance characteristics of running containers cAdvisor (Container Advisor) provides container users an understanding of the resource usage and performance characteristics of their running containers. It is a running daemon that collects, aggregates, processes, and exports information about running containers. Specifically, for each container it keeps resource isolation parameters, historical resource usage, histograms of complete historical resource usage and network statistics. This data is exported by container and machine-wide. cAdvisor currently supports lmctfy containers as well as Docker containers (those that use the default libcontainer execdriver). Other container backends can also be added. cAdvisor’s container abstraction is based on lmctfy’s so containers are inherently nested hierarchically.
157 cairo 1.12.2 A Library of Software written in C with full source code.
158 cairo-java 1.0.8 The Cairo Graphics library is the high performance drawing suite used to do custom drawing in GTK.
159 Canna 3.7p3 A japanese input system (server and dictionary). Canna is a Japanese input system available in Free Software. Canna provides a unified user interface for inputing Japanese. Canna supports Nemacs(Mule), kinput2 and canuum. All of these tools can be used by a single customization file, romaji-to-kana conversion rules and conversion dictionaries, and input Japanese in the same way. Canna converts kana to kanji based on a client-server model and supports automatic kana-to-kanji conversion. This package includes cannaserver program and dictionary files.
160 cannadic 0.95c cannadic’ is a Japanese kana-kanji conversion dictionary for Canna (and Anthy, PRIME). This dictionary has been compiled as a supplement/replacement to the dictionaries distributed with Canna3.5b2 or later. Currently the main dictionary and suffix- and prefix-dictionaries contain over 140000 words.
161 capi4linux 40299 E Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 for x86 Service Pack 1. This package contains the CAPI 2.0 library, which is needed for all CAPI applications. It also contains programs to show information about installed CAPI controllers and for the receiving and sending of FAX messages. CAPI 2.0 drivers for Linux are available for a growing number of ISDN devices.
162 capisuite 0.4.5 CapiSuite is an ISDN telecommunication suite providing easy-to-use telecommunication functions which can be controlled from Python scripts. It uses a CAPI-compatible driver for accessing the ISDN-hardware, so you’ll need a CAPI-compatible driver. CapiSuite is distributed with two example scripts for call incoming handling and fax sending. They provide a multi-user answering machine with fax recognition, remote inquiry, and fax receiving/sending functions.
163 c-ares 1.11.0 c-ares is a C library that performs DNS requests and name resolves asynchronously. c-ares is a fork of the library named ‘ares’, written by Greg Hudson at MIT.
164 caribou 0.4.4 A simplified in-place on-screen keyboard
165 CASA SUSE This package contains the CASA (Common Authnetication Services Adapter) Management application that allows you to manage credentials within CASA and for your kwallet gnome keyring. Additionally, you can also link secrets to one another.
166 CASA_auth_token_client SUSE CASA_auth_token is an authentication token infrastructure with support for multiple authentication mechanisms with an emphasis on providing a scalable single sign-on solution.
167 CASA-gui SUSE This package contains the CASA (Common Authnetication Services Adapter) Management application that allows you to manage credentials within CASA and for your kwallet gnome keyring. Additionally, you can also link secrets to one another.
168 CASA-kwallet n/a n/a CASAK-kwallet (CASA Kwallet) is the KWallet plugin for enabling the CASA GUI to perform Aggregation and Distribution tasks for managing KWallet through CASA in KDE desktop.
169 ccache 3.1.8 ccache is a compiler cache. It speeds up recompilation by caching previous compilations and detecting when the same compilation is being done again. Supported languages are C, C++, Objective-C and Objective-C++.
170 ccid 1.4.5 This package provides the source code for a generic USB CCID (Chip/Smart Card Interface Devices) driver and ICCD (Integrated Circuit(s) Card Devices). See the USB CCID and ICCD specifications from the USB working group.
171 cdparanoia 10.2 cdparanoia retrieves audio tracks from CDDA capable CDROM drives. The data can be saved to a file or directed to standard output in WAV, AIFF, AIFF-C or raw format. Most ATAPI, SCSI and several proprietary CDROM drive makes are supported; cdparanoia can determine if the target drive is CDDA capable. In addition to simple reading, cdparanoia adds extra-robust data verification, synchronization, error handling and scratch reconstruction capability.
172 cdrdao 1.2.3 Cdrdao records audio or data CD-Rs in disk-at-once (DAO) mode based on a textual description of the CD contents (toc-file).
173 cdrecord 3 Cdrecord is used to record data or audio Compact Discs on an Orange Book CD-Recorder. The device refers to scsibus/target/lun of the CD-Recorder. Communication on SunOS is done with the SCSI general driver scg. Other operating systems are using a library simulation of this driver. Possible syntax is: dev= scsibus,target,lun or dev= target,lun. In the latter case, the CD-Recorder has to be connected to the default SCSI bus of the machine. Scsibus, target and lun are integer numbers. Some operating systems or SCSI transport implementations may require to specify a filename in addition. In this case the correct syntax for the device is: dev= devicename:scsibus,target,lun or dev= devicename:target,lun. If the name of the device node that has been specified on such a system refers to exactly one SCSI device, a shorthand in the form dev= devicename:@ or dev= devicename:@,lun may be used instead of dev= devicename:scsibus,target,lun.
174 cdrkit 1.1.11 cdrkit is a collection of computer programs for CD and DVD authoring that work on Unix-like systems. The creation of cdrkit was initiated by the Debian project, as a fork of cdrtools. cdrkit is released under the GNU General Public License version 2. Fedora, Gentoo Linux, Mandriva Linux, openSUSE and Ubuntu all include cdrkit. Joerg Jaspert is cdrkit’s leader and release manager.
175 cdrtools 3 Cdrtools is a set of command line programs that allows to record CD/DVD/BluRay media.
176 ceph 10.2.3 Ceph is a distributed object store and file system designed to provide excellent performance, reliability and scalability. – See more at:
177 certmonger 0.78.6 Certmonger is a service which is primarily concerned with getting your system enrolled with a certificate authority (CA) and keeping it enrolled.
178 cfengine 3.4.0 A systems administration tool for networks
179 chaps 0.0.1 PKCS #11 layer over TrouSerS.
180 check 0.9.9 Check is a unit testing framework for C.
181 CheckHardware n/a n/a A tool to verify hardware requirements.
182 checkmedia 2.4-2.1 Checks installation CDs and DVDs for errors.
183 checkpolicy 2.1.12 Policy config files and management for NSE Security Enhanced Linux /etc/ selinux contains the policy files, checkpolicy will check the policy.
184 cheese 3.6.0 Application for taking pictures and movies from a webcam
185 chkconfig 1.3.61 chkconfig provides a simple command-line tool for maintaining the /etc/rc[0-6].d directory hierarchy by relieving system administrators of the task of directly manipulating the numerous symbolic links in those directories. This implementation of chkconfig was inspired by the chkconfig command present in the IRIX operating system. Rather than maintaining configuration information outside of the /etc/rc[0-6].d hierarchy, however, this version directly manages the symlinks in /etc/rc[0-6].d. This leaves all of the configuration information regarding what services init starts in a single location.
186 chkfontpath 1.10.1 chkfontpath provides a simple method of configuring the directories contained in the X font server’s path. As of Red Hat 6.0, all fonts in X are served via this separate font server process, not through the main X server process. This speeds up font rendering, and also allows use of font servers which are not running on the local host.
187 chromeos-assets 0.0.1 Chrome OS assets (images, sounds, etc.)
188 chromeos-auth-config 0.0.1 ChromiumOS-specific configuration files for pambase
189 chromeos-ca-certificates 0.0.1 Chrome OS restricted set of certificates.
190 chromeos-cryptohome 0.0.1 Encrypted home directories for Chromium OS
191 chromeos-debugd 0.0.0 Chrome OS debugging service
192 chromeos-disableecho 0.0.1 App that disables ECHO on tty1 for Chromium OS
193 chromeos-firmware-null 0.0.2 Chrome OS Firmware (null template)
194 chromeos-fonts 0.0.1 Chrome OS Fonts (meta package)
195 chromeos-imageburner 0.0.1 Image-burning service for Chromium OS.
196 chromeos-init 0.0.1 Upstart init scripts for Chromium OS
197 chromeos-installer 0.0.1 Chrome OS Installer
198 chromeos-login 0.0.5 Login manager for Chromium OS.
199 chromeos-minijail 0.0.1 Chrome OS helper binary for restricting privs of services.
200 chrony 2.4 An NTP client/server
201 cifs-mount 1.50c mount.cifs mounts a Linux CIFS filesystem. It is usually invoked indirectly by the mount(8) command when using the “-t cifs” option. This command only works in Linux, and the kernel must support the cifs filesystem. The CIFS protocol is the successor to the SMB protocol and is supported by most Windows servers and many other commercial servers and Network Attached Storage appliances as well as by the popular Open Source server Samba.
202 cifs-utils 5.6 Manage mounts of the Linux CIFS. Was formerly part of Samba and known as cifs-mount.
203 cim-schema 2.33.0 The Common Information Model (CIM) is an open standard that defines how managed elements in an IT environment are represented as a common set of objects and relationships between them. This is intended to allow consistent management of these managed elements, independent of their manufacturer or provider.
204 ckermit 9.0.302 C-Kermit is a combined network and serial communication software package offering a consistent, transport-independent, cross-platform approach to connection establishment, terminal sessions, file transfer, file management, character-set translation, numeric and alphanumeric paging, and automation of file transfer and management, dialogs, and communication tasks through its built-in scripting language.
205 clamav 0.97.5 Clam AntiVirus is an open source (GPL) anti-virus toolkit for UNIX, designed especially for e-mail scanning on mail gateways. It provides a number of utilities including a flexible and scalable multi-threaded daemon, a command line scanner and advanced tool for automatic database updates. The core of the package is an anti-virus engine available in a form of shared library.
206 clang 3.2 C/C++ support for LLVM
207 classpathx-jaf 1.1.2 The GNU Classpath Extensions project builds free versions of Sun’s Java extension libraries, the packages in the javax namespace. It is a companion project of the GNU Classpath project.
208 classpathx-mail 1.1.2 GNU JavaMail(tm) is a free implementation of the JavaMail API.
209 clearsilver 0.10.5 HTML templating library
210 cloop-kmp-default 2.637 Utilities to create and read cloop image files.
211 cloud-init 0.7.8 Cloud-init is the de-facto multi-distribution package that handles early initialization of a cloud instance.
212 clustermon 0.18.7 ClusterMon-The all in one cluster monitoring package that allows you to monitor all aspects of many clusters from one centralized location.
213 clutter 1.12.0 Open Source software library for creating rich graphical user interfaces
214 clutter-gtk 1.3.2 A basic GTK clutter widget
215 cmake CMake is a family of tools designed to build, test and package software. CMake is used to control the software compilation process using simple platform and compiler independent configuration files.
216 cman 3.1.7 CMAN is a symmetric, general-purpose, kernel-based cluster manager. It has two parts. Connection Manager (cnxman) handles membership, messaging, quorum, event notification and transitions. Service Manager (sm) handles “service groups” which are a general way of representing and managing instances of external systems that require cluster management. The CMAN cluster manager is the foundational system upon which DLM, GFS, CLVM, and Fence all depend. The CMAN API in the kernel and userspace is general and available for other programs to use. CMAN consists of a set of kernel patches and a userspace program (cman_tool). CMAN depends on CCS (only cman_tool which can optionally be used without CCS if all parameters are given on the command line.)
217 cmpi-bindings 1.0.1 CMPI-compliant provider interface for Python
218 cockpit 120 Cockpit runs in a browser and can manage your network of GNU/Linux machines.
219 colord 1.2.7 colord is a system service that makes it easy to manage, install and generate color profiles to accurately color manage input and output devices.
220 compiz Compiz is an OpenGL compositing manager that use GLX_EXT_texture_from_pixmap for binding redirected top-level windows to texture objects. It has a flexible plug-in system and it is designed to run well on most graphics hardware.
221 concoord 1.0.2 ConCoord is a novel coordination service that provides replication and synchronization support for large-scale distributed systems.
222 condor 7.9.1 The goal of the Condor Project is to develop, implement, deploy, and evaluate mechanisms and policies that support High Throughput Computing (HTC) on large collections of distributively owned computing resources. Guided by both the technological and sociological challenges of such a computing environment, the Condor Team has been building software tools that enable scientists and engineers to increase their computing throughput.
223 condor-ec2-enhanced 1.3.0 EC2 Enhanced
224 condor-ec2-enhanced-hooks 1.3.0 Condor EC2 Enhanced hooks
225 condor-job-hooks 1.5 Condor Job Hooks
226 condor-low-latency 1.2 Low Latency Scheduling
227 condor-wallaby 4.1.3 Condor configuration using wallaby
228 condor-wallaby-base-db 1.23 Base condor database for wallaby
229 conga 0.12.2 Conga is an integrated set of software components that provides centralized configuration and management of Red Hat clusters and storage.
230 conman 0.2.7 conman is a program for connecting to remote consoles being managed by conmand. Console names can be separated by spaces and/or commas. Globbing is used by default to match console names against the configuration, but regular expression matching can be enabled with the ‘-r’ option.
231 conntrack-tools 1.4.4 The conntrack-tools are a set of free software userspace tools for Linux that allow system administrators interact with the Connection Tracking System, which is the module that provides stateful packet inspection for iptables. The conntrack-tools are the userspace daemon conntrackd and the command line interface conntrack.
232 conserver 8.2.1 Conserver is an application that allows multiple users to watch a serial console at the same time. It can log the data, allows users to take write-access of a console (one at a time), and has a variety of bells and whistles to accentuate that basic functionality. The idea is that conserver will log all your serial traffic so you can go back and review why something crashed, look at changes (if done on the console), or tie the console logs into a monitoring system (just watch the logfiles it creates). With multi-user capabilities you can work on equipment with others, mentor, train, etc. It also does all that client-server stuff so that, assuming you have a network connection, you can interact with any of the equipment from home or wherever.
233 contact-lookup-applet 0.17 This applet allows you to search for people in your Evolution 2 address book.
234 control-center2 3.6.0 Is a software utility that allows you to quickly and easily access the most frequently used applications.
235 convmv 1.14 convmv converts filenames (not file content), directories, and even whole filesystems to a different encoding. This comes in very handy if, for example, one switches from an 8-bit locale to an UTF-8 locale or changes charsets on Samba servers. It has some smart features: it automagically recognises if a file is already UTF-8 encoded (thus partly converted filesystems can be fully moved to UTF-8) and it also takes care of symlinks. Additionally, it is able to convert from normalization form C (UTF-8 NFC) to NFD and vice-versa. This is important for interoperability with Mac OS X, for example, which uses NFD, while Linux and most other Unixes use NFC. Though it’s primary written to convert from/to UTF-8 it can also be used with almost any other charset encoding. Convmv can also be used for case conversion from upper to lower case and vice versa with virtually any charset. Note that this is a command line tool which requires at least Perl version 5.8.0.
236 coolkey 1.1.0 CoolKeys are part of complete PKI solution that provides smart card login, single sign-on, secure messaging, and secure email access.
237 coreutils 8.22 These are the GNU core utilities. This package is the union ofthe old GNU fileutils, sh-utils, and textutils packages.These tools’re the GNU versions of common useful and popularfile and text utilities which are used for:- file management- shell scripts- modifying text file (spliting, joining, comparing, modifying, …)Most of these programs have significant advantages over their Unix counterparts, such as greater speed, additional options, and fewer arbitrary limits. The following tools are included: basename cat chgrp chmod chown chroot cksum comm cp csplit cut date dd df dir dircolors dirname du echo env expand expr factor false fmt fold ginstall groups head hostid hostname id join kill link ln logname ls md5sum mkdir mkfifo mknod mv nice nl nohup od paste pathchk pinky pr printenv printf ptx pwd rm rmdir seq sha1sum shred sleep sort split stat stty su sum sync tac tail tee test touch tr true tsort tty uname unexpand uniq unlink uptime users vdir wc who whoami yes.
238 corosync 2.3.4 Corosync Cluster Engine & API
239 cpio 2.11 GNU cpio copies files into or out of a cpio or tar archive. Archives are files which contain a collection of other files plus information about them, such as their file name, owner, timestamps, and access permissions. The archive can be another file on the disk, a magnetic tape, or a pipe. GNU cpio supports the following archive formats: binary,old ASCII, new ASCII, crc, HPUX binary, HPUX old ASCII, old tar and POSIX.1tar. By default, cpio creates binary format archives, so that they are compatible with older cpio programs. When it is extracting files from archives, cpio automatically recognizes which kind of archive it is readingand can read archives created on machines with a different byte-order. Install cpio if you need a program to manage file archives.
240 cppunit 1.12.1 CppUnit is a C++ unit testing framework. It started its life as a port of JUnit to C++ by Michael Feathers. For a quick tour of unit testing with CppUnit, see the Cookbook in the latest documentation. For an introduction to unit testing, see [UnitTest], [ProgrammerTest], and [CodeUnitTestFirst] at the [wiki:Wiki:FrontPage wiki].
241 cproto 4.7j generate C function prototypes and convert function definitions Cproto is a program that generates function prototypes and variable declarations from C source code. It can also convert function definitions between the old style and the ANSI C style. This conversion overwrites the original files, so make a backup copy of your files in case something goes wrong.
242 cpufreq-utils 5 Set of utilities designed to assist CPU frequency scaling, a technology used primarily by notebooks that enables the operating system to scale the CPU speed up or down, depending on the current system load.
243 cpuspeed 1.5 Linux kernel driver to control the CPU frequency. It is included in all recent kernels and enabled by default by recent distributions. It supports most recent “mobile” processors. Note that only such processors support frequency scaling.
244 cracklib 2.9.0 CrackLib tests passwords to determine whether they match certainsecurity-oriented characteristics, with the purpose of stopping users from choosing passwords that are easy to guess. CrackLib performs several tests on passwords: it tries to generate words from a username and gecos entry and checks those words against the password; it checksfor simplistic patterns in passwords; and it checks for the password in a dictionary. CrackLib is actually a library containing a particular C function which is used to check the password, as well as other Cfunctions. CrackLib is not a replacement for a passwd program; it must be used in conjunction with an existing passwd program. Install the cracklib package if you need a program to check users’passwords to see if they are at least minimally secure. If you install CrackLib, you will also want to install the cracklib-dicts package.
245 crash 7.0.9 A kernel debugging utility, allowing gdb like syntax. The core analysis suite is a self-contained tool that can be used to investigate either live systems, kernel core dumps created from the Kernel Core Dump patch offered by Mission Critical Linux, or kernel core dumps created by the LKCD patch offered by SGI. o The tool is loosely based on the SVR4 crash command, but has been completely integrated with gdb in order to be able to display formatted kernel data structures, disassemble source code, etc. o The current set of available commands consist of common kernel core analysis tools such as a context-specific stack traces, source code disassembly, kernel variable displays, memory display, dumps of linked-lists, etc. In addition, any gdb command may be entered, which in turn will be passed onto the gdb module for execution. o There are several commands that delve deeper into specific kernel subsystems, which also serve as templates for kernel developers to create new commands for analysis of a specific area of interest. Adding a new command is a simple affair, and a quick recompile adds it to the command menu. o The intent is to make the tool independent of Linux version dependencies, building in recognition of major kernel code changes so as to adapt to new kernel versions, while maintaining backwards compatibility. From Debian 3.0r0 APT
246 crash-reporter 0.0.1 Build chromeos crash handler
247 crda 3.13 CRDA acts as the udev helper for communication between the kernel and userspace for regulatory compliance. It relies on nl80211 for communication.
248 createrepo 0.9.9 createrepo is a program that creates a repomd (xml-based rpm metadata) repository from a set of rpms.
249 criu 2.4 crit is a tool designed to decode CRIU binary dump files and show their content in human-readable form.
250 cromo 0.0.1 Chromium OS modem manager
251 cronie 1.4.8 Cron daemon for executing programs at set times
252 croscorefonts 1.21.0 Arimo, Tinos and Cousine in 4 weights developed by Ascender for Chrom*OS
253 cros-disks 0.0.1 Disk mounting daemon for Chromium OS
254 crosh 0.0.1 Chrome OS command-line shell
255 crudini 0.7 A utility for handling ini files from the command line and shell scripts
256 cryptconfig n/a n/a This package contains a utility for configuring encrypted home directories and LUKS partitions. It also supports creating LUKS disk images, creating LUKS partitions, and enlarging disk images along with their file systems. This package also contains a pam module that syncs a user’s UNIX password with the password used to encrypt their home directory.
257 cryptopp 5.6.2 crypto++ Library is a free C++ class library of cryptographic schemes.
258 crypto-utils 2.4.1 n/a This package provides tools for managing and generating SSL certificates and keys.
259 cryptsetup 1.6.6 Cryptsetup is a utility used to conveniently setup disk encryption based on dm-crypt kernel module.
260 cryptsetup-luks 1.5.0 LUKS is the standard for Linux hard disk encryption. By providing a standard on-disk-format, it does not only facilitate compatibility among distributions, but also provides secure management of multiple user passwords. In contrast to existing solution, LUKS stores all setup necessary setup information in the partition header, enabling the user to transport or migrate his data seamlessly. While LUKS is a standard on-disk format, there is also a reference implementation. LUKS for dm-crypt is implemented in an enhanced version of cryptsetup.
261 cscope 15.8 Interactively examine a C program source cscope is an interactive, screen-oriented tool that allows the user to browse through C source files for specified elements of code. Open-Sourced by: The Santa Cruz Operation, Inc. (SCO) Maintainer: Petr Sorfa ( Home Page:
262 ctags 5.8 The ctags program generate an index (or “tag”) file for C, C++, Eiffel,Fortran, and Java language objects found in files. This tag file allows these items to be quickly and easily located by a text editor or other utility. A “tag” signifies a language object for which an index entry is available (or, alternatively, the index entry created for that object). Alternatively, ctags can generate a cross reference file which lists, inhuman readable form, information about the various source objects found in a set of language files.
263 ctdb 1.2.39 Clustered version of Samba’s Trivial Database
264 ctemplate 1 A simple but powerful template language for C++
265 cumin 2 Cumin is the MRG management web console. It provides a unified management interface for the Messaging, Realtime and Grid components of MRG.
266 cups 1.7.1 CUPS is the standards-based, open source printing system developed by Apple Inc. for Mac OS X and other UNIX-like operating systems.
267 cups-drivers cups-drivers is a SUSE collection of packages containing drivers for cups:
– foomatic-db-bzr-20080909 – foomatic-db-engine-bzr-20080909 – foomatic-filters-bzr-20080909 – gutenprint-5.0.2 – m2300w-0.51 – splix-1.1.1
268 curl 7.29.0 Get a file from an FTP, GOPHER, HTTP or HTTPS server. curl is a client to get documents/files from servers using any of the supported protocols. The command is designed to work without user interaction or any kind of interactivity. curl offers a busload of useful tricks like proxy support, user authentication, ftp upload, HTTP post, file transfer resume and more. This package is able to handle SSL requests only if installed together with libcurl2-ssl. More informations can be found at the curl web site
269 cvs 1.11.23 CVS means Concurrent Version System; it is a version control system which can record the history of your files (usually,but not always, source code). CVS only stores the differences between versions, instead of every version of every fileyou’ve ever created. CVS also keeps a log of who, when and why changes occurred, among other aspects. CVS is very helpful for managing releases and controllingthe concurrent editing of source files among multipleauthors. Instead of providing version control for a collection of files in a single directory, CVS providesversion control for a hierarchical collection ofdirectories consisting of revision controlled files. These directories and files can then be combined togetherto form a software release. Install the cvs package if you need to use a version control system.
270 cyrus-imapd 2.4.17 A high-performance mail server with IMAP, POP3, NNTP and SIEVE support
271 cyrus-sasl 2.1.26 SASL, the Simple Authentication and Security Layer, is a generic mechanism for protocols to accomplish authentication. Since protocols (such as SMTP or IMAP) use SASL, it is a natural place for code sharing between applications. Some notable applications that use SASL include Sendmail (versions 8.10.0 and higher) and Cyrus imapd (versions 1.6.0 and higher).
272 cyrus-sasl-crammd5 2.1.26 Now part of the cyrus-sasl package.
273 cyrus-sasl-digestmd5 2.1.26 Now part of the cyrus-sasl package.
274 cyrus-sasl-gssapi 2.1.26 Now part of the cyrus-sasl package.
275 cyrus-sasl-md5 2.1.26 Now part of the cyrus-sasl package.
276 cyrus-sasl-ntlm 2.1.26 Now part of the cyrus-sasl package.
277 cyrus-sasl-otp 2.1.26 Now part of the cyrus-sasl package.
278 cyrus-sasl-plain 2.1.26 Now part of the cyrus-sasl package.
279 cyrus-sasl-sql 2.1.26 Now part of the cyrus-sasl package.
280 cython 0.24.1 Cython is an optimising static compiler for both the Python programming language and the extended Cython programming language (based on Pyrex). It makes writing C extensions for Python as easy as Python itself.
281 dalvik git clone Dalvik virtual machine and core libraries
282 dante 1.3.2 Dante is a free implementation of the proxy protocols socks version 4, socks version 5 (rfc1928) and msproxy. It can be used as a firewall between networks. It is being developed by Inferno Nettverk A/S, a Norwegian consulting company. Commercial support is available.
283 dapl 2.0.33 Direct Access Programming Library (DAPL) is a high performance Remote Direct Memory Access API (see Linux & Windows uDAPL maintenance/development is now discussed on &
284 Darcs 2.8.4 Darcs is a distributed, interactive, smart revision control system.
285 darts 0.32 Double array trie system.
286 dash DASH is a direct descendant of the NetBSD version of ash (the Almquist SHell) and is POSIX compliant
287 dasher 4.10.1 Dasher is a computer accessibility tool which enables users to write without using a keyboard, by entering text on a screen using a pointing device such as a mouse, a touchpad, a touch screen, a roller ball, a joystick, a Push-button, a Wii Remote, or even mice operated by the foot or head. Such instruments could serve as prosthetic devices for disabled people who cannot use standard keyboards, or where the use of one is impractical.
288 db 5.3.21 Dbopen is the library interface to database files. The supported file formats are btree, hashed and UNIX file oriented. The btree format is a representation of a sorted, balanced tree structure. The hashed format is an extensible, dynamic hashing scheme. The flat-file format is a byte stream file with fixed or variable length records. The formats and file format specific information are described in detail in their respective manual pages btree(3), hash(3) and recno(3).
289 db4 4.1.25 The Berkeley Database (Berkeley DB) is a programmatic toolkit that provides embedded database support for both traditional and client/server applications. This package contains the libraries for building programs which use the Berkeley DB in Java.
290 db4-utils This is a subpackage of db4 and does not have a separate upstream
291 DB8 2.0.0-1.00-r5_i586 Userspace service that provides access to the webOS database. Access to the database APIs is provided over the luna-service bus
292 dbus 1.6.12 (Desktop Bus) is a simple inter-process communication (IPC) system for software applications to communicate with one another. Heavily influenced by KDE23’s DCOP system, D-Bus has replaced DCOP in the KDE 4 release. An implementation of D-Bus supports most POSIX operating systems, and a port for Windows exists. It is used by Qt 4 and GNOME. In GNOME it has gradually replaced most parts of the earlier Bonobo mechanism.
293 dbus-1-glib 1.4.16 D-Bus add-on library to integrate the standard D-Bus library with the GLib thread abstraction and main loop.
294 dbus-1-java 1.4.16 Java bindings for D-BUS
295 dbus-1-mono 1.4.16 Mono Bindings for D-Bus
296 dbus-1-python 1.4.16 Python bindings for D-Bus
297 dbus-1-qt3 1.4.16 KDE bindings for D-Bus
298 dbus-c++ 0.0.2 C++ D-Bus bindings
299 dbus-glib 0.104 D-Bus add-on library to integrate the standard D-Bus library with the GLib thread abstraction and main loop.
300 dbus-python 1.2.0 D-Bus python bindings for use with python programs.
301 dconf 0.14.0 A configuration system
302 dcraw 9.16 dcraw is an open source computer program which is able to read numerous raw image formats, typically produced by high-end digital cameras. dcraw converts these images into the standard PPM and TIFF image formats. This conversion is sometimes referred to as developing a raw image (by analogy with the process of film development) since it renders raw image sensor data (a “digital negative”) into a viewable form.
303 ddccontrol 0.4.2 DDCControl allows control of monitor parameters via DDC
304 ddccontrol-db 20061014 DDCControl monitor database
305 ddclient 3.8.1 DDclient is a Perl client used to update dynamic DNS entries for accounts on Dynamic DNS Network Services’ free DNS service. It was originally written by Paul Burry and is now maintained by developers for ddclient on sourceforge. It has the capability to update more than just dyndns and it can fetch your WAN-ipaddress in a few different ways. Check the configuration pages to find how to do this.
306 ddd 3.3.12 GNU DDD is a graphical front-end for command-line debuggers such as GDB, DBX, WDB, Ladebug, JDB, XDB, the Perl debugger, the bash debugger bashdb, the GNU Make debugger remake, or the Python debugger pydb. Besides “usual” front-end features such as viewing source texts, DDD has become famous through its interactive graphical data display, where data structures are displayed as graphs.
307 dejagnu 1.5 Framework for running test suites on software tools. DejaGnu is a framework for testing other programs. Its purpose is to provide a single front end for all tests. DejaGnu provides a layer of abstraction which allows you to write tests that are portable to any host or target where a program must be tested. All tests have the same output format. DejaGnu is written in `expect’, which in turn uses “Tcl”–Tool command language.
308 dejavu 2.29 DejaVu fonts, bitstream vera with ISO-8859-2 characters
309 deltacloud-core 0.5.0 Deltacloud cross-cloud API
310 deltarpm 3.6 DeltaRPM is a tool that generates RPMs that contains the difference between an old and a new version of an RPM. This makes it possible to recreate the new RPM from the deltarpm and the old one. You don’t have to have a copy of the old RPM, as it can also work with installed RPMs. The package also contains tools for creating and applying delta ISOs.
311 derby Apache Debry started out its life as a Java database project called “JBMS” that was developed by a developed by a small start-up back in 1997 during the first “dot com” boom. That startup, called Cloudscape, was acquired by the Object Relational database vendor Informix, which in turn was acquired by IBM. IBM renamed the database after its original authors, Cloudscape and after adding a lot of functionality to it and using it in various projects, donated it to the Apache Software Foundation in 2004.
312 des 4.01 DES (Data Encryption Standard): A controversial IBM developed encryption technique that was adopted by the US government for non-classified information, and widely used by financial institutions to transfer large sums of money electronically. Critics charge that DES technology was deliberately weakened so the government would be able to break DES-encoded messages when it chose to do so. From QUECID
313 desktop-file-utils 0.21 .desktop files are used to describe an application for inclusion in GNOME or KDE menus. This package contains desktop-file-validate which checks whether a .desktop file complies with the specification athttp://, and desktop-file-install which installs a desktop file to the standard directory, optionally fixing it up in the process.
314 desktop-printing 0.2 Desktop printing capabilities
315 devfsd 1.3.25 The devfsd programme is a daemon, run by the system bootscripts which can provide for intelligent management ofdevice entries in the Device Filesystem (devfs). As part of its setup phase devfsd creates certain symbolic links which are compiled into the code. These links are required by /usr/src/linux/Documentation/devices.txt. This behaviour may change in future revisions .devfsd will read the special control file .devfsd in amounted devfs, listening for the creation and removal of device entries (this is termed a change operation). For each change operation, devfsd can take many actions. The daemon will normally run itself in the background and send messages to syslog. The opening of the syslog service is automatically delayed until /dev/log is created. At startup, before switching to daemon mode, devfsd willscan the mounted device tree and will generate synthetic REGISTER events for each leaf node.
316 devhelp 3.6.0 Devhelp is an API documentation browser for GTK+ and GNOME. It works natively with gtk-doc (the API reference framework developed for GTK+ and used throughout GNOME for API documentation). If you use gtk-doc with your project, you can use Devhelp to browse the documentation.
317 device-mapper 1.02.65 In the Linux kernel, the device-mapper serves as a generic framework to map one block device onto another. It forms the foundation of LVM2 and EVMS, software RAIDs, dm-crypt disk encryption, and offers additional features such as file-system snapshots. Device-mapper works by processing data passed in from a virtual block device, that it itself provides, and then passing the resultant data on to another block device.
318 device-mapper-multipath 0.4.9 The latest OS Native multipathing solution is Device Mappper-Multipath (DM-Multipath) available with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.0 U2 and SuSE SLES 9.0 PS2.
319 device-mapper-persistent-data 0.4.1 Device-mapper thin provisioning tools
320 dev-install 0.0.1 Chromium OS Developer Packages installer
321 devs 20110722 The Red Hat Linux operating system uses file system entries to representdevices (CD-ROMs, floppy drives, etc.) attached to the machine. All of these entries are in the /dev tree (although they do not have to be). This package contains the most commonly used /dev entries. The dev package is a basic part of your Red Hat Linux system and it needs to be installed.
322 dhcdbd n/a dhcdbd provides a dbus interface to dhclient allowing applications such as Networkmanager to query the state of and control interfaces.
323 dhcp 4.2.5 The Dynamic Host Configuration protocol allows the client to receive options from the DHCP server describing the network configuration and various services that are available on the network. When configuring dhcpd(8) or dhclient(8) , options must often be declared. The syntax for declaring options, and the names and formats of the options that can be declared, are documented here.
324 dhcp6 4.2.3 DHCPv6 is the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol for IPv6. Although IPv6’s stateless address autoconfiguration removes the primary motivation for DHCP in IPv6, DHCPv6 can still be used to assign addresses statefully if the network administrator desires more control over addressing. It can also be used to distribute other configuration information as is the practice in IPv4. A notable case are Domain Name System servers used on a network, albeit other mechanism exist for this in the Neighbor Discovery Protocol.[1]
325 dhcpcd 5.1.4 Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Server.
326 dhcp-client 4.2.3 The Internet Software Consortium DHCP Client, dhclient, provides a means for configuring one or more network interfaces using the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, BOOTP protocol, or if these protocols fail, by statically assigning an address.
327 dhcp-relay 4.2.3 The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a service that runs at the application layer of the TCP/IP protocol stack to dynamically assign IP addresses to DHCP clients, and to allocate TCP/IP configuration information to DHCP clients. This includes subnet mask information, default gateway IP addresses, DNS IP addresses, and WINS IP addresses. The DHCP protocol is derived from the Bootstrap Protocol (BOOTP) protocol. The DHCP server is configured with a predetermined pool of IP addresses (scopes), from which it allocates IP addresses to DHCP clients. During the boot process, DHCP clients request IP addresses, and obtain leases for IP addresses from the DHCP server.
328 dhcp-server 6.87 The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is an auto configuration protocol used on IP networks. Computers that are connected to IP networks must be configured before they can communicate with other computers on the network. DHCP allows a computer to be configured automatically, eliminating the need for intervention by a network administrator. It also provides a central database for keeping track of computers that have been connected to the network. This prevents two computers from accidentally being configured with the same IP address. In the absence of DHCP, hosts may be manually configured with an IP address. Alternatively IPv6 hosts may use stateless address autoconfiguration to generate an IP address. IPv4 hosts may use link-local addressing to achieve limited local connectivity.
329 dhcp-tools 2.0.0alpha4 & Tools associated with DHCP.
330 dia 0.97.2 Dia is used to create diagrams. Dia has a number of basic tools, like lines and boxes but can also dynamically load “sheets”. A sheet is a collection of tools that are used in a certain type of diagram. Most diagram objects in Dia has “handles”. Lines can be connected to these handles and this way graph structures can be formed. When objects are moved or resized the connections will follow the objects. Diagrams drawn in Dia can be exported PostScript.
331 dialog 1.2 Displays user-friendly dialog boxes from shell scripts This application provides a method of displaying several different types of dialog boxes from shell scripts. This allows a developer of a script to interact with the user in a much friendlier manner. The following types of boxes are at your disposal: yes/no Typical query style box with “Yes” and “No” answer buttons menu A scrolling list of menu choices with single entry selection input Query style box with text entry field message Similar to the yes/no box, but with only an “Ok” button text A scrollable text box that works like a simple file viewer info A message display that allows asynchronous script execution checklist Similar to the menu box, but allowing multiple selections radiolist Checklist style box allowing single selections gauge Typical “progress report” style box tail Allows viewing the end of files (tail) that auto updates background tail Similar to tail but runs in the background.
332 dietlibc 0.33 dietlibc is a C standard library released under the GNU General Public License Version 2. It was developed by Felix von Leitner with the goal to compile and link programs to the smallest possible size. dietlibc was developed from scratch and thus only implements the most important and commonly used functions. It is mainly used in embedded devices.
333 diffstat 1.55 The diff command compares files line by line. Diffstat reads theoutput of the diff command and displays a histogram of the insertions, deletions, and modifications in each file. Diffstat is commonly used to provide a summary of the changes in large, complex patch files. Install diffstat if you need a program which provides a summary of the diff command’s output. You also need to install diffutils.
334 diffutils 3.3 Diffutils includes four utilities: diff, cmp, diff3 and sdiff. * Diff compares two files and shows the differences, line by line. * The cmp command shows the offset and line numbers where two files differ, or cmp can show the characters that differ between the two files. * The diff3 command shows the differences between three files. Diff3 can be used when two people have made independent changes to a common original; diff3 can produce a merged file that contains both persons’ changes and warnings about conflicts. * The sdiff command can be used to merge two files interactively. Install diffutils if you need to compare text files.
335 digikam 2.9.0 digiKam is an advanced digital photo management application, which makes importing and organizing digital photos a “snap”. The photos are organized in albums which can be sorted chronologically, by folder layout or by custom collections. digiKam also provides tagging. You tag your images which can be spread out across multiple folders, and digiKam provides fast and intuitive ways to browse these tagged images. You can also add comments to your images.
336 digikamimageplugins 3.5 DigikamImagePlugins are a collection of plugins for digiKam Image Editor and ShowFoto. These plugins add new image treatment options like color management, filters, or special effects.
337 ding-libs 1.2.0 Library to process config files in INI format into a libcollection data structure
338 DirectFB 1.4.15 DirectFB is a thin library that provides hardware graphics acceleration, input device handling and abstraction, integrated windowing system with support for translucent windows and multiple display layers, not only on top of the Linux Framebuffer Device. It is a complete hardware abstraction layer with software fallbacks for every graphics operation that is not supported by the underlying hardware. DirectFB adds graphical power to embedded systems and sets a new standard for graphics under Linux.
339 directory_administrator 1.6 LDAP POSIX user/group manager for gnome. Directory administrator is an LDAP POSIX user/group manager. That, in plain English, means that it will allow you to easily manage your Linux/UNIX users and groups residing in an LDAP database. The ‘rules’ for this is defined in RFC2307.
340 dirmngr 1.1.0 irMngr is a server for managing and downloading certificate revocation lists (CRLs) for X.509 certificates and for downloading the certificates themselves. DirMngr also handles OCSP requests as an alternative to CRLs. DirMngr is either invoked internally by gpgsm or when running as a system daemon through the dirmngr-client tool.
341 diskdumputils 1.3.6 The diskdump utilities set up the kernel to save memory image to the specified partition.
342 distcache 1.5.1 The distcache architecture provides a protocol and set of accompanying tools to allow applications, and indeed machines, to share session state between them by way of a network service.
343 Django 1.4.1 High-level Python Web framework
344 django-openstack-auth 2.4.2 Django OpenStack Auth is a pluggable Django authentication backend that works with Django’s contrib.auth framework to authenticate a user against OpenStack’s Keystone Identity API.
345 dlm 3.99.5 A distributed lock manager (DLM) provides distributed software applications with a means to synchronize their accesses to shared resources.

DLMs have been used as the foundation for several successful clustered file systems, in which the machines in a cluster can use each other’s storage via a unified file system, with significant advantages for performance and availability. The main performance benefit comes from solving the problem of disk cache coherency between participating computers. The DLM is used not only for file locking but also for coordination of all disk access. VMScluster, the first clustering system to come into widespread use, relies on the OpenVMS DLM in just this way.

346 dmapi 2.2.10 Data Management API (DMAPI) is the interface defined in the X/Open document “Systems Management: Data Storage Management (XDSM) API” dated February 1997. XFS, IBM JFS, VxFS, AdvFS and GPFS file systems support DMAPI for Hierarchical Storage Management (HSM).
347 dmidecode 2.11 Desktop Management Interface (DMI) Standards generate a standard framework for managing and tracking components in a desktop pc, notebook or server. DMI was the first desktop management standard. The DMI Home Page is a repository of all DMI-related information from the specification to tools to support to the Product Registry of DMI-certified products.

Dmidecode reports information about your system’s hardware as described in your system BIOS according to the SMBIOS/DMI standard (see a sample output). This information typically includes system manufacturer, model name, serial number, BIOS version, asset tag as well as a lot of other details of varying level of interest and reliability depending on the manufacturer. This will often include usage status for the CPU sockets, expansion slots (e.g. AGP, PCI, ISA) and memory module slots, and the list of I/O ports (e.g. serial, parallel, USB).

348 dmraid 1.0.0.rc16 dmraid discovers block and software RAID devices (eg, ATARAID) by using multiple different metadata format handlers which support various formats (eg, Highpoint 37x series). It offers activating RAID sets made up by 2 or more discovered RAID devices, display properties of devices and sets. See option -l for supported metadata formats. Block device access to activated RAID sets happens through device-mapper nodes /dev/mapper/RaidSetName. RaidSetName starts with the format name (see -l option) which can be used to access all RAID sets of a specific format easily with certain options.
349 dnf 0.4.8 Dandified Yum (DNF) is the next upcoming major version of Yum. It does package management using RPM, libsolv and hawkey libraries.
350 dnf-langpacks 0.15.1 dnf-langpacks is a plugin for DNF that looks for langpacks for your native language for packages you install.
351 dnf-plugins-core 0.1.21-2 Core Plugins for DNF. This package enhance DNF with builddep, config-manager, copr, debuginfo-install, download, needs-restarting, repoquery and reposync commands. Additionally provides generate_completion_cache, noroot and protected_packages passive plugins.
352 dnsmasq 2.66 Dnsmasq is a lightweight, easy to configure DNS forwarder and DHCP server. It is designed to provide DNS and, optionally, DHCP, to a small network. It can serve the names of local machines which are not in the global DNS. The DHCP server integrates with the DNS server and allows machines with DHCP-allocated addresses to appear in the DNS with names configured either in each host or in a central configuration file. Dnsmasq supports static and dynamic DHCP leases and BOOTP/TFTP/PXE for network booting of diskless machines.
353 docbook-utils 1.2.1 The DocBook-utils package is a collection of utility scripts used to convert and analyze SGML documents in general, and DocBook files in particular. The scripts are used to convert from DocBook or other SGML formats into classical file formats like HTML, man, info, RTF and many more. There’s also a utility to compare two SGML files and only display the differences in markup. This is useful for comparing documents prepared for different languages.
354 docker 1.12.2 Docker is an open source project to pack, ship and run any application as a lightweight container.
355 docker-distribution 2.5.1 The Docker toolset to pack, ship, store, and deliver content.
356 dockutils SUSE Dockutils is a collection of scripts providing an infrastructure to easily trigger actions on docking requests for different laptops.
357 dogtail 0.8.0 Is a GUI test tool and automation framework written in Python. It uses Accessibility (a11y) technologies to communicate with desktop applications. dogtail scripts are written in Python and executed like any other Python program.
358 dos2unix 6.0.3 Program that converts plain text files in DOS/MAC format to UNIX format.
359 dosfstools 3.0.20 Utilities to create and check MS-DOS FAT filesystems Inside of this package there are two utilities to create and to check MS-DOS FAT filesystems on either harddisks or floppies under Linux. This version uses the enhanced boot sector/superblock format of DOS 3.3+ as well as provides a default dummy boot sector code.
360 dovecot 2.1.10 Dovecot is an open source IMAP and POP3 email server for Linux/UNIX-like systems, written with security primarily in mind. Dovecot is an excellent choice for both small and large installations. It’s fast, simple to set up, requires no special administration and it uses very little memory.
361 doxygen 1.8.5 Doxygen is a documentation system for C++, C, Java, Objective-C, Python, IDL (Corba and Microsoft flavors), Fortran, VHDL, PHP, C#, and to some extent D.
362 dprobes 20090717 Dynamic Probes is a linux debugger that can be used to insert software probes dynamically into executing code modules. When a probe is fired, a user-written probe-handler is executed. The probe-handler is a program written in an assembly-like language, based on the Reverse Polish Notation (RPN). Instructions are provided to enable the probe-handler to access all the hardware registers, system data structures and memory. DProbes operates under the most extreme software conditions such as debugging a deep rooted operating system problem in a live environment, for example in the page-manager of the kernel or perhaps a problem that will not re-create easily in either a lab or production environment. For such inaccessible problem scenarios Dynamic Probes not only offers a technique for gathering diagnostic information but has a high probability of successful outcome without the need to build custom modules for debugging purposes.
363 dracut 33 Initramfs generator using udev
364 drbd 8.3.11 DRBD refers to block devices designed as a building block to form high availability (HA) clusters. This is done by mirroring a whole block device via an assigned network. DRBD can be understood as network based raid-1.
365 drbd-kmp-default 3.1 drbd-kmp-default is the kernel module of drbd. It’s a SUSE subpackage of drbd. Now part of drbd.
366 droidfonts-cros 1.0.113a The latest fonts including Droid Thai, Hebrew and Arabic
367 dropbear 0.55 SSH2 server and client
368 dslimit n/a n/a n/a
369 dstat 0.7.2 dstat is a versatile replacement for vmstat, iostat, netstat, nfsstat, and ifstat. It includes various counters (in separate plugins) and allows you to select and view all of your system resources instantly; you can, for example, compare disk usage in combination with interrupts from your IDE controller, or compare the network bandwidth numbers directly with the disk throughput (in the same interval).
370 dtc 1.4.1 The Device Tree Compiler generates flattened Open Firmware style device trees for use with PowerPC machines that lack an Open Firmware implementation
371 dump 0.4b43 Dump examines files on an ext2 filesystem and determines which files need to be backed up. These files are copied to the given disk, tape or other storage medium for safe keeping (see the -f option below for doing remote backups). A dump that is larger than the output medium is broken into multiple volumes. On most media the size is determined by writing until an end-of-media indication is returned.
372 dvd+rw-tools 7.1 dvd+rw-tools (also known as growisofs, its main part) is a collection of open source computer programs that are popular DVD (and recently Blu-ray Disc) burning tools for Linux, FreeBSD, Windows and Mac OS X. The package itself requires another program which is used to create ISO 9660 images on the fly. This is provided by mkisofs (from the cdrtools package) or genisoimage (from the cdrkit package). Released under the GNU General Public License, dvd+rw-tools is free software.
373 dvgrab 3.5 dvgrab is a program that captures DV video and audio data from digital camcorders via an IEEE1394 link. (IEEE1394 is also known under the various trademarks FireWire, i.Link, or Lynx.) The DV data is stored in one or several files and can later be processed by video editing soft-ware. dvgrab can remote control the camcorder but it does not show the video’s content on screen.
374 dwz 0.11 DWARF optimization and duplicate removal tool
375 dyninst 9.2.1;a=tree;h=626708766588a52fbebb6019141b582aaf951bc2;hb=5065988cd9cac1029befe74c37f1adac0f974182 Dyninst is an Application Program Interface (API) to permit the insertion of code into a running program. The API also permits changing or removing subroutine calls from the application program. Run-time code changes are useful to support a variety of applications including debugging, performance monitoring, and to support composing applications out of existing packages. The goal of this API is to provide a machine independent interface to permit the creation of tools and applications that use run-time code patching.
376 e2fsprogs 1.42.9 The EXT2 file system utilities and libraries. EXT2 stands for “Extended Filesystem”, version 2. It’s the main filesystem type used for hard disks on Debian and other Linux systems. This package contains programs for creating, checking, and maintaining EXT2 filesystems, and the generic `fsck’ wrapper.
377 easymock git clone external on-the-fly mock object creation
378 ebtables 2.0.10 The ebtables program is a filtering tool for a Linux-based bridging firewall. It enables transparent filtering of network traffic passing through a Linux bridge.
379 ecj 3.7.1 ECJ is a research EC system written in Java. It was designed to be highly flexible, with nearly all classes (and all of their settings) dynamically determined at runtime by a user-provided parameter file. All structures in the system are arranged to be easily modifiable. Even so, the system was designed with an eye toward efficiency. ECJ is developed at George Mason University’s ECLab Evolutionary Computation Laboratory. The software has nothing to do with its initials’ namesake, Evolutionary Computation Journal. ECJ’s sister project is MASON, a multi-agent simulation system which dovetails with ECJ nicely.
380 eclipse-sdk 4.2.1 Eclipse SDK 4.0 is the next generation platform for building Eclipse-based tools and rich client desktop applications. This new release makes it easier for developers to develop and assemble applications and tools based on the Eclipse platform. TThe 4.0 release is for early adopters that want to test backwards compatibility and migrate their plug-ins and RCP applications. We expect Eclipse end users will adopt a future release of Eclipse 4.x.
381 ecryptfs-utils 100 eCryptfs is a POSIX-compliant enterprise-class stacked cryptographic filesystem for Linux.
382 ed 1.9 ed is a line-oriented text editor. It is used to create, display, modify and otherwise manipulate text files. red is a restricted ed: it can only edit files in the current directory and cannot execute shell commands. If invoked with a file argument, then a copy of file is read into the editor’s buffer. Changes are made to this copy and not directly to file itself. Upon quitting ed, any changes not explicitly saved with a `w’ command are lost.
383 edac-utils 0.16 Userspace helper for Linux kernel EDAC drivers.
384 eekboard 1.0.8 Yet Another Virtual Keyboard
385 eel2 2.26.0 Eazel Extensions Library is a collection of widgets and functions for use with GNOME.
386 efax 0.9a efax is a integrated fax program for Unix-like computer systems, produced by Casas Communications Engineering since 1993.
The software allows users to send and receive faxes using a computer, fax modem, and telephone line. It is command-line-based, but there are several graphical user interfaces available.[2]
387 efibootmgr 0.5.4 A Linux user-space application to modify the Intel Extensible Firmware Interface (EFI) Boot Manager. This application can create and destroy boot entries, change the boot order, change the next running boot option, and more.
388 efivar 0.24 efivar provides a simple command line interface to the UEFI variable facility.
389 eID-belgium n/a This PKCS11 library can be used for cryptographic operations with the Belgian electronic identity card. For example, you could use it to authenticate yourself (for example, on a Web site) or for signing electronic documents with a legally binding signature.
390 eIDconfig-belgium n/a eIDconfig-belgium aims at easing the configuration of both the Belgian eID middleware and applications that can use this middleware to interact with the Belgian eID card.
391 eject 2.1.5 Eject allows removable media (typically a CD-ROM, floppy disk, tape, or JAZ or ZIP disk) to be ejected under software control. The command can also control some multi-disc CD-ROM changers, the auto-eject feature supported by some devices, and close the disc tray of some CD-ROM drives. The device corresponding to is ejected. The name can be a device file or mount point, either a full path or with the leading “/dev” or “/mnt” omitted. If no name is specified, the default name “cdrom” is used. There are four different methods of ejecting, depending on whether the device is a CD-ROM, SCSI device, removable floppy, or tape. By default eject tries all four methods in order until it succeeds. If the device is currently mounted, it is unmounted before ejecting.
392 ekiga 3.9.90 Ekiga (formely known as GnomeMeeting) is an open source SoftPhone, Video Conferencing and Instant Messenger application over the Internet.
393 ElectricFence 2.2.2 Electric Fence (efence) stops your program on the exact instruction that overruns (or underruns) a malloc() memory buffer. GDB will then display the source-code line that causes the bug. It works by using the virtual-memory hardware to create a red-zone at the border of each buffer – touch that, and your program stops. Catch all of those formerly impossible-to-catch overrun bugs that have been bothering you for years.
394 elfcopy 2.3.5r1 ELF manipulation utilities
395 elfutils 0.160 Collection of utilities to handle ELF objects.
396 elilo 3.1.4 elilo is the standard Linux boot loader for EFI-based PC hardware. It was originally developed for IA-64 systems made by Hewlett Packard, but also works on standard Intel IA-32 and x86-64 hardware with EFI support. elilo is likely to be the standard bootloader on any version of Linux running on Intel-based Apple Macintosh hardware, and has already been used to boot a version of Gentoo Linux. It supports network booting using TFTP/DHCP.
397 elinks 0.12pre5 ELinks is an advanced and well-established feature-rich text mode web (HTTP/FTP/..) browser. ELinks can render both frames and tables, is highly customizable and can be extended via Lua or Guile scripts. It is quite portable and runs on a variety of platforms. Check the about page for a more complete description.
398 emacs 24.2 The emacs text editor, and advanced and sophisticated text editor. Emacs may seem rich or bloated, depending on your point of view. There are likely 3 versions of emacs installed on your system: (1) text-only: type emacs in a text (not X-windows) terminal; (2) graphical-mode: type emacs in an X-windows terminal (fairly usable even for a newbie if you take some time to learn it); and (3) X-windows mode: type xemacs in an X-windows terminal. Emacs comes with a built-in tutorial. Exit emacs with Ctrl-C.
399 emacspeak 34 Emacspeak is a speech interface that allows visually impaired users to interact independently and efficiently with the computer. Audio formatting –a technique pioneered by AsTeR– and full support for W3C’s Aural CSS (ACSS) allows Emacspeak to produce rich aural presentations of electronic information. By seamlessly blending all aspects of the Internet such as Web-surfing and messaging, Emacspeak speech-enables local and remote information via a consistent and well-integrated user interface. Available free of cost on the Internet, Emacspeak has dramatically changed how the author and hundreds of blind and visually impaired users around the world interact with the personal computer and the Internet. A rich suite of task-oriented tools provides efficient speech-enabled access to the audio desktop and evolving semantic WWW. When combined with Linux running on low-cost PC hardware, Emacspeak/Linux provides a reliable, stable speech-friendly solution that opens up the Internet to visually impaired users around the world.
400 emoji 2.3.5r1 Android emoji library
401 encodings 1.0.3 X.Org font encodings
402 engine-pkcs11 0.1.8 engine_pkcs11 is an implementation of an engine for OpenSSL
403 enscript GNU enscript is a free replacement for Adobe’s Enscript program. Enscript converts ASCII files to PostScript(TM) and spools generated PostScriptoutput to the specified printer or saves it to a file. Enscript can be extended to handle different output media and includes many options for customizing printouts.
404 enyo 2.2.0 JavaScript cross-platform application development framework
405 eog 3.6.0 Eye of Gnome graphics viewer program eog or the Eye of Gnome is a graphics viewer for GNOME which uses the gdk-pixbuf library. It can deal with large images, and zoom and scroll with constant memory usage. The goal is a standard graphics viewer for future releases of Gnome.
406 epic 2.10.1 EPIC is a Perl IDE based on the Eclipse platform.
407 epiphany 3.6.0 As its name (meaning “an intuitive grasp of reality through something simple and striking”) indicates, Epiphany, though based on the Mozilla rendering engine, aims to utilize a much simpler and less bloated interface. It also has standards compliance and GNOME integration. Platform: Linux / Unix.
408 eruby 1.0.5 eRuby is a templating system that embeds Ruby into a text document. It is often used to embed Ruby code in an HTML document, similar to ASP, JSP and PHP.
409 esc 1.1.0 The Extended Static Checker for Java version 2 (ESC/Java2) is a programming tool that attempts to find common run-time errors in JML-annotated Java programs by static analysis of the program code and its formal annotations. Users can control the amount and kinds of checking that ESC/Java2 performs by annotating their programs with specially formatted comments called pragmas.
410 eselect-opengl 1.2.4 Utility to change the OpenGL interface being used
411 eselect-python 20100321 Eselect module for management of multiple Python versions
412 esound 0.2.41 ESounD, the Enlightened Sound Daemon, is a server process that mixes several audio streams for playback by a single audio device. For example, if you are listening to music on a CD and you receive asound-related event from ICQ, the two applications will not have to queue for the use of your sound card. Install esound if you would like to let sound applications share your audio device. You will also need to install the audiofile package.
413 etcd 3.0.12 A highly-available key value store for shared configuration.
414 ethereal 0.99.0 Network traffic analyzer Ethereal is a network traffic analyzer, or “sniffer”, for Unix and Unix-like operating systems. A sniffer is a tool used to capture packets off the wire. Ethereal decodes numerous protocols (too many to list). This package provides ethereal (the GTK+ version).
415 ethtool 6.0 This utility allows querying and changing of ethernet card settings, such as speed, port, auto-negotiation, and PCI locations.
416 euca2ools 2.0.2 Command-line tools for interacting with AWS-compatible clouds
417 evince 3.6.0 Evince is a document viewer for multiple document formats. It currently supports pdf, postscript, djvu, tiff and dvi. The goal of evince is to replace the multiple document viewers that exist on the GNOME Desktop with a single simple application.
418 evlog 1.6.1 EvLog represents a simple way to monitor your Windows event logs.
419 evms 2.5.5 The Enterprise Volume Management System (EVMS) Project has the goal of providing unparalleled flexibility and extensibility in managing storage. It represents a new approach to logical volume management for Linux. The architecture introduces a plug-in model that allows for easy expansion and customization of various levels of volume management. EVMS provides a single, unified system for handling all of your storage management tasks. EVMS recognizes all of the disks on your system and allows for a variety of partitioning schemes. Software-RAID and logical volume groups can be managed in EVMS. Filesystems can be created and checked, and are automatically updated when changes are made to the underlying volumes. With EVMS, there is no longer a need for several individual utilities for performing each of these tasks.
420 evolution 3.10.4 This program is a graphical groupware suite; a single application with email, calendar, address book, and task-list tools to help you collaborate with other people. This man page is not the central source of help for Evolution. You can find the user’s guide by running the application and selecting items from the Help menu. Additional help and security information are available at the Ximian knowledge base online at For help with additional command-line options, type evolution –help at the command line.
421 evolution-connector 3.2.1 Evolution is Novell’s award-winning e-mail and workgroup client for Linux* systems and is the most widely used collaboration suite on Linux. Evolution Connector allows Microsoft Exchange Server 2000/2003 users to easily manage their e-mail, calendars, group schedules, address books, public folders and tasks from Linux desktops.
422 evolution-data-server 3.5.92 The Evolution Data Server provides a single database for common, desktop-wide information, such as a user’s address book or calendar events. It is also a dependency of the clock applet from the gnome-applets package, 2.10 release.
423 evolution-ews 3.8.1 Evolution extension for Exchange Web Services
424 evolution-sharp 3.2.1 Evolution# is a .NET language binding for various Ximian Evolution libraries.
425 evolution-webcal 3.2.1 Evolution Webcal 1.0.2 is now ready for public consumption and the enjoyment of clicking webcal: urls in your web browsr and having them pop up a subscription dialog. The calendars will automatically appear in Evolution 1.5.x if it is running, or will show up the next time you start Evolution. It registers as the Gnome URL Handler for “webcal:” so that any gnome application can open it when you click on these types of URLs. Other non-gnome applications can easily set their URL handler to be “gnome-open” as well, and those applications can use the Gnome URL Handlers as well.
426 exim 4.80 Exim is a mail transfer agent (MTA) used on Unix-like operating systems. Exim is free software distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public Licence, and it aims to be a general and flexible mailer with extensive facilities for checking incoming e-mail.
427 expat 2.1.0 XML parsing C library – example application This package contains xmlwf, an example application of expat, the C library for parsing XML. The arguments to xmlwf are one or more files which are each to be checked for XML well-formedness.
428 expect 5.45 Expect is a tcl extension for automating interactive applications suchas telnet, ftp, passwd, fsck, rlogin, tip, etc. Expect is also useful for testing the named applications. Expect makes it easy for a scriptto control another program and interact with it. Install the expect package if you’d like to develop scripts which interactwith interactive applications. You’ll also need to install the tcl package.
429 fast-user-switch-applet 2.13.92 Applet for the GNOME panel which provides a menu to switch between users.
430 fbset 2.1 Framebuffer device maintenance program. Program to modify settings for the framebuffer devices (/dev/fb?) on Linux, like depth, virtual resolution, timing parameters etc. This program is useful for all Linux/ m68k kernel versions, and for late 2.1 kernels on most other architectures.
431 fcoe-utils 1.0.29 Fibre Channel over Ethernet utilities
432 fdlibm 5.3 Freely distributed math library
433 fedora-directory Red Hat has released the Fedora Directory Server and will open its source code under the GPL license in the near future. The server includes the LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol), which allows standardized access to directory information, such as network addresses, user IDs with access and authentication data. Red Hat bought this software from AOL last year as part of a 20.5 million dollar purchase of Netscape Enterprise technologies. The Fedora Directory Server is compatible with Fedora Core 3, Solaris 2.8 and 2.9, and Windows 2000 and can be downloaded from the Fedora Project web site.
434 fence-agents 4.0.4 Fence Agents for Red Hat Cluster
435 fence-virt 0.3.0 Cluster I/O fencing agent for virtual machines designed to support various methods of guest-to-host communication and management frameworks.
436 festival 2.1 Speech synthesis system Festival is a general multi-lingual speech synthesis system. It offers a full text to speech system with various APIs, as well an environment for development and research of speech synthesis techniques. It includes a Scheme-based command interpreter. Besides research into speech synthesis, festival is useful as a stand-alone speech synthesis program. It is capable of producing clearly understandable speech from text.
437 fetchmail 6.3.22 POP3, APOP, IMAP mail gatherer/forwarder (crypto-crippled binary) fetchmail is a free, full-featured, robust, and well-documented remote mail retrieval and forwarding utility intended to be used over on-demand TCP/IP links (such as SLIP or PPP connections). It retrieves mail from remote mail servers and forwards it to your local (client) machine’s delivery system, so it can then be read by normal mail user agents such as mutt, elm, pine, (x)emacs/gnus, or mailx. The fetchmailconf package includes an interactive GUI configurator suitable for end-users. Kerberos IV and V, RPA, OPIE and GSSAPI support are available if the package is recompiled. SSL is provided by the fetchmail-ssl package.
438 fftw 3.3.2 FFTW, for “Fastest Fourier Transform in the West”, is a software library for computing discrete Fourier transforms (DFTs), developed by Matteo Frigo and Steven G. Johnson at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.[1][2][3]
439 file 5.11 File tests each argument in an attempt to classify it. There are three sets of tests, performed in this order: filesystem tests, magic number tests, and language tests. The first test that succeeds causes the file type to be printed.
440 file-roller 3.6.0 File Roller is an archive manager for the GNOME environment. This means that you can : create and modify archives; view the content of an archive; view afile contained in the archive; extract files from the archive. File Roller is only a front-end (a graphical interface) to archiving programs like tar and zip. The supported file types are : Tar archives uncompressed (.tar) or compressed with gzip (.tar.gz , .tgz), bzip ( , .tbz), bzip2 (.tar.bz2 , .tbz2), compress (.tar.Z , .taz), lzop (.tar.lzo , .tzo), Zip archives (.zip), Jar archives (.jar , .ear , .war), Lha archives (.lzh), Rar archives (.rar), Single files compressed with gzip, bzip, bzip2, compress, lzop.
441 filesystem 3.2 A file system (often also written as filesystem) is a method of storing and organizing computer files and their data. Essentially, it organizes these files into a database for the storage, organization, manipulation, and retrieval by the computer’s operating system. File systems are used on data storage devices such as hard disks or CD-ROMs to maintain the physical location of the files. Beyond this, they might provide access to data on a file server by acting as clients for a network protocol (e.g., NFS, SMB, or 9P clients), or they may be virtual and exist only as an access method for virtual data (e.g., procfs). It is distinguished from a directory service and registry.
442 fillup 1.42 fillup merges files that hold variables. A variable is defined by an entity composed of a preceding comment, a variable name, an assignment delimiter, and a related variable value. A variable is determined by its variable name.
443 filters 1.13 The CUPS filter interface provides a standard method for adding support for new document types to CUPS. Each filter is capable of converting from one or more input formats to another format that can either be printed directly or piped into another filter to get it to a printable format. Filters must be capable of reading from a filename on the command-line or from the standard input, copying the standard input to a temporary file as required by the file format. All output must be sent to the standard output. The command name (argv[0]) is set to the name of the destination printer.
444 findutils 4.5.11 Utilities for finding files–find, xargs, and locate These utilities find files meeting specified criteria and perform various actions on the files which are found.
445 finger 0.17 Finger displays the user’s login name, real name, terminal name and write status (as a “*” after the terminal name if write permission is denied), idle time, login time, office location and office phone number. Login time is displayed as month, day, hours and minutes, unless more than six months ago, in which case the year is displayed rather than the hours and minutes.
446 fipscheck 1.4.1 The fipscheck package contains a library (libfipscheck) and utilities (fipshmac and fipscheck) which create HMAC checksums and verify the integrity of files which are part of a FIPS software module.
447 firefox 49 Firefox is one of the most popular web browsers with an estimated 350 million users.
448 firewalld 0.3.9 A firewall daemon with D-BUS interface providing a dynamic firewall
449 firstboot 18.3 firstboot is the program that runs on the first boot of a Fedora or Red Hat Enterprise Linux system that allows you to configure more things than the installer allows. It also has a mode known as reconfig mode to let you reconfigure user settings that were originally set in the installer. This is generally useful to IHVs shipping hardware to an end user so that the end user can do things such as select their language, set their root password and configure their network. To start this mode, touch /etc/reconfigSys on your system. firstboot has a modular architecture such that each screen is a separate python module. This allows firstboot to be a framework that requires no knowledge of the underlying modules. The primary benefit of this is that additional steps can be added without having to modify firstboot itself. The Modules page describes how to create a firstboot module.
450 flac 1.3.0 Free Lossless Audio Codec – command line tools FLAC stands for Free Lossless Audio Codec. Grossly oversimplified, FLAC is similar to MP3, but lossless. The FLAC project consists of: * The stream format * libFLAC, which implements a reference encoder, stream decoder, and file decoder * flac, which is a command-line wrapper around libFLAC to encode and decode .flac files * Input plugins for various music players (Winamp, XMMS, and more in the works) This package contains the command-line tool, flac.
451 flannel 0.5.5 Flannel is an etcd driven address management agent. Most commonly it is used to manage the ip addresses of overlay networks between systems running containers that need to communicate with one another.
452 flashmap 0.3 Utility for manipulating firmware ROM mapping data structure
453 flashrom 0.9.4 Utility for reading, writing, erasing and verifying flash ROM chips
454 flex 2.5.37 The flex program generates scanners. Scanners are programs which can recognize lexical patterns in text. Flex takes pairs of regular expressions and C code as input and generates a C source file as output. The output file is compiled and linked with a library to produce an executable. The executable searches through its input for occurrences of the regular expressions. When a match is found, it executes the corresponding C code. Flex was designed to work with both Yacc and Bison, and is used by many programs as part of their build process.
455 fluxbox 1.3.2 Highly configurable and low resource X11 Window manager Fairly similar to blackbox, from which it is derived, but has been extended with features such as pwm-style window tabs, configurable key bindings, toolbar, and an iconbar. It also includes some cosmetic fixes over blackbox. This package contains support for Gnome and KDE.
456 folks GObject contact aggregation library
457 fontconfig 2.10.95 Fontconfig is designed to locate fonts within the system and select them according to requirements specified by applications.
458 fontconfig 2.7.1 A library for configuring and customizing font access
459 fonts-config 2.8 fontconfig (or fontconfig) is a computer program library designed to provide system-wide font configuration, customization, and application access. Fontconfig is written and was originally maintained by Keith Packard. Its current maintainer is Behdad Esfahbod.[1] Fontconfig is free software distributed under a permissive free software license.[2]
460 font-util 1.2.0 X.Org font utilities
461 foomatic 4.0.8 & & Foomatic is a comprehensive, spooler-independent database of printers, printer drivers, and driver descriptions. It contains utilities to generate driver description files and printer queues for CUPS, LPD,LPRng, and PDQ using the database. There is also the possibility to read the PJL options out of PJL-capable laser printers and take them into account at the driver description file generation. There are spooler-independent command line interfaces to manipulatequeues (foomatic-configure) and to print files/manipulate jobs (foomatic printjob). The site http:// is based on this database.
462 foomatic-filters 4.0.17 Foomatic is a database-driven system for integrating free software printer drivers with common spoolers under Unix.
463 foreman 1.3.2 Foreman is a complete lifecycle management tool for physical and virtual servers.
464 forge-distribution 2.0.0Alpha4 Generator for quickstarting development of Java EE applications
465 fprintd 0.4.1 D-Bus service for Fingerprint reader access
466 freeglut 2.8.0 freeglut
official logo
Developer(s) Pawel W. Olszta
Stable release 2.6.0 / November 27, 2009; 13 months ago (2009-11-27)
Operating system Cross-platform
Type API
License X Consortium
Website http://freeglut.sf.netfreeglut is an open source alternative to the OpenGL Utility Toolkit (GLUT) library. GLUT (and hence freeglut) allows the user to create and manage windows containing OpenGL contexts on a wide range of platforms and also read the mouse, keyboard and joystick functions. freeglut is intended to be a full replacement for GLUT, and has only a few differences.
467 freeipmi 1.2.9 FreeIPMI provides in-band and out-of-band IPMI software based on the IPMI v1.5/2.0 specification. The IPMI specification defines a set of interfaces for platform management and is implemented by a number vendors for system management. The features of IPMI that most users will be interested in are sensor monitoring, system event monitoring, power control, and serial-over-LAN (SOL). The FreeIPMI tools and libraries listed below should provide users with the ability to access and utilize these and many other features. A number of useful features for large HPC or cluster environments have also been implemented into FreeIPMI. See the README or FAQ for more info.
468 freeradius 2.1.12 FreeRADIUS is a modular, high performance free RADIUS suite developed and distributed under the GNU General Public License, version 2, and is free for download and use. The FreeRADIUS Suite includes a RADIUS server, a BSD-licensed RADIUS client library, a PAM library, an Apache module, and numerous additional RADIUS related utilities and development libraries.[1]
469 freetype 2.4.11 The FreeType engine is a free and portable TrueType font rendering engine. It has been developed to provide TT support to a great variety of platforms and environments. Note that FreeType is a library, not a stand-alone application, though some utility applications are included.
470 freetype 2.4.9 mirror://sourceforge/freetype/freetype-2.4.9.tar.bz2 A high-quality and portable font engine
471 freetype2 2.6.3 FreeType is a freely available software library to render fonts.
472 FreeWnn 1.1.1 Wnn’ is pronounced ‘un-nu’. Basic information of Wnn is described in (English version of) “What is Wnn?”.
FreeWnn is derived (and GPL-ed) version of Wnn4.2, contributed X11 software.
FreeWnn is a client-server type Kana (pronounciation) – Kanji in Japanese translation system. It also converts to Hanzi in Chinese, both Simplified and Traditional, and Hanja in Korean.
Distributed under GNU GPL / LGPL (mainly library part). (Some of the file may distribute separately under more loose license. See each file for details.)
473 fribidi 0.19.2 GNU FriBidi is an implementation of the Unicode Bidirectional Algorithm (bidi).
474 frysk 0.4 The goal of the frysk project is to create an intelligent, distributed, always-on system monitoring and debugging tool that allows developers and system administrators to monitor running processes and threads (including creation and destruction events), monitor the use of locking primitives, expose deadlocks, gather data and debug any given process by either choosing it from a list or by accepting frysk’s offer to open a source code or other window on a process that is in the process of crashing or that has been misbehaving in certain user-definable ways.
475 fsck_msdos 8.2.0 Check and repair MS-DOS filesystems
476 F-Spot 0.8.2 There are several advanced photo management programs that you can use to collect, organize, enjoy, and share all those pictures you have been taking with your digital camera. Which one is the best for you may depend on which version of Linux or which desktop environment you are using. For KDE based distributions, like Kubuntu, DigiKam works great. If you are using GNOME, the default desktop environment for Ubuntu, F-Spot is a good choice. F-Spot is actually pre-installed in Ubuntu, and you can directly launch it from the Applications -> Graphics menu. If you connect your digital camera through a USB connection, F-Spot can detect it and offers to import the pictures. You can than categorize them, edit them, run them in a slide show, or use any of the other functions. As an alternative Google offers Picasa, also a program for comprehensively locating and organizing images on a computer system. It is not a native Linux application, but uses Wine when it runs on Linux.
477 ftp 0.17 Ftp is the user interface to the Internet standard File Transfer Protocol. The program allows a user to transfer files to and from a remote network site.
478 fuse 2.9.2 With FUSE it is possible to implement a fully functional filesystem in a userspace program.
479 fvwm2 2.6.3 Old version of the F(?) Virtual Window Manager This package contains the old version of the FVWM windows manager. It is no longer supported upstream, having been replaced by FVWM 2, and so no non-Debian-related bugs will be fixed unless someone else provides a patch. You probably only want to use this package instead of the fvwm package if you know what you are doing or have very specific requirements. FVWM is a fairly small window manager which provides a three-dimensional appearance and a virtual desktop, complete with colour icons. You will need to install the fvwm-common package if you want the xpmroot command and some icons, along with manual pages for the modules.
480 g3utils 1.1.37 These utilities convert graphics files from the G3 format into the general- purpose PBM format and back, so you can print or manipulate them. G3 is used by fax modems and machines.
481 gail 3.2 Gail is the GNOME Accessibility Implementation Library.
482 gaim 2.10.0 GPL multi-protocol instant messenger client – Gtk+ version Gaim is a Gtk+ based instant messenger client that supports the TOC and OSCAR (and hence ICQ) AIM protocols, as well as providing plugins for the Gadu-gadu, IRC, Jabber, MSN Messenger, Napster, old ICQ, Yahoo! Messenger and Zephyr protocols. As the name suggests, it was originally designed for using AOL’s Instant Messenger service (you can sign up at http:// Consequently it contains many of the same features as AOL’s IM client, as well as incorporating many new features, such as the multiple protocol support. This version is compiled without GNOME support, making Gaim a stand-alone Gtk+ program.
483 gal 2.5.3 The GNOME Application Library (GAL) contains GNOME widgets and utility functions. This package is now part of gal2.
484 gal2 2.5.3 The GNOME Application Library (GAL) contains GNOME widgets and utility functions. This package is now part of libgal2.
485 gamin 0.1.10 Gamin is a file and directory monitoring system defined to be a subset of the FAM (File Alteration Monitor) system. This is a service provided by a library which allows to detect when a file or a directory has been modified.
486 ganglia 3.7.1 Ganglia is a scalable distributed monitoring system for high-performance computing systems such as clusters and Grids. It is based on a hierarchical design targeted at federations of clusters. It leverages widely used technologies such as XML for data representation, XDR for compact, portable data transport, and RRDtool for data storage and visualization. It uses carefully engineered data structures and algorithms to achieve very low per-node overheads and high concurrency. The implementation is robust, has been ported to an extensive set of operating systems and processor architectures, and is currently in use on thousands of clusters around the world. It has been used to link clusters across university campuses and around the world and can scale to handle clusters with 2000 nodes.
487 gawk 4.0.2 GNU awk, a pattern scanning and processing language `awk’, a program that you can use to select particular records in a file and perform operations upon them. Gawk is the GNU Project’s implementation of the AWK programming language. It conforms to the definition of the language in the POSIX 1003.2 Command Language And Utilities Standard. This version in turn is based on the description in The AWK Programming Language, by Aho, Kernighan, and Weinberger, with the additional features defined in the System V Release 4 version of UNIX awk. Gawk also provides more recent Bell Labs awk extensions, and some GNU-specific extensions.
488 gc 7.4.4 The Boehm-Demers-Weiser conservative garbage collector can be used as a garbage collecting replacement for C malloc or C++ new.
489 gcalctool 6.6.0 “GCalctool is an application that solves mathematical equations and is suitable as a default application in a Desktop environment.”
What GCalctool is:
A tool for calculating mathematical equations Uses standard mathematical notation where possible (so users do not have to learn the application when they already know maths) Easy enough to use for simple maths (add, subtract, multiply, divide) Powerful enough for mid-level mathematics (though not at the expense of being easy for simple mathematics) Fast to load and responsive to input Appropriately sized to fit into standard screen resolutions (e.g. netbooks) Fully accessible Well documented Integrated into the GNOME Desktop
490 gcc 6.2 The GNU C compiler by Richard Stallman et al. A very high quality, very portable compiler for C, C++ and Objective C. The compiler is designed to support multiple front-ends and multiple back-ends by translating first into Register Transfer Language and from there into assembly code for the target architecture.
491 gconf 3.2.6 GConf is a system for storing application preferences. Now part of gconf2.
492 gconf2 3.2.6 GNOME configuration database system. (daemon and tools, for GNOME2) GConf is a configuration database system, functionally similar to the Windows registry but lots better. 🙂 It’s being written for the GNOME desktop but does not require GNOME. This package contain gconfd daemon and gconf tools binaries for GNOME2.
493 gconf-editor 3.0.1 Gconf-editor is an application for the GNOME computer desktop environment. It can be considered the graphical equivalent of gconftool and is used to maintain the GNOME registry.
494 gd 2.0.35 The gd graphics library allows your code to quickly draw images complete with lines, arcs, text, multiple colors, cut and paste from other images, and flood fills. The library will write out the result as a PNGor JPEG file. This is particularly useful in Web applications, where PNG and JPEG are two of the formats accepted for inline images by most Web browsers. Note that gd is not a paint or graphics manipulation program.
495 gdb 7.12 The GNU Debugger GDB is a source-level debugger, capable of breaking programs at any specific line, displaying variable values, and determining where errors occurred. Currently, it works for C, C++, Fortran Modula 2 and Java programs. A must-have for any serious programmer.
496 gdbm 1.10 GNU Data Base Manager (DB, GNU).
497 gdisk 1.0.1 An fdisk-like partitioning tool for GPT disks. GPT fdisk features a command-line interface, fairly direct manipulation of partition table structures, recovery tools to help you deal with corrupt partition tables, and the ability to convert MBR disks to GPT format.
498 gdk-pixbuf 2.26.4 The gdk-pixbuf package contains an image loading library used with the GNOME desktop environment. The GdkPixBuf library provides image loading facilities, the rendering of a GdkPixBuf into various formats (drawables or GdkRGB buffers), and a cache interface.
499 gdk-pixbuf2 2.32.1 gdk-pixbuf is an image loading library that can be extended by loadable modules for new image formats. It is used by toolkits such as GTK+ or clutter.
500 gdm 3.6.0 Gdm (the GNOME Display Manager) is a highly configurable reimplementation of xdm, the X Display Manager. Gdm allows you to log into your system with the X Window System running and supports running several different X sessions on your local machine at the same time.
501 gecko-sharp 2.0-0.13 GeckoSharp is a wrapper for the GtkEmbedMoz widget. It provides the abilty to embed the Mozilla rendering engine (Gecko) into your Gtk# application.
502 gedit 3.6.0 Light-weight text editor Gedit has all the basic features you come to expect from a simple text editor, but Gedit has a native graphic user interface (GUI). Gedit also has command line arguments available to users to quickly and easily view and edit files from a terminal. Overall, Gedit is an easy to use text editor with utilizing the powerful capabilities of the GNOME desktop. Gedit has a versatile plug-in architecture to extend its capablilties. This allows you to perform functions you don’t normally expect from a text editor, such as piping the output of a shell command to the screen. The plug-in architecture also lets you email people, browse the internet, or produce a diff from gedit.
503 geoclue 0.12.99 A modular geoinformation service
504 GeoIP 1.5.0 C library for country/city/organization to IP address or hostname mapping
505 gerrit 2.2.1 Web based code review
506 gerrit-contactstore 1 Encrypted contact store for Gerrit
507 gerrit-keyapplet 1 SSH public key browser
508 gestures 0.0.1 Gesture recognizer library
509 gettext The GNU gettext package provides a set of tools and documentation for producing multi-lingual messages in programs. Tools include a set of conventions about how programs should be written to support message catalogs, a directory and file naming organization for the message catalogs, a runtime library which supports the retrieval of translated messages, and stand-alone programs for handling the translatable and the already translated strings. Gettext provides an easy to use library and tools for creating, using, and modifying natural language catalogs and is a powerful and simple method for internationalizing programs.
510 Gevent 0.13.8 Coroutine-based Python networking library
511 gflags 1.2 Google’s C++ argument parsing library with python extensions.
512 gfs 6.1 Global File System; an open source shared disk file system for networked storage.
513 gfs2-utils 3.1.4 The Global File System allows a cluster of machines to concurrently access shared storage hardware like SANs or iSCSI and network block devices. GFS2 can be deployed to build high-availability services without the single point of failure of a file server.
514 gfs-utils 3.1.2 The gfs-utils packages provide the user-space tools necessary to mount, create, maintain and test GFS file systems.
515 gfxboot SUSE GNU GRUB (short for GNU GRand Unified Bootloader) is a boot loader package from the GNU Project. GRUB (shortened form of GNU GRUB) is the reference implementation of the Multiboot Specification, which enables a user to have multiple operating systems on his/her computer.
516 ghostscript 9.07 Ghostscript is a set of software that provides a PostScript(TM) interpreter, a set of C procedures (the Ghostscript library, which implements thegraphics capabilities in the PostScript language) and an interpreter for Portable Document Format (PDF) files. Ghostscript translates PostScript code into many common, bitmapped formats, like those understood by your printer or screen. Ghostscript is normally used to display PostScript files and to print PostScript files to non-PostScript printers. Most applications use PostScript for printer output. You should install ghostscript if you need to display PostScript files, orif you have a non-PostScript printer.
517 ghostscript-library 9.05 Now part of ghostscript.
518 giflib 4.1.6 giflib is a library for reading and writing gif images. It is API and ABI compatible with libungif which was in wide use while the LZW compression algorithm was patented.
519 gimp 2.8.2 The GIMP is an image manipulation program suitable for photo retouching,image composition and image authoring. Many people find it extremely useful in creating logos and other graphics for web pages. The GIMP has many of the tools and filters you would expect to find in similar commercial offerings, and some interesting extras as well. The GIMP provides a large image manipulation toolbox, including channel operations and layers, effects, sub-pixel imaging and anti-aliasing, and conversions, all with multi-level undo. This version of The GIMP includes a scripting facility, but many of the included scripts rely on fonts that we cannot distribute. The GIMP ftpsite has a package of fonts that you can install by yourself, which includes all the fonts needed to run the included scripts. Some of the fonts have unusual licensing requirements; all the licenses are documented in the package. Get pub/gimp/fonts/freefonts-0.10.tar.gzand /sharefonts-0.10.tar.gz if you are soinclined. Alternatively, choose fonts which exist on your system before running the scripts.
520 gimp-print 4.2.7 Printer drivers from the Gimp project. Obsolete, replaced by Gutenprint.
521 ginger 2.2 Ginger is an open source host management plugin to Wok, that provides an intuitive web panel with common tools for configuring and operating Linux systems.
522 gingerbase 2.2.0 Ginger Base is an open source basic host management plugin to Wok, that provides an intuitive web panel with common tools for configuring and operating Linux systems.
523 git Distributed version control system
524 git-repo 1.7.5 The Multiple Git Repository tool
525 gjdoc 0.98 Documentation generation framework for Java source files.
526 gjs 1.34.0 Javascript Bindings for GNOME
527 gkermit 1.00 A serial and network communications package. Gkermit is a GPL’d kermit package. It offers medium-independent terminal session and file transfer. The non-free package ckermit adds connection establishment, charecter-set translation and scripting features.
528 glade2 2.12.2 Glade is a RAD tool to enable quick & easy development of user interfaces for the GTK+ toolkit and the GNOME desktop environment. The user interfaces designed in Glade are saved as XML, and by using the GtkBuilder GTK+ object these can be loaded by applications dynamically as needed. By using GtkBuilder, Glade XML files can be used in numerous programming languages including C, C++, C#, Vala, Java, Perl, Python,and others. Glade is Free Software released under the GNU GPL License.
529 glade-sharp 2.12.11 n/a
530 glew 1.5.6 mirror://sourceforge/glew/glew-1.5.6.tgz The OpenGL Extension Wrangler Library
531 glib 2.3 GLib is a library of utility functions designed to solve some portability problems and provide other useful functionality which most programs require.
532 glib2 2.50.0 GLib is a handy library of utility functions. This C library is designed to solve some portability problems and provide other useful functionality which most programs require. ‘
533 glibc 2.24 The glibc package contains standard libraries which are used by multiple programs on the system. In order to save disk space and memory, as well as to make upgrading easier, common system code iskept in one place and shared between programs. This particular package contains the most important sets of shared libraries: the standard C library and the standard math library. Without these two libraries, a Linux system will not function. The glibc package also contains national language (locale) support.
534 glibc-i18ndata 2.14 This package contains the data needed to build the locale data files to
use the internationalization features of the GNU libc. It is normally
not necessary to install this packages, the data files are already
535 glibc-kernelheaders 2.14.90 glibc-kernheaders includes the C header files from the Linux kernel. The header files define structures and constants that are needed for building some standard programs and are also needed for rebuilding the glibc package.
536 glib-java 0.4.2 glib-java is a Java-Gnome library.
537 glibmm24 2.33.13 This package contains the static libraries and header files needed for developing gtkmm applications.
538 glib-networking 2.46.1 This package contains modules that extend the networking support in GIO. In particular, it contains libproxy- and GSettings-based GProxyResolver implementations and a gnutls-based GTlsConnection implementation.
539 glib-sharp2 2.12.11 Glib-sharp is a C# language binding for glib.
540 glitz 0.5.6 Glitz is an OpenGL image compositing library. Glitz provides Porter/Duff compositing of images and implicit mask generation for geometric primitives including trapezoids, triangles, and rectangles. The semantics of glitz are designed to precisely match the specification of the X Render extension. Glitz does not only implement X Render features like component alpha and image transformations, but also support for additional features like convolution filters and color gradients, which are not currently part of the X Render specification. The performance and capabilities of glitz are much dependent on graphics hardware. Glitz does not in any way handle software fall-backs when graphics hardware is insufficient. However, glitz will report if any requested operation cannot be carried out by graphics hardware, hence making a higher level software layer responsible for appropriate actions.
541 glog 0.3.1 Google’s C++ logging library
542 glusterfs 3.8.5
543 gmime 2.6.10 GMime is a C/C++ library which may be used for the creation and parsing of messages using the Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension (MIME).
544 gmock 1.4.0 Google’s C++ mocking framework
545 gmp 6.0.0 The gmp package contains GNU MP, a library for arbitrary precision arithmetic which operates on signed integers, rational numbers and floating point numbers. GNU MP is designed for speed, for both small and very large operands. GNU MP is fast because it uses full words as the basic arithmetic type, it uses fast algorithms, it carefully optimizes assembly code for many CPUs’ most common inner loops, and generally emphasizes speed over simplicity/elegance in its operations.
546 gnash 0.8.10 GNU flash movie player
547 gnet 2.0.8 GNet is a network library. It is object-oriented, written in C, and built upon GLib. It is intended to be easy to use and port. It supports abstract Internet addresses, TCP, UDP, IP Multicast, IPv6, asynchronous DNS lookups, SHA, MD5, Base64, URIs, and SOCKS.
548 gnokii 0.6.31 gnokii provides tools and a user space driver for use with mobile phones under various operating systems (most testing is done under Linux but also Solaris, *BSD family and MS Windows families are known to work). If you wonder whether your phone is supported or not, it is safe to assume it is supported, at least when the phone is fairly modern. However there are rare cases that make phone support very limited. You may refer to our wiki pages for hints in the gnokii configuration.
549 gnome-applets 3.5.92 gnome-applets: GNOME (GNU Network Object Model Environment) is a user-friendly set of applications and desktop tools to be used in conjunction with a window manager for the X Window System. GNOME is similar in purpose and scope to CDE and KDE, but GNOME (like KDE) is based completely on Open Source software. The gnome-applets package provides Panel applets which enhance your GNOME experience. You should install the gnome-applets package if you would like to abuse the GNOME desktop environment by embedding small utilities in the GNOME panel. From Mandrake 9.0 RPM
550 gnome-applet-vm 0.2.0 The applet is GNOME panel applet for monitoring and controlling virtual machines.
551 gnome-bluetooth 3.6.0 gnome-bluetooth is a fork of bluez-gnome focused on integration with the GNOME desktop environment (see also this blog entry for details).
552 gnome-boxes 3.6.0 A simple GNOME 3 application to access remote or virtual systems
553 gnome-color-manager 3.4.0 Color management tools for GNOME
554 gnome-common 3.5.91 gnome-common is an extension to autoconf, automake and libtool for the GNOME environment and GNOME using applications. Included are and several macros to help in both GNOME and GNOME 2.0 source trees.
555 gnome-contacts 3.6.0 Contacts manager for GNOME
556 gnome-cups-manager 0.33 The GNOME CUPS Manager contains a druid for adding new CUPS printers, and a tool for managing CUPS printers and queues.
557 gnome-desktop GNOME (pronounced /??no?m/)[2] (abbreviation of GNU Network Object Model Environment) is a desktop environmenta graphical user interface that runs on top of a computer operating systemcomposed entirely of free and open source software. It was created by two Mexican programmers, Miguel de Icaza and Federico Mena. It is an international project that includes creating software development frameworks, selecting application software for the desktop, and working on the programs that manage application launching, file handling, and window and task management.
558 gnome-disk-utility 3.6.0 Disks
559 gnome-documents 3.6.0 A document manager application for GNOME
560 gnome-doc-utils 0.20.10 The GNOME Doc Utils package is a collection of documentation utilities for the GNOME project. Notably, it contains utilities for building documentation and all auxiliary files in your source tree, and it contains the DocBook XSLT stylesheets that were once distributed with Yelp. Starting with GNOME 2.8, Yelp requires GNOME Doc Utils for the XSLT. Starting with GNOME 2.12, many of the core GNOME packages require GNOME Doc Utils.
561 gnome-kerberos 0.3.3 Kerberos (pronounced /?k??rb?r?s/[1]) is a computer network authentication protocol, which allows nodes communicating over a non-secure network to prove their identity to one another in a secure manner. Its designers aimed primarily at a clientserver model, and it provides mutual authentication both the user and the server verify each other’s identity. Kerberos protocol messages are protected against eavesdropping and replay attacks.
562 gnome-keyring 3.6.0 GNOME Keyring is a collection of components in GNOME that store secrets, passwords, keys, certificates and make them available to applications. GNOME Keyring is integrated with the user’s login, so that their secret storage can be unlocked when the user logins into their session. GNOME Keyring is based around a standard called PKCS#11, which is a standard way for applications to manage certificates and keys on smart cards or secure storage.
563 gnome-keyring-manager 2.20.0 The GNOME Keyring Manager was a user interface for the GNOME Keyring. As of GNOME 2.22 it is deprecated and replaced entirely with Seahorse.[1]
564 gnome-libs 1.4.2 GNOME (GNU Network Object Model Environment) is a user-friendly set of GUI applications and desktop tools to be used in conjunction with a window manager for the X Window System. The gnome-libs package includes libraries that are needed to run GNOME.
565 gnome-mag 0.16.2 A screen magnifier for the GNOME desktop. gnome-mag includes a screen magnifier, which allows you to zoom in on portions of the desktop. It is expressly designed for users with low vision who wish to use the GNOME desktop.
566 gnome-media 3.4.0 GnomeMedia is an interactive marketing company that offers a variety of services including website & logo design, online marketing, social media strategy, search engine optimization (SEO), pay per click (PPC) review, e-commerce storefront consulting, and ongoing website maintenance.
567 gnomemeeting 3.2.7 GnomeMeeting is an H.323 compatible videoconferencing and VOIP/IP-Telephony application that allows you to make audio and video calls to remote users with H.323 hardware or software (such as Microsoft Netmeeting). It supports all modern videoconferencing features, such as registering to an ILS directory, gatekeeper support, making multi-user conference calls using an external MCU, using modern Quicknet telephony cards, and making PC-To-Phone calls.
568 gnome-menus 3.6.0 The gnome-menus package contains an implementation of the draft Desktop Menu Specification from
569 gnome-mount 0.8 Mount drives and volumes using HAL and read settings from the GNOME desktop configuration system gconf.
570 gnome-netstatus 2.9 The GNOME Netstatus package contains a panel applet that monitors network interfaces. It provides indicators for incoming and outgoing data, packets received and transmitted, and information about the network interface such as IP information and Ethernet address.
571 gnome-nettool 3.2.0 GNOME Nettool is a network information tool which provides user interfaces for some of the most common command line network tools including:
* ifconfig
* ping
* netstat
* traceroute
* port scanning
* DNS lookup
* finger
* whois
572 gnome-online-accounts 3.6.0 Provide online accounts information
573 gnome-packagekit 3.6.0 PackageKit is a system designed to make installing and updating software on your computer easier. The primary design goal is to unify all the software graphical tools used in different distributions, and use some of the latest technology like PolicyKit to make the process suck less.
574 gnome-panel 3.6.0 GNOME Panel is a highly configurable launcher and taskbar for GNOME. It forms a core part of the default GNOME desktop.
575 gnome-panel-nld 2.30.2 For gnome desktop panel
576 gnome-pilot 2.91.93 gnome-pilot is a package of utilities for handheld computers such as the PalmPilot. It is a part of the GNOME project
577 gnome-pilot-conduits 2.32.1 Conduits for gnome-pilot This package contains conduits for the gnome-pilot Palm PDA applet. It adds expense, memo, time, email, and MAL (mobile application link) sync functionality to gnome-pilot.
578 gnome-power-manager 3.6.0 GNOME Power Manager is a session daemon for the GNOME desktop environment that makes it easy to manage your laptop or desktop system.
579 gnome-print 0.37 GNOME (GNU Network Object Model Environment) is a user-friendly set of applications and desktop tools to be used in conjunction with a window managerfor the X Window System. GNOME is similar in purpose and scope to CDE and KDE,but GNOME is based completely on free software. The gnome-print package contains libraries and fonts that are needed by GNOME applications wanting to print.You should install the gnome-print package if you intend on using any of the GNOME applications that can print. If you would like to develop GNOME applications that can print you will also need to install the gnome-print devel package.
580 gnome-printer-add n/a Utility program to decide if a hotplugged printer is “new” and therefore needs to be configured.
581 gnome-python2 2.28.1 The gnome-python package contains the source packages for the Python bindings for GNOME called PyGNOME. PyGNOME is an extension module for Python that provides access to the base GNOME libraries, so you have access to more widgets, a simple configuration interface, and metadata support.
582 gnome-python2-applet 2.28.1 This module contains a wrapper that allows GNOME Panel applets to be written in Python.
583 gnome-python2-bonobo 2.28.1 This module contains a wrapper that allows the creation of bonobo components and the embedding of bonobo components in Python.
584 gnome-python2-canvas 2.28.1 This module contains a wrapper that allows use of the GNOME Canvas in Python.
585 gnome-python2-desktop 2.32.0 The gnome-python-desktop package contains the source packages for additional Python bindings for GNOME. It should be used together with gnome-python.
586 gnome-python2-extras 2.25.3 The gnome-python-extra package contains the source packages for additional Python bindings for GNOME. It should be used together with gnome-python.
587 gnome-python2-gconf 2.28.1 This module contains a wrapper that allows the use of GConf via Python.
588 gnome-python2-gnomeprint 2.28.1 PyGTK provides a convenient wrapper for the GTK+ library for use in Python programs, taking care of many of the boring details such as managing memory and type casting. When combined with PyORBit and gnome-python, it can be used to write full featured GNOME applications (see the Python page). Official website of PyGTK is :
589 gnome-python2-gnomevfs 2.28.1 This module contains a wrapper that allows the use of gnome-vfs via python.
590 gnome-python2-gtkhtml2 2.28.1 This module contains a wrapper that allows the use of gtkhtml2 via Python.
591 gnome-python2-nautilus 2.28.1 This module contains a wrapper that allows access to Nautilus via Python.
592 gnome-screensaver 3.6.0 gnome-screensaver is a new screensaver that can replace xscreensaver. It is designed to integrate well with the desktop and provide a control interface that is desktop neutral. It simplifies and streamlines the experience for the user and provides more capability for the system administrator and vendor.
593 gnome-session 3.6.0 The gnome-session program starts up the GNOME desktop environment. This command is typically executed by your login manager (either gdm, xdm, or from your X startup scripts). It will load either your last session, or it will provide a default session for the user as defined by the system administrator (or the default GNOME installation on your system).
594 gnome-settings-daemon 3.5.90 The daemon sharing settings from GNOME to GTK+/KDE applications
595 gnome-shell 3.10.4 Window management and application launching for GNOME
596 gnome-shell-extensions 3.8.1 Extensions to the behavior of the GNOME Shell
597 gnome-speech 0.4.25 The gnome-speech component of GNOME provides a service-based approach to speech synthesis engines. Each speech engine that is installed on the system can be exposed as a speech service by gnome-speech, allowing assistive technologies such as Orca to share the resource. Most of the available synthesis engines on the Open Solaris and Linux platforms are available via gnome-speech.
598 gnome-spell 1.0.8 GNOME/Bonobo component for spell checking Gnome spell is a GNOME/Bonobo component for spell checking. It’s based on pspell.
599 gnome-spell 1.0.8 Gnome spell checker.
600 gnome-system-monitor 3.6.0 Gnome System Monitor is a GNOME process viewer and system monitor with a nice easy-to-use interface, It has some nice features, such as a tree view for process dependencies, icons for processes, the ability to hide processes that you don’t want to see, graphical time histories of CPU/memory/swap usage, the ability to kill/renice processes needing root access, as well as the standard features that you might expect from a process viewer.
601 gnome-terminal 3.6.0 GNOME Terminal is a terminal emulator for the GNOME desktop environment written by Havoc Pennington and others. Terminal emulators allow users to execute commands using a real UNIX shell while remaining on their graphical desktop.[1]
602 gnome-user-share 3.0.4 gnome-user-share is a small package that binds together various free software projects to bring easy to use user-level file sharing to the masses.
603 gnome-utils 3.2.0 gnome-utils: Gnome Utilities (gtt, gsearchtool, and more) Gnome is the “GNU Network Object Model Environment”. It is a project to build a complete, user-friendly desktop based entirely on free software. This package contains some assorted utilities for use with the Gnome. These are: gcalc – a simple calculator gcharmap – character map viewer. gcolorsel – a color selector gdialog – a Gtk version of the ‘dialog’ program gdict – dictionary server query and display. gdiskfree – graphical disk free (df) utility. gfloppy – GUI for formatting floppy gfontsel – a font selector gless – a Gtk version of the ‘less’ pager gsearchtool – a tool for finding and grepping through files gshutdown – reboot or shutdown your machine gtt – a task timer/tracker guname – display ‘uname’ information about your system gw – display users on the system, like ‘w’ idetool – an IDE disk viewing tool logview – Log viewing applications. splash/splac – splash screen renderer stripchart – plot system measurements (including applet version) From Debian 3.0r0 APT
604 gnome-vfs 2.24.4 The GNOME Virtual File System provides an abstraction to common filesystem operations like reading, writing and copying files, listing directories and so on. It is similar in spirit to the Midnight Commander’s VFS (as it uses a similar URI scheme) but it is designed from the ground up to be extensible and to be usable from any application.
605 gnome-vfs2 2.24.4 Gnome virtual file system.
606 gnome-vfs2-smb 2.24.4 Gnome virtual file system, SMB implementation. Now part of gnome-vfs2.
607 gnome-volume-manager 2.22.2 The gnome-volume-manager will automatically mount removable devices as they are connected. It is run as part of the default Debian session, but will also be started, if needed, if you enter the Removable Drives and Media application under Desktop, Preferences menu. Otherwise it will need to be run in your session (add gnome-volume-manager to DesktopPreferencesSessions). The users need to be in group plugdev.
608 gnopernicus 1.1.2 Gnopernicus is a free GNOME desktop application that provides Assistive Technologies (AT) for blind and visually impaired users. SRCore is the component of Gnopernicus screen reader, that gathers information from all input sources, organize it and then presents it to the three outputs: Braille, Speech, Magnifier. Gnopernicus is now obsolete and has been superseded by orca.
609 GNU parallel 20141122 GNU Parallel is a general command line parallelizer. It makes it easy to build, run and process output from a given command on lists of inputs; and it does this in parallel – thus utilizing all the cores in the machine.
610 gnu-crypto 2.0.1 GNU Crypto, part of the GNU project, released under the aegis of GNU, aims at providing free, versatile, high-quality, and provably correct implementations of cryptographic primitives and tools in the Java programming language for use by programmers and end-users.
611 gnu-efi 3.0q Develop EFI applications for IA-64 (IPF), IA-32 (x86) , and x86_64 platforms using the GNU toolchain and the EFI development environment.
612 gnutls 3.3.8 GNU TLS library – runtime library gnutls is a portable library which implements the Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.0 and Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) 3.0 protocols. Currently gnutls implements: – the TLS 1.0 and SSL 3.0 protocols, without any US-export controlled algorithms – X509 Public Key Infrastructure (with several limitations). – SRP for TLS authentication. – TLS Extension mechanism This package contains the runtime libraries.
613 gob2 2.0.18 GOB (GOB2 anyway) is a preprocessor for making GObjects with inline C code so that generated files are not edited. Syntax is inspired by Java and Yacc or Lex. The implementation is intentionally kept simple, and no C actual code parsing is done.
614 gobject-introspection 1.36.0 Introspection system for GObject-based libraries
615 gok 2.30.1 GOK is award winning software that provides text entry and graphical user interface interaction using only switches and/or mouse devices. GOK is an on-screen keyboard that provides access to the GNOME desktop via dynamically generated keyboards, and text entry via one of the provided alphanumeric keyboards, or a dynamic keyboard created based on the users current system keyboard driver, or even a user made keyboard.
616 golang 1.7.3 Go is an open source programming language that makes it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software.
617 google-breakpad 598 Google crash reporting
618 gpart 0.1h BROKEN – gpart: Guess PC disk partition table, find lost partitions Gpart is a tool which tries to guess the primary partition table of a PC-type disk in case the primary partition table in sector 0 is damaged, incorrect or deleted. It is also good at finding and listing the types, locations, and sizes of inadvertently-deleted partitions, both primary and logical. It gives you the information you need to manually re-create them (using fdisk, cfdisk, sfdisk, etc.). The guessed table can also be written to a file or (if you firmly believe the guessed table is entirely correct) directly to a disk device. Supported (guessable) filesystem or partition types: * BeOS filesystem type. * FreeBSD/NetBSD/386BSD disklabel sub-partitioning scheme used on Intel platforms. * Linux second extended filesystem. * MS-DOS FAT12/16/32 “filesystems”. * IBM OS/2 High Performance filesystem. * Linux LVM physical volumes (LVM by Heinz Mauelshagen). * Linux swap partitions (versions 0 and 1). * The Minix operating system filesystem type. * MS Windows NT/2000 filesystem. * QNX 4.x filesystem. * The Reiser filesystem (version 3.5.X, X ) 11). * Sun Solaris on Intel platforms uses a sub-partitioning scheme on PC hard disks similar to the BSD disklabels. * Silicon Graphics’ journalling filesystem for Linux. Other types may be added relatively easily, as separately compiled modules. From Debian 3.0r0 APT
619 gperf 3.0.4 Perfect hash function generator. gperf is a program that generates perfect hash functions for sets of key words. A perfect hash function is simply: A hash function and a data structure that allows recognition of a key word in a set of words using exactly 1 probe into the data structure.
620 gperftools 2.4 Perf Tools is a collection of performance analysis tools, including a high-performance multi-threaded malloc() implementation that works particularly well with threads and STL, a thread-friendly heap-checker, a heap profiler, and a cpu-profiler. This is a metapackage which pulls in all of the gperftools (and pprof) binaries, libraries, and development headers, so that you can use them.
621 gpg (GnuPG) 2.0.19 GNU Privacy Guard (GNU)
622 gpg2 2.1.13 gpg2 is the OpenPGP part of the GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG). It is a tool to provide digital encryption and signing services using the OpenPGP standard. gpg2 features complete key management and all bells and whistles you can expect from a decent OpenPGP implementation. In contrast to the standalone version gpg, which is more suited for server and embedded platforms, this version is installed under the name gpg2 and more targeted to the desktop as it requires several other modules to be installed. The standalone version will be kept maintained and it is possible to install both versions on the same system. If you need to use different configuration files, you should make use of something like ‘gpg.conf-2’ instead of just ‘gpg.conf’.
623 gpgme 2.0.22 GnuPG Made Easy (GPGME) is a library designed to make access to GnuPG easier for applications. It provides a High-Level Crypto API for encryption, decryption, signing, signature verification and key management. Currently it uses GnuPG as its backend but the API isn’t restricted to this engine; in fact we have already developed a backend for CMS (S/MIME). Because the direct use of GnuPG from an application can be a complicated programming task, it is suggested that all software should try to use GPGME instead. This way bug fixes or improvements can be done at a central place and every application benefits from this. Especially authors of MUAs should consider to use GPGME. It is even planned to create a set of standard widgets for common key selection tasks.
624 gphoto2 2.5.0 A digital camera application and library framework
625 gpm 1.99.7 Gpm provides mouse support to text-based Linux applications like the Emacs editor and the Midnight Commander file management system. Gpm also provides console cut-and-paste operations using the mouse and includes a program that allows pop-up menus to appear at the click ofa mouse button.
626 gpsd 3.4 GPS daemon and library to support USB/serial GPS devices and various GPS/mapping clients
627 graphite2 1.2.2 Graphite is a “smart font” system developed specifically to handle the complexities of lesser-known languages of the world.
628 graphviz 2.30.1 Graphviz is open source graph visualization software. It has several main graph layout programs. See the gallery for some sample layouts. It also has web and interactive graphical interfaces, and auxiliary tools, libraries, and language bindings.
629 grep 2.20 The GNU versions of commonly used grep utilities. Grep searches one ormore input files for lines which contain a match to a specified pattern and then prints the matching lines. GNU’s grep utilities include grep, egrep and fgrep.You should install grep on your system, because it is a very useful utility for searching through text files, for system administration tasks, etc.
630 groff 1.22.2 Groff is a document formatting system. Groff takes standard text and formatting commands as input and produces formatted output. The created documents can be shown on a display or printed on a printer. Groff’s formatting commands allow you to specify font type and size, boldtype, italic type, the number and size of columns on a page, and more. You should install groff if you want to use it as a document formatting system. Groff can also be used to format man pages. If you are going to use groff with the X Window System, you’ll also need to install the groff-gxditview package.
631 grub 2.00 Enter the GRand Unified Bootloader command shell.
632 grubby 8.28 grubby is a command line tool for updating and displaying information about the configuration files for the grub, lilo, elilo (ia64), and yaboot (powerpc) boot loaders.
633 gsf-sharp 0.8.1 Provides access to reading and writing structured files (OLE files), this depends on the libgsf library from the GNOME project
634 gsoap 2.8.7 The gSOAP toolkit is an open source C and C++ software development toolkit for SOAP/XML Web services and generic (non-SOAP) C/C++ XML data bindings. The toolkit analyzes WSDLs and XML schemas (separately or as a combined set) and maps the XML schema types and the SOAP messaging protocols to easy-to-use and efficient C and C++ code. It also supports exposing (legacy) C and C++ applications as SOAP/XML Web services by auto-generating XML serialization code and WSDL specifications. Or you can simply use it to automatically convert XML to/from C and C++ data. The toolkit supports options to generate pure ANSI C or C++ with or without STL.
635 gssproxy 0.5.0 A proxy for GSSAPI credential handling
636 gstreamer 1.0.0 GStreamer is a streaming-media framework, based on graphs of filters which operate on media data. Applications using this library can do anythingfrom real-time sound processing to playing videos, and just about anything else media-related. Its plugin-based architecture means that new datatypes or processing capabilities can be added simply by installing newplugins.
637 gstreamer-plugins 0.11.1 Plugins for Gstreamer
638 gstreamer-plugins-base 1.0.0 GStreamer Base Plug-ins is a well-groomed and well-maintained collection of GStreamer plug-ins and elements, spanning the range of possible types of elements one would want to write for GStreamer. It also contains helper libraries and base classes useful for writing elements. A wide range of video and audio decoders, encoders, and filters are included.
639 gstreamer-plugins-good 1.0.0 GStreamer Good Plug-ins is a set of plug-ins that we consider to have good quality code, correct functionality, our preferred license (LGPL for the plug-in code, LGPL or LGPL-compatible for the supporting library).
640 gsynaptics 1.5.1 GSynaptics is a setting tool for Synaptics touchpad driver.
641 gtest 1.4.0 Google C++ Testing Framework
642 gthumb 3.0.2 gThumb is an image viewer and browser for the GNOME Desktop. It also includes an importer tool for transferring photos from cameras.
643 gtk 3.8.8 GTK+, or the GIMP Toolkit, is a multi-platform toolkit for creating graphical user interfaces.
644 gtk+ 3.6.0 GTK+ is a highly usable, feature rich toolkit for creating graphical user interfaces which boasts cross platform compatibility and an easy to use API. GTK+ it is written in C, but has bindings to many other popular programming languages such as C++, Python and C# among others. GTK+ is licensed under the GNU LGPL 2.1 allowing development of both free and proprietary software with GTK+ without any license fees or royalties.
645 gtk2 3.10.6 +-2.8.8.tar.bz2 The Gtk2 module allows a Perl developer to use the Gtk+ graphical user interface library. Find out more about Gtk+ at
646 gtk2-engines 2.20.2 Engines for gtk2
647 gtkdoc 1.18 GTK-Doc is a project which was started to generate API documentation from comments added to C code. It is typically used to document the public API of GTK+ and GNOME libraries, but it can also be used to document application code.
648 gtk-doc-am 1.18 Automake files from gtk-doc
649 gtkhtml2 2.11.1 GtkHTML2 (sometimes called libgtkhtml) is a widget for displaying html pages.
650 gtkhtml3 4.5.91 A lightweight HTML rendering/printing/editing engine
651 gtkmm24 2.24.2 Gtkmm provides a C++ interface to the GTK+ GUI library. gtkmm24 wraps GTK+ 2. Highlights include typesafe callbacks, widgets extensible via inheritance, and a comprehensive set of widget classes that can be freely combined to quickly create complex user interfaces.
652 gtk-qt-engine 1.1 The GTK-Qt Theme Engine is a plugin for GTK that allows GTK applications to use Qt widget styles.
653 gtk-sharp 2.10.6 Gtk# is a Graphical User Interface Toolkit for mono and .Net. The project binds the gtk+ ( toolkit and assorted GNOME ( libraries, enabling fully native graphical Gnome application development using the Mono and .Net development frameworks.
654 gtk-sharp2 2.12.11 This package provides a library that allows you to build fully native graphical GNOME applications using Mono. Gtk# is a binding to GTK+, the cross platform user interface toolkit used in GNOME. It includes bindings for Gtk, Atk, Pango, Gdk.
655 gtk-sharp2-gapi 2.12.11 This package includes the parser and code generator used by the GTK# project to parse and bind GObject libraries. Install if you want to bind GObject-based libraries, or need to compile a project that uses it to bind such a library.
656 gtksourceview 1.8.5 GtkSourceView is a portable C library that extends the standard GTK+ framework for multiline text editing with support for configurable syntax highlighting, unlimited undo/redo, UTF-8 compliant caseless searching, printing and other features typical of a source code editor. GtkSourceView is licensed under the GNU LGPL 2.1 and is part of the GNOME Desktop Environment. It is currently being used by gedit, Anjuta and several other projects. Language bindings are available for Python, C#, C++ and other popular programming languages.
657 gtkspell 2.0.16 GtkSpell is a system component that provides this functionality to any app that requests it.
658 gtk-vnc 0.5.1 gtk-vnc is a VNC viewer widget for GTK. It is built using coroutines allowing it to be completely asynchronous while remaining single threaded. It provides a core C library, and bindings for Python (PyGTK).
659 guava-libraries git clone external java core libraries for collection, caching, concurrencies, I/O, and so forth
660 gucharmap 3.5.99 gucharmap is a Unicode character map. It uses the gtk+ toolkit and runs on any platform that gtk+ supports.
661 guile 2.0.5 Guile is a library designed to help programmers create flexible applications. Using Guile in an application allows programmers to write plug-ins, or modules (there are many names, but the concept is essentially the same) and users to use them to have an application fit their needs.
662 gulm 1.0.10 GULM is a server-based unified cluster/lock manager for GFS, GNBD, and CLVM. It can be used in place of CMAN and DLM. A single GULM server can be run in stand-alone mode but introduces a single point of failure for GFS. Three or five GULM servers can also be run together in which case the failure of 1 or 2 servers can be tolerated respectively. GULM servers are usually run on dedicated machines, although this is not a strict requirement.
663 gupnp 0.18.4 A framework for creating UPnP devices & control points
664 gwtexpui 1.2.3 Extended UI tools for GWT
665 gwtjsonrpc 1.2.4 JSON-RPC for Google Web Toolkit (GWT)
666 gwtorm 1.1.5 Tiny ORM
667 gxmhtml 1.4.2 Gtk-XMHTML is a GTK component for visualizing HTML.
668 gzip 1.8 The original file compression program for UNIX/Linux. Recent versions produce files with a .gz extension. (A .z or .Z extension indicates an older version of Gzip.) Compression is used to compact files to save storage space and reduce transfer time. (When combined with Tar, the resulting file extensions may be .tgz, .tar.gz or .tar.Z.)
669 hal 0.5.14 Heuristically programmed ALgorithmic computer (2001) .
670 hal-cups-utils 0.6.19 These utilities allow to detect automatically printers using the HAL framework when they are plugged on the system. They are then configured automatically in the CUPS printing daemon and made available to users.
671 hal-resmgr SUSE n/a hal-resmgr hooks into hald and resmgr in order to install file system ACLs on device nodes when users log in and out.
672 haproxy 1.4.20 TCP/HTTP reverse proxy for HA
673 hardlink 1.0 In computing, a hard link is a directory entry that associates a name with a file on a file system. A directory is itself a special kind of file that contains a list of such entries. The term is particular to file systems which allow multiple hard links to be created for the same file. This has the effect of creating multiple names for the same file, causing an aliasing effect: if the file is opened by one of its names, and changes are made to its content, then these changes will also be visible when the file is opened by an alternative name. By contrast, a soft link on such filesystems is not a link to a file itself, but to a file name; this also creates aliasing, but in a different way.
674 hardware-msm7k 2.3.5r1 libhardware msm7k hardware glue
675 harfbuzz 0.9.4 Text shaping library
676 haveged 1.5 Feed entropy into random pool
677 hawkey 0.4.5 Library providing simplified C and Python API to libsolv.
678 hdparm 9.43 Tune hard disk parameters for high performance. get/set hard disk parameters for Linux IDE drives. Primary use is for enabling irq-unmasking and IDE multiplemode.
679 heartbeat 3.0.4 Subsystem for High-Availability Linux heartbeat is a basic heartbeat subsystem for Linux-HA. It will run scripts at initialisation, and when machines go up or down. This version will also perform IP address takeover using gratuitous ARPs. It works correctly for a 2-node configuration, and is extensible to larger configurations. It implements the following kinds of heartbeats: * Bidirectional Serial Rings (“raw” serial ports) * UDP/IP broadcast (ethernet, etc)
680 heartbeat-pils 2.1.4 Provides a general plugin and interface loading library. Primarily used by heartbeat so far.
681 heartbeat-stonith 2.1.4 The STONITH module (a.k.a. STOMITH) provides an extensible interface for remotely powering down a node in the cluster. The idea is quite simple: When the software running on one machine wants to make sure another machine in the cluster is not using a resource, pull the plug on the other machine. It’s simple and reliable, albeit admittedly brutal.
682 heat-cfntools 1.2.1 Tools required to be installed on Heat provisioned cloud instances
683 heimdal 1.5.1 Heimdal is a free implementation of Kerberos 5, that aims to be compatible with MIT Kerberos. This package includes servers like telnetd and ftpd that have been compiled with Heimdal support.
684 helix-banshee 2.2 Helix Banshee is a version of the Banshee Music Player that uses Helix for playback and transcoding, runs on Linux/GNOME, and boasts features like Library Lanagement, Podcasting, Internet Radio, support for iPods and other digital audio players, CD ripping, burning, and playback, metadata tagging and editing, and much more.
685 helix-banshee-engine-gst 2.2 Helix Banshee is a music management and playback application. It supports both CD importing and writing, and is compatible with many digital audio players.
686 helix-dbus-server 2.2 Helix Banshee is a version of the Banshee Music Player that uses Helix for playback and transcoding, runs on Linux/GNOME, and boasts features like Library Lanagement, Podcasting, Internet Radio, support for iPods and other digital audio players, CD ripping, burning, and playback, metadata tagging and editing, and much more.
687 HelixPlayer The Helix Player is an open source media player for Linux, Solaris, and Symbian based on the Helix DNA Client media engine. More operating system versions are currently in development. This site is where you can download the latest version of the player, find answers to questions about it or even get involved with improving it.
688 hesinfo 3.1.0 hesinfo takes two arguments, a name to be resolved and a string, known as a HesiodNameType. It then prints the information returned by the Hesiod nameserver.
689 hesiod 3.2.1 Software that implements a name service developed at MIT’s Project Athena
690 hfsutils 3.2.6 Tools for reading and writing Macintosh volumes. HFS is the native Macintosh filesystem format. This package contains several command-line utilities for reading and writing Macintosh HFS-formatted media such as floppy disks, CD-ROMs, and hard disks.
691 hibernate-jpa-api Draft6 Clean-room definition of JPA APIs intended for transitory use in Hibernate JPA development
692 hibernate-orm 4.1.6 Store and retrieve java objects through Object/Relational mapping
693 hibernate-validator 4.3.0 Validate Java Beans (JSR 303)
694 hornetq 2.2.14 Asynchronous messaging system
695 hostname 3.13 Utility to set/show the host name or domain name.
696 hotplug 20040329 This package contains the scripts necessary for hotplug Linux support, and lets you plug in new devices and use them immediately. Initially, it includes support for USB and PCI (Cardbus) devices, and can automatically configure network interfaces.
697 hotplugctl n/a BROKEN – Hotplugctl should be run before any hotplug-device is (physically) removed. Hotplugctl checks if the device is still in use, and if it is safe to remove it.
698 HotSpot 21b17 Linux LiveCD Hotspot Server is a live CD for WiFi hotspots that features auto-configuration of end users, a splash Web page, and commercial support. It supports both wired and wireless users, pre-paid cards with time limits and support for monthly users, an integrated firewall, and support for external APs or multiple PCI, PCMCIA, or USB WiFi cards per computer. Also related to the Hotspot Java VM.
699 hpijs 3.11.10 hpijs is a collection of optimized drivers for HP printers. hpijs supports the DeskJet 350C, 600C, 600C Photo, 630C, Apollo 2000,Apollo 2100, Apollo 2560, DeskJet 800C, DeskJet 825, DeskJet 900,PhotoSmart, DeskJet 990C, and PhotoSmart 100 series.
700 hplib 3.16.5 HP Linux Imaging and Printing library. Now the same as hplip.
701 hplip 3.12.10 HPLIP is an HP developed solution for printing, scanning, and faxing with HP inkjet and laser based printers in Linux. The HPLIP project provides printing support for over 1,980 printer models–including; Deskjet, Officejet, Photosmart, PSC (Print, Scan, Copy), Business Inkjet, LaserJet, Edgeline MFP, and LaserJet MFP.
702 hpoj 0.91 hpoj: HP OfficeJet Linux driver (hpoj) This software provides Linux support for most “multi-function” (or “all-in-one”) peripherals from Hewlett-Packard, including OfficeJet, LaserJet, and Printer/Scanner/ Copier (“PSC”) products. It consists of: – Low-level drivers and libraries to communicate with the device. Depending on your hardware and operating system configuration, you may connect devices directly to your workstation with a parallel port or USB (Universal Serial Bus), or to a LAN (Local Area Network) using certain models of HP JetDirect print servers. – An application programming interface (API) known as “PTAL” (Peripheral Transport Abstraction Library) that hides the differences in accessing devices connected via parallel, USB, or JetDirect. – Printing support, largely powered by ghostscript, the HP inkjet driver (for selected models), and one of various print spoolers (Berkeley lpd, gnulpr, LPRng, CUPS, PDQ, etc.) that may already be installed on your computer. – Scanning support, powered either by Scanner Access Now Easy (SANE) or by “ptal-hp scan”, a command-line application provided with the hpoj package. – Graphical and command-line applications to access various features of the peripheral, such as displaying status of the device and setting the clock. From Debian 3.0r0 APT
703 hsqldb Version 2.0 supports the widest range of SQL Standard features seen in any open source database engine. We have reached SQL Standard conformance to almost full SQL-1992 Advanced Level and SQL:2008 core language features plus an extensive list of SQL:2008 optional features and many extensions.
704 htdig 3.2.0b6 WWW search system for an intranet or small internet The ht://Dig system is a complete world wide web indexing and searching system for a small domain or intranet. This system is not meant to replace the need for powerful internet-wide search systems like Lycos, Infoseek, Webcrawler and AltaVista. Instead it is meant to cover the search needs for a single company, campus, or even a particular sub section of a web site. As opposed to some WAIS-based or web-server based search engines, ht://Dig can span several web servers at a site. The type of these different web servers doesn’t matter as long as they understand the HTTP 1.0 protocol. Features: * Intranet searching * It is free * Robot exclusion is supported * Boolean expression searching * Configurable search results * Fuzzy searching * Searching of HTML and text files * Keywords can be added to HTML documents * Email notification of expired documents * A Protected server can be indexed * Searches on subsections of the database * Full source code included * The depth of the search can be limited * Full support for the ISO-Latin-1 character set
705 htpdate 1.0.4 Synchronize local workstation with time offered by remote webservers
706 Hula SUSE Hula was an open source mail and calendar project based on open standards announced on February 15, 2005 by Novell. It is derived from an existing product by the same software house, called NetMail, and retains many of the architectural features of that software. However, important components such as the mail store are being re-developed to integrate new functionality (such as search) and new features (such as calendaring, using the calendar server protocol CalDAV). As such, when complete it will be a more modern system with better support for common standards in comparison to the earlier NetMail product.
707 hunspell 1.3.2 A spell checker and morphological analyzer library
708 hwinfo SUSE HWiNFO and HWiNFO32 are professional hardware information and diagnostic tools supporting latest components, industry technologies and standards. Both tools are designed to collect and present the maximum amount of information possible about computer’s hardware which makes them suitable for users searching for driver updates, computer manufacturers, system integrators and technical experts as well. Retrieved information is presented in a logical and easily understandable form and can be exported into various types of reports.
709 hwloc 1.11.3 The Portable Hardware Locality (hwloc) software package provides a portable abstraction (across OS, versions, architectures, …) of the hierarchical topology of modern architectures, including NUMA memory nodes, shared caches, processor sockets, processor cores and processing units (logical processors or “threads”). It also gathers various system attributes such as cache and memory information. It primarily aims at helping applications with gathering information about modern computing hardware so as to exploit it accordingly and efficiently. hwloc may display the topology in multiple convenient formats. It also offers a powerful programming interface (C API) to gather information about the hardware, bind processes, and much more.
710 hylafax 6.0.5 HylaFAX is an enterprise-class system for sending and receiving facsimiles as well as for sending alpha-numeric pages. The software is designed around a client-server architecture. Fax modems may reside on a single machine on a network and clients can submit an outbound job from any other machine on the network. Client software is designed to be lightweight and easy to port. HylaFAX is designed to be very robust and reliable. The fax server is designed to guard against unexpected failures in the software, in the configuration, in the hardware and in general use. HylaFAX can support multiple modems and a heavy traffic load.
711 hylafax-client 6.0.5 HylaFAX is a telecommunication system for UNIX systems.
712 i2c-tools 3.1.0 This package contains an heterogeneous set of I2C tools for the Linux kernel . as well as an I2C library. The tools were originally part of the lm-sensors project but were finally split into their own package for convenience. The library is used by some of the tools, but can also be used by third-party applications. The tools and library compile, run and have been tested on GNU/Linux.
713 i4l-base 40299 These utilities are needed for configuring and using ISDN devices. This package includes special tools for network connections via ISDN. Other tools for setup of various ISDN cards and for monitoring ISDN connections are also included.
714 ibmasm-xinput 2.1 This package contains the X11 input driver to allow the IBM Advanced System Management (RSA 1 Service Processor) adapter to control the X mouse and keyboard events.
715 ibmsis n/a IBM driver. This driver is designed for IBM iSeries hardware and may control 2763, 2748, and 2778 iSeries storage adaptors. This package contains the firmware required by the driver and two userspace utilities: sisupdate – IOA Mikrocode Update-Utility sisconfig – IOA Configuration and recovery tool.
716 ibsim 0.5 ibsim’ is Voltaire Infiniband Fabric Simulator. The tool was originally developed by voltairians and was used with big success for IB management software development, debug and testing. Also we found this perfectly useful for various researches and a routing algorithms development.
717 ibus Intelligent Input Bus for Linux OS
718 ibus-anthy The Anthy engine for IBus input platform
719 ibus-chewing 1.4.2 The Chewing engine for IBus input platform
720 ibus-fep 1.4.4 IBus client for text terminals (non frame buffer)
721 ibus-hangul 1.4.1 The Hangul engine for IBus input platform
722 ibus-libpinyin 1.4.92 Intelligent Pinyin engine based on libpinyin for IBus
723 ibus-m17n 1.3.4 The M17N engine for IBus platform
724 ibus-mozc 1.5.1090.102 The Mozc engine for IBus Framework
725 ibus-qt 1.3.1 Qt IBus library and Qt input method plugin
726 ibus-rawcode The Rawcode engine for IBus input platform
727 ibus-sayura 1.3.1 The Sinhala engine for IBus input platform
728 ibus-table The Table engine for IBus platform
729 ibus-table-chinese 1.4.0 Chinese input tables for IBus
730 ibus-typing-booster 0.0.10 The Table engine for IBus platform
731 ibutils 1.5.7 The application IBUtils is designed for simlifying database design for Interbase and Firebird databases by showing the links between the tables in your database visually, like some CASE tools do. Every change to the tables in your database made by other tools can be refreshed by one mouse click. You can create tables and tables relations too. Changes to database are logged into a file.
732 icedtea6 1.09999999999854 IcedTea is a software development and integration project launched by Red Hat in June 2007.[1] The initial goal was to make the Java OpenJDK software which Sun Microsystems released as free software in 2007 usable without requiring any other software that is not free software and hence make it possible to add OpenJDK to Fedora and other Linux distributions that insist on free software. This was met and a version of IcedTea based on OpenJDK was packaged with Fedora 8 in November 2007.
733 icedtea-web 1.3 Java browser plug-in and Web Start implementation
734 icon-naming-utils 0.8.90 The icon-naming-utils package contains a Perl script used for maintaining backwards compatibility with current desktop icon themes, while migrating to the names specified in the Icon Naming Specification.
735 icon-slicer 0.3 icon-slicer is a utility for generating icon themes and libXcursor cursor themes.
736 icu 54.1 ISA Configuration Utility (BIOS, PNP, ISA)
737 id3lib 3.8.3 id3lib is an open-source, cross-platform software development library for reading, writing, and manipulating ID3v1 and ID3v2 tags. It is an on-going project whose primary goals are full compliance with the ID3v2 standard, portability across several platforms, and providing a powerful and feature-rich API with a highly stable and efficient implementation.
738 ifd-egate 0.05 BROKEN – The Axalto Egate device driver enables PCSC-lite to communicate with Axalto Egate cards, which CoolKey is based off of.
739 iFolder SUSE iFolder is a solution that allows people to easily share folders of files of any type with other users, whether they use the same or different operating systems. Thus, Linux, Windows and Macintosh users can all use iFolder to share files.
740 ifplugd 0.28 ifplugd is a Linux daemon which will automatically configure your ethernet device when a cable is plugged in and automatically unconfigure it if the cable is pulled. This is useful on laptops with onboard network adapters, since it will only configure the interface when a cable is really connected.
741 iiimf 12.2 IIIMF is a modern, platform and windowing system-independent input method framework developed by Hideki Hiura, the original author of XIM. IIIMF is based on a modern client-server architecture which allows multiple language engines to run concurrently. IIIMF not only provides an X Window client framework (IIMXCF), it also provides client frameworks for Java2, Emacs, GTK+, QT and Windows in addition to the generic libiiimcf C client framework library. You can currently try out IIIMF in Redhat’s Fedora Core 3. Other Linux distributors are certain to follow suit in the near future.
742 iiimf-le-chinput 0.3-16 A Simplified Chinese language engine for im-sdk.
743 iiimf-le-xcin 20090717 IIIMF-xcin is the next generation of XCIN, a popular input method for traditional chinese users. It uses IIIMF (Internet/Intranet Input Method Framework). IIIMF is designed to be the next generation of input method framework which provides the following capabilities;
Multiplatform, platform independent.
Multlingual and Full UNICODE support, but satisfactory for native speakers.
Windowing System Independent.
Multiple language engines concurrently run.
Distributed, lightweight clients and scalable server.
Extensible in multiple means.
Input method protocol efficient enough to be used over low-speed modem connection.
Easy input method engine development with plugin API.
Easy input method enabling with libiiimcf, even on console apps.
Small core part to start from.
744 ImageMagick ImageMagick is a powerful image display, conversion and manipulation tool. It runs in an X session. With this tool, you can view, edit and display a varietyof image formats.
745 ImageMagick-Magick++ 6.7.3 Magick++ is the object-oriented C++ API to the ImageMagick image-processing library, the most comprehensive open-source image processing package available. Read the latest NEWS and ChangeLog for Magick++.
746 imake 1.0.5 imake is a build automation system implemented on top of the C preprocessor.
747 imap 2007f The Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) is one of the two most prevalent Internet standard protocols for e-mail retrieval, the other being the Post Office Protocol (POP).[1] Virtually all modern e-mail clients and mail servers support both protocols as a means of transferring e-mail messages from a server.
748 im-chooser 1.6.0 im-chooser is a GUI frontend application for IMSettings to choose Input Method you want to use or disable it entirely on the desktop.
749 imlib 1.9.15 Imlib is a display depth independent image loading and rendering library. Imlib is designed to simplify and speed up the process of loading images and obtaining X Window System drawables. Imlib provides many simple manipulation routines which can be used for common operations. Install imlib if you need an image loading and rendering library for X11R6. You may also want to install the imlib-cfgeditor package, which will help you configure Imlib.
750 imlib2 1.4.5 Imlib 2 is the successor to Imlib. It is NOT a newer version – it is a completely new library. Imlib 2 can be installed alongside Imlib 1.x without any problems since they are effectively different libraries – BUT they Have very similar functionality.
751 imlib2-loaders 1.4.5 Imlib 2 is the successor to Imlib. It is not just a newer version – it is a completely new library. Imlib2 can be installed alongside Imlib 1.x without any problems since they are effectively different libraries – but they Have very similar functionality. This package contains image loaders for: argb, bmp, gif, jpeg, png, pnm, tga, tiff, xpm
752 indent 2.2.11 The indent program can be used to make code easier to read. It can also convert from one style of writing C to another. indent understands a substantial amount about the syntax of C, but it also attempts to cope with incomplete and misformed syntax.
753 inetd SUSE The subsystem in UNIX responsible for starting most of the network services. This program works from the principle that one service can listen for incoming traffic on a socket, and when such traffic appears, it can launch the appropriate service to handle it. This allows a single box to support many services without actually having them all run at the same time. The file /etc/inetd.conf configures this service. Key point: A common backdoor technique is to place a root shell program in inetd.conf.
754 inetutils 1.9.1 GNU network utilities and servers
755 infiniband-diags 1.6.4 This package provides diagnostic programs and scripts needed to diagnose an InfiniBand subnet.
756 infinispan 5.1.5 Scalable, highly-available Java NoSQL database
757 info 6.1 Texinfo is the official documentation format of the GNU project. This is the same as the texinfo package, distributed by SUSE under the name info.
758 info2html 2 info2html is a perl script which looks for a specific info node in an info file and translates it to HTML syntax. Link directives are translated in URLs pointing back to the server. Some icons are provided for link directives and cross references.
759 iniparser 3.1 iniParser is an ANSI C library to parse “INI-style” files, often used to hold application configuration information.
760 initscripts 9.49.24 The initscripts package contains the basic system scripts used to boot your Mandrake Linux system, change run levels, and shut the system down cleanly. Initscripts also contains the scripts that activate and deactivate most network interfaces.
761 initviocons SUSE? Initviocons can be used on the iSeries platform to recognize terminal features of a telnet client that is connected to the virtual console (similar to a serial console). It probes the terminal via escape sequences to find out the screen size and a suitable TERM type. It also does special initialization if possible (for example, carriage return suppression for Windows telnet clients). On the iSeries platform, it additionally checks for the presence of more than one terminal connected on the same line. See /etc/profile for a usage example.
762 inkscape 0.48.2 The graphics software Inkscape is an advanced tool for creating professional looking graphics. It uses the Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) file format and supports paths, shapes, text, markers, gradients, grouping and more. Vector graphics uses sophisticated methods for defining images.
763 inn 2.5.3 News transport system `InterNetNews’ by the ISC and Rich Salz This is INN version 1.X, provided for sites which are not ready to upgrade to 2.X yet. New installations of INN should use Debian’s inn2 package instead. The news transport is the part of the system that stores the articles and the lists of which groups are available and so on, and provides those articles on request to users. It receives news (either posted locally or from a newsfeed site), files it, and passes it on to any downstream sites. Each article is kept for a period of time and then deleted (this is known as `expiry’). By default Debian’s INN will install in a fairly simple `local-only’ configuration. In order to make use of the services provided by INN you’ll have to use a user-level newsreader program such as trn. The newsreader is the program that fetches articles from the server and shows them to the user, remembering which the user has seen so that they don’t get shown again. It also provides the posting interface for the user.
764 inputcontrol 0.0.1 A collection of utilities for configuring input devices
765 input-utils 2005.08.02 utilities for the input layer of the Linux kernel
766 insserv SUSE insserv enables an installed system init script (boot script) by reading the comment header of the script
767 install-initrd SUSE n/a You can create an initrd for installation. Useful, for example, to set up a UML or XEN environment.
768 inst-source-utils SUSE Utilities supporting autoinstallation and creation of customized installation and update sources.
769 intltool 0.50.2 utility scripts and assorted auto magic for internationalizing XML Automatically extracts translatable strings from oaf, glade, bonobo ui, nautilus theme and other XML files into the po files. Automatically merges translations from po files back into .oaf files (encoding to be 7-bit clean). I can also extend this merging mechanism to support other types of XML files.
770 iok 2.1.3 Indic Onscreen Virtual Keyboard
771 iotop 0.6 Linux has always been able to show how much I/O was going on (the bi and bo columns of the vmstat 1 command). iotop is a Python program with a top like UI used to show of behalf of which process is the I/O going on.
772 ipa 2.1.3 The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA)[note 1] is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. It was devised by the International Phonetic Association as a standardized representation of the sounds of spoken language.[1] The IPA is used by foreign language students and teachers, linguists, speech pathologists and therapists, singers, actors, lexicographers, artificial language enthusiasts (conlangers), and translators.[2][3]
773 ipcalc 0.1.8 ipcalc provides a simple way to calculate IP information for a host.
774 ipmitool 1.8.13 IPMItool is a utility for managing and configuring devices that support the Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) version 1.5 and version 2.0 specifications. IPMI is an open standard for monitoring, logging, recovery, inventory, and control of hardware that is implemented independent of the main CPU, BIOS, and OS. The service processor (or Baseboard Management Controller, BMC) is the brain behind platform management and its primary purpose is to handle the autonomous sensor monitoring and event logging features.
775 ipod-sharp 0.8.5 The new ipod-sharp version has this major features: support for ipod sports devices and speed improvement of track add/remove/lookup operations (Also includes more bugfixes).
776 iproute2 3.10.0 The iproute package contains networking utilities (ip, tc and rtmon, for example) which are designed to use the advanced networking capabilities of the Linux 2.2.x kernels and later, such as policy routing, fast NAT and packet scheduling.
777 iprutils 23.12.0 The iprutils package provides utilities to manage and configure SCSI devices that are supported by the ipr SCSI storage device driver.
778 ipsec-tools 0.8.0 IPsec-Tools is a port of KAME’s IPsec utilities to the Linux-2.6 IPsec implementation. It supports NetBSD and FreeBSD as well.
779 ipset 6.29 IP sets are a framework inside the Linux kernel, which can be administered by the ipset utility. Depending on the type, an IP set may store IP addresses, networks, (TCP/UDP) port numbers, MAC addresses, interface names or combinations of them in a way, which ensures lightning speed when matching an entry against a set.
780 iptables 1.4.21 Iptables is used to set up, maintain, and inspect the tables of IP packet filter rules in the Linux kernel. Several different tables may be defined. Each table contains a number of built-in chains and may also contain user-defined chains. Each chain is a list of rules which can match a set of packets. Each rule specifies what to do with a packet that matches. This is called a `target’, which may be a jump to a user-defined chain in the same table.
781 iptables-ipv6 The iptables package also includes ip6tables. ip6tables is used for configuring the IPv6 packet filter. Part of iptables.
782 iptraf 3.0.0 IPTraf is in a compressed tar format. The iptraf-version.tar.gz files no longer contain the precompiled executable programs. Ready-to-run executables are available in the iptraf-version.bin.i386.tar.gz files. The ready-to-run binary packages for for Intel machines running GNU libc 2.1
783 iptstate 2.2.3 Using iptstate you interactively watch where traffic crossing your netfilter/iptables firewall is going, sort by various criteria, limit the view by various criteria. But it doesn’t stop there: as of version 2.2.0 you can even delete states from the table!
784 iputils 20121221 The iputils package contains ping, a basic networking tool. The ping command sends a series of ICMP protocol ECHO_REQUEST packets to as pecified network host and can tell you if that machine is alive and receiving network traffic.ipv6calc is a small utility which formats and calculates IPv6 addresses in different ways. It extends the existing address detection on IPv6 initscript setup or make life easier in adding reverse IPv6 zones to DNSor using in DNS queries like nslookup -q=ANY `ipv6calc -r 3ffe:400:100:f101::1/48` See also here for more details:
785 ipv6calc 0.93.1 ipv6calc is a small utility written in programming languate C to manipulate (not only) IPv6 addresses. Intentions were convering a given IPv6 address into compressed format, convering a given IPv6 address into the same format like shown in /proc/net/if_inet6 and (because it was not difficulty) migrating the Perl program ip6_int into. Now only one utiltity is needed to do a lot.
786 ipvsadm 1.26 Ipvsadm(8) is used to set up, maintain or inspect the virtual server table in the Linux kernel. The Linux Virtual Server can be used to build scalable network services based on a cluster of two or more nodes. The active node of the cluster redirects service requests to a collection of server hosts that will actually perform the services. Supported features include two protocols (TCP and UDP), three packet-forwarding methods (NAT, tunneling, and direct routing), and eight load balancing algorithms (round robin, weighted round robin, least-connec-tion, weighted least-connection, locality-based least-connection, locality-based least-connection with replication, destination-hashing, and source-hashing).
787 ipxe 20160729 iPXE is an open source network bootloader. It provides a direct replacement for proprietary PXE ROMs, with many extra features such as DNS, HTTP, iSCSI, etc. This package contains the iPXE boot images in USB, CD, floppy, and PXE UNDI formats.
788 ircd 7.3.1 Undernet IRC Server daemon This is ircu, the Undernet Internet Relay Chat daemon, which allows interactive character based communication between people connected to this server with IRC clients. It is based on the latest stable version which can be downloaded from http:// This version is compiled for network usage but it can also run standalone. You can modify it’s behaviour with reconfiguring/rebuilding.
789 irda 0.9.18 Linux implementation of the Infrared Data Association (IRDA) protocol. Now part of the Linux kernel.
790 irda-utils 0.9.18 Linux implementation of the Infrared Data Association (IRDA) protocol. Now part of the Linux kernel.
791 ironjacamar 1.0.10 implementation of Java EE Connection Architecture
792 irqbalance 1.0.7 irqbalance is a Linux* daemon that distributes interrupts over the processors and cores you have in your computer system. The design goal of irqbalance is to do find a balance between power savings and optimal performance. To a large degree, the work irqbalance does is invisible to you; if irqbalance performs its job right, nobody will ever notice it’s there or want to turn it off.
793 isapnp 1.27 isapnp is a program to configure Plug-and-Play (PnP) devices on the ISA bus including internal modems. It comes in a package called “isapnptools” and includes another program, “pnpdump” which finds all your ISA PnP devices and shows you options for configuring them in a format which may be added to the PnP configuration file: /etc/isapnp.conf. It may also be used with the –dumpregs option to show the current IO address and IRQ of the modem’s serial port. The isapnp command may be put into a startup file so that it runs each time you start the computer and thus will configure ISA PnP devices. It is able to do this even if your BIOS doesn’t support PnP. See Plug-and-Play-HOWTO.
794 iscsi-initiator-utils Open-iSCSI project is a high performance, transport independent, multi-platform implementation of RFC3720.
795 iscsitarget In computing, iSCSI (pronounced /a??sk?zi/ “eye-scuzzy”), is an abbreviation of Internet Small Computer System Interface, an Internet Protocol (IP)-based storage networking standard for linking data storage facilities. By carrying SCSI commands over IP networks, iSCSI is used to facilitate data transfers over intranets and to manage storage over long distances. iSCSI can be used to transmit data over local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), or the Internet and can enable location-independent data storage and retrieval. The protocol allows clients (called initiators) to send SCSI commands (CDBs) to SCSI storage devices (targets) on remote servers. It is a popular Storage Area Network (SAN) protocol, allowing organizations to consolidate storage into data center storage arrays while providing hosts (such as database and web servers) with the illusion of locally-attached disks. Unlike traditional Fibre Channel, which requires special-purpose cabling, iSCSI can be run over long distances using existing network infrastructure.
796 isdn4k-utils 3.2p1 isdn4k-utils: The isdn4k-utils package contains a collection of utilities needed for configuring an ISDN subsystem. From Redhat 8.0 RPM
797 isns 2.1.01 In computing, the proposed Internet Storage Name Service (iSNS) protocol allows automated discovery, management and configuration of iSCSI and Fibre Channel devices (using iFCP gateways) on a TCP/IP network.
798 isns-utils 0.93 The iSNS package contains the daemon and tools to setup a iSNS server, and iSNS client tools. The Internet Storage Name Service (iSNS) protocol allows automated discovery, management and configuration of iSCSI and Fibre Channel devices (using iFCP gateways) on a TCP/IP network.
799 iso_ent 2000.11.03 Character entity sets for ISO 8879:1986.
800 ispell 3.3.02 International Ispell (an interactive spelling corrector) Ispell corrects spelling in plain text, LaTeX, sgml/html/xml, and nroff files. [x]Emacs and jed have nice interfaces to ispell, and ispell works from many other tools and from the command line as well. No dictionaries are included in this package. Ispell looks in /usr/lib/ispell/default.{aff,hash} and in / usr/share/dict/words by default. Those files may be provided, respectively, by an ispell-dictionary package and a wordlist package. (You must have an ispell dictionary before you can use ispell; a wordlist is only required for ispell’s (L)ookup command.) This ispell package supports either the “new-style” idict-(language) dictionaries or the “old-style” i(language) dictionaries. As of February 2001, only old-style dictionaries are available, because the dictionaries-common standards and package have not been finalized. When dictionaries-common and the idict-( language) dictionaries become available, this version of ispell will be able to use them. (For more information, please see the dictionaries-common package and ispell’s Debian changelog).
801 iterm 0.9.6 iTerm is a full featured terminal emulation program written for OS X using Cocoa. We are aiming at providing users with best command line experience under OS X. The letter i represents a native apple look and feel of the program interface, and an emphasis on complete international support.
802 iw 4.7 iw is a new nl80211 based CLI configuration utility for wireless devices. Currently you can only use this utility to configure devices which use a mac80211 driver as these are the new drivers being written – only because most new wireless devices being sold are now SoftMAC.
803 jack 1.9.7 Rip and encode CDs with one command Jack has been developed with one main goal: making MP3s or OGGs without having to worry. There is nearly no way that an incomplete rip goes unnoticed, e.g. jack compares WAV and OGG file sizes when continuing from a previous run. Jack also checks your HD space before doing anything (even keeps some MB free). Jack is different from other such tools in a number of ways: – it supports different rippers and encoders – it is very configurable – it doesn’t need X – it can “rip” virtual CD images like the ones created by cdrdao – when using cdparanoia, cdparanoia’s status information is displayed for all tracks, so you can see if something went wrong – it uses sophisticated disk space management, i.e. it schedules it’s ripping/ encoding processes depending on available space. – freedb query, file renaming and id3 tagging – it can resume work after it has been interrupted. If all tracks have been ripped, it doesn’t even need the CD anymore, even if you want to do a freedb query. – it can do a freedb query based on OGGs alone, like if you don’t remember from which CD those OGGs came from. – freedb submissions
804 jacorb 3.0 Free Java implementation of CORBA standards
805 jadetex 3.13 This is a TeX macro package for processing the output from Jade/OpenJade in TeX (-t) mode.
806 jaf 1.1 Open Source JavaBeans Activation Framework
807 ja-ipafonts 3.03 Japanese TrueType fonts developed by IPA (Information-technology Promotion Agency, Japan)
808 jakarta-commons-beanutils 1.8.3 Easy-to-use wrappers around the Java reflection and introspection APIs.
809 jakarta-commons-codec 1.6 General encoding/decoding algorithms (for example phonetic, base64, URL).
810 jakarta-commons-collections 3.2.1 Extends or augments the Java Collections Framework.
811 jakarta-commons-daemon 1.0.10 Alternative invocation mechanism for unix-daemon-like java code.
812 jakarta-commons-dbcp 1.4.1 Database connection pooling services.
813 jakarta-commons-digester 3.1 XML-to-Java-object mapping utility.
814 jakarta-commons-discovery 0.6 Tools for locating resources by mapping service/reference names to resource names.
815 jakarta-commons-el 1.0.1 Interpreter for the Expression Language defined by the JSP 2.0 specification.
816 jakarta-commons-fileupload 1.2.2 File upload capability for your servlets and web applications.
817 jakarta-commons-httpclient 4.1.2 The Hyper-Text Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is perhaps the most significant protocol used on the Internet today. Web services, network-enabled appliances and the growth of network computing continue to expand the role of the HTTP protocol beyond user-driven web browsers, while increasing the number of applications that require HTTP support.
818 jakarta-commons-lang 3.0.1 Provides extra functionality for classes in java.lang.
819 jakarta-commons-launcher 1.2 Cross platform Java application launcher.
820 jakarta-commons-logging 1.1.1 Wrapper around a variety of logging API implementations.
821 jakarta-commons-modeler 2.1 Mechanisms to create Model MBeans compatible with JMX specification.
822 jakarta-commons-pool 1.6 Generic object pooling component.
823 jakarta-commons-validator 1.4 Framework to define validators and validation rules in an xml file.
824 jakarta-oro 2.0.8 The Jakarta-ORO Java classes are a set of text-processing Java classes that provide Perl5 compatible regular expressions, AWK-like regular expressions, glob expressions, and utility classes for performing substitutions, splits, filtering filenames, etc. This library is the successor to the OROMatcher, AwkTools, PerlTools, and TextTools libraries originally from ORO, Inc. Despite little activity in the form of new development initiatives, issue reports, questions, and suggestions are responded to quickly.
825 jakarta-taglibs-standard 1.1.2 Apache Taglibs was originally called Jakarta Taglibs. When the project changed name, and moved over to coexist with the Tomcat project, many of the original taglibs were retired. See the Jakarta Taglibs retirement page for more on these taglibs.
826 jakarta-tomcat 7.0.22 Java Servlet 2.2 engine with JSP 1.1 support Jakarta-Tomcat is the reference implementation for the Java Servlet 2.2 and JavaServer Pages (JSP) 1.1 specification from the Apache Jakarta project. For more information about Tomcat please take a look at the Tomcat home page at The official Servlet 2.2 and JSP 1.1 specifications can be found at servlets and
827 jandex 1.1.0Alpha2 Java Annotation Indexer
828 jansson 2.7 Small library for parsing and writing JSON documents.
829 jasper 1.900.1 The jasper command converts to and from JPEG-2000 files. Please use the –help command line switch and the JasPer Software Reference Manual for more information.
830 java_cup 0.11a Parser Generator for Java.
831 java-1_4_2-gcj-compat 1.0.4 This package contains shell scripts and symbolic links to simulate a JPackage Java runtime environment with GCJ.
832 javamail 1.4.3 The JavaMail API provides a platform-independent and protocol-independent framework to build mail and messaging applications. The JavaMail API is available as an optional package for use with Java SE platform and is also included in the Java EE platform.
833 jaxb 2.2.6 Java Architecture for XML Binding
834 jbigkit 2.0.10 JBIG-KIT is a software implementation of the JBIG1 data compression standard (ITU-T T.82), which was designed for bi-level image data, such as scanned documents.
835 jbosgi 1.2.0 OSGi functionality for JBoss
836 jbossas 7.1.2 Open source java application server
837 jboss-classfilewriter 1.0.5 JBoss Class File Writer
838 jboss-console 1.4.0 JBoss Management Console
839 jboss-dmr 1.1.1 Dynamic module representation
840 jboss-ejb3-ext-api 2.0.0 External API for EJB3
841 jboss-ejb-client 1.0.11 Enterprise Java Beans client
842 jboss-invocation 1.1.2 JBoss Invocation API
843 jboss-javaee-specs 3.0.2 JBoss Java EE API
844 jboss-logging 3.1.2 Logging support for JBoss
845 jboss-marshalling 1.3.0.CR9 Alternative Java searalization API
846 jboss-modules 1.1.3 Modular class loading system
847 jboss-msc 1.1.0Beta3 Modular Service Container
848 jboss-remoting 3.1.0Beta2 General purpose framework for synchronous and asynchronous communication
849 jboss-sasl 1.0.3 SASL support for JBoss Remoting
850 jboss-threads 2.1.0Beta1 JBoss Threads
851 jbossts-jta 4.16.4 Transaction support for Java applications
852 jboss-vfs 3.1.0 Virtual file system for abstraction for virtual deployment
853 jbossweb 7.0.17 Enterprise Web Application server based on Tomcat
854 jbossws-api 1.0.0 JBoss WS public API
855 jbossws-common 2.0.4 General purpose web services code for all stacks
856 jbossws-common-tools 1.0.1 JAXWS tools
857 jbossws-cxf 4.0.4 JBoss Web Sevices CXF
858 jbossws-native 4.0.4 JBoss Web Services Native
859 jbossws-spi 2.0.4 Defines the Web Services SPI abstraction layer
860 jdepend 2.9 JDepend traverses Java class file directories and generates design quality metrics for each Java package. JDepend allows you to automatically measure the quality of a design in terms of its extensibility, reusability, and maintainability to manage package dependencies effectively.
861 jdiff git clone external javadoc doclet that generates an html report of API changes/comparisons
862 jdom 1.1.3 To provide a complete, Java-based solution for accessing, manipulating, and outputting XML data from Java code. Read more about our project goals.
863 jfsutils 1.1.13 utilities for managing the JFS filesystem
864 jgroups 3.1.0 Java toolkit for reliable multicast communication
865 jhead 2.96 Tool for displaying EXIF data embedded in JPEG images
866 jlex 1.2.6 JLex is a lexical analyzer generator, written for Java, in Java.
867 jpackage-utils 5 The JPackage Project has two primary goals: To provide a coherent set of Java software packages for Linux, satisfying all quality requirements of other applications. To establish an efficient and robust policy for Java software packaging and installation.
868 jpeg 9b Reference implementation of the JPEG graphics format.
869 js 1.8.5 JavaScript interpreter and libraries
870 jsch 0.1.48 JSch allows you to connect to an sshd server and use port forwarding, X11 forwarding, file transfer, etc., and you can integrate its functionality into your own Java programs. JSch is licensed under BSD style license.
871 jsilver 1.0.0 git clone external java-based templates
872 json-c 0.11 SON-C implements a reference counting object model that allows you to easily construct JSON objects in C, output them as JSON formatted strings and parse JSON formatted strings back into the C representation of JSON objects.
873 json-glib 1.0.4 json-glib is a library providing serialization and deserialization support for the JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) format.
874 jsr-305 0 git clone external annotations for software defect detection
875 jss 4.3 Java Security Services (JSS) is a java native interface which provides a bridge for java-based applications to use native Network Security Services (NSS). This only works with gcj. Other JREs require that JCE providers be signed.
876 jta 1.1 The Java Transaction API (JTA) is one of the Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) APIs allowing distributed transactions to be done across multiple XA resources in a Java environment.
877 juju-core 1.17.7 Through the use of charms, juju provides you with shareable, re-usable, and repeatable expressions of devops best practices. You can use them unmodified, or easily change and connect them to fit your needs. Deploying a charm is similar to installing a package on Ubuntu: ask for it and its there, remove it and its completely gone.
878 junit 4.10. JUnit is a simple framework to write repeatable tests. It is an instance of the xUnit architecture for unit testing frameworks.
879 k3b 2.0.2 K3b is CD-writing software which intends to be feature-rich and provide an easily usable interface. Features include burning audio CDs from .WAV and .MP3 audio files, configuring external programs and configuring devices.
880 kaccessible KDE SC 4.14 KDE accessibility support.
881 kaffeine 2.0.1 KDE media player.
882 kasumi 2.5 A personal dictionary manager for Anthy.
883 kbd 1.15.5 The kbd package contains tools for managing a Linux system’s console’s behavior, including the keyboard, the screenfonts, the virtual terminals and font files.
884 kconfigeditor 0.9.6 KConfigEditor is an application which lets power users and administrators directly edit all aspects of their desktops.
885 kdbg 2.1.1 KDbg is a graphical user interface to gdb, the GNU debugger. It provides an intuitive interface for setting breakpoints, inspecting variables, and stepping through code.
886 kdeaccessibility 4.9.2 KDE accessibility support. Now part of kaccessibility.
887 kdeaddons 3.93 Add-ons to the KDE desktop.
888 kdeaddons3-kate 3.5.9 The Kate editor.
889 kdeaddons3-kicker 3.5.9 Part of the KDE desktop.
890 kdeaddons3-konqueror 16.04.1 git:// git:// File manager for the KDE desktop.
891 kdeadmin 4.9.2 The kdeadmin package contains packages that usually only a system administrator might need.
892 kdeartwork3-xscreensaver 3.5.10 This package allows using the more than 100 screensavers in the
xscreensaver package for KDE
893 kdebase 4.7.2 Core applications for the K Desktop Environment. Here is an overview of the directories.
894 kdebase3 3.97 Base package of the KDE desktop.
895 kdebase3-ksysguardd 3.97 System monitor, part of the KDE desktop.
896 kdebase3-nsplugin 3.5.9 Netscape plugins, part of the KDE desktop. SUSE sub-package, now part of kdebase.
897 kdebase3-samba 3.97 kdebase3-samba is a SUSE subpackage of kdebase.
898 kdebase3-SLES 3.97 SUSE subpackage of kdebase.
899 kde-baseapps 4.9.2 KDE Core Applications
900 kdebindings 3.97 KDE bindings for different programming languages. Part of the KDE desktop.
901 kdebindings3 java 3.97 Now part of kdebindings.
902 kdebindings3 javascript 3.97 Now part of kdebindings.
903 kdebindings3-Csharp 3.97 Now part of kdebindings.
904 kdebindings3-perl 3.97 Now part of kdebindings.
905 kdegraphics 4.9.2 Graphical tools for the K Desktop Environment. kdegraphics is a collection of graphic oriented applications.
906 kdegraphics3 4.9.2 Part of kdegraphics.
907 kdegraphics3-fax 4.9.2 Part of kdegraphics.
908 kdegraphics3-kamera 4.9.2 Part of kdegraphics.
909 kdegraphics3-postscript 4.9.2 Part of kdegraphics.
910 kdegraphics3-scan 4.9.2 Part of kdegraphics.
911 kdelibs 4.9.2 Libraries for the K Desktop Environment. KDE Libraries include: kdecore (KDE core library), kdeui (userinterface), kfm (file manager), khtmlw (HTML widget), kio (Input/Output, networking), kspell (spelling checker), jscript (javascript), kab (addressbook), kimgio (image manipulation).
912 kdelibs3 3.5.9 Base libraries for the KDE desktop (version 3).
913 kdemultimedia 4.9.2 Multimedia tools for the K Desktop Environment.
914 kdemultimedia3 3.5 Multimedia tools for the K Desktop Environment, version 3.
915 kdemultimedia3-sound 3.5 SUSE sub-package of kdemultimedia3.
916 kdemultimedia3-video 3.5 SUSE sub-package of kdemultimedia3.
917 kdenetwork 4.9.2 Networking applications for the K Desktop Environment. – kdict: graphical client for the DICT protocol. – kit: AOL instant messenger client, using the TOC protocol – kmail: universal mail client – kmailcvt: converst addressbooks to kmail format – knewsticker: RDF newsticker applet – knode: online newsreader – korn: new mail notification tool – kpf: public fileserver applet – ksirc: IRC client – ktalkd: talk daemon – kxmlrpc: KDE XmlRpc Daemon – lanbrowsing: lan browsing kio slave – krfb: Desktop Sharing server, allow others to access your desktop via VNC – krdc: a client for Desktop Sharing and other VNC servers.
918 kdenetwork3 3.5.10
919 kdenetwork3-InstantMessenger 3.5.9 Part of kdenetwork3.
920 kdenetwork3-news 3.5.9 Part of kdenetwork3.
921 kdenetwork3-nld-InstantMessenger 3.5.9 Part of kdenetwork3.
922 kdenetwork3-vnc 3.5.9 Part of kdenetwork3.
923 kdenetwork3-wireless 3.5.9 Part of kdenetwork3.
924 kdepim 4.9.2 KDE PIM libraries.
925 kdepim3 3.5.10 KDE PIM libraries, version 3.
926 kdepim3-networkstatus 3.5.10 Part of kdepimlibs3.
927 kdepim-runtime 4.9.1 KDE PIM Runtime Environment
928 kdeplasma-addons 4.9.1 Additional plasmoids for KDE
929 kde-runtime 4.9.1 KDE Runtime
930 kdesdk 4.9.2 KDE Software Development Kit This is a collection of applications and tools used by KDE developers. It also has example code for use in learning KDE programming or starting a new KDE application.
931 kdesdk3 3.5.9 KDE Software Developmed Kit, version 3.
932 kdesdk3-translate 3.5.9 Part of kdesdk3.
933 kdeutils 4.9.2 Utilities for the K Desktop Environment.
934 kdeutils3 3.5.10 Utilities for the K Desktop Environment, version 3.
935 kdeutils3-extra 3.5.10 SUSE sub-package of kdeutils3.
936 kdeutils3-laptop 3.5.10 SUSE sub-package of kdeutils3.
937 kdevelop 4.3.80 The KDevelop Integrated Development Environment provides many features that developers need as well as providing a unified interface to programs like gdb,the C/C++ compiler, and make. KDevelop manages or provides: * All development tools needed for C++ programming like Compiler, Linker, automake and autoconf * KAppWizard, which generates complete, ready-to-go sample applications * Classgenerator, for creating new classes and integrating them into the current project * File management for sources, headers, documentation etc. to be included in the project * The creation of User-Handbooks written with SGML and the automatic generation of HTML-output with the KDE look and feel * Automatic HTML-based API-documentation for your project’s classes with cross-references to the used libraries; Internationalization support for your application, allowing translators to easily add their target language to a project * WYSIWYG (What you see is what you get) creation of user interfaces with a built-in dialog editor * Debugging your application by integrating KDbg * Editing of project-specific pixmaps with KIconEdit * The inclusion of any other program you need for development by adding it to the “Tools” menu according to your individual needs. From Mandrake 9.0 RPM
938 kdewebdev 3.5.10 KDEWebdev is a KDE software package to work with web development.
939 kde-workspace 4.9.1 KDE Workspace
940 kdnssd-avahi 0.1.3 KDE zeroconf implementation based on avahi.
941 kdump 0.8.15 0.8.15 This package is designed to take the whole kernel dump in a special initramfs
and consists of the following parts:
– kdumptool, a tool to
o identify a kernel,
o save a dump over various transports (local file, SSH2, FTP, NFS, SMB),
o copy the kernel including debugging information,
o delete old dumps,
o read the VMCOREINFO (see *makedumpfile*(8) of kernel core dumps),
o show the progress over the keyboard LED.
– udev rules,
– initrd support files (setup script, boot script, generation script),
– init script,
– configuration file,
– documentation.kdump is an integral part of all SUSE products.
942 keepalived 1.2.7 High Availability Monitor
943 kernel 4.7 The Linux kernel is an operating system kernel used by the Linux family of Unix-like operating systems.[6] It is one of the most prominent examples of free and open source software.[7] The Linux kernel is released under the GNU General Public License version 2 (GPLv2),[4] (plus some firmware images with various licenses), and is developed by contributors worldwide. Day-to-day development takes place on the Linux kernel mailing list. The Linux kernel was initially conceived and created by Finnish computer science student[8] Linus Torvalds in 1991. Linux rapidly accumulated developers and users who adopted code from other free software projects for use with the new operating system.[9] The Linux kernel has received contributions from thousands of programmers.[10] Many Linux distributions have been released based upon the Linux kernel.
944 kerry 0.2.2 Kerry is a KDE frontend for the Beagle desktop search daemon.
945 kexec-tools 2.0.7 Soft-Reboot and Crash-Dump Analysis for Linux and Xen
946 keyutils 1.5.5 Keyutils is a set of utilities for managing the key retention facility in the kernel, which can be used by filesystems, block devices and more to gain and retain the authorization and encryption keys required to perform secure operations.
947 kimchi 2.2.0 Kimchi is an HTML5 based management tool for KVM. It is designed to make it as easy as possible to get started with KVM virtualization and create your first guest.
948 kinput2 3.1 Kinput2 is an X window application to input Japanese text. It acts as a front-end for other applications that want kana-kanji conversion. When invoked, after some initialization (which will take about a few to 30 seconds depending on your machine) kinput2 waits quietly for a Japanese text input request from another client (i.e. no windows appear). When kinput2 receives a request, it pops up a window and starts conversion process. It sends the converted text back to the client when the text is fixed. Kinput2 has some big improvements over its predecessor, kinput, which was contributed to X11R4.
949 kinternet SUSE BROKEN – SuSE internet connect tool
950 kio_beagle 0.4.0 A KIO slave for Beagle that allows a user to use Beagle in Konqueror, the open_file dialog box, or the Alt-F2 command line. This is an initial version and supports basic querying.
951 kio_ipodslave 0.6.1 This ioslave enables KIO aware linux apps like konqueror or amarok to access the Music stored on an Apple iPod. It further allows you to organize playlists and uploading tracks.
952 kio_slp SUSE BROKEN – With kio_slp, browse your SLP (Service Location Protocol) network, redirect to the real services, or view the service attributes. Enter “service:/” in Konqueror to browse your network. Use “slp:/” to browse only SLP announcements and view the attributes. Use “mdns:/” to browse only multicast DNS announcements and view the attributes.
953 kiosktool 0.9 A Point&Click tool for system administrators to enable KDE’s KIOSK features or otherwise preconfigure KDE for groups of users.
954 klibc 1.5 In computing, klibc is a minimalistic subset of the standard C library developed by H. Peter Anvin. It was developed mainly to be used during the Linux startup process, and it is part of the early user space, i.e. components used during kernel startup, but which do not run in kernel mode.[1] These components do not have access to the standard library (usually glibc) used by normal userspace programs. The development of klibc library was part of the 2002 effort to move some Linux initialization code out of the kernel.[2][3][4] According to its documentation, the klibc library is optimized for correctness and small size.[1] Because of its design, klibc is also technically suitable for embedded software in general. Unlike many other open source libraries, klibc is licensed under the full GPL license, which (unlike LGPL) imposes itself on any code linked with it. (This only applies to klibc as a whole due to embedding some Linux kernel derived files; most of the library source code is actually[5] available under a BSD licence from UCB or the Historical Permission Notice and Disclaimer.) This may limit its applicability to commercial embedded software.[6] During the Linux startup process, klibc is loaded from within a temporary RAM file system, initramfs. It is incorporated by default into initial RAM file systems that are created by the mkinitramfs script in Debian [7] and Ubuntu. Furthermore it has a set of small Unix utilities that are useful in early user space: cpio, dash, fstype, mkdir, mknod, mount, nfsmount, run-init, etc.
955 klogd Part of sysklogd.
956 km_drbd 8.4.0 Sources for the drbd kernel module used to build SuSE kernels: make -C /usr/src/kernel-modules/drbd -f Makefile.module
957 kmod 14;a=summary Linux kernel module management utilities
958 koffice 2.3.3 Calligra Suite, formerly known as KOffice, is a free open source office suite which is available for Windows, Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X and Haiku.[1] It contains applications for word processing, spreadsheets, presentation, databases, vector graphics and digital painting. Calligra uses the OpenDocument format as its default file format and can import other formats, such as Microsoft Office formats. Calligra relies on KDE technology and is often used in combination with the KDE Software Compilation.
959 kombu 3.0.14 The aim of Kombu is to make messaging in Python as easy as possible by providing an idiomatic high-level interface for the AMQ protocol, and also provide proven and tested solutions to common messaging problems.
960 ko-nanumfonts 3.10.0 Korean fonts released by Naver Inc. under OFL : NanumGothic (regular, bold), NanumMyeongjo (regular, bold)
961 konkretcmpi 0.9.2 KonkretCMPI makes CMPI provider development easier by generating type-safe concrete CIM interfaces from MOF definitions and by providing default implementations for many of the provider operations.
962 kpowersave 0.15.20 KPowersave is a utility used to set power consumption and conservation options.
963 krb5 1.15 Kerberos is a network authentication protocol. It is designed to provide strong authentication for client/server applications by using secret-key cryptography. A free implementation of this protocol is available from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Kerberos is available in many commercial products as well.
964 krb5-appl 1.0.2 Kerberos-aware versions of telnet, ftp, rsh, and rlogin
965 krb5-auth-dialog 3.2.1 The krb5-auth-dialog application will periodically check (every 30 seconds) if the user has Kerberos credentials, and if so, if they will expire soon (in less than 30 minutes). If it determines that this is the case, krb5-auth-dialog will attempt to obtain fresh credentials, prompting the user for whatever information is necessary.
966 kscpm SUSE n/a This package adds KDE support for the profile manager SCPM. It contains a kicker applet for choosing a destination profile. By default, it uses SUMF to perform the profile switch, but it can be configured to execute an arbitrary command.
967 ksh 20120801 Public domain Korn shell
968 ksymoops 2.4.11 The Linux kernel produces error messages that contain machine specific numbers that are meaningless for debugging. The ksymoops utility reads machine specific files and the error log and converts the addresses to meaningful symbols and offsets.
969 kubernetes 1.4.6 Container cluster management
970 kudzu 1.2.86 The Red Hat Linux hardware probing tool. This is a hardware probing tool run at system boot time to determine what hardware has been added or removed from the system.
971 kvm 2.6.22 KVM (for Kernel-based Virtual Machine) is a full virtualization solution for Linux on x86 hardware containing virtualization extensions (Intel VT or AMD-V). It consists of a loadable kernel module, kvm.ko, that provides the core virtualization infrastructure and a processor specific module, kvm-intel.ko or kvm-amd.ko. KVM also requires a modified QEMU although work is underway to get the required changes upstream.
972 lam 7.1.3 LAM/MPI is an implementation of the Message Passing Interface (MPI) parallel standard that is especially friendly to clusters. It includes a persistent runtime environment for parallel programs, support for all of MPI-1, and a good chunk of MPI-2, such as all of the dynamic functions, C bindings, one-way communication and MPI-IO.
973 langtable 0.0.34 langtable is used to guess reasonable defaults for locale, keyboard layout, territory, and language, if part of that information is already known. For example, guess the territory and the keyboard layout if the language is known or guess the language and keyboard layout if the territory is already known.
974 lapack 3.4.2 LAPACK is written in Fortran 90 and provides routines for solving systems of simultaneous linear equations, least-squares solutions of linear systems of equations, eigenvalue problems, and singular value problems. The associated matrix factorizations (LU, Cholesky, QR, SVD, Schur, generalized Schur) are also provided, as are related computations such as reordering of the Schur factorizations and estimating condition numbers. Dense and banded matrices are handled, but not general sparse matrices. In all areas, similar functionality is provided for real and complex matrices, in both single and double precision.
975 laptop-mode-tools 1.59 Linux kernel laptop_mode user-space utilities
976 latex-ucs 20041017 This package provides support for using UTF-8 as input encoding in LaTeX documents
977 latrace 0.5.11 LD_AUDIT feature frontend for glibc 2.4+
978 laus SUSE This package includes all user space utilities needed for handling the Linux Audit-Subsystem (LAuS).
979 lazr.restfulclient 0.13.3 A programmable client library that takes advantage of the commonalities among lazr.restful web services to provide added functionality on top of wadllib.
980 lazr.uri 1.0.3 A self-contained, easily reusable library for parsing, manipulating, and generating URIs.
981 lcms 2.2 Linux color management has the same goal as the color management systems (CMS) for other operating systems: to achieve the best possible color reproduction throughout an imaging workflow from its source (camera, video, scanner), onto imaging software (CinePaint, Digikam, GIMP, Krita, Scribus …) and finally its output (monitor, video projector, printer…). In particular, color management attempts to support WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) on-screen previewing (soft-proofing) ability for color work such as retouching prior to printing. Note that in practice, best is determined according to some algorithm and may not correspond well to what a human eye would consider best.
982 lcms2 2.5 Little CMS intends to be an OPEN SOURCE small-footprint color management engine, with special focus on accuracy and performance.
983 ldapcpplib 2.4.26 This package contains files needed for development with the LDAP C++ library
984 ldapjdk 4.18 The Mozilla LDAP SDKs enable you to write applications which access, manage, and update the information stored in an LDAP directory.
985 ldapsmb 3.6.1 This tool aims to simplify the administration of a Samba Domain Controller that uses the ldapsam passdb backend.
986 less 458 Less is a program similar to more (1), but which allows backward movement in the file as well as forward movement. Also, less does not have to read the entire input file before starting, so with large input files it starts up faster than text editors like vi (1). Less uses termcap (or terminfo on some systems), so it can run on a variety of terminals. There is even limited support for hardcopy terminals. (On a hardcopy terminal, lines which should be printed at the top of the screen are prefixed with a caret.)
987 leveldb 0.0.1 A fast and lightweight key/value database library by Google.
988 lftp 4.3.8 Sophisticated command-line FTP/HTTP client programs Lftp is a file retrieving tool that supports FTP and HTTP protocols under both IPv4 and IPv6. Lftp has an amazing set of features, while preserving its interface as simple and easy as possible. The main two advantages over other ftp clients are reliability and ability to perform tasks in background. It will reconnect and reget the file being transferred if the connection broke. You can start a transfer in background and continue browsing on the ftp site. It does this all in one process. When you have started background jobs and feel you are done, you can just exit lftp and it automatically moves to nohup mode and completes the transfers. It has also such nice features as reput and mirror. It can also download a file as soon as possible by using several connections at the same time. Lftp can also be scriptable, it can be used to mirror sites, it let you copy files among remote servers (even between FTP and HTTP). It has an extensive online help. It supports bookmarks, and connecting to several ftp/http sites at the same time. This package also includes lftpget – A simple non-interactive tool for downloading files.
989 lha 114i LHA is an archiving and compression utility for LHarc format archives. LHA is mostly used in the DOS world, but can be used under Linux to extract DOS files from LHA archives. Install the lha package if you need to extract DOS files from LHA archives.
990 libaal 1.0.5 Libaal is an application abstraction library that is required by Reiser4.
991 libacl Part of package acl.
992 libaio 0.3.109 Libaio is an event-driven programming environment intended for modern CMPs. The interface to the library, although similar to some existing event-driven libraries, is new, relatively untried, and still a work in progress. The author is less than fond of continuation-passing style (aka: event-driven style) as a programming model for end users and hopes eventually to develop a source-to-source compiler in the spirit of Tame to ease the task of programming with events. Unlike the SMP version of libasync, libaio makes concurrency explicit through barriers and locks and sports a variety of more sophisticated schedulers.
993 libao 1.1.0 Libao is a cross platform audio output library. It currently supports ESD, OSS, Solaris, and IRIX.
994 libapparmor SUSE AppArmor is a MAC (Mandatory Access Control) system, implemented upon LSM (Linux Security Modules).
995 libappstream-glib 0.5.1 This library provides GObjects and helper methods to make it easy to read and write AppStream metadata. It also provides a simple DOM implementation that makes it easy to edit nodes and convert to and from the standardized XML representation.
996 libapr0 0.9.20 Apache portable runtime.
997 libarchive 3.1.2 The bsdcpio package contains standalone bsdcpio utility split off regular libarchive packages.
998 libart_lgpl 2.3.21 Graphics routines used by the GnomeCanvas widget and some other applications. libart renders vector paths and the like.
999 libassuan 2.1.0 The Libassuan package contains an IPC library used by some of the other GnuPG related packages. Libassuan’s primary use is to allow a client to interact with a non-persistent server. Libassuan is not, however, limited to use with GnuPG servers and clients. It was designed to be flexible enough to meet the demands of many transaction based environments with non-persistent servers.
1000 libasyncns 0.8 libasyncns is a C library for asynchronous name queries. It is an asynchronous wrapper around the libc’s synchronous getaddrinfo() API.
1001 libatasmart 0.19;a=summary ATA S.M.A.R.T. Disk Health Monitoring Library
1002 libattr 2.4.97 Commands for Manipulating Filesystem Extended Attributes. Same as attr.
1003 libavc1394 0.5.4 libavc1394 is a programming interface for the 1394 Trade Association AV/C (Audio/Video Control) Digital Interface Command Set. It allows you to remote control camcorders and similar devices connected to your computer via an IEEE 1394 (aka Firewire) link.
1004 libbonobo 2.32.1 Bonobo is a library that provides the necessary framework for GNOME applications to deal with compound documents, i.e. those with a spreadsheet and graphic embedded in a word-processing document. This package contains various needed modules and files for bonobo 2 to operate.
1005 libbonoboui 2.24.5 Bonobo is a library that provides the necessary framework for GNOME applications to deal with compound documents, i.e. those with a spreadsheet and graphic embedded in a word-processing document. This package contains various needed modules and files for bonobo 2 to operate.
1006 libbtctl 0.11.1 The core of GNOME Bluetooth is two packages: gnome-bluetooth, which provides desktop level support for Bluetooth devices, and libbtctl, which provides a GLib style library of application support for accessing Bluetooth under Linux.
1007 libcap 2.22 libcap is a library for getting and setting POSIX.1e (formerly POSIX 6) draft 15 capabilities.
1008 libcap-ng 0.7.3 An alternate posix capabilities library
1009 libcddb 1.3.2 Libcddb is a library that implements the different protocols (CDDBP, HTTP) to access data on a CDDB server ( It tries to be as cross-platform as possible. The initial libary will have a C API.
1010 libcdio 0.83 The Compact Disc Input and Control Library (libcdio) encapsulates CD-ROM reading and control. The libcdio package contains a library which encapsulates CD-ROM reading and control. Applications wishing to be oblivious of the OS- and device-dependent properties of a CD-ROM can use this library.
1011 libcgroup 0.41 Library to control and monitor control groups
1012 libchewing 0.3.3 An Intelligent Chinese Phonetic Input Method for UNIX.
1013 libchrome 125070 Chrome base/ library extracted for use on Chrome OS
1014 libcomps 0.1.4 Comps XML file manipulation library.
1015 libcroco 0.6.8 The Libcroco project is an effort to build a generic Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) parsing and manipulation toolkit that can be used by GNOME applications in need of CSS support.
1016 libcxgb3 1.3.1 Userspace hardware driver for use with the libibverbs InfiniBand/iWARP verbs library. This driver enables Chelsio iWARP capable ethernet devices.
1017 libdaemon 0.14 libdaemon is a lightweight C library that eases the process of writing UNIX daemons. It contains a daemonizing fork() wrapper, a powerful syslog() wrapper, PID file management, and signal serialization.
1018 libdbi-drivers 0.8.3-1 order to utilize the libdbi framework, you need to install drivers for a particular type of database. The drivers officially supported by libdbi are split off into the libdbi-drivers project.
1019 libdc1394 2.1.4 libdc1394 is a library that provides a complete high level application programming interface (API) for developers who wish to control IEEE 1394 based cameras that conform to the 1394-based Digital Camera Specifications (also known as the IIDC or DCAM Specifications). The library currently works on Linux, Mac OSX and (soon) Windows.
1020 libdeltacloud 0.9 C interface to Deltacloud
1021 libdhcp 1.99.8 libdhcp was originally supposed to be a replacement for libpump. libpump was the only thing still being built out of the pump package before libdhcp came along. libdhcp was to give us a library capable of DHCP and DHCPv6 as well as manual interface configuration (which is what pump did).
1022 libdivsufsort 2.0.1 library to construct the suffix array and the Burrows-Wheeler transformed string
1023 libdmx 1.1.2 libdmx is an interface to the DMX extension for X, which allows a single server to be set up as a proxy spanning multiple servers — not unlike Xinerama across discrete physical machines. It can be reconfigured on the fly to change the layout, and it is presented as a single logical display to clients.
1024 libdrm 2.4.56 libdrm provides core library routines for the X Window System to directly interface with video hardware using the Linux kernel’s Direct Rendering Modules. \
1025 libdv 1.0.0 The Quasar DV codec (libdv) is a software codec for DV video, the encoding format used by most digital camcorders, typically those that support the IEEE 1394 (a.k.a. FireWire or i.Link) interface. Libdv was developed according to the official standards for DV video: IEC 61834 and SMPTE 314M.
1026 libdwarf 20160613 git:// Library to access the DWARF debugging file format which supports source level debugging of a number of procedural languages, such as C, C++, and Fortran. Please see for DWARF specification.
1027 libecap 0.2.0 eCAP is a software interface that allows a network application, such as an HTTP proxy or an ICAP server, to outsource content analysis and adaptation to a loadable module.
1028 libedit 3.1 This Berkeley-style licensed command line editor library provides generic line editing, history, and tokenization functions, similar to those found in GNU Readline.
1029 libee 0.4.1 Event expression library.
1030 libehca 1.2.2-0.1.g69e1a88 libehca is a userspace driver for IBM InfiniBand HCAs (ehca). It works as a plug-in module for libibverbs that allows programs to use IBM InfiniBand HCAs hardware directly from userspace.
1031 libelf 0.8.13 The libelf package contains a library for accessing ELF object files. Libelf allows you to access the internals of the ELF object file format, so you can see the different sections of an ELF file.
1032 libept 1.0.12 libept is a C++ library suitable for both CLI and GUI programs, and it supports Debtags metadata. It is the package-management engine behind adept and goplay.
1033 libestr 0.1.9 This package compiles the string handling essentials library used by the Rsyslog daemon.
1034 libev 4.19 Libev is modeled (very loosely) after libevent and the Event Perl module, but is faster, scales better and is more correct, and also more featureful. And also smaller.
1035 libevdev 0.0.1 evdev userspace library
1036 libevent 2.0.21 The libevent API provides a mechanism to execute a callback function when a specific event occurs on a file descriptor or after a timeout has been reached. Furthermore, libevent also support callbacks due to signals or regular timeouts. libevent is meant to replace the event loop found in event driven network servers. An application just needs to call event_dispatch() and then add or remove events dynamically without having to change the event loop. Currently, libevent supports /dev/poll, kqueue(2), event ports, select(2), poll(2) and epoll(4). The internal event mechanism is completely independent of the exposed event API, and a simple update of libevent can provide new functionality without having to redesign the applications. As a result, Libevent allows for portable application development and provides the most scalable event notification mechanism available on an operating system. Libevent can also be used for multi-threaded applications; see Steven Grimm’s explanation. Libevent should compile on Linux, *BSD, Mac OS X, Solaris and Windows
1037 libexif 0.6.21 The libexif project maintains these five software packages:
?libexif, the EXIF parsing library.
?exif, the simple command line interface to libexif.
?libexif-gtk, the library of GTK+ based graphical user interface elements for libexif.
?gexif, the GTK+ based GUI interface to libexif-gtk.
?libexif-testsuite, a harness for regression testing of libexif and exif.
1038 libf2c 20051004 This package contains Fortran 77 shared library which is needed to run Fortran 77 3.1 dynamically linked programs.
1039 libffi 3.0.13 git clone external foreign function interface library
1040 libflaim SUSE FLAIM is an embeddable cross-platform database engine that provides a rich, powerful, easy-to-use feature set. It is the database engine used by Novell eDirectory. It has proven to be highly scalable, reliable, and robust. It is available on a wide variety of 32 bit and 64 bit platforms.
1041 libfontenc 1.1.1 libfontenc is a library which helps font libraries portably determine and deal with different encodings of fonts.
1042 libfprint 0.6.0 libfprint offers support for consumer fingerprint reader devices.
1043 libFS 1.0.4 libFS, the Font Services library, provides various functions useful to X11 font servers, and clients connecting to font servers. It is not used outside of these implementations.
1044 libgail-gnome 1.20.3 The libgail-gnome package contains the GNOME Accessibility Implementation library additions which implement ATK interfaces for libbonoboui and libgnomeui widgets.
1045 libgal2 2.2.3 The GNOME Application Library.
1046 libgcc 4.6.1 Some GCC version 3.0 and later compiled libraries and/or binaries need this shared support library.
1047 libgcj 4.6.1 The libgcj package includes the Java runtime library, which is needed to run Java programs compiled using the gcc Java compiler (gcj).
1048 libgconf-java 2.12.6 This package provides headers, library symlinks and pkg-config file of the Java bindings for GConf.
1049 libgcrypt 1.5.3 This is a general purpose cryptographic library based on the code from GnuPG. It provides functions for all cryptograhic building blocks: symmetric ciphers (AES, DES, Blowfish, CAST5, Twofish, Arcfour), hash algorithms (MD4, MD5, RIPE-MD160, SHA-1, TIGER-192), MACs (HMAC for all hash algorithms), public key algorithms (RSA, ElGamal, DSA), large integer functions, random numbers and a lot of supporting functions.
1050 libgda 4.2.13 GNU Data Access is an attempt to provide uniform access to different kinds of data sources (databases, information servers, mail spools, etc). It is a complete architecture that provides all you need toaccess your data. libgda was part of the GNOME-DB project( projects/gnome-db), but has beenseparated from it to allow non-GNOME applications to be developed based on it.
1051 libgdiplus 2.10 Libgdiplus is the Mono library that provide a GDI+ comptible API on non-Windows operating systems. Our implementation uses Cairo ( to do most of the heavy lifting.
1052 libgfortran 4.6.1 This package contains Fortran 95 shared library which is needed to run Fortran 95 dynamically linked programs.
1053 libghttp 1.0.9 The GNOME library for making HTTP 1.1 requests.
1054 libgimpprint GIMP printing library. Part of package gimp-print.
1055 libglade2 2.6.4 This library allows to load externally stored user interfaces into programs. This allows alteration of the interface without recompilation of the program.
1056 libglade-java 2.12.8 Java bindings for Glade.
1057 libgnome 2.32.1 GNOME (GNU Network Object Model Environment) is a user-friendly set of GUI applications and desktop tools to be used in conjunction with a window manager for the X Window System. The libgnome package includes non-GUI-related libraries that are needed to run GNOME. The libgnomeui package contains X11-dependent GNOME library features.
1058 libgnomecanvas 2.30.3 The canvas widget allows you to create custom displays using stock items such as circles, lines, text, and so on. It was originally a port of the Tk canvas widget but has evolved quite a bit over time.
1059 libgnomecups 0.2.3 The libgnomecups package contains a library used to wrap the CUPS API in a GLib fashion, so CUPS code can be cleanly integrated with GLib code.
1060 libgnomedb 4.2.0 data-bound UI library, based on libgda.
1061 libgnome-java 2.12.7 This package provides the API documentation of the Java bindings for GNOME.
1062 libgnome-keyring 3.12.0 gnome-keyring is a program that keep password and other secrets for users. The library libgnome-keyring is used by applications to integrate with the gnome-keyring system.
1063 libgnomeprint 2.18.8 This is an implementation of the Gnome Printing Architecture, asdescribed in:
1064 libgnomeprintui 2.18.6 This is an implementation of the Gnome Printing Architecture, as described in:
1065 libgnomesu 1.0.0 A library which allows you to run programs as root or another user.
1066 libgnomeui 2.24.5 GNOME (GNU Network Object Model Environment) is a user-friendly set of GUI applications and desktop tools to be used in conjunction with a window manager for the X Window System. The lib gnomeui packageincludes GUI-related libraries that are needed to run GNOME. (The libgnome package includes the library features that do not use the X Window System.)
1067 libgpg-error 1.10 bgpg-error is a small library that defines common error values for all GnuPG components. Among these are GPG, GPGSM, GPGME, GPG-Agent, libgcrypt, Libksba, DirMngr, Pinentry, SmartCard Daemon and possibly more in the future.
1068 libgpg-error-nld 0.7 This is libgpg-error-0.7.tar.gz in a special configuration for the Novell Linux Desktop. Same as libgpg-error.
1069 libgphoto2 2.5.0
1070 libgpod 0.8.2 libgpod is a shared library, written using C and GLib/GObject, used by gtkpod to access the contents of an iPod.
1071 libgsf 1.14.24 A library for reading and writing structured files (eg MS OLE and Zip).
1072 libgssapi 0.11 This library exports a gssapi interface, but doesn’t implement any gssapi mechanisms itself; instead it calls gssapi routines in other libraries, depending on the mechanism.
1073 libgssglue 0.4.1 gssapi ibrary that interfaces other GSSAPI implementations.
1074 libgsystem 2015.2 LibGSystem is a GIO-based library targeted primarily for use by operating system components.
1075 libgtk-java 2.10.2 Java-GNOME is a set of Java bindings for GNOME and GTK libraries, so GNOME applications can be written in Java.
1076 libgtop2 2.28.4 LibGTop is a library that fetches information about the runningsystem such as CPU and memory usage, active processes and more. On Linux systems, this information is taken directly from the /proc filesystem while on other systems a server is used to read that information from other /dev/kmem, among others.
1077 libgudev 230 This library provides GObject bindings for libudev. It was originally part of udev-extras, then udev, then systemd. It’s now a project on its own.
1078 libguestfs 1.28.1 Access and modify virtual machine disk images
1079 libhangul 0.0.10 libhangul is a generalized and portable library for processing hangul.
1080 libhardware 2.3.5r1 Hardware Abstraction library
1081 libhbaapi 2.2.9 SNIA HBAAPI library
1082 libhbalinux 1.0.16 FC-HBAAPI implementation using scsi_transport_fc interfaces
1083 libhif 0.2.1 This library provides a simple interface to hawkey and librepo and is currently used by PackageKit and rpm-ostree.
1084 libhugetlbfs 2.13 libhugetlbfs is a library which provides easy access to huge pages of memory. It is a wrapper for the hugetlbfs file system. Applications can use huge pages to fulfill malloc() requests without being recompiled by using LD_PRELOAD. Alternatively, applications can be linked against libhugetlbfs without source modifications to load text or BSS or BSS, data, and text segments into large pages. The library also comes with several userspace tools to help with huge page usability, environment setup, and control.
1085 libibcm 1.0.5 libibcm provides a userspace InfiniBand Communication Managment library.
1086 libibcommon 1.2.0 libibcommon provides common utility functions for the OFA diagnostic and management tools.
1087 libibmad 1.3.8 Low layer Infiniband diagnostic and management programs
1088 libibumad 1.3.9 libibumad provides the user MAD library functions which sit on top of the user MAD modules in the kernel. These are used by the IB diagnostic and management tools, including OpenSM.
1089 libibverbs 1.1.8 libibverbs is a library that allows userspace processes to use InfiniBand “verbs” as described in the InfiniBand Architecture Specification.
1090 libica 2.1.1 Interface library routines used by IBM modules to interface to the IBM eServer Cryptographic Accelerator (ICA).
1091 libICE 1.0.8 libICE runtime library.
1092 libid3tag 0.15.1b MAD (MPEG Audio Decoder)
1093 libIDL 0.8.14 libIDL is a library for parsing IDL (Interface Definition Language). It can be used for both COM-style and CORBA-style IDL.
1094 libidn 1.28 GNU Libidn is a fully documented implementation of the Stringprep, Punycode and IDNA specifications. Libidn’s purpose is to encode and decode internationalized domain names. The native C, C# and Java libraries are available under the GNU Lesser General Public License version 2.1 or later.
1095 libidn2 0.1 Libidn2 is an implementation of the IDNA2008 specifications in RFC 5890, 5891, 5892 and 5893 for internationalized domain names (IDN). It is a standalone library, without any dependency on libidn.
1096 libiec61883 1.2.0 The libiec61883 library provides an higher level API for streaming DV, MPEG-2 and audio over IEEE1394. Based on the libraw1394 isochronous functionality, this library acts as a filter that accepts DV-frames, MPEG-2 frames or audio samples from the application and breaks these down to isochronous packets, which are transmitted using libraw1394.
1097 libieee1284 3.1 libieee1284 is a cross-platform library for parallel port access
1098 libipathverbs 1.2 libipathverbs provides a device-specific userspace driver for PathScale HCAs.
1099 libipoddevice 0.5.3 libipoddevice is a device-specific layer for the Apple iPod ( libipoddevice provides iPod-specific HAL event notification to applications, and along with objects representing an iPod, which gives the application access to properties and features of an iPod.
1100 libiscsi 1.9.0 Libiscsi is a client-side library to implement the iSCSI protocol that can be used to access the resources of an iSCSI target.
1101 libiterm 0.5 BROKEN – libiterm is the next generation, platform-independent framework for making Internationalized Virtual Terminal Emulator. Implementing the platform-dependent part of this framework, you can easily build internationalized virtual terminal/widget.
1102 libjpeg 8c The libjpeg package contains a library of functions for manipulating JPEG images, as well as simple client programs for accessing the libjpeg functions. Libjpeg client programs include cjpeg, djpeg,jpegtran, rdjpgcom and wrjpgcom. Cjpeg compresses an image file into JPEG format. Djpeg decompresses a JPEG file into a regular image file. Jpegtran can perform various useful transformations on JPEGfiles. Rdjpgcom displays any text comments included in a JPEG file. Wrjpgcom inserts text comments into a JPEG file.
1103 libjpeg-turbo 1.3.0 libjpeg-turbo is a JPEG image codec that uses SIMD instructions (MMX, SSE2, NEON) to accelerate baseline JPEG compression and decompression on x86, x86-64, and ARM systems.
1104 libkexif 0.2.5 Most digital cameras produce EXIF files, which are JPEG files with extra tags that contain information about the image. The EXIF library allows you to parse an EXIF file and read the data from those tags. This library does not contain any documentation, but it seems to make the connection between libexif, the core library for EXIF, and GTK-based graphical frontends.
1105 libkipi 4.9.2 Libkipi is a library
o that contains common routines and widget used by kipi-plugins
o to ease implementation of the kipi-plugins interface in an application
that wants to use kipi-plugins
1106 libksba 1.2.0 Libksba is a library to make the tasks of working with X.509 certificates, CMS data and related objects more easy. It provides a highlevel interface to the implemented protocols and presents the data in a consistent way. There is no more need to worry about all the nasty details of the protocols. The API gives the C programmer an easy way of interacting with the data. It copes with the version details X.509 protocols tend to have as well as with the many different versions and dialects. Applications must usually cope with all of this and it has to be coded over and over again. Libksba hides this by providing just one API which does the Right Thing. Support for new features will be added as needed.
1107 liblcms 2.2 lcms is a standalone CMM engine, which deals with the color management. It implements a fast transformation between ICC profiles. The intention of it is to be portable across several platforms. This package contains additional utilities(jpegicc and tifficc) which comes with lcms.
1108 libldb 1.1.9 Schema-less LDAP-like database
1109 liblognorm 0.3.5 Library for normalizing log information.
1110 libmcrypt 2.5.8 The companion to MCrypt is Libmcrypt, which contains the actual encryption functions themselves, and provides a standardized mechanism for accessing them.
1111 libmemcached 1.0.8 Client library and command line tools for memcached server
1112 libmetalink 0.1.3 libmetalink is a Metalink C library. It adds Metalink functionality such as parsing Metalink XML files to programs written in C.
1113 libmicrohttpd 0.9.27 GNU libmicrohttpd is a small C library that is supposed to make it easy to run an HTTP server as part of another application.
1114 libmlx4 1.0.6 libmlx4 provides a device-specific userspace driver for Mellanox ConnectX HCAs for use with the libibverbs library.
1115 libmng 1.0.10 LibMNG is a library for accessing graphics in MNG (Multi-image Network Graphics) and JNG (JPEG Network Graphics) formats. MNG graphics are basically animated PNGs. JNG graphics are basically JPEG streams integrated into a PNG chunk.
1116 libmnl 1.0.3 libmnl is a minimalistic user-space library oriented to Netlink developers. There are a lot of common tasks in parsing, validating, constructing of both the Netlink header and TLVs that are repetitive and easy to get wrong. This library aims to provide simple helpers that allows you to re-use code and to avoid re-inventing the wheel.
1117 libmodman 2.0.1 libmodman is a simple library for managing C++ modules (plug-ins).
1118 libmpc 1.0.2 compat/bootstrap mpc-0.9 library.
1119 libmthca 1.0.6 Mellanox hardware driver for use with libibverbs user space verbs access library. This driver supports Mellanox based Single Data Rate and Dual Data Rate cards, including those from Cisco, Topspin, and Voltaire. It does not support the Connect-X architecture based Quad Data Rate cards (libmlx4 handles that hardware).
1120 libmtp 0.0.1 An implementation of Microsoft’s Media Transfer Protocol (MTP).
1121 libmudflap 4.6.1 This package contains GCC shared support library which is needed for mudflap support.
1122 libmusicbrainz 3.0.3 e libmusicbrainz (also known as mb_client or MusicBrainz Client Library) is a development library geared towards developers who wish to add MusicBrainz lookup capabilities to their applications. If you are looking for a complete, usable program to run, please try out Picard.
1123 libndp 1.6 This package contains a library which provides a wrapper for IPv6 Neighbor Discovery Protocol. It also provides a tool named ndptool for sending and receiving NDP messages.
1124 libnes 1.1.3 Userspace hardware driver for use with the libibverbs InfiniBand/iWARP verbs library. This driver enables NetEffect iWARP capable ethernet devices.
1125 libnet 1.1.6 Allows low-level manipulation of TCP/IP headers that is impossible for normal programs. Key point: Most programs go through a high-level interface (like sockets) in order to send traffic on the network. Sometimes, for security or hacking reasons, a program needs to construct its own network headers. The existing TCP/IP stack is unable to build these headers, so you must bypass it and go directly to the hardware drivers. Libnet is a library that makes custom packet generation easier. Misunderstanding: Some people believe that libnet will not work on Win95 or WinNT because these systems do not support raw sockets. This is false — libnet has been widely used on these platforms.
1126 libnetfilter_conntrack 1.0.4 libnetfilter_conntrack is a userspace library providing a programming interface (API) to the in-kernel connection tracking state table.
1127 libnetfilter_cthelper 1.0.0 libnetfilter_cthelper is the userspace library that provides the programming interface to the user-space helper infrastructure available since Linux kernel 3.6. With this library, you register, configure, enable and disable user-space helpers. This library is used by conntrack-tools.
1128 libnetfilter_cttimeout 1.0.0 ibnetfilter_cttimeout is the userspace library that provides the programming interface to the fine-grain connection tracking timeout infrastructure. With this library, you can create, update and delete timeout policies that can be attached to traffic flows. This library is used by conntrack-tools.
1129 libnetfilter_queue 1.0.2 libnetfilter_queue is a userspace library providing an API to packets that have been queued by the kernel packet filter. It is is part of a system that deprecates the old ip_queue / libipq mechanism.
1130 libnetpbm n/a libnetpbm is a C programming library for reading, writing, and manipulating Netpbm images. It also contains a few general graphics manipulation tools, but it is not intended to be a graphics tools library. For graphics tools, Netpbm expects you to run the Netpbm programs. From a C program, the libnetpbm function pm_system() makes this easy. However, since it creates a process and execs a program, this may be too heavyweight for some applications.
1131 libnfnetlink 1.0.1 libnfnetlink is a userspace library that provides some low-level nfnetlink handling functions. It is used as a foundation for other, netfilter subsystem specific libraries such as libnfnetlink_conntrack, libnfnetlink_log and libnfnetlink_queue.
1132 libnfsidmap 0.26 Library that handles mapping between names and ids for NFSv4.
1133 libnjb 2.2.7 This package provides a software library for communicating with the Creative Nomad Jukebox line of MP3 players.
1134 libnl 3.2.1 This package contains a convenience library to simplify using the Linux kernel’s netlink sockets interface for network manipulation.
1135 libnl3 3.2.7 Convenience library for kernel netlink sockets
1136 libnotify 0.7.5 libnotify is an implementation of the desktop notification specification.
1137 libnscd 2.0.2 This library provides an interface for applications to NSCD (Name Service Cache Daemon) and allowsthose applications, to flushthe cache for special services, if they have the necessary permissions.
1138 libobjc 4.6.1 This package contains Objective-C shared library which is needed to run Objective-C dynamically linked programs.
1139 libogg 1.3.0 Libogg is a library for manipulating Ogg bitstream file formats. Libogg supports both making Ogg bitstreams and getting packets from Ogg bitstreams.
1140 liboil 0.3.16 Liboil is a library of simple functions that are optimized for various CPUs. These functions are generally loops implementing simple algorithms, such as converting an array of N integers to floating-poing numbers or multiplying and summing an array of N numbers. Clearly such functions are candidates for significant optimization using various techniques, especially by using extended instructions provided by modern CPUs (Altivec, MMX, SSE, etc.).
1141 libopencdk 0.6.6 opencdk library provides basic parts of the OpenPGP message format. You will need to install this package if you want to develop or compile any applications/libraries that use opencdk.
1142 libopensync 0.22 OpenSync is a synchronization framework that is platform and distribution independent. It consists of several plug-ins that can be used to connect to devices, a powerful sync engine, and the framework itself. The synchronization framework is kept very flexible and is capable of synchronizing any type of data, including contacts, calendar, tasks, notes, and files.
1143 libosinfo 0.3.1 libosinfo is a GObject based library API for managing information aboutoperating systems, hypervisors and the (virtual) hardware devices they can support.
1144 libotf 0.9.12 The library “libotf” provides the following facilites.

Read Open Type Layout Tables from OTF file. Currently these tables are supported; head, name, cmap, GDEF, GSUB, and GPOS.
Convert a Unicode character sequence to a glyph code sequence by using the above tables.

1145 libpcap 1.5.3 Libpcap provides a portable framework for low-level network monitoring. Libpcap can provide network statistics collection, security monitoring and network debugging. Since almost every system vendor provides a different interface for packet capture, the libpcap authors created this system-independent API to ease in porting and to alleviate the need for several system-dependent packet capture modules in each application. Install libpcap if you need to do low-level network traffic monitoring on your network.
1146 libpciaccess 0.13.1 Generic PCI access library.
1147 libpfm 4.4.0 This package contains a library to develop performance monitoring applications using the Performance Monitor Unit (PMU) available on various processors.
1148 libpipeline 1.2.3 libpipeline is a C library for manipulating pipelines of subprocesses in a flexible and convenient way.
1149 libpixman 0.23.8 libpixman is a merge of libpixregion and libic.
1150 libpng 1.5.13 The libpng package contains a library of functions for creating and manipulating PNG (Portable Network Graphics) image format files. PNG is a bit-mapped graphics format similar to the GIF format. PNG was created to replace the GIF format, since GIF uses a patented data compression algorithm.
1151 libproxy 0.4.11 libproxy offers the following features: * extremely small core footprint (< 35K) * no external dependencies within libproxy core (libproxy plugins may have dependencies) * only 3 functions in the stable external API * dynamic adjustment to changing network topology * a standard way of dealing with proxy settings across all scenarios * a sublime sense of joy and accomplishment
1152 libpthread-stubs 0.1 Pthread functions stubs for platforms missing them
1153 libpurple 2.7.11 Instant messaging protocol library
1154 libpwquality 1.2.3 Common functions for password quality checking.
1155 libqb 0.17.1 High performance IPC library
1156 libraw1394 2.1.0 libraw1394 provides direct access to the IEEE 1394 bus through the Linux 1394 subsystem’s raw1394 user space interface.
1157 librdmacm librdmacm provides a userspace RDMA Communication Managment API.
1158 libredcarpet SUSE Package dependency and conflict resolution library used by Red Carpet. Support for rpm and dpkg.
1159 libreoffice Open source office suite
1160 libreoffice-dictionaries git://, tag libreoffice- LibreOffice dictionary source repository.
1161 libreoffice-help git://, tag libreoffice- LibreOffice help source repository.
1162 libreoffice-main git://, tag libreoffice- LibreOffice main source code repository.
1163 libreoffice-translations git://, tag libreoffice- LibreOffice translations source repository.
1164 librepo 1.4.0 Repodata downloading library.
1165 libreport 2.1.11 Generic library for reporting various problems
1166 libresample 0.0.1 resampling library (see README.chromiumos)
1167 librpcsecgss 0.19 This library implements rpcsec_gss (RFC 2203) which allows secure rpc communication using gss-api security mechanisms.
1168 librsvg2 2.39.0 In simple terms, librsvg is a component used within software applications to enable support for SVG-format scalable graphics. In contrast to raster formats, scalable vector graphics provide users and artists a way to create, view, and provide imagery that is not limited to the pixel or dot density that an output device is capable of.
1169 librtas 1.3.6 The librtas shared library provides userspace with an interface through which certain RTAS calls can be made. The library uses either of the RTAS User Module or the RTAS system call to direct the kernel in making these calls. The librtasevent shared library provides users with a set of definitions and common routines useful in parsing and dumping the contents of RTAS events.
1170 libsamplerate 0.1.8 Secret Rabbit Code (aka libsamplerate) is a Sample Rate Converter for audio. One example of where such a thing would be useful is converting audio from the CD sample rate of 44.1kHz to the 48kHz sample rate used by DAT players.
1171 libscrypt 1.1.6 Scrypt key derivation library
1172 libsdp 1.1.108-0.17 libsdp can be LD_PRELOAD-ed to have a sockets application use InfiniBand Sockets Direct Protocol (SDP) instead of TCP, transparently and without recompiling the application.
1173 libseccomp 2.1.0 The libseccomp library provides and easy to use, platform independent, interface to the Linux Kernel’s syscall filtering mechanism: seccomp.
1174 libsecret 0.10 Library for storing and retrieving passwords and other secrets
1175 libselinux 2.2.2 libselinux is part of the NSA’s security-enhanced Linux package.
1176 libsemanage 2.1.9 Security-enhanced Linux is a feature of the Linux® kernel and a number of utilities with enhanced security functionality designed to add mandatory access controls to Linux. The Security-enhanced Linux kernel contains new architectural components originally developed to improve the security of the Flask operating system. These architectural components provide general support for the enforcement of many kinds of mandatory access control policies, including those based on the concepts of Type Enforcement®, Role-based Access Control, and Multi-level Security. libsemanage provides an API for the manipulation of SELinux binary policies. It is used by checkpolicy (the policy compiler) and similar tools, as well as by programs like load_policy that need to perform specific transformations on binary policies such as customizing policy boolean settings.
1177 libsepol 2.1.9 libsepol provides an API for the manipulation of SELinux binary policies. It is used by checkpolicy (the policy compiler) and similar tools, and programs such as load_policy, which must perform specific transformations on binary policies (for example, customizing policy boolean settings).
1178 libsexy 0.1.11 Graphical widgets for GTK+ 2 applications.
1179 libsigc 2.2 libsigc++ implements a typesafe callback system for standard C++. It allows you to define signals and to connect those signals to any callback function, either global or a member function, regardless of whether it is static or virtual.
1180 libsilc 1.1.10 SILC Client Library libraries for SILC clients.
1181 libSM 1.2.1 X.Org X11 libSM runtime library
1182 libsmbclient 3.6.0 libsmbclient is a library toolset that permits applications to manipulate CIFS/SMB network resources using many of the standards POSIX functions available for manipulating local UNIX/Linux files. It permits much more than just browsing, files can be opened and read or written, permissions changed, file times modified, attributes and ACL’s can be manipulated, and so on. Of course, its functionality includes all the capabilities commonly called browsing.
1183 libsmbios 2.2.28 Libsmbios is a library and utilities that can be used by client programs to get information from standard BIOS tables, such as the SMBIOS table.
1184 libsmi 0.4.8 Libsmi is a C library to access MIB module information through a well defined API that hides the nasty details of locating and parsing SMIv1/v2 MIB modules. This package contains tools to check, dump, and convert MIB definitions and a steadily maintained and revised archive of all IETF and IANA maintained standard MIB modules.
1185 libsndfile 1.0.25 Libsndfile is a C library for reading and writing files containing sampled sound (such as MS Windows WAV and the Apple/SGI AIFF format) through one standard library interface. It is released in source code format under the Gnu Lesser General Public License.
1186 libsolv 0.6.23 git:// libsolv is the currently most powerful library to solve package dependencies on Linux distributions during installation and update. It is the core library on all SUSE based distributions, other Linux distributions are evaluating it or switched already to it.
1187 libsoup 2.46.0 libsoup is an HTTP client/server library for GNOME. It uses GObjects and the glib main loop, to integrate well with GNOME applications, and also has a synchronous API, for use in threaded applications.
1188 libssh 0.7.1 The ssh library was designed to be used by programmers needing a working SSH implementation by the mean of a library. The complete control of the client is made by the programmer. With libssh, you can remotely execute programs, transfer files, use a secure and transparent tunnel for your remote programs. With its Secure FTP implementation, you can play with remote files easily, without third-party programs others than libcrypto (from openssl).
1189 libssh2 1.4.3 libssh2 is a client-side C library implementing the SSH2 protocol.
1190 libssui SUSE n/a This package provides UI for ending the GNOME session and for switching users in a GNOME session.
1191 libstdc++ 4.6.1 The GNU Standard C++ Library v3, or libstdc++-v3. Older snapshots of this library were given the name libstdc++-2.9x up until the release of GCC 3. This is a complete rewrite from the previous libstdc++-v2.
1192 libstorage 0.5.6 Library for storage management. This package is a replacement for yast2-storage-lib, which is already
on the OIN list.
1193 libstoragemgmt 0.0.22 A library that will provide a vendor agnostic open source storage application programming interface (API) for storage arrays.
1194 libstroke 0.5.1 LibStroke is a stroke translation library. Strokes are motions of the mouse that can be interpreted by a program as a command. Strokes are used extensively in CAD programs. I fell in love with them when I was using the CAD tools that use a stroke interface to select tools or perform actions. I wrote this library so that others can see how useful strokes can be and so that more programs take advantage of this extremely natural human-computer interface.
1195 libsvg 1.10.2 libsvg renders SVG documents but cannot render SVG alone. It requires an external rendering engine to be provided via a callback-based interface.
1196 libsvg-cairo 1.10.2 libsvg-cairo provides the ability to render SVG content from files or buffers. All rendering is performed using the cairo rendering library.
1197 libsyncml 0.4.6 SyncML protocol library.
1198 libtabe 0.2.3 libtabe is a library which provides useful Chinese functions/routines that can deal with fundamental elements such as pronunciation(BoPoMoFo), character frequency, word identification, word frequency. It also comes with a large free word database.
1199 libtalloc 2.1.3 A library that implements a hierarchical allocator with destructors.
1200 libtasn1 3.8 Libtasn1 is the ASN.1 library used by GnuTLS, GNU Shishi and some other packages.
1201 libtdb 1.2.10 Trivial Database
1202 libteam 1.24 This package contains a library which is a user-space counterpart for team network driver. It provides an API to control team network devices.
1203 libtermcap 2.0.8 This package includes the libraries and header files necessary for developing programs which will access the termcap database. If you need to develop programs which will access the termcap database, you ll need to install this package. You ll also need to install the libtermcap package.
1204 libtevent 0.9.25 Tevent is an event system based on the talloc memory management library. Tevent has support for many event types, including timers, signals, and the classic file descriptor events. Tevent also provide helpers to deal with asynchronous code providing the tevent_req (Tevent Request) functions.
1205 libthai 0.1.14 LibThai is a set of Thai language support routines aimed to ease developers tasks to incorporate Thai language support in their applications.
1206 libtheora 1.1.1 Theora’ is Xiph.Org’s first publicly released video codec, intended for use within the Ogg’s project’s Ogg multimedia streaming system. It is derived directly from the VP3 codec; currently the two are nearly identical, varying only in encapsulating decoder tables in the bitstream headers, although substantial changes and improvements may be expected in the future.
1207 libtiff 4.0.3 The libtiff package contains a library of functions for manipulating TIFF (Tagged Image File Format) image format files. TIFF is a widely used file format for bitmapped images. TIFF files usually end in the .tif extension and they are often quite large. The libtiff package should be installed if you need to manipulate TIFF format image files.
1208 libtirpc 0.3.3 Libtirpc is a port of Suns Transport-Independent RPC library to Linux.
1209 libtool 2.4.2 The libtool package contains the GNU libtool, a set of shell scripts which automatically configure UNIX and UNIX-like architectures to generically build shared libraries. Libtool provides a consistent, portable interface which simplifies the process of using shared libraries. If you are developing programs which will use shared libraries, you should install libtool.
1210 libtunepimp 0.5.3 The libtunepimp is officially supported in 32 bit Windows (95, 98, Me, NT, 2000, XP), Mac OS X, and Linux, with packages released for the debian distribution. For more details on how to use this library, please take a look at the TunePimp documentation.
1211 libunicode 0.7 BROKEN – Libunicode is a set of ANSI-C and BSD style string handling functions for Unicode. Unlike wchar_t, libunicode’s Uchar type is guaranteed to be only 16bits on every platform. Also, libunicode’s functions conform stringently to the unicode standard.
1212 libunistring 0.9.4 This library provides functions for manipulating Unicode strings and for manipulating C strings according to the Unicode standard.
1213 libunwind 1.1 A portable and efficient C programming interface (API) to determine the call chain of a program.
1214 libupnp 1.6.13 libmcupnp is a Free UPnP(v1) library for easy “MediaServer:1 Client” implementations. The library is built on top of libupnp..
1215 libusb 1.0.8 This package provides a way for applications to access USB devices.
1216 libusbx 1.0.20 This package provides a way for applications to access USB devices. Libusbx is a fork of the original libusb, which is a fully API and ABI compatible drop in for the libusb-1.0.9 release. The libusbx fork was started by most of the libusb-1.0 developers, after the original libusb project did not produce a new release for over 18 months. Note that this library is not compatible with the original libusb-0.1 series, if you need libusb-0.1 compatibility install the libusb package.
1217 libuser 0.60 N/A The libuser library implements a standardized interface for manipulatingand administering user and group accounts. The library uses pluggable back-ends to interface to its data sources. Sample applications modeled after those included with the shadow password suite are included.
1218 libutempter 1.1.6 This library provides interface for terminal emulators such as screen and xterm to record user sessions to utmp and wtmp files.
1219 libverto 0.2.5 libverto provides a loop-neutral async api which allows the library to expose asynchronous interfaces and offload the choice of the main loop to the application.
1220 libvirt 1.2.16 Libvirt is a C toolkit to interact with the virtualization capabilities of recent versions of Linux (and other OSes).
1221 libVLC 2.1.5 VLC is a free and open source cross-platform multimedia player and framework that plays most multimedia files
1222 libvorbis 1.3.3 Ogg Vorbis is a fully open, non-proprietary, patent-and royalty-free, general-purpose compressed audio format for audio and music at fixed and variable bitrates from 16 to 128 kbps/channel. The libvorbis package contains runtime libraries for use in programs that support Ogg Vorbis.
1223 libvpx 1.3.0 VP8 Video Codec SDK
1224 libvte-java 0.12.3 libvte-java is a Java wrapper library for the GNOME VTE library. Allowing access to the terminal widget from Java.
1225 libwebp 0.4.0 WebP is an image format that does lossy compression of digital photographic images.
1226 libwmf 0.3 libwmf is a library for unix like machines that can convert wmf files into other formats, currently it supports a gd binding to convert to gif, and an X one to draw direct to an X windowor pixmap.
1227 libwnck 3.4.3 libwnck is Window Navigator Construction Kit, i.e. a library to use for writing pagers and tasks lists and stuff.
1228 libwpd 0.9.4 Libwpd is a library for reading/writing WordPerfect files. It is designed to be used by another program (e.g.: a word processor) as an in-process component. It supports fileimport of all versions of WordPerfect.
1229 libX11 1.6.0 This package provides a client interface to the X Window System, otherwise known as ‘Xlib’. It provides a complete API for the basic functions of the window system.
1230 libXau 1.0.8 This package provides the main interface to the X11 authorisation handling, which controls authorisation for X connections, both client-side and server-side.
1231 libXaw 1.0.11 Xaw is short for the X Window System Athena widget set, which is a set of widgets to implement simple user interfaces based upon the X Toolkit Intrinsics. It is distributed with the X Window System.
1232 libxcb 1.9 The X protocol C-language Binding (XCB) is a replacement for Xlib featuring a small footprint, latency hiding, direct access to the protocol, improved threading support, and extensibility.
1233 libXcomposite 0.4.4 libXcomposite provides an X Window System client interface to the Composite extension to the X protocol.
1234 libxcrypt SUSE libxcrypt is a replacement for libcrypt, which comes with the GNU C Library. It supports, beside DES crypt and MD5, passwords with blowfish encryption.
1235 libXcursor 1.1.14 Xcursor is a simple library designed to help locate and load cursors. Cursors can be loaded from files or memory.
1236 libXdamage 1.1.4 libXdamage provides an X Window System client interface to the DAMAGE extension to the X protocol.
1237 libXdmcp 1.1.1 This package provides the main interface to the X11 display manager control protocol library, which allows for remote logins to display managers.
1238 libXevie 1.0.3 libXevie provides an X Window System client interface to the EvIE extension to the X protocol.
1239 libXext 1.3.2 libXext provides an X Window System client interface to several extensions to the X protocol.
1240 libXfixes 5.0.1 libXfixes provides an X Window System client interface to the ‘XFIXES’ extension to the X protocol.
1241 libXfont 1.4.7 libXfont provides various services for X servers, most notably font selection and rasterisation (through external libraries).
1242 libXfontcache 1.0.5 FontCache is an extension that is used by X-TrueType to cache information about fonts.
1243 libXft 2.3.1 Xft provides a client-side font API for X applications, making the FreeType font rasterizer available to X clients. Fontconfig is used for font specification resolution. Where available, the RENDER extension handles glyph drawing; otherwise, the core X protocol is used.
1244 libXi 1.7.2 libXi provides an X Window System client interface to the XINPUT extension to the X protocol.
1245 libXinerama 1.1.3 libXinerama provides an X Window System client interface to the XINERAMA extension to the X protocol.
1246 libxkbfile 1.0.8 libxkbfile provides an interface to read and manipulate description files for XKB, the X11 keyboard configuration extension.
1247 libxklavier 5.3 libxklavier is a library providing high-level API for X Keyboard Extension known as XKB. This library is indended to support XFree86 and other commercial X servers. It is useful for creating XKB-related software (layout indicators etc).
1248 libxml 2.6.27 This library allows to manipulate XML files. It includes support to read, modify and write XML and HTML files. There is DTDs support this includes parsing and validation even with complex DtDs, either at parse time or later once the document has been modified. The output can be a simple SAX stream or and in-memory DOM like representations. In this case one can use the built-in XPath and XPointer implementation to select subnodes or ranges. A flexible Input/Output mechanism is available, with existing HTTP and FTP modules and combined to an URI library.
1249 libxml2 2.9.1 This library allows to manipulate XML files. It includes support to read, modify and write XML and HTML files. There is DTDs support this includes parsing and validation even with complex DtDs, either at parse time or later once the document has been modified. The output can be a simple SAX stream or and in-memory DOM like representations. In this case one can use the built-in XPath and XPointer implementation to select subnodes or ranges. A flexible Input/Output mechanism is available, with existing HTTP and FTP modules and combined to an URI library.
1250 libXmu 1.1.1 libXmu provides a set of miscellaneous utility convenience functions for X libraries to use. libXmuu is a lighter-weight version that does not depend on libXt or libXext; for more information, see libxmuu1.
1251 libXp 1.0.1 libXp provides public APIs to allow client applications to render to non-display devices, making use of the X Print Service.
1252 libXpm 3.5.10 libXpm provides support and common operation for the XPM pixmap format, which is commonly used in legacy X applications. XPM is an extension of the monochrome XBM bitmap specificied in the X protocol.
1253 libXrandr 1.4.1 libXrandr provides an X Window System client interface to the RandR extension to the X protocol
1254 libXrender 0.9.8 The X Rendering Extension (Render) introduces digital image composition as the foundation of a new rendering model within the X Window System. Rendering geometric figures is accomplished by client-side tessellation into either triangles or trapezoids. Text is drawn by loading glyphs into the server and rendering sets of them. The Xrender library exposes this extension to X clients.
1255 libXres 1.0.6 libXRes provides an X Window System client interface to the Resource extension to the X protocol.
1256 libXScrnSaver 1.2.2 X.Org X11 libXss development package.
1257 libxshmfence 1.2 Shared memory fences for X11, as used in DRI3.
1258 libxslt 1.1.28 This C library allows to transform XML files into other XML files (or HTML, text, …) using the standard XSLT stylesheet transformation mechanism. A xslt processor based on this library, named xsltproc, is provided by the libxslt-proc package.
1259 libXt 1.1.4 libXt provides the X Toolkit Intrinsics, an abstract widget library upon which other toolkits are based. Xt is the basis for many toolkits, including the Athena widgets (Xaw), and LessTif (a Motif implementation).
1260 libXTrap 1.0.0 libXTrap provides an interface to the DEC-XTRAP extension, which allows for capture and synthesis of core input events.
1261 libXtst 1.2.2 libXtst provides an X Window System client interface to the Record extension to the X protocol.
1262 libXv 1.0.9 libXv provides an X Window System client interface to the XVideo extension to the X protocol.
1263 libXvMC 1.0.7 libXvMC provides an X Window System client interface to the XVideo-MotionCompensation extension to the X protocol.
1264 libXxf86dga 1.1.3 libXxf86dga provides the XFree86-DGA extension, which allows direct graphics access to a framebuffer-like region, and also allows relative mouse reporting, et al. It is mainly used by games and emulators for games.
1265 libXxf86misc 1.0.3 libXxf86misc provides an interface to the XFree86-Misc extension, which allows client applications to query the current keyboard and mouse settings of the running XFree86-based (XFree86, Xorg) server.
1266 libXxf86vm 1.1.3 libXxf86vm provides an interface to the XFree86-VidModeExtension extension, which allows client applications to get and set video mode timings in extensive detail. It is used by the xvidtune program in particular.
1267 liby2util SUSE YaST2 – Utilities Library
1268 libyaml 0.1.4 YAML 1.1 parser and emitter written in C
1269 libyui 3.1.5 libyui is the user interface engine that provides the abstraction from
graphical user interfaces (Qt, Gtk) and text based user interfaces
(ncurses).libyui is a core part of YaST2, which is already part of OIN.
1270 libzeitgeist 0.3.18 Client library for applications that want to interact with the Zeitgeist daemon
1271 libzio 0.99 The libzio provides using fopencookie(3) of the glibc or funopen(3BSD) together with zlib and libbzip2 an API to read or write gzip/bzip2 files with streams. Libzio uses the GNUC weak facility to allow programs to be linked against zlib or libbzip2 only.
1272 libzip 1.1.3 libzip is a C library for reading, creating, and modifying zip archives. Files can be added from data buffers, files, or compressed data copied directly from other zip archives. Changes made without closing the archive can be reverted. The API is documented by man pages.
1273 libzypp SUSE n/a ZYpp is a Linux software management engine and open source project sponsored by Novell that powers products like YaST and Zypper with a powerful dependency resolver and a convenient package management API.
1274 libzypp-zmd-backend SUSE n/a This package provides binaries which enable the ZENworks daemon (ZMD) to perform its management tasks on the system.
1275 lilo 22.7.1 lilo installs a boot loader that will be activated next time you boot. It has lots of options.
1276 limal SUSE LiMaL (Linux Management Library) provides a system library style, object oriented way of access to the operating system. To learn more about LiMaL see
1277 limal-apparmor-control SUSE Limal pluglib for AppArmor that provides hooks to enable/disable the AppArmor service
1278 limal-apparmor-notifications SUSE Limal pluglib for AppArmor that provides an API for working with AppArmor’s notification configuration file, notify.cfg.
1279 limal-apparmor-reporting SUSE Limal pluglib for working with AppArmor’s notification configuration.
1280 limal-bootloader SUSE Boot loader configuration library for LiMaL.
1281 limal-ca-mgm SUSE n/a This package provides the perl bindings to the CA Management Library.
1282 limal-ca-mgm-perl SUSE n/a The LiMaL CA Management Library provides methods for managing a Certificate Authority.
1283 limal-nfs-server SUSE n/a LiMaL NFS Server Library provides methods for managing a NFS Server.
1284 limal-nfs-server-perl SUSE n/a This package provides the perl bindings to the NFS Server Library.
1285 limal-perl SUSE LiMaL – Core Library Perl Bindings.
1286 limal-runlevel SUSE The LiMaL Runlevel Library provides methods for runlevel and service management.
1287 lineakd 0.9 LinEAK, Linux support for Easy Access and Internet Keyboards, features X11 support, windowmanager independence, ability to configure all keys through GUI or .conf file, volume control and sound controls.
1288 linux-atm 2.5.1 Automatic Teller Machine
1289 linux-iscsi The Linux iSCSI driver acts as an iSCSI protocol initiator to transport SCSI requests and responses over an IP network between the client and an iSCSI-enabled target device such as a Cisco SN 5428-2 storage router. The iSCSI protocol is an IETF-defined protocol for IP storage. For more information about the iSCSI protocol, refer to
1290 linuxrc SUSE linuxrc is a program that is started in the start-up stage of the kernel prior to the actual boot process. This allows you to boot a small modularized kernel and to load the few drivers that are really needed as modules. linuxrc assists in loading relevant drivers manually. However, the automatic hardware detection performed by YaST is usually quite reliable. The use of linuxrc is not limited to the installation; you can also use it as a boot tool for installed system and even for an independent RAM diskbased rescue system. Refer to Section 12.5. The SUSE Rescue System for more details.
1291 linuxwacom 0.16.1 The Linux Wacom Project manages the drivers, libraries, and documentation for configuring and running Wacom tablets under the Linux operating system. It contains diagnostic applications as well as updated kernel drivers and XFree86/Xorg XInput drivers.
1292 lirc 0.9.0 Linux Infra-red Remote Control support This package provides the daemons and some utilities to support infra-red remote controls under Linux.
1293 lk 20090818 (L)ittle (K)ernel bootloader
1294 lkcdutils 6.2.0 This software package contains system crash dump analysis tools. It includes Linux Crash (lcrash) and all appropriate user level scripts required for saving and configuring system crash dumps. This package should be installed after the lkcd kernel patches are installed on the system.
1295 lksctp-tools 1.0.11 This package contains the SCTP base run-time library and command line tools. SCTP (Stream Control Transmission Protocol) is a message oriented, reliable transport protocol, with congestion control, support for transparent multi-homing, and multiple ordered streams of messages.
1296 lldpad 0.9.46 Intel LLDP Agent
1297 llvm 3.1 The Low Level Virtual Machine
1298 lm_sensors 3.3.4 The lm_sensors package includes a collection of modules for general SM Bus access and hardware monitoring. NOTE: this package requires special support which is not in standard 2.2-vintage kernels.
1299 log4j 1.2.17 log4j is a tool to help the programmer output log statements to a variety of output targets.
1300 logrotate 3.8.6 Logrotate is designed to ease administration of systems that generate large numbers of log files. It allows automatic rotation, compression, removal, and mailing of log files. Each log file may be handled daily, weekly, monthly, or when it grows too large.
1301 lohitfonts-cros 2.5.0 6 Lohit fonts for Indic scripts
1302 loudmouth 1.4.3 Loudmouth is a lightweight and easy-to-use C library for programming with the Jabber protocol. It’s designed to be easy to get started with and yet extensible to let you do anything the Jabber protocol allows.
1303 lsb SUSE The skeleton package defining packages needed for LSB compliance. Also contains some directories LSB tests look for that aren’t owned by other Mandrake packages, and scripts to re-create the old /sbin/fasthalt and / sbin/fastboot. Currently, to be able to run the LSB binary test suit successfully, you need to boot with devfs=nomount, as well as insure that the partitions containing /tmp and /home are mounted with the option ‘atime’, rather than ‘noatime’. You should also note that using the fstab option ‘acl’ for Posix ACLs will generate 1 test failure. This is not enabled by default on Mandrake Linux.
1304 lshw B.02.17 lshw is a small tool to provide detailed information on the hardware configuration of the machine. It can report exact memory configuration, firmware version, mainboard configuration, CPU version and speed, cache configuration, bus speed, etc. on DMI-capable x86 or EFI (IA-64) systems and on some ARM and PowerPC machines (PowerMac G4 is known to work).
1305 lsof 4.87 This tool shows all the open file handles, sockets, and who owns them.
1306 lsscsi 0.27 Uses information in sysfs (Linux kernels 2.6.0 and later) to list all scsi devices (or hosts) currently attached to the system. Options can be used to control the amount and form of information provided for each device.
1307 lsvpd 1.7.5 This utility lists device Vital Product Data (VPD), which includes the following information and more: vendor, version, revision level, serial number.
1308 ltrace 0.7.91 Tracks runtime library calls in dynamically linked programs ltrace is a debugging program which runs a specified command until it exits. While the command is executing, ltrace intercepts and records the dynamic library calls which are called by the executed process and the signals received by that process. It can also intercept and print the system calls executed by the program. The program to be traced need not be recompiled for this, so you can use it on binaries for which you don’t have the source handy. You should install ltrace if you need a sysadmin tool for tracking the execution of processes.
1309 lua 5.2.3 Lua is a powerful, fast, lightweight, embeddable scripting language.
1310 lucene 3.6.0 CLucene is a C++ port of the popular Apache Lucene search engine ( It is released under LGPL or the Apache License.
1311 lukemftp 20100324 The enhanced ftp client. lukemftp is what many users affectionately call the enhanced ftp client in NetBSD ( The `lukem’ comes from the account name of the NetBSD developer who wrote most of the enhancements: Luke Mewburn ( This package is a `port’ of the NetBSD ftp client to other systems. The enhancements over the standard ftp client in 4.4BSD include: * command-line editing within ftp * command-line fetching of URLS, including support for: – http proxies (c.f: $http_proxy, $ftp_proxy) – authentication * context sensitive command and filename completion * dynamic progress bar * IPv6 support (from the WIDE project) * modification time preservation * paging of local and remote files, and of directory listings (c.f: `lpage’, `page’, `pdir’) * passive mode support, with fallback to active mode * `set option’ override of ftp environment variables * socks4/socks5 support * TIS Firewall Toolkit gate ftp proxy support (c.f: `gate’) * transfer-rate throttling (c.f: `-T’, `rate’)
1312 luna-service2 Bus-based IPC mechanism used between components in webOS, composed of a client library and a central hub daemon
1313 lvm2 2.02.97 The LVM2 plug-in provides compatibility with the new volume format introduced by the LVM2 tools from Red Hat (previously Sistina). This plug-in is very similar in functionality to the LVM plug-in. The primary difference is the new, improved metadata format. LVM2 is still based on the concept of volume groups (VGs), which are constructed from physical volumes (PVs) and produce logical volumes (LVs).
1314 lvm2-cluster 2.02.86 Extensions to LVM2 to support clusters.
1315 lxc 1.0.1 LXC is a userspace interface for the Linux kernel containment features.
1316 lynx 2.8.7 Text-mode WWW Browser Lynx is a fully-featured World Wide Web (WWW) client for users running cursor-addressable, character-cell display devices (e.g., vt100 terminals, vt100 emulators running on PCs or Macs, or any other “curses-oriented” display). It will display hypertext markup language (HTML) documents containing links to files residing on the local system, as well as files residing on remote systems running Gopher, HTTP, FTP, WAIS, and NNTP servers.
1317 lzo 2.06 Lempel-Ziv-Oberhumer (a compression algorithm).
1318 lzop 1.03 lzop is a file compressor which is very similar to gzip. lzop uses the LZO data compression library for compression services, and its main advantages over gzip are much higher compression and decompression speed.
1319 m17n-contrib 1.1.10 Contribution database for the m17n library
1320 m17n-db 1.6.4 The m17n library is a multilingual text processing library for the C language.
1321 m17n-lib 1.6.4 The m17n library is a multilingual text processing library for the C language.
1322 m2crypto 0.21.1 a crypto and SSL toolkit for Python
1323 m4 1.4.16 a macro processing language GNU `m4′ is an implementation of the traditional UNIX macro processor. It is mostly SVR4 compatible, although it has some extensions (for example, handling more than 9 positional parameters to macros). `m4′ also has builtin functions for including files, running shell commands, doing arithmetic, etc. Autoconf needs GNU `m4′ for generating `configure’ scripts, but not for running them.
1324 maas 1.4 MAAS offers a nice UI to provision your Ubuntu servers. Each physical server (node) will be commissioned automatically on first boot.
1325 mailman 2.1.15 Powerful, web-based mailing list manager The GNU Mailing List Manager, which manages email discussion lists much like Majordomo and Smartmail. Unlike most similar products, Mailman gives each mailing list a web page, and allows users to subscribe, unsubscribe, etc. over the web. Even the list manager can administer his or her list entirely from the web. Mailman also integrates most things people want to do with mailing lists, including archiving, mail (-) news gateways, and so on. It has all of the features you expect from such a product, plus integrated support for the web (including web based archiving), automated bounce handling and integrated spam prevention. For more information see /.
1326 mailx 12.5 The mailx package installs the /bin/mail program, which is used to send quick email messages (i.e., without opening up a full-featured mail useragent). Mail is often used in shell scripts. You should install mailx because of its quick email sending ability, which is especially useful if you’re planning on writing any shell scripts.
1327 make 3.82 The purpose of the make utility is to determine automatically which pieces of a large program need to be recompiled, and issue the commands to recompile them. The manual describes the GNU implementation of make, which was written by Richard Stallman and Roland McGrath. Our examples show C programs, since they are most common, but you can use make with any programming language whose compiler can be run with a shell command. In fact, make is not limited to programs. You can use it to describe any task where some files must be updated automatically from others whenever the others change.
1328 makedev 3.24 This package contains the MAKEDEV script, which makes it easier to createand maintain the files in the /dev directory. /dev directory files correspond to a particular device supported by Linux (serial or printer ports, scanners, sound cards, tape drives, CD-ROM drives, hard drives, etc.) and interface with the drivers in the kernel. You should install the MAKEDEV package because the MAKEDEV utility makes it easy to manage the /dev directory device files.
1329 makedumpfile 1.5.8 makedumpfile is a dump program to shorten the size of dump file. It
copies only the necessary pages for analysis with various dump levels,
and can compress the page data. The obtained dump file can by analyzed
via gdb or crash utility.makedumpfile is part of all SUSE products.
1330 man 1.6g http:/ http:/ man formats and displays the on-line manual pages. If you specify section, man only looks in that section of the manual. name is normally the name of the manual page, which is typically the name of a command, function, or file. However, if name contains a slash (/) then man interprets it as a file specification, so that you can do man ./foo.5 or even man /cd/foo/bar.1.gz.
1331 man-db 2.6.3 Tools for searching and reading man pages
1332 mariadb 5.5.44 A community developed branch of MySQL
1333 master-boot-record SUSE The first physical sector on a bootable disk drive. The place where the system BIOS looks when the computer is first booted, to determine which partition is currently active (bootable), before reading that partition’s first (boot) sector and booting from the partition.
1334 maven 3.1.1 Apache Maven is a software project management and comprehension tool. Based on the concept of a project object model (POM), Maven can manage a project’s build, reporting and documentation from a central piece of information.
1335 mawk 1.3.4_p20100625 an (often faster than gawk) awk-interpreter
1336 mc 4.8.6 Midnight Commander – A powerful file manager. – normal version Midnight Commander is a feature-rich file manager. It has mouse support in a linux console and in an xterm. It started as a Norton Commander clone but now it is far superior to it. Among other things it can do FTP, includes a hex editor, comes with an internal editor which can be invoked separately as ‘mcedit’ and lets you do most system administration tasks. Browsing, unpacking and installation of Debian packages is possible by just pressing enter on a *.deb file. Handling of other archive formats like rpm, zip, zoo and tar.gz is equally supported. This version comes with undelete for ext2 filesystems compiled in.
1337 mcelog 1.0.pre3 Machine Check Exceptions collector and decoder.
1338 mcollective-qpid-plugin 0.1.1 Plugin to enable m-collective communication over amqp 1.0 enabled broker
1339 mcore n/a mCore is a robust and easy-to-use ActiveX SMS Component that will enable your desktop or web based applications for sending & receiving SMS and to send WAP Push. It can be used with any ETSI 07.05 compliant GSM modem or phone handset connected to the PC serial port using a data cable or Infrared device etc. mCore can be used for developing applications that require to send/receive SMS in English as well as applications that require to send receive SMS in local languages (e.g. Arabic, Chinese, Russian, Thai, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi etc.)
1340 mdadm 3.3.2 Manage MD devices aka Linux Software Raid mdadm is a program that can be used to create, manage, and monitor MD devices. As such it provides a similar set of functionality to the raidtools packages. Unlike raidtools, mdadm can perform (almost) all of its functions without having a configuration file.
1341 mDNSresponder 333.1 You are no doubt reading this article because youve noticed the mDNSResponder.exe process running in Task Manager, you dont remember installing it, and it doesnt show up in the Add/Remove programs in Control Panel. So what is it, and how do we get rid of it?’
1342 meanwhile 1.1.0 This library provides the basic Lotus Sametime Community Client session functionality along with the core services; Presence, Messaging, and Conferencing.
1343 memcached 1.4.13 High Performance, Distributed Memory Object Cache
1344 memtest86+ 4.20 Based on the well-known original memtest86 written by Chris Brady, memtest86+ is a port by some members of the x86-secret team, now working at Our goal is to provide an up-to-date and completly reliable version of this software tool aimed at memory failures detection.
1345 Mercurial 2.5.4 Mercurial is a fast, lightweight source control management system designed for efficient handling of very large distributed projects.
1346 Mesa 10.2.7 This package contains the EGL native platform graphics interface library. EGL provides a platform-agnostic mechanism for creating rendering surfaces for use with other graphics libraries, such as OpenGL|ES and OpenVG.
1347 mesa-libGLU 9.0.0 Mesa libGLU library
1348 mesa-libGLw 6.5.1 Xt / Motif OpenGL widgets
1349 metacity 2.34.8 A lightweight GTK2 based Window Manager. Metacity is a small ((6K lines of code) window manager, using gtk2 to do everything. As HP says, metacity is a “Boring window manager for the adult in you. Many window managers are like Marshmallow Froot Loops; Metacity is like Cheerios.”
1350 metrics 0.0.1 Chrome OS Metrics Collection Utilities
1351 mgetty 1.1.37 Smart Modem getty replacement Mgetty is a versatile program to handle all aspects of a modem under Unix. This package includes basic modem data capabilities. Install mgetty-fax to get the additional functionality for fax. Install mgetty-voice to get the functionality to operate voice modems. Mgetty is also configurable to select programs other than login for special connections (eg: uucico, fido or other programs) depending on the login userid. It also supports caller-id if the modem and phone line supply it, and can deny connections based on originating telephone number.
1352 mhash Mhash is a library that provides a uniform interface to a large number of hash algorithms. These algorithms can be used to compute checksums, message digests, and other signatures. The HMAC support implements the basics for message authentication, following RFC 2104. Mhash also provides several key-generation algorithms, including those of OpenPGP (RFC 2440). Further information is available at
1353 microcode_ctl 2.0 microcode.ctl: Intel IA32 CPU Microcode Utility The microcode_ctl utility is a companion to the IA32 microcode driver written by Tigran Aivazian ( The utility has two uses: a) it decodes and sends new microcode to the kernel driver to be uploaded to Intel IA32 family processors. (Pentium Pro, PII, Celeron, PIII, Xeon, Pentium 4 etc.) b) it signals the kernel driver to release any buffers it may hold The microcode update is volatile and needs to be uploaded on each system boot i.e. it doesn’t re-flash your CPU permanently, reboot and it reverts back to the old microcode. The ideal place to load microcode is in BIOS, but most vendors never update it! To enable microcode update, I need some kernel support, thus I need the linux kernel 2.2.18 or later, or 2.4.0 or later. From Debian 3.0r0 APT
1354 mime-types 8 Provides /etc/mime.types file
1355 mingetty 1.08 The mingetty program is a lightweight, minimalist getty program foruse only on virtual consoles. Mingetty is not suitable for serial lines (you should use the mgetty program instead for that purpose).
1356 miniChinput 0.1.9 miniChinput is a tiny version of Chinput, which is a GPLed Chinese input method. miniChinput uses XIM protocol and provides several input modules for both GB and BIG5 encodings.
1357 minicom 2.5 minicom is a communication program which somewhat resembles the shareware program TELIX but is free with source code and runs under most unices. Features include dialing directory with auto-redial, support for UUCP-style lock files on serial devices, a seperate script language interpreter, capture to file, multiple users with individual configurations, and more.
1358 miplv6 MIPL Mobile IPv6 is an implementation of the Mobile IPv6 specification for Linux. The software provides transparent mobility to applications which use IPv6 by implementing draft-ietf-mobileip-ipv6-15 and also parts of the IPSec protocols.
1359 mipv6-daemon Mobile IPv6 (MIPv6) Daemon
1360 mkbootdisk 2.4.2-2 The mkbootdisk program creates a standalone boot floppy disk for booting the running system. The created boot disk will look for the root filesystem on the device mentioned in /etc/fstab and includes an initial ramdisk image which will load any necessary SCSI modules for the system.
1361 mkinitrd n/a Mkinitrd creates filesystem images for use as initial ramdisk (initrd) images. These ramdisk images are often used to preload the block device modules (SCSI or RAID) needed to access the root filesystem. In other words, generic kernels can be built without drivers for any SCSI adapters which load the SCSI driver as a module. Since the kernel needs to read those modules, but in this case it isn’t able to address the SCSI adapter, an initial ramdisk is used. The initial ramdisk is loaded by the operating system loader (normally LILO) and is available to the kernel as soon as the ramdisk is loaded. The ramdisk image loads the proper SCSI adapter and allows the kernel to mount the root filesystem. The mkinitrd program creates such a ramdisk using information found in the /etc/ modules.conf file.
1362 mkisofs n/a This is the mkisofs package. It is used to create ISO 9660 file system images for creating CD-ROMs. Now includes support for making bootable “El Torito” CD-ROMs.
1363 mktemp 1.7 The mktemp utility takes a given file name template and overwrites a portion of it to create a unique file name. This allows shellscripts and other programs to safely create and use /tmp files. Install the mktemp package if you need to use shell scripts or other programs which will create and use unique /tmp files.
1364 ml-anjalioldlipi 0.74 AnjaliOldLipi font for the correct Malayalam rendering
1365 mlocate 0.26 mlocate is a new implementation of locate, a tool to find files anywhere in the filesystem based on their name, using a fixed pattern or a regular expression. Unlike other tools like find(1), locate uses a previously created database to perform the search, allowing queries to execute much faster. This database is updated periodically from cron.
1366 mm 1.4.2 The mm-common module provides the build infrastructure and utilities shared among the GNOME C++ binding libraries. It is only a required dependency for building the C++ bindings from the version control repository. An installation of mm-common is not required for building tarball releases, unless configured to use maintainer-mode.
1367 mockobjects 0.6 Mock Objects is a test-first driven framework for building generic software and/or unit testing frameworks.
1368 mod_auth_kerb 5.4 Mod_auth_kerb is an Apache module designed to provide Kerberos authentication to the Apache web server. Using the Basic Auth mechanism, it retrieves a username/password pair from the browser and checks them against a Kerberos server as set up by your particular organization. The module also supports the Negotiate authentication method, which performs full Kerberos authentication based on ticket exchanges, and does not require users to insert their passwords to the browser. In order to use the Negotiate method you need a browser supporting it (currently standard IE6.0 or Mozilla with the negotiateauth extension).
1369 mod_auth_mysql 3.0.0 mod_auth_mysql is an Apache module that allows authentication using user and group data stored in MySQL databases. Originally by Vivek Khera for Apache1, now also includes a version for Apache 2.
1370 mod_auth_pgsql 0.9.12 This module allows user authentication (and can log authethication requests) against information stored in a PostgreSQL database. PostgreSQL is a public domain SQL database.
1371 mod_authz_ldap 0.29 Allows an LDAP directory to be used to store the database for HTTP Basic authentication.
1372 mod_cluster 1.2.1 httpd-based load balancer
1373 mod_dav 1.3.6 mod_dav is an Apache module to provide DAV capabilities (RFC 2518) for your Apache web server. It is an Open Source module, provided under an Apache-style license. This page serves as a distribution point, as documentation, and as a FAQ for mod_dav. Updates, clarifications, questions, etc, are gratefully accepted at
1374 mod_nss 1.1.4 mod_nss is an SSL provider derived from the mod_ssl module for the Apache web server that uses the Network Security Services (NSS) libraries. We started with mod_ssl and replaced the OpenSSL calls with NSS calls.
1375 mod_perl 2.0.7 mod_perl brings together the full power of the Perl programming language and the Apache HTTP server. You can use Perl to manage Apache, respond to requests for web pages and much more.
1376 mod_php4 4.4.9. Apache module for PHP 4 support.
1377 mod_php4-core 4.4.9 SUSE sub-package of mod_php4.
1378 mod_php4-servlet n/a The source tarball listed here is just for PHP 4. So, already covered. This package is provided for backward compatiobility only, so that
people having mod_php4-servlet installed get all PHP4 extensions
preserved during the update.
1379 mod_python 3.31 Mod_python is an Apache module that embeds the Python interpreter within the server. With mod_python you can write web-based applications in Python that will run many times faster than traditional CGI and will have access to advanced features such as ability to retain database connections and other data between hits and access to Apache internals. A more detailed description of what mod_python can do is available in this O’Reilly article.
1380 mod_ssl 2.2.21 This module provides strong cryptography for the Apache 1.3 webserver via the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL v2/v3) and Transport Layer Security (TLS v1) protocols by the help of the Open Source SSL/TLS toolkit OpenSSL, which is based on SSLeay from Eric A. Young and Tim J. Hudson.
1381 modemmanager-classic-interfaces 0.0.1 DBus interface descriptions and headers for ModemManager v0.5
1382 modemmanager-next 0.5.999 Modem and mobile broadband management libraries
1383 modem-utilities 0.0.1 Chromium OS modem utilities
1384 module-init-tools 3.16 The module-init-tools are a set of programs for loading, inserting, and removing Kernel Modules for Linux (versions 2.5.48 and above). It serves the same function that the modutils package serves for Linux 2.4. They are necessary because starting with 2.5.51, modules are handled differently. Every symbol of a module has versioning information, so that the Kernel can read the module and what hooks it uses, compare it to an internal database of what’s critical and what’s not, and decide whether the module can be used, even if it wasn’t compiled specifically for the current running Kernel. This adds a lot more flexibility for people forced to run BinaryDrivers.
1385 Modules 3.1.1 The Environment Modules package provides for the dynamic modification of a user’s environment via modulefiles.
1386 modutils 3.15 The modutils packages includes the kerneld program for automaticloading and unloading of modules under 2.2 and 2.4 kernels, as well as other module management programs. Examples of loaded and unloaded modules are device drivers and filesystems, as well as some other things.
1387 mongodb 1.6.4 High-performance, schema-free document-oriented database
1388 mono 2.10.8 Mono is a software platform designed to allow developers to easily create cross platform applications. Sponsored by Novell (, Mono is an open source implementation of Microsoft’s .NET Framework based on the ECMA standards for C# and the Common Language Runtime. A growing family of solutions and an active and enthusiastic contributing community is helping position Mono to become the leading choice for development of Linux applications.
1389 mono-basic 2.10 Mono is a platform for running and developing applications based on the ECMA/ISO Standards. Mono is an open source effort led by Novell. Mono provides a complete CLR (Common Language Runtime) including compiler and runtime, which can produce and execute CIL (Common Intermediate Language) bytecode (aka assemblies), and a class library.
1390 mono-core 2.10.5 This package contains the core of the Mono runtime including its Virtual Machine, Just-in-time compiler, C# compiler, security tools and libraries (corlib, XML, System.Security, ZipLib, I18N, Cairo and Mono.*).
1391 mono-data 2.10.5 Mono is a platform for running and developing applications based on the ECMA/ISO Standards. Mono is an open source effort led by Novell. Mono provides a complete CLR (Common Language Runtime) including compiler and runtime, which can produce and execute CIL (Common Intermediate Language) bytecode (aka assemblies), and a class library.
1392 mono-data-postgresql 2.10.5 This package contains the ADO.NET Data provider for the Postgresql database.
1393 mono-data-sqlite 2.10.5 The Mono.Data.SqliteClient assembly contains an ADO.NET data provider for the SQLite ( embeddable database engine (both version 2 and version 3).
1394 monodevelop Features: Debugger Integration, Class Browser, Monodoc Integration, Code Completion, Embedded HTML viewer, Gettext support, C/C++ project support, C# project support, Boo project support, Java project support, Nemerle project support, ILAsm project support, ASP.NET project support.
1395 Mono-Extended
1396 monotone 1.0 monotone is an open source software tool for distributed revision control. Monotone tracks revisions to files, groups sets of revisions into changesets, and tracks history across renames.
1397 mono-tools 2.10 This package contains various development tools for use with Mono.
1398 mono-web 2.10.5 This package contains the implementation of the WebControl class based on the Mozilla engine using libgluezilla.
1399 mosys 1.2.03 Utility for obtaining various bits of low-level system info
1400 mozilla 7.0.1 Packages for the open source Mozilla project.
1401 MozillaFirefox 7.0.1 Mozilla applications.
1402 mozilla-nspr 7.0.1 NSPR provides platform independence for non-GUI operating systemfacilities. These facilities include threads, thread synchronization, normal file and network I/O, interval timing and calendar time, basic memory management (malloc and free) and shared library linking.
1403 mozilla-nss 7.0.1 Network Security Services (NSS) is a set of libraries designed to support cross-platform development of security-enabled server applications. Applications built with NSS can support SSL v2 and v3,TLS, PKCS #5, PKCS #7, PKCS #11, PKCS #12, S/MIME, X.509 v3certificates, and other security standards.
1404 mozilla-xulrunner 7.0.1 XULRunner is a Mozilla runtime package that can be used to bootstrap XUL+XPCOM applications that are as rich as Firefox and Thunderbird. It will provide mechanisms for installing, upgrading, and uninstalling these applications. XULRunner will also provide libxul, a solution which allows the embedding of Mozilla technologies in other projects and products.
1405 mozldap 6.0.7 The Mozilla LDAP C SDK is a set of libraries that allow applications to communicate with LDAP directory servers. These libraries are derived from the University of Michigan and Netscape LDAP libraries. They use the Mozilla Netscape Portable Runtime (NSPR) API and Mozilla Network Security Services (NSS) for cryptography. NOTE: these libraries do not, and cannot
replace the OpenLDAP client libraries and utilities. They can be installed alongside the OpenLDAP client libraries and utilities.
1406 mpage 2.5.6 print multiple pages per sheet on PostScript printer
1407 mpfr 3.1.1 MPFR provides a library for multiple-precision floating-point computation with correct rounding. The computation is both efficient and has a well-defined semantics. It copies the good ideas from the ANSI/IEEE-754 standard for double-precision floating-point arithmetic (53-bit mantissa).
1408 mrtg 2.17.2 The Multi Router Traffic Grapher is a tool primarily used to monitor the traffic load on network links (typically by using SNMP). MRTG generates HTML pages containing PNG images which provide a LIVE visual representation of this traffic. MRTG typically produces daily, weekly, monthly, and yearly graphs.
1409 mstflint 3.7.1 This package contains a burning tool and diagnostic tools for Mellanox manufactured HCA/NIC cards. It also provides access to the relevant source code.
1410 mtdev 1.1.0 Multitouch Protocol Translation Library
1411 mtd-utils 1.5.0 The MTD Utilities are a collection of tools that allow the user to interact with the MTD subsystem in the kernel to perform operations on Flash devices.
1412 mtools 4.0.17 graphical user interface to the mtools diskette package MToolsFM (formerly known as mfm) is a gtk-based graphical user interface for the mtools package for reading and writing DOS-format diskettes on UNIX systems. ‘
1413 mtpd 2.3.5r1 Multitouch interface for programming Pure Data
1414 mtpd 0.0.1 MTP daemon for Chromium OS
1415 mtr 0.81 mtr combines the functionality of the ‘traceroute’ and ‘ping’ programs in a single network diagnostic tool.
1416 mt-st 1.1 The mt-st package contains the mt and stinit tape drive management programs. Mt (for magnetic tape drives) can control rewinding, ejecting, skipping files and blocks, and more. The stinit program isused to initialize SCSI magnetic tape drives at system startup. ‘
1417 Mule-UCS 2.3 character code translator system on Emacs MULE-UCS is a coding system and character code translator system. This has an universal ability to translate from any character sets to any, and construct new coding systems easily. And MULE-UCS have a package to translate between MULE INTERNAL CODE and ISO-10646, So you can handle ISO-10646 based coding systems on Emacs/Mule(But can’t work on 20.2, this version have no extended CCL), Mule 3.0 and Meadow.
1418 multipath-tools 0.4.9 Step in the multipath-tools package. multipath-tools is an Open Source project to implement I/O multipathing at the OS level. The project delivers hooks with the standard Linux device mapper. A user-space daemon monitors the configured path and switches from one path to another according to the parameters set at configuration time. The main site of the multipath-tools package is Currently, the package features kernel modules as well as a user-space path-checker daemon. A command line interface will be available with multipath-tools-0.4.6 that allows runtime changes and status queries. The multipath-tools package provides the following functionality.
1419 multisync 0.91.1 MultiSync is a free modular program to synchronize calendars, addressbooks and other PIM data between programs on your computer and other computers, mobile devices, PDAs or cell phones. MultiSync works on any Gnome platform, such as Linux.
1420 mutt 1.5.21 Text-based mailreader supporting MIME, GPG, PGP and threading. Mutt is a sophisticated text-based Mail User Agent. Some highlights: o MIME support (including RFC1522 encoding/decoding of 8-bit message headers). o PGP/ MIME support (RFC 2015). o Advanced IMAP client supporting Kerberos authentication (and in some situations SSL encryption). o POP3 support. o Mailbox threading (both strict and non-strict). o Default keybindings are much like ELM. o Keybindings are configurable; Mush and PINE-like ones are provided as examples. o Handles MMDF, MH and Maildir in addition to regular mbox format. o Messages may be (indefinitely) postponed. o Colour support. o Highly configurable through easy but powerful rc file.
1421 mutter 3.6.0 (none) Window and compositing manager based on Clutter
1422 mx4j 3.0.1 JMX defines the architecture, the patterns , the API and services to build manageable Java applications. It provide flexible framework to stop and restart services, and remove it from the application or to add it to an application, to change its configuration files, to ask it to do some operation (such as downloading information from an URL the system administrator passes in), and so on.
1423 MyODBC 5.1.13 MySQL AB provides support for ODBC by means of MyODBC and MyODBC 3.51 drivers.
1424 MyODBC-unixODBC 5.1.9 MyODBC is an interface for communication with MySQL. It is one of the most popular ODBC drivers in the Open Source market, used by many users to access the MySQL functionality. It is compiled with unixODBC.
1425 myspell-xx 1.211*.zip Multi-lingual support packages
1426 mysql 5.5.28 a WWW interface for the TCX mySQL database www-mysql is a web interface for the mySQL database. SQL commands can be embedded into web pages; these are executed on the server by www-mysql and the resulting web page sent to the browser. All SQL commands and queries supported by mySQL can be used via www-mysql. From Debian 3.0r0 APT
1427 mysql-connector-odbc 5.1.13 Same as package MyODBC.
1428 nabi ???? Korean IMS (Input Method System) Nabi.
1429 nagios 3.5.1 Nagios is a host/service/network monitoring program written in C and released under the GNU General Public License. CGI programs are included to allow you to view the current status, history, etc via a web interface if you so desire.
1430 nautilus 3.6.0 The Nautilus file manager includes an easy and simple to use way search for your files and folders. To begin a search press Ctrl+F or select the Search toolbar button.
1431 nautilus-cd-burner The Nautilus CD Burner package provides an easy method to write files to a CD or DVD burner with GNOME; by drag-and-dropping files using the GNOME file manager, Nautilus.
1432 nautilus-media 0.8.1 The Nautilus Media package contains GNOME’s media applications used by nautilus.
1433 nautilus-open-terminal 0.19 Nautilus plugin for opening terminals in arbitrary local paths nautilus-open-terminal is a proof-of-concept Nautilus extension which allows you to open a terminal in arbitrary local folders.
1434 nautilus-sendto 3.6.0 The Nautilus Send To plugin provides the Nautilus file manager with a context menu component for quickly sending files to accounts in an Evolution email address book, contacts on a Gaim instant messaging list, or through Sylpheed Claws.
1435 nautilus-share 0.7.3 Nautilus Share allows you to quickly share a folder from the GNOME Nautilus file manager without requiring root access. It uses Samba, so your folders can be accessed by any operating system.
1436 nbd 2.9.20 This package is part of the Red Hat Cluster Suite, a complete high-availability solution.
1437 nc6 1.0 Netcat is a simple Unix utility which reads and writes data across network connections.
1438 ncpfs 2.2.6 Utilities to use resources from NetWare servers. This package contains utilities to mount volumes from NetWare servers. Also included are some little utilities such as nprint, which enables you to print on NetWare print queues, and pserver, which provides NetWare print queues. Package ncpfs-2.0.12 and above replaces package ncpfsx. This package will work with 2.0.x, 2.1.x, 2.2.x, 2.3.x and 2.4.x kernels. Also, NetWare Directory Services are supported in ncpfs-2.0.12 and above.
1439 ncurses 5.9 The EVMS Ncurses user interface initially displays a list of logical volumes similar to the logical volumes view in the EVMS GUI. Ncurses also provides a menu bar similar to the menu bar in the EVMS GUI.
1440 neon 0.30.0 neon is an HTTP and WebDAV client library. The major abstractions exposed are the HTTP session, created by ne_session_create(3); and the HTTP request, created by ne_request_create(3). HTTP authentication is handled transparently for server and proxy servers, see ne_set_server_auth(3); complete SSL/TLS support is also included, see ne_ssl_set_verify(3).
1441 nepomuk-core 4.9.2 Nepomuk Core utilities and libraries
1442 netatalk 2.2.3 AppleTalk user binaries Netatalk is an implementation of the AppleTalk Protocol Suite for BSD-derived systems. The current release contains support for EtherTalk Phase I and II, DDP, RTMP, NBP, ZIP, AEP, ATP, PAP, ASP, and AFP. This package contains all daemon and utility programs as well as Netatalk’s static libraries.
1443 netcat 1.103 TCP/IP swiss army knife A simple Unix utility which reads and writes data across network connections using TCP or UDP protocol. It is designed to be a reliable “back-end” tool that can be used directly or easily driven by other programs and scripts. At the same time it is a feature-rich network debugging and exploration tool, since it can create almost any kind of connection you would need and has several interesting built-in capabilities.
1444 netcfg SUSE netcfg is used to configure and manage network connections via profiles. It has pluggable support for a range of connection types, such as wireless, ethernet, ppp. It is also capable of starting/stopping many to one connections, that is, multiple connections within the same profile, optionally with bonding.
1445 netdate SUSE Allows for checking and setting the local system time from across a network as specified by RFC 868. (from rpm description)
1446 netlabel_tools 0.19 Configuration tools for the Linux NetLabel subsystem.
1447 netpbm 10.61.02 package of graphics manipulation programs and libraries
1448 net-snmp 5.7.2 SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) is a protocol used fornetwork management. The NET-SNMP project includes various SNMP tools: an extensible agent, an SNMP library, tools for requesting or setting information from SNMP agents, tools for generating and handling SNMP traps, a version of the netstat command which uses SNMP, and a Tk/Perlmib browser. This package contains the snmpd and snmp trapd daemons,documentation, etc. You will probably also want to install the net-snmp-utils package, which contains NET-SNMP utilities.
1449 nettle 2.7.1 A low-level cryptographic library
1450 net-tools 2.0 The NET-3 networking toolkit This package includes the important tools for controlling the network subsystem of the Linux kernel. This includes arp, ifconfig, netstat, rarp, nameif and route. Additionally, this package contains utilities relating to particular network hardware types (plipconfig, slattach) and advanced aspects of IP configuration (iptunnel, ipmaddr). In the upstream package ‘hostname’ and friends are included. Those are not installed by this package, since there is a special “hostname*.deb”.
1451 netty 3.5.4 Asynchronous event-driven network application framework
1452 NetworkManager 1.0.0 NetworkManager is a set of co-operative tools that make networking simple and straightforward. Whether WiFi, wired, 3G, or Bluetooth, NetworkManager allows you to quickly move from one network to another: once a network has been configured and joined once, it can be detected and re-joined automatically the next time its available.
1453 NetworkManager-gnome NetworkManagerConfiguration has a good overview of settings services in general. “System settings” is the name of the D-Bus service (using the bus name org.freedesktop.NetworkManagerSystemSettings) that provides system-wide configuration data to NetworkManager. In NM 0.7, this service is implemented in a separate process (nm-system-settings) while in NM 0.8 the service is built into NetworkManager itself. The system settings service implements the org.freedesktop.NetworkManagerSettings and the org.freedesktop.NetworkManagerSystemSettings D-Bus interfaces.
1454 NetworkManager-kde 0.16 System tray applet for controlling network connections managed by NetworkManager. It is mainly written for KDE but also works for other desktop environments like GNOME or Xfce.
1455 NetworkManager-novellvpn 0.9 NetworkManager-novellvpn provides VPN support to NetworkManager for Turnpike.
1456 NetworkManager-openvpn network-manager-openvpn: network management framework (OpenVPN plugin) network-manager-openvpn-gnome: network management framework (OpenVPN plugin, GNOME UI)
1457 NetworkManager-vpnc vpnc is a VPN client compatible with cisco3000 VPN Concentrator (also known as Cisco’s EasyVPN equipment). vpnc runs entirely in userspace and does not require kernel modules except of the tun driver to communicate with the network layer.
1458 newt 0.52.15 Newt is a programming library for color text mode, widget-based user interfaces. Newt can be used to add stacked windows, entry widgets, checkboxes, radio buttons, labels, plain text fields, scrollbars, etc., to text mode user interfaces. This package also contains the shared library needed by programs built with newt, as well as a/usr/bin/dialog replacement called whiptail. Newt is based on the slang library.
1459 nfs4-acl-tools 0.3.3 This package contains commandline and GUI ACL utilities for the Linux NFSv4 client.
1460 nfsidmap 0.24 Library to help mapping IDs, mainly for NFSv4
1461 nfs-utils 1.3.0 The nfs-utils package provides a daemon for the kernel NFS server and related tools, which provides a much higher level of performance than the traditional Linux NFS server used by most users.This package also contains the showmount program. Showmount queries the mount daemon on a remote host for information about the NFS (Network File System) server on the remote host. For example, showmount can display the clients which are mounted on that host. From Mandrake 9.0 RPM
1462 nghttp2 1.13.0 libnghttp2 is a library implementing the Hypertext Transfer Protocol version 2 (HTTP/2) protocol in C.
1463 nginx 1.6.2 nginx [engine x] is an HTTP and reverse proxy server, as well as a mail proxy server.
1464 nmap 6.40 The Network Mapper nmap is a utility for port scanning large networks, although it works fine for single hosts. The guiding philosophy for the creation of nmap was TMTOWTDI (There’s More Than One Way To Do It). This is the Perl slogan, but it is equally applicable to scanners. Sometimes you need speed, other times you may need stealth. In some cases, bypassing firewalls may be required. Not to mention the fact that you may want to scan different protocols (UDP, TCP, ICMP, etc.). You just can’t do all this with one scanning mode. And you don’t want to have 10 different scanners around, all with different interfaces. Thus I incorporated virtually every scanning technique I know into nmap. Specifically, nmap supports: Vanilla TCP connect() scanning, TCP SYN (half open) scanning, TCP FIN (stealth) scanning, TCP ftp proxy (bounce attack) scanning SYN/FIN scanning using IP fragments (bypasses packet filters), UDP recvfrom() scanning, UDP raw ICMP port unreachable scanning, ICMP scanning (ping-sweep), and Reverse-ident scanning. nmap also supports a number of performance and reliability features such as dynamic delay time calculations, packet timeout and retransmission, parallel port scanning, detection of down hosts via parallel pings, and flexible target and port specification. From Debian 3.0r0 APT
1465 notification-daemon 0.7.6 The Desktop Notifications framework provides a standard way of doing passive pop-up notifications on the Linux desktop. These are designed to notify the user of something without interrupting their work with a dialog box that they must close. Passive popups can automatically disappear after a short period of time. as per the Desktop Notifications spec.
1466 notify-python 0.4.5 Py-notify is a Python package providing tools for implementing Observer programming pattern. These tools include signals, conditions and variables.
1467 notofonts 20120731 Noto fonts developed by Monotype
1468 novacom 1.1.0 Command-line interface to the novacomd daemon; allows novacomd to connect from desktop machines (Linux, OSX and Windows) using USB to webOS device.
1469 novacomd 1.1.0 Novacom daemon or service on the host and the device.
1470 novnc 0.5.1 Websocket implementation of VNC client
1471 nspluginwrapper 1.4.4 nspluginwrapper is an Open Source compatibility plugin for Netscape 4 (NPAPI) plugins. That is, it enables you to use plugins on platforms they were not built for.
1472 nspr 4.10.8 Netscape Portable Runtime (NSPR) provides a platform-neutral API for system level and libc like functions. The API is used in the Mozilla clients and many of Red Hat’s, Sun’s, and other software offerings.
1473 nss 3.27.0 The NSS is a glibc mechanism for providing multiple methods of accessing common databases such as the password or hosts database. It is commonly used to provide an interface to both local /etc/passwd (and shadow) files, and a remote authentication mechanism such as NIS or LDAP.
1474 nss_db 2.1.4 Nss_db is a set of C library extensions which allow Berkeley Databases to be used as a primary source of aliases, ethers, groups, hosts, networks, protocol, users, RPCs, services, and shadow passwords (instead of or in addition to using flat files or NIS). Install nss_db if your flat name service files are too large and lookups are slow.
1475 nss_ldap 265 This package includes two LDAP access clients: nss_ldap and pam_ldap. Nss_ldap is a set of C library extensions that allow X.500 and LDAP directory servers to be used as a primary source of aliases, ethers, groups, hosts, networks, protocol, users, RPCs, services, and shadow passwords (instead of or in addition to using flat files or NIS). Pam_ldap is a module for Linux-PAM that supports password changes, V2clients, Netscape’s SSL, ypldapd, Netscape Directory Server password policies, access authorization, and crypted hashes.
1476 nss-altfiles 2.19.1 When installed, this package allows looking up users in %{prefix}/lib/passwd, similarly, groups in %{prefix}/lib/group.
1477 ntfs3g 2012.1.15 Open source read-write NTFS driver that runs under FUSE
1478 ntop 5.0 display network usage in top-like format ntop is a Network Top program. It displays a summary of network usage by machines on your network in a format reminiscent of the unix top utility. It can also be run in web mode, which allows the display to be browsed with a web browser.
1479 ntp 4.2.6p5 The Network Time Protocol (NTP) is used to synchronize a computer’stime with another reference time source. The ntp package contains utilities and daemons that will synchronize your computer’s time to Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) via the NTP protocol and NTP servers. The ntp package includes ntpdate (a program for retrieving the date and time from remote machines via a network) and ntpd (a daemon which continuously adjusts system time). Install the ntp package if you need tools for keeping your system’s time synchronized via the NTP protocol.
1480 ntsysv The ntsysv utility provides a simple interface for activating or deactivating services.
This is a subpackage of the chkconfig package and is part of chkconfig upstream; it has no independent upstream.
1481 numactl 2.0.9 runs processes with a specific NUMA scheduling or memory placement policy. The policy is set for command and inherited by all of its children. In addition it can set persistent policy for shared memory segments or files.
1482 numad 0.5 NUMA user daemon
1483 nut 2.6.5 Network UPS Tools This daemon can monitor a large assortment of UPS hardware and can provide notification to other computers via it’s client/ server architecture. One computer is configured to act as a master and the others are configured as slaves. This package provides the best features of the other Debian UPS packages but is not based on any of them. Specifically, it is better because: 1) it has the ability to talk to a wide variety of hardware in both dumb and smart modes, similar to genpower; and 2) it has network capability in that it can act as a UPS server (master) for other UPS client boxes (slaves), similar to apcd. Finally, the companion package, nut-cgi, provides cgi scripts that can display the status of UPS on a web page. (potato debs can be found at
1484 nvi 1.81.6 4.4BSD re-implementation of vi. Vi is the original screen based text editor for Unix systems. It is considered the standard text editor, and is available on almost all Unix systems. Nvi is intended as a “bug-for-bug compatible” clone of the original BSD vi editor. As such, it doesn’t have a lot of snazzy features as do some of the other vi clones such as elvis and vim. However, if all you want is vi, this is the one to get.
1485 nyx-lib 5.0 Open webOS portability layer used to isolate the remainder of webOS from dependencies on the hardware and core OS upon which it is running; implemented as a shared library
1486 oaf 0.6.10 The GNOME Object Activation Framework. OAF is the new Object Activation Framework for GNOME. OAF has a similar purpose to gnorba, the GNOME 1.x CORBA activation library, and will replace it for GNOME 2.0. It allows you to do much more powerful activation queries than gnorba. Each server is described by an XML file that defines its attributes. When querying or activating, one may specify complex requirements using the OAF query language.
1487 ocfs2-tools 1.4 OCFS2 Tools is a collection of utility programs to create, manage, debug and repair the OCFS2 filesystem. It includes utilities like mkfs.ocfs2(8), fsck.ocfs2(8), tunefs.ocfs2(8), mount.ocfs2(8) and debugfs.ocfs2(8).
1488 ocrad 0.21 GNU Ocrad is an OCR (Optical Character Recognition) program based on a feature extraction method. It reads images in pbm (bitmap), pgm (greyscale) or ppm (color) formats and produces text in byte (8-bit) or UTF-8 formats.
1489 oddjob 0.31.1 configuration file specifies D-Bus-level access controls for the com.redhat.oddjob service, in particular which users can invoke methods provided by the service
1490 ofed-docs n/a The OpenFabrics (OFED) software stack is designed to support server and storage clustering and grid connectivity using Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA)-based Infiniband and Internet Wide Area RDMA Protocol (iWARP) fabrics.
1491 ofono 1.14 The oFono Project is a mobile application development framework binary and source code.
1492 omping 0.0.4 utility for testing IP multicast
1493 opal 3.10.7 OPAL is a high-level interface for low-level physics engines used in games, robotics simulations, and other 3D applications.
1494 openafs 1.6.0 The AFS distributed filesystem- database server AFS is a distributed filesystem allowing cross-platform sharing of files among multiple computers. Facilities are provided for access control, authentication, backup and administrative management. It should be installed on the servers that will act as volume location and protection servers.
1495 openais 1.1.4 The openais project is a project to implement a production quality “Revised BSD” licensed implementation of the SA Forum’s Application Interface Specification. The project implements cutting edge research on virtual synchrony to provide 100% correct operation in the face of failures or partitionable networks with excellent performance characteristics.
1496 opencc 0.3.0 Libraries for Simplified-Traditional Chinese Conversion
1497 OpenChange 2.0 Open source version of MS Exchange Server and protocols
1498 openCryptoki 3.2 openCryptoki is a PKCS#11 implementation for Linux. It includes drivers and libraries to enable IBM cryptographic hardware as well as a software token for testing.
1499 openct 0.6.20 OpenCT implements drivers for several smart card readers. It comes as driver in ifdhandler format for PC/SC-Lite, as CT-API driver, or as a small and lean middleware, so applications can use it with minimal overhead. OpenCT also has a primitive mechanism to export smart card readers to remote machines via tcp/ip.
1500 OpenEXR 1.7.1 OpenEXR is a high dynamic-range (HDR) image file format developed by Industrial Light & Magic for use in computer imaging applications.
1501 openh323 The OpenH323 project provides full featured, interoperable, Open Source implementation of the ITU H.323 teleconferencing protocol that can be used by personal developers and commercial users without charge.
1502 openhpi 3.0.0 OpenHPI provides an open source implementation of the Service Availability Forum (SAF) Hardware Platform Interface (HPI).
1503 openib 1.4.1 OpenIB provides an Infiniband networking software stack that is scalable, reliable, fast and open.
1504 OpenIPMI 2.0.19 OpenIPMI is an effort to create a full-function IPMI system to allow full access to all IPMI information on a server and to abstract it to a level that will make it easy to use. See the SourceForge page for the source code.
1505 open-iscsi 2.0.872 Open-iSCSI project is a high performance, transport independent, multi-platform implementation of RFC3720.
1506 openjade 1.3.2 Implementation of the DSSSL language OpenJade is an implementation of the ISO/IEC 10179:1996 standard DSSSL language. It is based on James Clark’s Jade software. This is the latest stable release of OpenJade. For the latest-and-greatest/bleeding-edge, install the `openjade’ package. The OpenJade processor, in conjunction with a DSSSL style sheet, is capable of translating SGML documents into other formats. Output formats currently supported are RTF, HTML, MIF, JadeTeX, or an XML representation of the flow object tree. Using it’s own non-standard system, it is also capable of transforming one SGML or XML DTD to another. Author: The OpenJade Team ( Homepage: http://
1507 openjdk The place to collaborate on an open-source implementation of the Java Platform, Standard Edition, and related projects
1508 openldap 2.4.39 OpenLDAP Software is an open source implementation of the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol.
1509 openldap2
1510 openldap-client 2.4.32 Part of package openldap.
1511 openlmi-networking 0.0.6 OpenLMI Networking providers
1512 openlmi-providers 0.0.15 A set of small OpenLMI providers
1513 openlmi-storage 0.4.1 OpenLMI Storage providers
1514 openlmi-tools 0.2 CLI tools for using OpenLMI providers
1515 openmotif 2.3.3 This is the Open Motif 2.2.1 runtime environment. It includes the Motif shared libraries, needed to run applications which are dynamically linked against Motif, and the Motif Window Manager “mwm”.
1516 openmpi 1.6 The Open MPI Project is an open source MPI-2 implementation that is developed and maintained by a consortium of academic, research, and industry partners. Open MPI is therefore able to combine the expertise, technologies, and resources from all across the High Performance Computing community in order to build the best MPI library available. Open MPI offers advantages for system and software vendors, application developers and computer science researchers.
1517 openobex 1.5 The overall goal of this project is to make an open source implementation of the Object Exchange (OBEX) protocol. OBEX is a session protocol and can best be described as a binary HTTP protocol.
1518 OpenOffice 4.1.1 The Apache OpenOffice office suite.
1519 OpenOffice_org n/a is a comprehensive office package featuring a word processor, a spreadsheet, a presentation program, and much more. Same as OpenOffice.
1520 OpenOffice_org-Quickstarter 2.0.3 Update to the final release of 2.0. The update fixes a large number of bugs in all areas.
1521 opensc 0.12.2 OpenSC has a small low level tool for exploring your smart card.
1522 openscap 0.9.2 Set of open source libraries enabling integration of the SCAP line of standards
1523 openshift-origin-auth-mongo OpenShift plugin for mongo authentication service
1524 openshift-origin-broker OpenShift Origin broker components
1525 openshift-origin-broker-util 1.18.0 OpenShift Origin administrative tools for the broker.
1526 openshift-origin-cartridge-abstract 1.10.1 OpenShift Origin common cartridge components
1527 openshift-origin-common Common library code for OpenShift subsystem
1528 openshift-origin-console This contains the console configuration components of OpenShift.
1529 openshift-origin-controller Rails engine for the OpenShift Broker API
1530 openshift-origin-dns-bind OpenShift plugin for BIND service
1531 openshift-origin-msg-broker-mcollective 0.1.1 OpenShift Origin plugin for mcollective service
1532 openshift-origin-msg-common Provides the common dependencies of the msg components for OpenShift broker and node.
1533 openshift-origin-msg-node-mcollective M-Collective agent file for openshift-origin
1534 openshift-origin-node Application container runtime for OpenShift
1535 openshift-origin-node-proxy Routing proxy for OpenShift Origin Node.
1536 openshift-origin-node-util This package contains a set of utility scripts for a OpenShift node.
1537 openshift-origin-port-proxy Port proxy for OpenShift Origin
1538 openslp 2.0.0 The OpenSLP project is an effort to develop an open-source implementation of Service Location Protocol suitable for commercial and non-commercial application.
1539 opensm 3.3.18 opensm is an InfiniBand compliant Subnet Manager and Administration, and runs on top of OpenIB.
1540 opensp 1.5.2 The OpenSP package contains a C++ library for using SGML/XML files. This is useful for validating, parsing and manipulating SGML and XML documents.
1541 openssh 6.6.1p1 The open source implementation of the Secure Shell (SSH) protocol.
1542 openssl 1.0.1e The openssl certificate management tool and the shared libraries that provide various encryption and decription algorithms and protocols, including DES, RC4,RSA and SSL. This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in theOpenSSL Toolkit (http:// This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young( This product includes software written by Tim Hudson (
1543 openssl-ibmca 2.1.1 This package contains a shared object OpenSSL dynamic engine for the IBM eServer Cryptographic Accelerator (ICA).
1544 Openstack Horizon 10.0.1 Provides a web based user interface to OpenStack services including Nova, Swift, Keystone, et
1545 OpenStack-Ceilometer 7.0.1 OpenStack measurement collection service
1546 OpenStack-Cinder 9.1.0 OpenStack Volume service
1547 OpenStack-Glance 13.0.0 OpenStack Image Service API and Server
1548 OpenStack-Heat 7.0.1 OpenStack Orchestration
1549 OpenStack-Keystone 10.0.0 OpenStack Identity Service API
1550 OpenStack-Neutron 9.1.1 OpenStack Virtual Network Service
1551 OpenStack-Nova 14.0.2 OpenStack Compute
1552 OpenStack-Swift 2.10.1 OpenStack Object Storage Service
1553 OpenStack-Utils 2016.1-1 Utilities to aid in setup and configuration of OpenStack
1554 OpenSwan 2.6.38 Openswan is an implementation of IPsec for Linux and is licensed under the GPLv2 with some modules having a different (BSD) license. See the LICENSE and COPYING for more details.
1555 openvpn 2.2.2 OpenVPN is an application to securely tunnel IP networks over a single UDP or TCP port. It can be used to access remote sites, make secure point-to-point connections, enhance wireless security, etc.
1556 openvswitch 2.5.0 Open vSwitch is a multilayer virtual switch.
1557 openwbem 3.2.2 OpenWBEM is an enterprise-grade open-source implementation of WBEM, written in C++, suitable for commercial and non-commercial applications. It provides a foundation for development of management frameworks that overcome cross-platform barriers and empower true interoperability. Developers can use OpenWBEM as a management agent and WBEM framework to provide applications for configuration and change management, system health monitoring, and enterprise-wide management functionality.
1558 openwsman 2.3.6 Open source Implementation of WS-Management
1559 openxdas 0.8.351 OpenXDAS is an open source implementation of the OpenGroup’s Distributed Auditing System released under the BSD open source license. The XDAS standard was defined in 1998 by an OG working group with representation from several software companies supporting various flavors of Unix and other operating systems. XDAS was never taken beyond preliminary specification – probably due to a general lack of enthusiasm in the world on the subject of auditing. Nevertheless, XDAS was designed by experts in the field of auditing and security-related logging services.
1560 opie 2.4 OPIE (Open Palmtop Integrated Environment) is a completely open source based graphical user interface for PDAs and other devices running Linux. It is a fork of Trolltech’s Qtopia environment.[1].
1561 oprofile 0.9.9 OProfile is a system-wide profiler for Linux systems, capable of profiling all running code at low overhead. OProfile is released under the GNU GPL.
1562 opus 1.0.1 An audio codec for use in low-delay speech and audio communication
1563 ORBit2 2.14.19 A CORBA ORB (used with Gnome) ORBit2 is a high-performance CORBA ORB originally designed for use with the GNOME project. (Nothing about it requires GNOME, though.) This package contains command-line utilities, such as name-client-2, orbit-name-server-2 and ior-decode-2.
1564 orca 3.6.0 A flexible, extensible, and powerful assistive technology that provides end-user access to applications and toolkits that support the AT-SPI (e.g., the GNOME desktop). With early input from and continued engagement with its end users, Orca has been designed and implemented by the Sun Microsystems, Inc., Accessibility Program Office.
1565 oro n/a The Jakarta-ORO Java classes are a set of text-processing Java classes that provide Perl5 compatible regular expressions, AWK-like regular expressions, glob expressions, and utility classes for performing substitutions, splits, filtering filenames, etc. This library is the successor to the OROMatcher, AwkTools, PerlTools, and TextTools libraries from ORO, Inc. ( They have been donated to the Jakarta Project by Daniel Savarese (, the copyright holder of the ORO libraries. Daniel will continue to participate in their development under the Jakarta Project.
1566 oslo.concurrency 3.14.0 The oslo concurrency library has utilities for safely running multi-thread, multi-process applications using locking mechanisms and for running external processes.
1567 oslo.config 3.17.0 An OpenStack library for parsing configuration options from the command line and configuration files
1568 oslo.i18n 3.9.0 Internationalization and translation library
1569 oslo.policy 1.14.0 Rules engine for enforcing policy
1570 oslo.serialization 2.13.0 Serialization functionality with special handling for some common types used in OpenStack.
1571 oslo.utils 3.16.0 A library of various low-level utility modules.
1572 oslo-config 1.1.0 OpenStack common configuration library
1573 os-prober 1.65 This package detects other OSes available on a system and outputs the results in a generic machine-readable format.
1574 ostree 2016.12 OSTree is a tool for managing bootable, immutable, versioned filesystem trees. While it takes over some of the roles of tradtional “package managers” like dpkg and rpm, it is not a package system; nor is it a tool for managing full disk images. Instead, it sits between those levels, offering a blend of the advantages (and disadvantages) of both.
1575 ovirt-engine 4.0.2 Web-based virtualization management engine
1576 ovirt-guest-agent;a=tree;h=0f5c698abc35dc10dfb993ab6fed8c8e0d5aeb7d;hb=f7e12123ec3effe37cc1da9247c2d2a4b6d724cc This is the oVirt management agent running inside the guest. The agent interfaces with the oVirt manager, supplying heart-beat info as well as run-time data from within the guest itself. The agent also accepts control commands to be run executed within the OS (like: shutdown and restart).
1577 ovirt-node 3.0.3 Basic virtualization node
1578 p11-kit 0.20.7 Library for loading and sharing PKCS#11 modules
1579 pacemaker 1.1.8 High Availability cluster resource manager
1580 PackageKit 0.8.3 PackageKit allows to perform simple software management tasks over a DBus interface e.g refreshing the cache, updating, installing and removing software packages or searching for multimedia codecs and file handlers.
1581 packstack 2014.2 Openstack Install Utility
1582 pam 1.3.0 (Pluggable Authentication Modules): A replaceable user authentication module for system security, which allows programs to be written without knowing which authentication scheme will be used. This allows a module to be replaced later with a different module without requiring rewriting the software.
1583 pam_apparmor SUSE AppArmor has a PAM module that a can be used to attach profiles based off of authentication done at the user or task level.
1584 pam_ccreds 10 The pam_ccreds module provides the means for Linux workstations to locally authenticate using an enterprise identity when the network is unavailable. Used in conjunction with the nss_updatedb utility, it provides a mechanism for disconnected use of network directories. They are designed to work with pam_ldap and nss_ldap, also available from PADL.
1585 pam_krb5 2.4.1 The pam_krb5 module is a Pluggable Authentication Module (PAM) thatcan be used with Linux-PAM and Kerberos 5. The pam_krb5 module supports password checking, ticket creation, optional TGT verification and conversion to Kerberos IV tickets. The pam_krb5afs module, for AFStokens, is also included in this package.
1586 pam_ldap 185 This package includes two LDAP access clients: nss_ldap and pam_ldap. Nss_ldap is a set of C library extensions that allow X.500 and LDAP directory servers to be used as a primary source of aliases, ethers, groups, hosts, networks, protocol, users, RPCs, services, and shadow passwords (instead of or in addition to using flat files or NIS). Pam_ldap is a module for Linux-PAM that supports password changes, V2clients, Netscape’s SSL, ypldapd, Netscape Directory Server password policies, access authorization, and crypted hashes.
1587 pam_mount 2.13 This module is aimed at environments with central file servers that a user wishes to mount on login and unmount on logout, such as (semi-)diskless stations where many users can logon and where statically mounting the entire /home from a server is a security risk, or listing all possible volumes in /etc/fstab is not feasible.
1588 pam_openshift The Openshift PAM module configures proper SELinux context for processes in a session.
1589 pam_passwdqc 1.2.2 pam_passwdqc is a simple password strength checking module for PAM-aware password changing programs, such as passwd(1). In addition to checking regular passwords, it offers support for passphrases and can provide randomly generated ones. All features are optional and can be (re-)configured without rebuilding.
1590 pam_pkcs11 0.6.3 This Linux-PAM login module allows a X.509 certificate based user login. The certificate and its dedicated private key are thereby accessed by means of an appropriate PKCS #11 module. For the verification of the users’ certificates, locally stored CA certificates as well as either online or locally accessible CRLs are used.
1591 pam_pwdfile 0.99 PAM module for authenticating against passwd-like files.
1592 pam_radius 1.3.17 The pam_radius module provides authentication services based upon the RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial In User Service) protocol for the PAM (Pluggable Authentication Module) framework.
1593 pam_smb 2.0.0rc5 pam_smb is a PAM module/server which allows authentication of UNIX users using an NT server.
1594 pam_ssh 1.97 This PAM module provides single sign-on behavior for SSH. The user types an SSH passphrase when logging in (probably to GDM, KDM, or XDM) and is authenticated if the passphrase successfully decrypts the user’s SSH private key. In the PAM session phase, an ssh-agent process is started and keys are added. For the entire session, the user can SSH to other hosts that accept key authentication without typing any passwords.
1595 pam-config 0.88 pam-config is a command line utility to maintain the common PAM
configuration files included by most PAM application configuration
files. It can be used to configure a system for different network or
hardware based authentication schemes. pam-config can also
add/adjust/remove other PAM modules and their options.
pam-config is a core configuration tool of openSUSE and SUSE Linux Enterprise.
1596 pam-modules 1.1.4 Subpackage of main PAM release. The point of having modules is that you can just plug them in(!) In other words, they do not need to be compiled at the same time as the PAM library to work.
1597 pango 1.34.1 Pango is a system for layout and rendering of internationalized text.
1598 papi 4.4.0 Performance Application Programming Interface
1599 paps 0.6.8 Paps reads a UTF-8 encoded file and generates a PostScript language rendering of the file. The rendering is done by creating outline curves through the pango ft2 backend.
1600 parted 3.1 parted is a disk partitioning and partition resizing program. It allows you to create, destroy, resize, move and copy ext2, ext3, linux-swap, FAT and FAT32 partitions. This is useful for creating space for new operating systems, reorganising disk usage, and copying data to new hard disks.
1601 passivetex 1.25 PassiveTeX is a library of TeX macros which can be used to process an XML document which results from an XSL transformation to formatting objects.
1602 passwd 0.79 Passwd is a text file, that contains a list of the system’s accounts, giving for each account some useful information like user ID, group ID, home directory, shell, etc. Often, it also contains the encrypted passwords for each account. It should have general read permission (many utilities, like ls(1) use it to map user IDs to user names), but write access only for the superuser.
1603 patch 2.7.1 Security updates to products are often referred to as “patches” because they fix one small part of the product rather than updating the entire product. Analogy: Imagine that you are in a rubber raft that seems to be sinking. You look around on the boat and see small holes. You use your patch kit to fix the small holes rather than building yourself a new boat. Key point: The software you are using today likely has security holes that nobody has discovered yet. It seems unlikely, but this has been the historical precidence, whether you are using open-source (e.g. Linux), Microsoft products, or class UNIX systems (e.g. Sun). Therefore, if you don’t keep up with the latest software, you will eventually get hacked. From Hacking-Lexicon
1604 patchutils 0.3.2 Utilities to work with patches This package includes the following utilities: – combinediff creates a cumulative patch from two incremental patches – filterdiff extracts or excludes diffs from a diff file – fixcvsdiff fixes diff files created by CVS that “patch” mis-interprets – grepdiff shows which files are modified by a patch matching a regex – interdiff shows differences between two unified diff files – lsdiff shows which files are modified by a patch – rediff fixes offsets and counts of a hand-edited diff – splitdiff separates out incremental patches
1605 pax 3.4 Private Automatic eXchange
1606 pax-utils 0.4 ELF related utils for ELF 32/64 binaries that can check files for security relevant properties
1607 pbnjson 1.8.0 Palm’s Better Native JSON library. Supports schemas and has C and C++ APIs.
1608 pciutils 3.2.1 Linux PCI Utilities (for 2.[1234].x kernels) This package contains various utilities for inspecting and setting of devices connected to the PCI bus. Requires kernel version 2.1.82 or newer (supporting the /proc/ bus/pci interface).
1609 pcmcia 18 Same as pcmciautils.
1610 pcmcia-cs 2.6 PCMCIA Card Services for Linux. PCMCIA cards are commonly used in laptops to provide expanded capabilities, such as modems, increased memory, etc. Some desktop PCs can accept PCMCIA cards as well, although this is rare. Card Services for Linux is a complete PCMCIA support package. It includes a set of client drivers for specific cards, and a card manager daemon that can respond to card insertion and removal events, loading and unloading drivers on demand. It supports “hot swapping” of PCMCIA cards, so cards can be inserted and ejected at any time. The actual kernel modules required for this package are contained in the pcmcia-modules-(kernel version) package, where (kernel version) is the version of the kernel for which the modules have been compiled. The wireless-tools package is required by wireless network adapters. The hotplug package is required by 2.4 (and later) series kernels to use PCI (Cardbus) devices.
1611 pcmciautils 18 This package provides PCMCIA initialisation tools for Linux 2.6.13-rc1 or later, replacing the old pcmcia-cs tools used with earlier kernel versions. PCMCIA cards are commonly used in laptops to provide expanded capabilities such as network connections, modems, increased memory, etc.
1612 pcp 3.6.8 System-level performance monitoring and performance management
1613 pcre 8.32 Perl-compatible regular expression library. PCRE has its own native API, but a set of “wrapper” functions that are based on the POSIX API are also supplied in the library libpcreposix. Note that this just provides a POSIX calling interface to PCRE; the regular expressions themselves still follow Perl syntax and semantics. The header file for the POSIX-style functions is called pcreposix.h.
1614 pcs 0.9.26 Corosync & Pacemaker configuration tool
1615 pcsc-lite 1.8.6 PCSC Lite resource manager daemon The purpose of PCSC Lite is to provide a Windows(R) SCard interface in a very small form factor for communicating to smartcards and readers. The PCSC daemon is used to dynamically allocate/deallocate reader drivers at runtime and manage connections to the readers.
1616 pcsc-lite-ccid 1.4.21;a=tree;h=a53f80839e4dd032c8920f2d7a871e6d12c89318;hb=65886986170191a4b825bbf4701428e2d8442f1d Generic USB CCID (Chip/Smart Card Interface Devices) driver for use with the PC/SC Lite daemon.
1617 pegasus 2.11.1 Pegasus is an open-source implementationof the DMTF CIM and WBEM standards. It is designed to be portable and highly modular. It is coded in C++ so that it effectively translates the object concepts of the CIM objects into a programming model but still retains the speed and efficiency of a compiled language. Pegasus is designed to be inherently portable and builds and runs today on most versionsof UNIX(R), Linux, OpenVMS, and Microsoft Windows.
1618 perf 3.4 Userland tools for Linux Performance Counters
1619 perftest 2.3 This is a collection of tests written using Infiniband verbs intended for use as a performance micro-benchmark. The tests can measure the latency and bandwidth of Infiniband fabrics.
1620 perl 5.24.0 Practical Extraction and Report Language
1621 perl-Archive-Tar 1.88 a subclass for in-memory extracted file from Archive::Tar
1622 perl-Archive-Zip 1.30 Perl comes with a wide variety of both built-in functions and external modules to manipulate different file formats. In particular, it has the ability to dynamically create and read compressed ZIP archives without relying on external tools and utilities, via its Archive::Zip module. This tutorial runs you through the basics, illustrating the most common uses of this module.
1623 perl-BerkeleyDB 0.51 This Perl module provides an interface to most of the functionality available in Berkeley DB versions 2, 3 and 4. In general it is safe to assume that the interface provided here to be identical to the Berkeley DB interface. The main changes have been to make the Berkeley DB API work in a Perl way. Note that if you are using Berkeley DB 2.x, the new features available in Berkeley DB 3.x or DB 4.x are not available via this module.
1624 perl-Bit-Vector 7.2 A bit vector is just an array of bits; subsets of bits within the bytes have some meaning. That allows more compact storage for certain types of data. For example, if you only needed boolean on-off values, you can store eight values in one byte. If your values require more than byte sized bits, the bits you require can still be packed more efficiently; if you need 10 bits, you can pack eight of those in an ten byte string (rather than the 16 or 32 bytes you might otherwise use).
1625 perl-Bootloader 0.4.32 Perl-Bootloader response for kernel post-install bootloader update script. Current target is ensure, that you have in your bootloader actually kernel and also that entries for old kernel is removed. This is problematic for some complex or manually enhanced configuration. In this case perl-Bootloader should somehow break your settings (this mean you still can boot, but your enhancement or extra sections can dismiss). This should change in future as noticed in bugzilla .
1626 perl-BSD-Resource 1.29.04 BSD-Resource module for perl.
1627 perl-Business-ISBN 2.03 Perl module to handle ISBNs
1628 perl-Business-ISBN-Data 1.15
1629 perl-Carp 1.36 The Carp routines are useful in your own modules because they act like die() or warn(), but with a message which is more likely to be useful to a user of your module. In the case of cluck, confess, and longmess that context is a summary of every call in the call-stack. For a shorter message you can use carp or croak which report the error as being from where your module was called. There is no guarantee that that is where the error was, but it is a good educated guess.
1630 perl-Carp-Clan 6.04 This module is based on “” from Perl 5.005_03. It has been modified to skip all package names matching the pattern given in the “use” statement inside the “qw()” term (or argument list).
1631 perl-Compress-Raw-Bzip2 2069 Low-Level Interface to bzip2 compression library
1632 perl-Compress-Raw-Zlib 2069 Low-Level Interface to zlib compression library
1633 perl-Compress-Zlib 2.015 The Compress::Zlib module provides a Perl interface to the zlib compression library (see AUTHOR for details about where to get zlib).
1634 perl-Config-Crontab 1.33 Config::Crontab reads and writes (and pretty-prints) your crontab(5) files. It is compatible with Vixie-style crontabs (and all subsets, including Solaris’ SysV-style crontabs).
1635 perl-Config-General 2.63 This module opens a config file and parses its contents for you. The new method requires one parameter which needs to be a filename. The method getall returns a hash which contains all options and its associated values of your config file. The format of config files supported by Config::General is inspired by the well known Apache config format, in fact, this module is 100% compatible to Apache configs, but you can also just use simple name/value pairs in your config files. In addition to the capabilities of an Apache config file it supports some enhancements such as here-documents, C-style comments or multiline options.
1636 perl-Config-IniFiles 2.77 A module for reading .ini-style configuration files.
1637 perl-constant 1.33 This pragma allows you to declare constants at compile-time: use constant PI => 4 * atan2(1, 1); When you declare a constant such as “PI” using the method shown above, each machine your script runs upon can have as many digits of accuracy as it can use. Also, your program will be easier to read, more likely to be maintained (and maintained correctly), and far less likely to send a space probe to the wrong planet because nobody noticed the one equation in which you wrote 3.14195. When a constant is used in an expression, Perl replaces it with its value at compile time, and may then optimize the expression further. In particular, any code in an “if (CONSTANT)” block will be optimized away if the constant is false.
1638 perl-Convert-ASN1 0.26 Convert::ASN1 encodes and decodes ASN.1 data structures using BER/DER rules.
1639 perl-Convert-TNEF 0.17 TNEF stands for Transport Neutral Encapsulation Format, and if you’ve never been unfortunate enough to receive one of these files as an email attachment, you may want to use this module.
1640 perl-Convert-UUlib 1.4 Perl interface to the uulib library (a.k.a. uudeview/uuenview).
1641 perl-Crypt-SmbHash 0.12 This module provides functions to generate LM/NT hashes used in Samba’s ‘password’ files, like smbpasswd.
1642 perl-Crypt-SSLeay 0.64 This perl module provides support for the https protocol under LWP, so that a LWP::UserAgent can make https GET & HEAD & POST requests. Please see perldoc LWP for more information on POST requests. The Crypt::SSLeay package contains Net::SSL, which is automatically loaded by LWP::Protocol::https on https requests, and provides the necessary SSL glue for that module to work.
1643 perl-Cyrus-IMAP 2.4.12 Internet Message Access Protocol. A protocol that allows a user to perform certain electronic mail functions on a remote server rather than on a local computer. Through IMAP the user can create, delete, or rename mailboxes; get new messages; delete messages; and perform search functions on mail. A separate protocol is required for sending mail. Also called Internet Mail Access Protocol.
1644 perl-Cyrus-SIEVE-managesieve 2.4.12 A Perl module for Cyrus SIEVE.
1645 perl-Data-ShowTable 3.3 routines to display tabular data in several formats.
1646 perl-Date-Calc 6.3 This package consists of a C library and a Perl module (which uses the C library, internally) for all kinds of date calculations based on the Gregorian calendar (the one used in all western countries today), thereby complying with all relevant norms and standards: ISO/R 2015-1971, DIN 1355 and, to some extent, ISO 8601 (where applicable). (See also ttp://
for a scan of part of the “DIN 1355” document (in German)).
1647 perl-DateManip 0.04 This is a set of routines designed to make any common date/time manipulation easy to do. Operations such as comparing two times, calculating a time a given amount of time from another, or parsing international times are all easily done.
1648 perl-DBD-mysql 4.022 DBD::mysql is the Perl5 Database Interface driver for the MySQL database. In other words: DBD::mysql is an interface between the Perl programming language and the MySQL programming API that comes with the MySQL relational database management system. Most functions provided by this programming API are supported. Some rarely used functions are missing, mainly because noone ever requested them.
1649 perl-DBD-Pg 2.19.3 DBD::Pg is a Perl module that works with the DBI module to provide access to PostgreSQL databases.
1650 perl-DBD-SQLite 1.37 Self-contained RDBMS in a DBI Driver.
1651 perl-DBI 1.622 The DBI is the standard database interface module for Perl. It defines a set of methods, variables and conventions that provide a consistent database interface independent of the actual database being used.
1652 perl-Digest-HMAC 1.03 HMAC is used for message integrity checks between two parties that share a secret key, and works in combination with some other Digest algorithm, usually MD5 or SHA-1. The HMAC mechanism is described in RFC 2104. HMAC follow the common Digest:: interface, but the constructor takes the secret key and the name of some other simple Digest:: as argument.
1653 perl-Digest-MD4 1.5 Perl interface to the RSA Data Security Inc
1654 perl-Digest-MD5 2.52 The Digest::MD5 module allows you to use the RSA Data Security Inc. MD5 Message Digest algorithm from within Perl programs. The algorithm takes as input a message of arbitrary length and produces as output a 128-bit “fingerprint” or “message digest” of the input.
1655 perl-Digest-SHA 5.96 Digest::SHA::PurePerl is a complete implementation of the NIST Secure Hash Standard. It gives Perl programmers a convenient way to calculate SHA-1, SHA-224, SHA-256, SHA-384, SHA-512, SHA-512/224, and SHA-512/256 message digests. The module can handle all types of input, including partial-byte data.
1656 perl-Digest-SHA1 2.13 Perl interface to the SHA-1 algorithm
1657 perl-Encode 2.78 The Encode module provides the interface between Perl strings and the rest of the system. Perl strings are sequences of characters.
1658 perl-Error 0.17024 The Error package provides two interfaces. Firstly Error provides a procedural interface to exception handling. Secondly Error is a base class for errors/exceptions that can either be thrown, for subsequent catch, or can simply be recorded.
1659 perl-Exporter 5.72 The Exporter module implements an import method which allows a module to export functions and variables to its users’ name spaces. Many modules use Exporter rather than implementing their own import method because Exporter provides a highly flexible interface, with an implementation optimized for the common case.
1660 perl-File-Listing 6.04 his module exports a single function called parse_dir(), which can be used to parse directory listings.
1661 perl-File-Path 2.09 This module provides a convenient way to create directories of arbitrary depth and to delete an entire directory subtree from the file system.
1662 perl-File-Tail 0.99.3 The primary purpose of File::Tail is reading and analysing log files while they are being written, which is especialy usefull if you are monitoring the logging process with a tool like Tobias Oetiker’s MRTG.
1663 perl-File-Temp 0.23.04 File::Temp can be used to create and open temporary files in a safe way. There is both a function interface and an object-oriented interface. The File::Temp constructor or the tempfile() function can be used to return the name and the open file handle of a temporary file. The tempdir() function can be used to create a temporary directory.
1664 perl-Filter 1.49 This article is about a little-known feature of Perl called source filters. Source filters alter the program text of a module before Perl sees it, much as a C preprocessor alters the source text of a C program before the compiler sees it. This article tells you more about what source filters are, how they work, and how to write your own.
The original purpose of source filters was to let you encrypt your program source to prevent casual piracy. This isn’t all they can do, as you’ll soon learn. But first, the basics.
1665 perl-Getopt-Long 2.47 The Getopt::Long module implements an extended getopt function called GetOptions(). It parses the command line from @ARGV, recognizing and removing specified options and their possible values. It adheres to the POSIX syntax for command line options, with GNU extensions. In general, this means that options have long names instead of single letters, and are introduced with a double dash “–“. Support for bundling of command line options, as was the case with the more traditional single-letter approach, is provided but not enabled by default.
1666 perl-gettext 1.05 gettext module for perl
1667 perl-HTML-Parser 3.71 Objects of the HTML::Parser class will recognize markup and separate it from plain text (alias data content) in HTML documents. As different kinds of markup and text are recognized, the corresponding event handlers are invoked.
1668 perl-HTML-Tagset 3.20 This module contains several data tables useful in various kinds of HTML parsing operations.
1669 perl-HTTP-Cookies 6.01 This class is for objects that represent a “cookie jar” — that is, a database of all the HTTP cookies that a given LWP::UserAgent object knows about.
1670 perl-HTTP-Tiny 0.064 This is a very simple HTTP/1.1 client, designed for doing simple GET requests without the overhead of a large framework like LWP::UserAgent. It is more correct and more complete than HTTP::Lite. It supports proxies (currently only non-authenticating ones) and redirection. It also correctly resumes after EINTR.
1671 perl-IO-Compress 2069 The Compress::Zlib module provides a Perl interface to the zlib compression library
1672 perl-IO-HTML 1.00 IO::HTML provides an easy way to open a file containing HTML while automatically determining its encoding. It uses the HTML5 encoding sniffing algorithm specified in section of the draft standard.
1673 perl-IO-Socket-INET6 2.69 Object interface for AF_INET|AF_INET6 domain sockets.
1674 perl-IO-Socket-IP 0.38
1675 perl-IO-Socket-SSL 1.94 Nearly transparent SSL encapsulation for IO::Socket::INET.
1676 perl-IO-String 1.08 The IO::String module provides the IO::File interface for in-core strings. An IO::String object can be attached to a string, and makes it possible to use the normal file operations for reading or writing data, as well as for seeking to various locations of the string. This is useful when you want to use a library module that only provides an interface to file handles on data that you have in a string variable.
1677 perl-IO-stringy 2.110 The IO::Scalar class implements objects which behave just like IO::Handle (or FileHandle) objects, except that you may use them to write to (or read from) scalars. These handles are automatically tiehandle’d (though please see “WARNINGS” for information relevant to your Perl version).
1678 perl-IO-Zlib 1.1 Style interface to Compress::Zlib
1679 perl-ldap 0.43 The perl-ldap distribution is a collection of perl modules which provide an object orientated interface to LDAP servers.
1680 perl-libwww 6.15 Perl web protocols library.
1681 perl-libwww-perl 6.05 The libwww-perl collection is a set of Perl modules which provides a simple and consistent application programming interface to the World-Wide Web. The main focus of the library is to provide classes and functions that allow you to write WWW clients. The library also contain modules that are of more general use and even classes that help you implement simple HTTP servers.
1682 perl-libxml-enno 1.02 libxml-enno contains the modules XML::DOM, XML::XQL, XML::Checker and several other packages used for parsing XML from Perl.
1683 perl-libxml-perl 0.08 libxml-perl is a collection of smaller Perl modules, scripts, and documents for working with XML in Perl. libxml-perl software works in combination with XML::Parser, PerlSAX, XML::DOM, XML::Grove and others.
1684 perl-MailTools 2.12 MailTools module for perl. (from rpm description)
1685 perl-MD5 2.03 The Digest::MD5 module allows you to use the RSA Data Security Inc. MD5 Message Digest algorithm from within Perl programs. The algorithm takes as input a message of arbitrary length and produces as output a 128-bit “fingerprint” or “message digest” of the input.
1686 perl-MIME-tools 5.503 MIME::Tools is module for parsing MIME entities.
1687 perl-modules 2.4.12 A Perl module is a self-contained piece of Perl code that can be used by a Perl program or by other Perl modules. It is conceptually similar to a C link library, or a C++ class.
1688 perl-Mon 0.11 An alternative of Cpu-z for linux
1689 perl-Mozilla-LDAP 1.5.3 PerLDAP, Perl-LDAP, is made up of two main components to write LDAP clients: An interface to the C SDK API, and a set of Object Oriented Perl classes. The API interface is almost 100% compatible with Netscape’s C SDK, but it’s harder to use than the OO layer. The Object oriented interface is ment to be an easier way to write most common LDAP clients. For more information, see the Mozilla Directory project home page.
1690 perl-Net_SSLeay 1.55 This module offers some high level convinience functions for accessing web pages on SSL servers (for symmetry, same API is offered for accessing http servers, too), a sslcat() function for writing your own clients, and finally access to the SSL api of SSLeay/OpenSSL package so you can write servers or clients for more complicated applications.
1691 perl-Net-Daemon 0.48 Net::Daemon is an abstract base class for implementing portable server applications in a very simple way. The module is designed for Perl 5.005 and threads, but can work with fork() and Perl 5.004.
1692 perl-Net-DNS 0.68 Net::DNS is a DNS resolver implemented in Perl. It allows the programmer to perform nearly any type of DNS query from a Perl script. For details and examples, please read the Net::DNS manual pages. To read about the latest features, see the Changes file. To find out about known bugs and to see what’s planned for future versions, see the TODO file.
1693 perl-Net-IP 1.25 This is the Net::IP module for Perl, designed to allow easy manipulation of IPv4 and IPv6 addresses. Two applications using the Net::IP module are included: ipcount, an IP address mini-calculator, it can calculate the number of IP addresses in a prefix or all the prefixes contained in a given range; and iptab, which prints out a handy IP “cheat sheet”.
1694 perl-Net-Server 0.97 Extensible, general Perl server engine.
1695 perl-Net-SSLeay 1.55 This module offers some high level convinience functions for accessing web pages on SSL servers (for symmetry, same API is offered for accessing http servers, too), a sslcat() function for writing your own clients, and finally access to the SSL api of SSLeay/OpenSSL package so you can write servers or clients for more complicated applications.
1696 perl-Net-Telnet 3.03 Net::Telnet allows you to make client connections to a TCP port and do network I/O, especially to a port using the TELNET protocol. Simple I/O methods such as print, get, and getline are provided. More sophisticated interactive features are provided because connecting to a TELNET port ultimately means communicating with a program designed for human interaction. These interactive features include the ability to specify a time-out and to wait for patterns to appear in the input stream, such as the prompt from a shell.
1697 perl-NetxAP 0.02 This module provides an interface to the protocol family represented by IMAP, IMSP, ACAP, and ICAP. A usable IMAP module is also provide.
1698 perl-OPENSSL 2.0.29 The Perl OpenSSL project hosts the development of Perl Crypt::OpenSSL::* modules that interface to OpenSSL libraries. All module authors are welcome to host their modules here; module development can be done alone or as a team.
1699 perl-parent 0.234 Allows you to both load one or more modules, while setting up inheritance from those modules at the same time. Mostly similar in effect to: package Baz; BEGIN { require Foo; require Bar; push @ISA, qw(Foo Bar); }
1700 perl-Parse-RecDescent 1.967009 Parse::RecDescent is a combination compiler and interpreter. The language it uses can be thought of roughly as a macro language like CPP’s, but the macros take no parameters. This may seem limiting, but the technique is very powerful nonetheless
1701 perl-Parse-Yapp 1.05 Parse::Yapp (Yet Another Perl Parser compiler) is a collection of modules that let you generate and use yacc like thread safe (reentrant) parsers with perl object oriented interface.
1702 perl-PathTools 3.56 This is the combined distribution for the File::Spec and Cwd modules.
1703 perl-PDA-Pilot 0.12.5 This package contains Perl modules for communicating with the Palm Pilot.
1704 perl-PlRPC 0.2020 PlRPC (Perl RPC) is a package for implementing servers and clients that are written in Perl entirely. The name is borrowed from Sun’s RPC (Remote Procedure Call), but it could as well be RMI like Java’s “Remote Method Interface), because PlRPC gives you the complete power of Perl’s OO framework in a very simple manner.
1705 perl-podlators 2.5.3 This package contains Pod::Man and Pod::Text modules which convert POD input to *roff source output, suitable for man pages, or plain text. It also includes several sub-classes of Pod::Text for formatted output to terminals with various capabilities.
1706 perl-Pod-Perldoc 3.25 perldoc looks up a piece of documentation in .pod format that is embedded in the perl installation tree or in a perl script, and displays it via “groff -man | $PAGER”. This is primarily used for the documentation for the perl library modules.
1707 perl-Pod-Simple 3.31 Pod::Simple is a Perl library for parsing text in the Pod (“plain old documentation”) markup language that is typically used for writing documentation for Perl and for Perl modules.
1708 perl-Pod-Usage 1.67 pod2usage will print a usage message for the invoking script (using its embedded POD documentation) and then exit the script with the desired exit status. The usage message printed may have any one of three levels of “verboseness”: If the verbose level is 0, then only a synopsis is printed. If the verbose level is 1, then the synopsis is printed along with a description (if present) of the command line options and arguments. If the verbose level is 2, then the entire manual page is printed.
1709 perl-Scalar-List-Utils 1.42 This package contains a selection of subroutines that people have expressed would be nice to have in the perl core, but the usage would not really be high enough to warrant the use of a keyword, and the size so small such that being individual extensions would be wasteful.
1710 perl-SGMLSpm 1.03ii Perl library for parsing the output of nsgmls.
1711 perl-SNMP 5.0401 The Net-SNMP distribution comes complete with a PERL module. You’ll notice that several SNMP modules exist in CPAN but these are deprecated and should not be used.
1712 perl-Socket 2.02 This module provides a variety of constants, structure manipulators and other functions related to socket-based networking. The values and functions provided are useful when used in conjunction with Perl core functions such as socket(), setsockopt() and bind(). It also provides several other support functions, mostly for dealing with conversions of network addresses between human-readable and native binary forms, and for hostname resolver operations.
1713 perl-Socket6 0.23 IPv6 related part of the C socket.h defines and structure manipulators.
1714 perl-spamassassin 3.3.2 SpamAssassin is a rule-based spam identification tool. It’s written in Perl, and there are several ways of using it: You can call a client program, spamassassin, and have it determine whether a given message is likely to be spam; you can do essentially the same thing but use a client/server approach so that your client isn’t always loading and parsing the rules each time mail comes; or, finally, you can use a Perl module interface to filter spam from a Perl program.
1715 perl-Storable 2.53 The Storable package brings persistence to your Perl data structures containing scalar, array, hash or reference objects, i.e. anything that can be conveniently stored to disk and retrieved at a later time.
1716 perl-String-CRC32 1.4 The CRC32 module calculates CRC sums of 32 bit lenghts. It generates the same CRC values as ZMODEM, PKZIP, PICCHECK and many others.
1717 perl-Term-ANSIColor 4.03 This module has two interfaces, one through color() and colored() and the other through constants. It also offers the utility functions uncolor(), colorstrip(), colorvalid(), and coloralias(), which have to be explicitly imported to be used.
1718 perl-TermReadKey 2.30 Term::ReadKey is a compiled perl module dedicated to providing simple control over terminal driver modes (cbreak, raw, cooked, etc.,) support for non-blocking reads, if the architecture allows, and some generalized handy functions for working with terminals. One of the main goals is to have the functions as portable as possible, so you can just plug in “use Term::ReadKey” on any architecture and have a good likelyhood of it working.
1719 perl-Term-ReadLine-Gnu 1.20 Term::ReadLine – Perl interface to various readline packages. If no real package is found, substitutes stubs instead of basic functions.
1720 perl-Text-ParseWords 3.3 The nested_quotewords() and quotewords() functions accept a delimiter (which can be a regular expression) and a list of lines and then breaks those lines up into a list of words ignoring delimiters that appear inside quotes. quotewords() returns all of the tokens in a single long list, while nested_quotewords() returns a list of token lists corresponding to the elements of @lines. parse_line() does tokenizing on a single string. The quotewords() functions simply call &parse_line(), so if you’re only splitting one line you can call parse_line() directly and save a function call.
1721 perl-threads 2.02 Since Perl 5.8, thread programming has been available using a model called interpreter threads which provides a new Perl interpreter for each thread, and, by default, results in no data or state information being shared between threads. (Prior to Perl 5.8, 5005threads was available through the “” API. This threading model has been deprecated, and was removed as of Perl 5.10.0.)
1722 perl-threads-shared 1.48 By default, variables are private to each thread, and each newly created thread gets a private copy of each existing variable. This module allows you to share variables across different threads (and pseudo-forks on Win32). It is used together with the threads module.
1723 perl-Tie-IxHash 1.22 This Perl module implements Perl hashes that preserve the order in which the hash elements were added. The order is not affected when values corresponding to existing keys in the IxHash are changed. The elements can also be set to any arbitrary supplied order. The familiar perl array operations can also be performed on the IxHash.
1724 perl-TimeDate 2.30 TimeDate module for perl
1725 perl-Time-HiRes 19.725 The Time::HiRes module implements a Perl interface to the usleep, nanosleep, ualarm, gettimeofday, and setitimer/getitimer system calls, in other words, high resolution time and timers. See the “EXAMPLES” section below and the test scripts for usage; see your system documentation for the description of the underlying nanosleep or usleep, ualarm, gettimeofday, and setitimer/getitimer calls.
1726 perl-Time-Local 1.23 This module provides functions that are the inverse of built-in perl functions localtime() and gmtime(). They accept a date as a six-element array, and return the corresponding time(2) value in seconds since the system epoch (Midnight, January 1, 1970 GMT on Unix, for example). This value can be positive or negative, though POSIX only requires support for positive values, so dates before the system’s epoch may not work on all operating systems.
1727 perl-Time-Period 1.20 The inPeriod function determines if a given time falls within a given period. inPeriod returns 1 if the time does fall within the given period, 0 if not, and -1 if inPeriod detects a malformed time or period.
1728 perl-Tk 804.029 Tk is a GUI toolkit developed by John Ousterhout, initially as a Tcl extension, to facilitate the creation of graphical user interfaces. Since then, it has grown in popularity, and as a result has been ported to many different languages. Nick Ing-Simmons ported Tk to Perl, giving us Perl/Tk.
1729 perl-Unix-Syslog 1.1 This module provides an interface to the system logger syslogd(8) via Perl’s XSUBs. The implementation attempts to resemble the native libc-functions of your system, so that anyone being familiar with syslog.h should be able to use this module right away.
1730 perl-URI 1.60 This module implements the URI class. Objects of this class represent “Uniform Resource Identifier references” as specified in RFC 2396 (and updated by RFC 2732).
1731 perl-X500-DN 0.29 This module handles X.500 DNs (Distinguished Names). Currently, it parses DN strings formatted according to RFC 2253 syntax into an internal format and produces RFC 2253 formatted string from it.
1732 perl-XML-DOM 1.44 XML::DOM::PerlSAX was renamed to XML::Handler::BuildDOM to comply with naming conventions for PerlSAX filters/handlers.
1733 perl-XML-Dumper 0.81 XML::Dumper dumps Perl data to XML format. XML::Dumper can also read XML data that was previously dumped by the module and convert it back to Perl. You can use the module read the XML from a file and write the XML to a file. Perl objects are blessed back to their original packaging; if the modules are installed on the system where the perl objects are reconstituted from xml, they will behave as expected. Intuitively, if the perl objects are converted and reconstituted in the same environment, all should be well. And it is.
1734 perl-XML-Encoding 2.08 This module, which is built as a subclass of XML::Parser, provides a parser for encoding map files, which are XML files. The file maps/encmap.dtd in the distribution describes the structure of these files. Calling a parse method returns the name of the encoding map (obtained from the name attribute of the root element). The contents of the map are processed through the callback functions push_prefix, pop_prefix, and range_set.
1735 perl-XML-Generator 1.04 In general, once you have an XML::Generator object, you then simply call methods on that object named for each XML tag you wish to generate.
1736 perl-XML-Grove 0.46alpha XML::Grove::PerlSAX is a PerlSAX parser that generates PerlSAX events from XML::Grove objects. This man page summarizes the specific options, handlers, and properties supported by XML::Grove::PerlSAX; please refer to the PerlSAX standard in `PerlSAX.pod’ for general usage information.
1737 perl-XML-LibXML 2.0004 This module is an interface to libxml2, providing XML and HTML parsers with DOM, SAX and XMLReader interfaces, a large subset of DOM Layer 3 interface and a XML::XPath-like interface to XPath API of libxml2. The module is split into several packages which are not described in this section; unless stated otherwise, you only need to use XML::LibXML; in your programs.
1738 perl-XML-LibXML-Common 0.13 XML::LibXML::Common defines constants for all node types and provides interface to libxml2 charset conversion functions.
1739 perl-XML-NamespaceSupport 1.11 This module offers a simple to process namespaced XML names (unames) from within any application that may need them. It also helps maintain a prefix to namespace URI map, and provides a number of basic checks.
1740 perl-XML-Parser 2.41 XML::Parser::PerlSAX is a PerlSAX parser using the XML::Parser module. This man page summarizes the specific options, handlers, and properties supported by XML::Parser::PerlSAX; please refer to the PerlSAX standard in `PerlSAX.pod’ for general usage information.
1741 perl-XML-RegExp 0.03 This package contains regular expressions for the following XML tokens: BaseChar, Ideographic, Letter, Digit, Extender, CombiningChar, NameChar, EntityRef, CharRef, Reference, Name, NmToken, and AttValue.
1742 perl-XML-SAX 0.99 This module implements an XML parser in pure perl. It is written around the upcoming perl 5.8’s unicode support and support for multiple document encodings (using the PerlIO layer), however it has been ported to work with ASCII/UTF8 documents under lower perl versions.
1743 perl-XML-Simple 2.20 Easy API to maintain XML (esp config files)
1744 perl-XML-Twig 3.41 This module provides a way to process XML documents. It is build on top of XML::Parser.
1745 perl-XML-Writer 0.623 XML::Writer is a helper module for Perl programs that write an XML document. The module handles all escaping for attribute values and character data and constructs different types of markup, such as tags, comments, and processing instructions.
1746 permissions SUSE All of the files on a Linux system have permissions that allow or prevent others from viewing, modifying or executing. The super user “root” has the ability to access any file on the system. Each file has access restrictions, user restrictions and have an owner/group association.
1747 pfmon 4.2.0 This package contains pfmon, a tool to monitor performance using CPU Performance Monitoring Units (PMUs). Pfmon can monitor standalone programs or the entire system on both UP and SMP Linux systems. This version supports both the Itanium and Itanium 2 processors, Pentium M/P6 and AMD x86_64. It requires a kernel perfmon-2.x subsystem to function properly, which implies at least a 2.6.12 kernel.
1748 pgperl
1749 php 5.4.7 The module makes it possible to execute PHP code, call PHP functions and methods, manipulate PHP arrays, and create PHP objects.
1750 php5-filepro n/a PHP functions for read-only access to data stored in filePro databases.
1751 php5-mysqli 1.5.0 This package provides a module for MySQL database connections directly from PHP scripts. This new “Improved” interface should only be used to connect to MySQL databases greater than version 4.1. For older MySQL servers, please use the functions from the php5-mysql extension instead, which this package depends on.
1752 php5-pear 1.9.4 PEAR is a code repository for PHP extensions and PHP library code similar to TeX’s CTAN and Perl’s CPAN. This package provides an access to the repository.
1753 php5-pear-log 1.12.7 The Log framework for PEAR provides an abstracted logging system. It supports logging to console, file, syslog, SQL, Sqlite, mail and mcal targets. It also provides a subject – observer mechanism.
1754 php5-zlib n/a PHP functions to read and write gzip (.gz) compressed files.
1755 php-modules
1756 php-pear 1.9.4 PEAR is a framework and distribution system for reusable PHP components.
1757 php-pgsql 5.4.7 SUSE sub-package of PHP.
1758 picketbox 4.0.9 Java Security Framework
1759 picketbox-commons 1.0.0 Common classes for Java security
1760 picketlink-federation 2.0.3 Federated identity and SSO
1761 pidgin 2.10.6 Pidgin is an easy to use and free chat client used by millions. Connect to AIM, MSN, Yahoo, and more chat networks all at once.
1762 pilot-link 0.12.5 Perl tools to communicate with a 3COM Pilot PDA over a serial port. This package provides Perl programs with a means of communicating directly with a Pilot.
1763 pinentry 0.8.1 pinentry is a small collection of dialog programs that allow GnuPG to read passphrases and PIN numbers in a secure manner. There are versions for the common GTK and Qt toolkits as well as for the text terminal (Curses).
1764 piranha 0.9.0alpha Piranha is the IP Load Balancing solution in Redhat Enterprise Linux. Piranha provides the ability to load-balance incoming IP network requests across a pool of servers. IP Load Balancing with Piranha is based on open source Linux Virtual Server (LVS) technology, with significant Red Hat enhancements. Piranha is strictly a software HA implementation which is the cluster package and the GUI administrative tool for the cluster.
1765 pirut 1.3.30 pirut (pronounced “pirate,” for “Package Install, Remove, and Update Tool”) provides a set of graphical tools for managing software.
1766 pixman 0.32.4 The pixel-manipulation library for X and cairo.
1767 pkcs11-helper 1.07 PKCS#11 helper library
1768 pkgconfig 0.27.1 The pkgconfig tool determines compilation options. For each required library, it reads the configuration file and outputs the necessary compiler and linker flags.
1769 pkinit-nss 0.7.4 The pkinit-nss module is an implementation of the PKINIT specification for use with MIT Kerberos 1.6 and later. The module uses the Mozilla NSS library to interface with smart cards and software-based certificate and key stores.
1770 planner 0.14.6 The Emacs Planner This package extends emacs-wiki to act as a day planner.
1771 ply-image 0.0.1 Utility that dumps a png image to the frame buffer.
1772 plymouth 0.8.9 Graphical Boot Animation and Logger
1773 pmloglib 2.0.0 Open webOS logging library
1774 pm-utils 1.4.1 pm-utils is a small collection of scripts that handle suspend and resume on behalf of HAL.
1775 policycoreutils 2.5 policycoreutils/mcstrans provides an translation daemon to translate SELinux categories from internal representations to user defined representation.
1776 policycoreutils 2.2.5 Security-enhanced Linux is a patch of the Linux® kernel and a number of utilities with enhanced security functionality designed to add mandatory access controls to Linux. The Security-enhanced Linux kernel contains new architectural components originally developed to improve the security of the Flask operating system. These architectural components provide general support for the enforcement of many kinds of mandatory access control policies, including those based on the concepts of Type Enforcement®, Role-based Access Control, and Multi-level Security. policycoreutils contains the policy core utilities that are required for basic operation of a SELinux system. These utilities include load_policy to load policies, setfiles to label filesystems, newrole to switch roles, and run_init to run /etc/init.d scripts in the proper context.
1777 polkit 0.112 polkit Authorization Framework
1778 polkit-gnome 0.105 PolicyKit integration for the GNOME desktop
1779 polkit-kde 0.99.0 PolicyKit integration for KDE Desktop
1780 polkit-qt 0.103.0 Qt bindings for PolicyKit
1781 poppler 0.20.2 In computing, Poppler (or libpoppler) is a free software library used to render PDF documents. It is used by the PDF viewers of the open source GNOME and KDE desktop environments, and its development is supported by
1782 popt 5.4.0 Popt is a C library for parsing command line parameters. Popt was heavily influenced by the getopt() and getopt_long() functions, but it improves on them by allowing more powerful argument expansion. Poptcan parse arbitrary argv[] style arrays and automatically set variables based on command line arguments. Popt allows command line arguments to be aliased via configuration files and includes utility functions for parsing arbitrary strings into argv[] arrays using shell-like rules.
1783 portage Portage is the package management and distribution system for Gentoo
1784 portmap 5beta The RPC portmapper Portmap is a server that converts RPC (Remote Procedure Call) program numbers into DARPA protocol port numbers. It must be running in order to make RPC calls. Services that use RPC include NFS and NIS.
1785 postfix 2.9.4 Postfix is a Mail Transport Agent (MTA), supporting LDAP, SMTP AUTH (SASL), TLS and running in a chroot environment. Postfix is Wietse Venema’s mailer that started life as an alternative to the widely-used Sendmail program. Postfix attempts to be fast, easy to administer, and secure, while at the same time being sendmail compatible enough to not upset existing users. Thus, the outside has a sendmail-ish flavor, but the inside is completely different. This software was formerly known as VMailer. It was released by the end of 1998 as the IBM Secure Mailer. From then on it has lived on as Postfix. This rpm supports LDAP, SMTP AUTH (trough cyrus-sasl) and TLS. If you need MySQL too, rebuild the srpm –with mysql.
1786 postgresql 9.2.13 App::Info::RDBMS::PostgreSQL supplies information about the PostgreSQL database server installed on the local system. It implements all of the methods defined by App::Info::RDBMS. Methods that trigger events will trigger them only the first time they’re called (See App::Info for documentation on handling events). To start over (after, say, someone has installed PostgreSQL) construct a new App::Info::RDBMS::PostgreSQL object to aggregate new meta data.
1787 power_manager 0.0.1 Power Manager for Chromium OS
1788 powerd 4.0.0-rc1 Daemon that is started when webOS boots; responsible for monitoring battery parameters like temperature, current, voltage and other inputs
1789 powerpc-utils 1.2.24 Utilities for maintenance of IBM PowerPC platforms.
1790 powersave 0.15.20 This package unifies the control of power managing facilities on your PC. It supports hardware based on ACPI, APM, IDE-disks and CPU frequency scaling techniques. It takes over functionalities of the APMD, ACPID, OSPMD and CPUFREQD (now called CPUSPEED) packages.
1791 powertop 2.8 PowerTOP is a Linux tool to diagnose issues with power consumption and power management.
1792 powertweak 0.99.5 Tool to tune system for optimal performance Powertweak is a tool for tweaking Linux systems to peak performance. It tunes PCI devices to use optimal settings and enables performance enhancing features of the CPU (s). This package contains no files. It does only ensure that you install the following packages: powertweakd, powertweak-extra, powertweak-text, powertweak-gtk
1793 ppc64-utils 1.2.11 A collection of utilities for Linux on PPC64 platforms.
1794 ppp 2.4.5 The Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) provides a method for transmitting datagrams over serial point-to-point links. PPP is composed of three parts: a method for encapsulating datagrams over serial links, an extensible Link Control Protocol (LCP), and a family of Network Control Protocols (NCP) for establishing and configuring different network-layer protocols.
1795 pptp 1.7.2 Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol (PPTP) Client Client for the proprietary Microsoft Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol, PPTP. Allows connection to a PPTP based VPN as used by employers and some cable and ADSL service providers. Requires MPPE support in kernel, use package kernel-patch-mppe.
1796 pptpd 1.3.4 PoPToP Point to Point Tunneling Server This implements a Virtual Private Networking Server (VPN) that is compatible with Microsoft VPN clients. It allows windows users to connect to an internal firewalled network using their dialup.
1797 prctl 1.5 prctl is called with a first argument describing what to do (with values defined in <linux/prctl.h>), and further parameters with a significance depending on the first one.
1798 prelink 0.4.6 prelink is a free program written by Jakub Jelnek of Red Hat for POSIX-compliant operating systems, principally Linux (because it modifies ELF executables). It is intended to speed up a system by reducing the time a program needs to begin. Actual results have been mixed, but it seems to aid systems with a large number of libraries, such as KDE.[1]
1799 preload 0.6.4 Preload is an adaptive readahead daemon that runs in the background of your system, and observes what programs you use most often, caching them in order to speed up application load time. By using Preload, you can put unused RAM to good work, and improve the overall performance of your desktop system.
1800 privoxy 3.0.19 Privoxy is a non-caching web proxy with advanced filtering capabilities for enhancing privacy, modifying web page data and HTTP headers, controlling access, and removing ads and other obnoxious Internet junk. Privoxy has a flexible configuration and can be customized to suit individual needs and tastes. It has application for both stand-alone systems and multi-user networks.
1801 procinfo 18 Procinfo is a package to allow you to get useful information from /proc. /proc is the kernel filesystem. This is a place you can go to acquire information from your running kernel. This version fixes compatibility problems with Linux kernels 2.1.41 and above.
1802 procmail 3.22 Versatile e-mail processor. Can be used to create mail-servers, mailing lists, sort your incoming mail into separate folders/files (real convenient when subscribing to one or more mailing lists or for prioritising your mail), preprocess your mail, start any programs upon mail arrival (e.g. to generate different chimes on your workstation for different types of mail) or selectively forward certain incoming mail automatically to someone.
1803 procps 3.2.8 The procps package contains a set of system utilities that provide system information. Procps includes ps, free, skill, snice, tload,top, uptime, vmstat, w, and watch. The ps command displays a snapshot of running processes. The top command provides a repetitive update of the statuses of running processes. The free command displays the amounts of free and used memory on your system. The skill command sends a terminate command (or another specified signal) to a specifiedset of processes. The snice command is used to change the scheduling priority of specified processes. The tload command prints a graph of the current system load average to a specified tty. The uptime command displays the current time, how long the system has been running, how many users are logged on, and system load averages for the past one, five, and fifteen minutes. The w command displays a list of the users who are currently logged on and what they are running. The watch program watches a running program. The vmstat command displays virtual memory statistics about processes, memory, paging, block I/O, traps,and CPU activity.
1804 procps-ng 3.3.3 System and process monitoring utilities
1805 proguard 4.7 git clone external tool for code optimization
1806 protobuf 2.3.0 git clone external Google protocol buffers library
1807 protobuf-c 1.2.1 Protocol Buffers are a way of encoding structured data in an efficient yet extensible format. This package provides a code generator and run-time libraries to use Protocol Buffers from pure C (not C++). It uses a modified version of protoc called protoc-c.
1808 protofiles 0.0.1 Protobuf installer for the device policy proto definitions.
1809 psacct 6.5.5 The psacct package contains several utilities for monitoring process activities, including ac, lastcomm, accton and sa. The ac command displays statistics about how long users have been logged on. The lastcomm command displays information about previous executed commands. The accton command turns process accounting on or off. The sa command summarizes information about previously executed commmands. Install the psacct package if you’d like to use its utilities for monitoring process activities on your system. (from rpm description).
1810 psgml 1.3.1 Emacs is an advanced and extensible editor. An Emacs major mode customizes Emacs for editing particular types of text documents. PSGML is a major mode for SGML (a markup language) documents. PSGML provides several functionalities for editing SGML documents: indentation according to element nesting depth and identification of structural errors (but it is not a validating SGML parser); menus and commands for inserting tags with only the contextually valid tags; editing attribute values in a separate window with information about types and defaults; structure based editing, including movement and killing; and also several commands for folding editing.
1811 psmisc 22.20 Utilities that use the proc filesystem This package contains three little utilities that use the proc FS: `fuser’ identifies processes using files (similar to Sun’s or SGI’s fuser). `killall’ kills processes by name, e.g. killall -HUP named. `pstree’ shows the currently running processes as a tree
1812 pstack 1.3.1 pstack attaches to the active processes named by the pids on the command line, and prints out an execution stack trace, including a hint at what the function arguments are. If symbols exist in the binary (usually the case unless you have run rip(1)), then symbolic addresses are printed as well.
1813 pstoedit 3.61 PostScript and PDF files to editable vector graphics converter. pstoedit converts Postscript and PDF files to various editable vector graphic formats including tgif, xfig, PDF graphics, gnuplot format, idraw, MetaPost, GNU Metafile, PIC, Kontour and flattened PostScript.
1814 pth 2.0.7 Pth is a very portable POSIX/ANSI-C based library for Unix platforms which provides non-preemptive priority-based scheduling for multiple threads of execution (aka “multithreading”) inside event-driven applications.
1815 pulseaudio 9.0 Linux Sound Server
1816 puppet 3.6.2 A network tool for managing many disparate systems.
1817 pv 1.1.4 mirror://sourceforge/pipeviewer/pv-1.1.4.tar.gz Pipe Viewer: a tool for monitoring the progress of data through a pipe
1818 pvm 3.4.6 PVM (Parallel Virtual Machine) is a software package that permits a heterogeneous collection of Unix and/or Windows computers hooked together by a network to be used as a single large parallel computer. Thus large computational problems can be solved more cost effectively by using the aggregate power and memory of many computers. The software is very portable. The source, which is available free thru netlib, has been compiled on everything from laptops to CRAYs.
1819 pwdutils 3.2.13 pwdutils’ is a collection of utilities to manage the passwd and shadow user information. The difference from the shadow suite is that the pwdutils programs can also modify the information stored in NIS, NIS+, or LDAP. PAM is used for user authentication and changing the password.
1820 pwlib 1.12.0 PWLib is a multi-platform code library that can be used to write applications that will compile and run on the BSD Unixes, Windows, Linux and a few other Unix variants. It was developed by Equivalence Ltd Pty.
1821 pxe 1.4.1 PXELINUX is a SYSLINUX derivative, for booting Linux from a network server using a network ROM conforming to the Intel PXE (Pre-Execution Environment) specification. PXELINUX is not a program intended to be flashed or burned into a PROM on the network card. If you want that, check out Etherboot (
1822 pycairo 1.8.10 Pycairo is a set of Python bindings for the cairo graphics library.
1823 pycrypto 2.0.1 This is a collection of cryptographic algorithms and protocols, implemented for use from Python. The last release by me was 2.0.1, which can still be downloaded below.
1824 pygobject2 2.28.6 The pygobject2 package provides a convenient wrapper for the GObject library for use in Python programs.
1825 pygobject3 3.18.0 This package contains files required to embed PyGObject
1826 pygpgme 0.3.0 PyGPGME is a Python module that lets you sign, verify, encrypt and decrypt messages using the OpenPGP format.
1827 PyGreSQL 4.0 PyGreSQL is an open-source Python module that interfaces to a PostgreSQL database. It embeds the PostgreSQL query library to allow easy use of the powerful PostgreSQL features from a Python script.
1828 pygtk2 2.24.0 PyGTK lets you to easily create programs with a graphical user interface using the Python programming language. The underlying GTK+ library provides all kind of visual elements and utilities for it and, if needed, you can develop full featured applications for the GNOME Desktop.
1829 pykickstart pykickstart is a python library that is used for reading and writing kickstart files. It provides a common data representation, a parser, and a writer. pykickstart is designed to be easy to use for developers. It is easy to extend and embed in your own programs. The common data representation helps to ensure that any utility using pykickstart can write out a complete file, even if the utility doesn’t understand all the kickstart options. The main reason for creating this project was to synchronize kickstart support between the two main programs – [“Anaconda”] and system-config-kickstart.
1830 pyliblzma 0.5.3 PylibLZMA provides a python interface for the liblzma library to read and write data that has been compressed or can be decompressed by Lasse Collin’s xz / lzma utils.
1831 pymongo 1.9 Python driver for MongoDB
1832 pyOpenSSL 0.13.1 This module is a rather thin wrapper around (a subset of) the OpenSSL library. With thin wrapper I mean that a lot of the object methods do nothing more than calling a corresponding function in the OpenSSL library.
1833 pyorbit 2.24.0 PyORBit is a Python binding for the ORBit2 CORBA ORB. It was developped to suit the needs of the bonobo bindings in GNOME-Python, but is usable for other purposes as well. It aims to follow the standard Python language mapping for CORBA. It can generate stubs at runtime from typelibs, IDL files, or by introspecting remote objects using ORBit2’s IModule typelib capabilities.
1834 pyparted 3.9 pyparted is a set of Python modules that provide Python programmers an interface to libparted, the GNU parted library for disk partitioning and filesystem manipulation.
1835 PyPy 1.9 Python implementation with a Just-In-Time compiler
1836 PyQt 3.18.1 PyQt is a set of Python bindings for the Qt toolkit.
1837 pysendfile 2.0.0 Python interface to sendfile(2) system call
1838 pyserial 3.1.1 This module encapsulates the access for the serial port.
1839 pyspi n/a pyspi is an at-spi wrapper currently written in Pyrex.
1840 pytest 2.3.5 The pytest framework makes it easy to write small tests, yet scales to support complex functional testing for applications and libraries.
1841 python 3.5.2 Python is an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented programming language that combines remarkable power with very clear syntax. For an introduction to programming in Python you are referred to the Python Tutorial. The Python Library Reference documents built-in and standard types, constants, functions and modules. Finally, the Python Reference Manual describes the syntax and semantics of the core language in (perhaps too) much detail. (These documents may be located via the INTERNET RESOURCES below; they may be installed on your system as well.)
1842 python-alembic 0.8.7 A database migration tool for SQLAlchemy
1843 python-amqp 1.4.5 This is a fork of amqplib which was originally written by Barry Pederson. It is maintained by the Celery project, and used by kombu as a pure python alternative when librabbitmq is not available.
1844 python-anyjson 0.3.3 Python wrapper for JSON implementations
1845 python-augeas 0.5.0 python-augeas is a set of Python bindings around augeas.
1846 python-backports 1 The backports namespace is a namespace reserved for features backported from the Python standard library to older versions of Python 2. Packages that exist in the backports namespace in Fedora should not provide their own backports/, but instead require this package. Backports to earlier versions of Python 3, if they exist, do not need this package because of changes made in Python 3.3 in PEP 420 (
1847 python-backports-ssl_match_hostname The Secure Sockets layer is only actually secure if you check the hostname in the certificate returned by the server to which you are connecting, and verify that it matches to hostname that you are trying to reach. But the matching logic, defined in RFC2818, can be a bit tricky to implement on your own. So the ssl package in the Standard Library of Python 3.2 now includes a match_hostname() function for performing this check instead of requiring every application to implement the check separately. This backport brings match_hostname() to users of earlier versions of Python. The actual code inside comes verbatim from Python 3.2.
1848 python-beaker 1.8.0 Beaker is a web session and general caching library that includes WSGI middleware for use in web applications.

As a general caching library, Beaker can handle storing for various times any Python object that can be pickled with optional back-ends on a fine-grained basis.

1849 python-blinker 1.3 Blinker provides a fast dispatching system that allows any number of interested parties to subscribe to events, or “signals”.
1850 python-blivet 2.1.1 The blivet-data package provides data files required by the blivet python module.
1851 python-boto 2.5.2 Python interface to Amazon Web Services
1852 python-bson 0.4.3 Independent BSON codec for Python that doesnt depend on MongoDB.
1853 python-ceilometerclient 2.6.2 Python API and CLI for OpenStack Ceilometer
1854 python-cffi 1.1.2 Foreign Function Interface for Python, providing a convenient and reliable way of calling existing C code from Python. The interface is based on LuaJIT?s FFI.
1855 python-chardet 2.2.1 Character encoding auto-detection in Python. As smart as your browser. Open source.
1856 python-cheetah 2.4.4 Cheetah is an open source template engine and code generation tool, written in Python. It can be used standalone or combined with other tools and frameworks. Web development is its principle use, but Cheetah is very flexible and is also being used to generate C++ game code, Java, sql, form emails and even Python code.
1857 python-cherrypy2 3.2.0 CherryPy is a pythonic, object-oriented web development framework. It provides the foundation over which complex web-based applications can be written, with little or no knowledge of the underlying protocols. CherryPy allows developers to build web applications in much the same way they would build any other object-oriented Python program. This usually results in smaller source code developed in less time.
1858 python-cinderclient 1.9.0 Python API and CLI for OpenStack cinder
1859 python-cliff 2.2.0 cliff is a framework for building command line programs. It uses setuptools entry points to provide subcommands, output formatters, and other extensions.
1860 python-cloudfiles 1.7.10 Python bindings for Rackspace CloudFiles API
1861 python-cmd2 0.6.8 Enhancements for standard librarys cmd module.
1862 python-configobj 4.7.2 ConfigObj is a simple but powerful config file reader and writer: an ini file round tripper. Its main feature is that it is very easy to use, with a straightforward programmer’s interface and a simple syntax for config files.
1863 python-configshell 1.1.fb14 Python framework for building CLI interfaces and shells
1864 python-coverage 4.2 measures code coverage, typically during test execution. It uses the code analysis tools and tracing hooks provided in the Python standard library to determine which lines are executable, and which have been executed.
1865 python-cpopen 1.4 A C reimplementation of the tricky bits of Pythons Popen.
1866 python-croniter 0.3.12 croniter provides iteration for datetime object with cron like format
1867 python-crypto 2.7a1 PyCrypto is a collection of both secure hash functions (such as MD5 and SHA), and various encryption algorithms (AES, DES, RSA, ElGamal, etc.).
1868 python-cryptography 1.4 cryptography is a package designed to expose cryptographic primitives and recipes to Python developers.
1869 python-d2to1 0.2.11 d2to1 (the d is for distutils) allows using distutils2-like setup.cfg files for a packages metadata with a distribute/setuptools script. It works by providing a distutils2-formatted setup.cfg file containing all of a packages metadata, and a very minimal which will slurp its arguments from the setup.cfg.
1870 python-daemon 1.6 Library to implement a well-behaved daemon
1871 python-dateutil 2.4.2 The dateutil module provides powerful extensions to the standard datetime module available in Python 2.3+. This is the version for Python 2.
1872 python-decorator 3.4.2 The aim of the decorator module is to simplify the usage of decorators for the average programmer, and to popularize decorators usage giving examples of useful decorators, such as memoize, tracing, redirecting_stdout, locked, etc. The core of this module is a decorator factory called decorator.
1873 python-decoratortools 1.8 Want to use decorators, but still need to support Python 2.3? Wish you could have class decorators, decorate arbitrary assignments, or match decorated function signatures to their original functions? Then you need “DecoratorTools”.
1874 python-dmidecode 3.12.2 python-dmidecode is a python extension module that uses the code-base of the ‘dmidecode’ utility, and presents the data as python data structures or as XML data using libxml2.
1875 python-dns 1.12.0GIT465785f dnspython is a DNS toolkit for Python. It supports almost all record types. It can be used for queries, zone transfers, and dynamic updates. It supports TSIG authenticated messages and EDNS0. dnspython provides both high and low level access to DNS. The high level classes perform queries for data of a given name, type, and class, and return an answer set. The low level classes allow direct manipulation of DNS zones, messages, names, and records.
1876 python-docker-py 1.3.1 A Python library for the Docker Remote API. It does everything the `docker` command does, but from within Python run containers, manage them, pull/push images, etc.
1877 python-docutils 0.12 Docutils is a modular system for processing documentation into useful formats, such as HTML, XML, and LaTeX. For input Docutils supports reStructuredText, an easy-to-read, what-you-see-is-what-you-get plaintext markup syntax.
1878 python-ecdsa 0.13 This is an easy-to-use implementation of ECDSA cryptography (Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm), implemented purely in Python, released under the MIT license. With this library, you can quickly create keypairs (signing key and verifying key), sign messages, and verify the signatures. The keys and signatures are very short, making them easy to handle and incorporate into other protocols. NOTE: The prime192v1 and secp224r1 curves are currently disabled.
1879 python-egenix-mx-base 3.2.1 The eGenix mx Extension Series are a collection of Python extensions written in ANSI C and Python which provide a large spectrum of useful additions to everyday Python programming.
1880 python-elementtree 1.3 alpha3 The Element type is a flexible container object, designed to store hierarchical data structures in memory. The type can be described as a cross between a list and a dictionary.
1881 python-elixir 0.7.1 Elixir is a declarative layer on top of the SQLAlchemy library. It is a fairly thin wrapper, which provides the ability to create simple Python classes that map directly to relational database tables (this pattern is often referred to as the Active Record design pattern), providing many of the benefits of traditional databases without losing the convenience of Python objects.
1882 python-enum34 1.0.4 Python 3.4 introduced official support for enumerations. This is a backport of that feature to Python 3.3, 3.2, 3.1, 2.7, 2.5, 2.5, and 2.4. An enumeration is a set of symbolic names (members) bound to unique, constant values. Within an enumeration, the members can be compared by identity, and the enumeration itself can be iterated over. This module defines two enumeration classes that can be used to define unique sets of names and values: Enum and IntEnum. It also defines one decorator, unique, that ensures only unique member names are present in an enumeration.
1883 python-ethtool 0.8;a=summary Official python-ethtool repository.
1884 python-eventlet 0.9.17 Highly concurrent networking library
1885 python-extras 0.0.3 Useful extra bits for Python – things that shold be in the standard library
1886 python-fixtures 0.3.14 Fixtures defines a Python contract for reusable state / support logic, primarily for unit testing. Helper and adaption logic is included to make it easy to write your own fixtures using the fixtures contract. Glue code is provided that makes using fixtures that meet the Fixtures contract in unittest compatible test cases easy and straight forward.
1887 python-flask 0.10.1 Flask is called a ?micro-framework? because the idea to keep the core simple but extensible. There is no database abstraction layer, no form validation or anything else where different libraries already exist that can handle that. However Flask knows the concept of extensions that can add this functionality into your application as if it was implemented in Flask itself. There are currently extensions for object relational mappers, form validation, upload handling, various open authentication technologies and more.
1888 python-formencode 1.2.5 FormEncode is a validation and form generation package. The validation can be used separately from the form generation. The validation works on compound data structures, with all parts being nestable. It is separate from HTTP or any other input mechanism.
1889 python-futures 3.0.3 The concurrent.futures module provides a high-level interface for asynchronously executing callables.
1890 python-gdbm 3.2.1 The gdbm module provides an interface to the GNU DBM library. gdbm objects behave like mappings (dictionaries), except that keys and values are always strings. Printing a gdbm object doesnt print the keys and values, and the items() and values() methods are not supported.
1891 python-genshi 0.6 Genshi is a Python library that provides an integrated set of components for parsing, generating, and processing HTML, XML or other textual content for output generation on the web.
1892 python-gevent 1.0.2 gevent is a coroutine-based Python networking library that uses greenlet to provide a high-level synchronous API on top of libevent event loop. Features include: * convenient API around greenlets * familiar synchronization primitives (gevent.event, gevent.queue) * socket module that cooperates * WSGI server on top of libevent-http * DNS requests done through libevent-dns * monkey patching utility to get pure Python modules to cooperate
1893 python-gflags 1.5.1 Commandline flags module for Python
1894 python-glanceclient 2.5.0 Python API and CLI for OpenStack Glance
1895 python-greenlet 0.4.5 Lightweight in-process concurrent programming
1896 python-gtk 2.24.0 PyGTK lets you to easily create programs with a graphical user interface using the Python programming language. The underlying GTK+ library provides all kind of visual elements and utilities for it and, if needed, you can develop full featured applications for the GNOME Desktop.
1897 python-gudev 147.2 python-gudev is a Python (PyGObject) binding to the GUDev UDEV library.
1898 python-gunicorn 19.3.0 Gunicorn (“Green Unicorn”) is a Python WSGI HTTP server for UNIX. It uses the pre-fork worker model, ported from Ruby’s Unicorn project. It supports WSGI, Django, and Paster applications.
1899 python-heatclient 1.5.0 Python API and CLI for OpenStack Heat
1900 python-httplib2 0.7.7 A comprehensive HTTP client library
1901 python-hwdata 1.10.1 Provide python interface to database stored in hwdata package. It allows you to get human readable description of USB and PCI devices.
1902 python-idle 3.2.1 IDLE is the Python IDE built with the tkinter GUI toolkit.
1903 python-imaging 1.1.7 The Python Imaging Library (PIL) adds image processing capabilities to your Python interpreter. This library supports many file formats, and provides powerful image processing and graphics capabilities.
1904 python-iniparse 0.4 iniparse is a INI parser for Python
1905 python-inotify 0.2.7 inotify functionality is available from the Linux kernel and allows you to register one or more directories for watching, and to simply block and wait for notification events.
1906 python-ipaddr 2.1.11 is a library for working with IP addresses, both IPv4 and IPv6. It was developed by Google for internal use, and is now open source
1907 python-IPy 0.81 IPy is a Python module for handling IPv4 and IPv6 Addresses and Networks in a fashion similar to perl’s Net::IP and friends. The IP class allows a comfortable parsing and handling for most notations in use for IPv4 and IPv6 Addresses and Networks.
1908 python-iso8601 0.1.4 Simple module to parse ISO 8601 dates
1909 python-itsdangerous 0.24 Itsdangerous is a Python library for passing data through untrusted environments (for example, HTTP cookies) while ensuring the data is not tampered with. Internally itsdangerous uses HMAC and SHA1 for signing by default and bases the implementation on the Django signing module. It also however supports JSON Web Signatures (JWS).
1910 python-japanese 1.1.1 Python Unicode API compatible Japanese Codecs. This package includes some Japanese encoding support modules such as EUC-JP, Shift_JIS, ISO-2022-JP and Unicode. The Python Unicode API proposal is available at
1911 python-jinja2 2.8 Jinja2 is a template engine written in pure Python. It provides a Django inspired non-XML syntax but supports inline expressions and an optional sandboxed environment. If you have any exposure to other text-based template languages, such as Smarty or Django, you should feel right at home with Jinja2. It’s both designer and developer friendly by sticking to Python’s principles and adding functionality useful for templating environments.
1912 python-json 3.4 JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) <> is a subset of JavaScript syntax (ECMA-262 3rd edition) used as a lightweight data interchange format.
1913 python-jsonpatch 1.14 Library to apply JSON Patches according to RFC 6902 – Python 2 build.
1914 python-jsonpointer 1.9 Library to resolve JSON Pointers according to RFC 6901.
1915 python-jsonschema 2.5.0 jsonschema is an implementation of JSON Schema for Python
1916 python-kazoo 2.0 kazoo implements a higher level API to Apache Zookeeper for Python clients.
1917 python-kerberos 1.1 This Python package is a high-level wrapper for Kerberos (GSSAPI) operations. The goal is to avoid having to build a module that wraps the entire Kerberos.framework, and instead offer a limited set of functions that do what is needed for client/server Kerberos authentication based on <>.
1918 python-keyczar 0.715 Keyczar is an open source cryptographic toolkit designed to make it easier and safer for developers to use cryptography in their applications. Keyczar supports authentication and encryption with both symmetric and asymmetric keys.
1919 python-keyring 9.3.1 Store and access your passwords safely.
1920 python-keystoneclient 3.5.0 Python API and CLI for OpenStack Keystone
1921 python-kid 0.9.6 Kid is a simple template language for XML based vocabularies written in Python. It was spawned as a result of a kinky love triangle between XSLT, TAL, and PHP. We believe many of the best features of these languages live on in Kid with much of the limitations and complexity stamped out (see WhatsBorrowed and WhatsDifferent). For more info on current and planned features and licensing information, see AboutKid.
1922 python-kitchen 1.2.1 kitchen includes functions to make gettext easier to use, handling unicode text easier (conversion with bytes, outputting xml, and calculating how many columns a string takes), and compatibility modules for writing code that uses python-2.7 modules but needs to run on python-2.3.
1923 python-kmod 0.9 Python binding for kmod
1924 python-kombu 4.0.0 essaging library for Python
1925 python-korean 1.1.1 This package provides Unicode codecs that make Python aware of Korean character encodings such as EUC-KR, CP949 and ISO-2022-KR. By using this package, Korean characters can be treated as a character string instead of a byte sequence.
1926 python-krbV 1.0.90 python-krbV allows python programs to use Kerberos 5 authentication and security. It is designed to be a thin wrapper around the krb5 C api. Familiarity with the C api will be of great help when using this module.
1927 python-ldap 2.4.6 python-ldap provides an object-oriented API to access LDAP directory servers from Python programs. Mainly it wraps the OpenLDAP 2.x libs for that purpose.
Additionally the package contains modules for other LDAP-related stuff (e.g. processing LDIF, LDAPURLs, LDAPv3 schema, etc.).
1928 python-linux-procfs 0.4.4 Abstractions to extract information from the Linux kernel /proc files.
1929 python-lockfile 0.9.1 A platform-independent file locking module
1930 python-logutils 0.3.3 The logutils package provides a set of handlers for the Python standard
1931 python-lxml 3.4.4 lxml provides a Python binding to the libxslt and libxml2 libraries. It follows the ElementTree API as much as possible in order to provide a more Pythonic interface to libxml2 and libxslt than the default bindings. In particular, lxml deals with Python Unicode strings rather than encoded UTF-8 and handles memory management automatically, unlike the default bindings.
1932 python-mako 1.0.4 Mako is a template library written in Python. It provides a familiar, non-XML syntax which compiles into Python modules for maximum performance. Makos syntax and API borrows from the best ideas of many others, including Django templates, Cheetah, Myghty, and Genshi. Conceptually, Mako is an embedded Python (i.e. Python Server Page) language, which refines the familiar ideas of componentized layout and inheritance to produce one of the most straightforward and flexible models available, while also maintaining close ties to Python calling and scoping semantics.
1933 python-markdown 2.4.1 This is a Python implementation of John Grubers Markdown. It is almost completely compliant with the reference implementation, though there are a few very minor differences. See Johns Syntax Documentation for the syntax rules
1934 python-markupsafe 0.23 A library for safe markup escaping.
1935 python-memcached 1.58 This software is a 100% Python interface to the memcached memory cache daemon. It is the client side software which allows storing values in one or more, possibly remote, memcached servers. Search google for memcached for more information.
1936 python-migrate 0.9.2 Schema migration tools for SQLAlchemy
1937 python-mimeparse 1.5.2 A module provides basic functions for parsing mime-type names and matching them against a list of media-ranges.
1938 python-mock 1.0.1 mock is a library for testing in Python. It allows you to replace parts of your system under test with mock objects and make assertions about how they have been used.
1939 python-mpz 3.2..1 This module implements the interface to part of the GNU MP library, which defines arbitrary precision integer and rational number arithmetic routines.
1940 python-msgpack 0.4.8 MessagePack is a fast, compact binary serialization format, suitable for similar data to JSON. This package provides CPython bindings for reading and writing MessagePack data.
1941 python-mysql 1.2.3 MySQLdb is an interface for connecting to a MySQL database server from Python. It implements the Python Database API v2.0, and is built on top of the MySQL C API.
1942 python-netaddr 0.7.18 A pure Python network address representation and manipulation library. netaddr provides a Pythonic way of working with :- – IPv4 and IPv6 addresses and subnets – MAC addresses, OUI and IAB identifiers, IEEE EUI-64 identifiers – arbitrary (non-aligned) IP address ranges and IP address sets – various non-CIDR IP range formats such as nmap and glob-style formats Included are routines for :- – generating, sorting and summarizing IP addresses and networks – performing easy conversions between address notations and formats – detecting, parsing and formatting network address representations – performing set-based operations on groups of IP addresses and subnets – working with arbitrary IP address ranges and formats – accessing OUI and IAB organisational information published by IEEE – accessing IP address and block information published by IANA For details on the latest updates and changes, see :- API documentation for the latest release is available here :-
1943 python-netifaces 0.5 Python library to retrieve information about network interfaces
1944 python-neutronclient 6.0.0 Python bindings to the OpenStack Network API.
1945 python-nose 1.3.0 nose provides an alternate test discovery and running process for unittest, one that is intended to mimic the behavior of py.test as much as is reasonably possible without resorting to too much magic.
1946 python-novaclient 2012.2 Python API and CLI for OpenStack Nova
1947 python-novaclient 6.0.0 Python bindings to the OpenStack Nova API
1948 python-nss 0.16.0 This package provides Python bindings for Network Security Services (NSS) and the Netscape Portable Runtime (NSPR). NSS is a set of libraries supporting security-enabled client and server applications. Applications built with NSS can support SSL v2 and v3, TLS, PKCS #5, PKCS #7, PKCS #11, PKCS #12, S/MIME, X.509 v3 certificates, and other security standards. Specific NSS implementations have been FIPS-140 certified.
1949 python-numeric 24.2 Numeric is a Python module for high-performance, numeric computing. It provides much of the functionality and performance of commercial numeric software such as Matlab; in some cases, it provides more functionality than commercial software.
1950 python-oauthlib 1.1.2 OAuthLib is a generic utility which implements the logic of OAuth without assuming a specific HTTP request object or web framework. Use it to graft OAuth client support onto your favorite HTTP library, or provider support onto your favourite web framework. If you’re a maintainer of such a library, write a thin veneer on top of OAuthLib and get OAuth support for very little effort.
1951 python-openstackclient 3.2.1 OpenStack Client (aka python-openstackclient) is a command-line client for the OpenStack APIs.
1952 python-openvswitch 2.6.0 Python library for working with Open vSwitch
1953 python-ordereddict 1.1 Drop-in substitute for Py2.7s new collections.OrderedDict. The recipe has big-oh performance that matches regular dictionaries (amortized O(1) insertion/deletion/lookup and O(n) iteration/repr/copy/equality_testing).
1954 python-paramiko 2.0.2 Paramiko (a combination of the esperanto words for “paranoid” and “friend”) is a module for python 2.3 or greater that implements the SSH2 protocol for secure (encrypted and authenticated) connections to remote machines. Unlike SSL (aka TLS), the SSH2 protocol does not require heirarchical certificates signed by a powerful central authority. You may know SSH2 as the protocol that replaced telnet and rsh for secure access to remote shells, but the protocol also includes the ability to open arbitrary channels to remote services across an encrypted tunnel. (This is how sftp works, for example.)
1955 python-passlib 1.5.3 Comprehensive password hashing framework supporting over 20 schemes
1956 python-paste Paste provides several pieces of middleware (or filters) that can be nested to build web applications. Each piece of middleware uses the WSGI (PEP 333) interface, and should be compatible with other middleware based on those interfaces.
1957 python-paste-deploy 1.5.0 Paste Deployment is a system for finding and configuring WSGI applications and servers. For WSGI application consumers it provides a single, simple function (loadapp) for loading a WSGI application from a configuration file or a Python Egg. For WSGI application providers it only asks for a single, simple entry point to your application, so that application users dont need to be exposed to the implementation details of your application.
1958 python-paste-script 1.7.5 Paste Script has passed version 1.0. Paste Script is an actively maintained project. As of 1.0, well make a strong effort to maintain backward compatibility. This will include deprecation warnings when necessary. Major changes will take place under new functions or with new entry points.
1959 python-pbr 0.10.0 PBR is a library that injects some useful and sensible default behaviors into your setuptools run. It started off life as the chunks of code that were copied between all of the OpenStack projects. Around the time that OpenStack hit 18 different projects each with at least 3 active branches, it seemed like a good time to make that code into a proper reusable library.
1960 python-pecan 1.1.2 Welcome to Pecan, a lean Python web framework inspired by CherryPy, TurboGears, and Pylons.
1961 python-pip 8.1.2 Pip is a replacement for `easy_install <>`_. It uses mostly the same techniques for finding packages, so packages that were made easy_installable should be pip-installable as well.
1962 python-ply 3.6 PLY is a straightforward lex/yacc implementation. Here is a list of its essential features: * It is implemented entirely in Python. * It uses LR-parsing which is reasonably efficient and well suited for larger grammars. * PLY provides most of the standard lex/yacc features including support for empty productions, precedence rules, error recovery, and support for ambiguous grammars. * PLY is straightforward to use and provides very extensive error checking. * PLY doesn’t try to do anything more or less than provide the basic lex/yacc functionality. In other words, it’s not a large parsing framework or a component of some larger system.
1963 python-prettytable 0.7.2 Python library to display tabular data in tables
1964 python-protocols 1.0 PyProtocols extends the PEP 246 adapt() function with a new “declaration API” that lets you easily define your own protocols and adapters, and declare what adapters should be used to adapt what types, objects, or protocols. In addition to its own Interface type, PyProtocols can also use Twisted and Zope’s Interface types too. (Of course, since Twisted and Zope interfaces aren’t as flexible, only a subset of the PyProtocols API works with them. Specific limitations are listed in the documentation.)
1965 python-psutil 4.3.1 psutil is a module providing an interface for retrieving information on all running processes and system utilization (CPU, memory, disks, network, users) in a portable way by using Python 3, implementing many functionalities offered by command line tools such as: ps, top, df, kill, free, lsof, free, netstat, ifconfig, nice, ionice, iostat, iotop, uptime, pidof, tty, who, taskset, pmap.
1966 python-psycopg2 2.5.1 Psycopg is released under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License, allowing use from both free and proprietary software.
1967 python-py 1.4.14 library with cross-python path, ini-parsing, io, code, log facilities
1968 python-pyasn1 0.1.6 Python implementation of ASN.1 types and codecs.
1969 python-pyasn1-modules 0.0.8
1970 python-pyblock 0.53 The package build you were linked to (name) does not appear in the Package Database. If you received this error from a link on the website, please report it.
1971 python-pycparser 2.14 pycparser is a complete parser for the C language, written in pure Python. It is a module designed to be easily integrated into applications that need to parse C source code.
1972 python-pycurl 7.19.0 This module provides Python bindings for the cURL library.
1973 python-pymongo 3.3.0 The PyMongo distribution contains tools for interacting with MongoDB database from Python. The bson package is an implementation of the BSON format for Python. The pymongo package is a native Python driver for MongoDB. The gridfs package is a gridfs implementation on top of pymongo.
1974 python-pyudev 0.17 pyudev is a LGPL licensed, pure Python binding for libudev, the device and hardware management and information library for Linux. It supports almost all libudev functionality, you can enumerate devices, query device properties and attributes or monitor devices, including asynchronous monitoring with threads, or within the event loops of Qt, Glib or wxPython. The binding supports CPython 2 (2.6 or newer) and 3 (3.1 or newer), and PyPy 1.5 or newer. It is tested against udev 151 or newer, earlier versions of udev as found on dated Linux systems may work, but are not officially supported.
1975 python-qpid 0.28 Apache Qpid is a cross-platform Enterprise Messaging system which implements the Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP), providing message brokers written in C++ and Java, along with clients for C++, Java JMS, .Net, Python, and Ruby.
1976 python-qrcode 5.1 This module uses the Python Imaging Library (PIL) to allow for the generation of QR Codes.
1977 python-quantumclient 0.1.1 Python API and CLI for OpenStack Quantum
1978 python-redis 2.10.5 The Python interface to the Redis key-value store.
1979 python-requests 2.7.0 Most existing Python modules for sending HTTP requests are extremely verbose and cumbersome. Python?s built-in urllib2 module provides most of the HTTP capabilities you should need, but the API is thoroughly broken. This library is designed to make HTTP requests easy for developers.
1980 python-retrying 1.3.3 Retrying is an Apache 2.0 licensed general-purpose retrying library, written in Python, to simplify the task of adding retry behavior to just about anything.
1981 python-rfc3986 0.4.1 A Python implementation of RFC 3986 including validation and authority parsing.
1982 python-rhsm 1.18.2 A small library for communicating with the REST interface of a Red Hat Unified Entitlement Platform. This interface is used for the management of system entitlements, certificates, and access to content.
1983 python-routes 1.13 Rails-like routes for Python
1984 python-rsa 3.4.2 Pure-Python RSA implementation.
1985 python-ruledispatch 0.5a1 A generic function package for Python.
1986 python-schedutils 0.2 Python interface for the Linux scheduler sched_{get,set}{affinity,scheduler} functions and friends.
1987 python-scripttest 1.0.4 scripttest is a library to help you test your interactive command-line applications.
1988 python-setuptools 0.9.8 Install setuptools using the provided .exe installer. If you’ve previously installed older versions of setuptools, please delete all setuptools*.egg and setuptools.pth files from your system’s site-packages directory (and any other sys.path directories) FIRST.
1989 python-simplegeneric 0.8.1 Simple generic functions (similar to Python’s own len(), pickle.dump(), etc.)
1990 python-simplejson 3.2.0 simplejson is a simple, fast, complete, correct and extensible JSON <> encoder and decoder for Python 2.5+. It is pure Python code with no dependencies, but includes an optional C extension for a serious speed boost.
1991 python-singledispatch This library brings functools.singledispatch from Python 3.4 to Python 2.6-3.3.
1992 python-six 1.9.0 python-six provides simple utilities for wrapping over differences between Python 2 and Python 3. This is the Python 2 build of the module.
1993 python-slip 0.6.4 The Simple Library for Python 2.x packages contain miscellaneous code for convenience, extension and workaround purposes. This package provides the “slip” and the “slip.util” modules.
1994 python-sphinx 1.1.3 Python documentation generator
1995 python-sqlalchemy 0.9.7 SQLAlchemy is the Python SQL toolkit and Object Relational Mapper that gives application developers the full power and flexibility of SQL.
1996 python-sqlite n/a SQLite is a C library that provides a lightweight disk-based database that doesnt require a separate server process and allows accessing the database using a nonstandard variant of the SQL query language. Some applications can use SQLite for internal data storage. Its also possible to prototype an application using SQLite and then port the code to a larger database such as PostgreSQL or Oracle.
1997 python-sqlite2 2.3.5 pysqlite is an interface to the SQLite 3.x embedded relational database engine. It is almost fully compliant with the Python database API version 2.0 also exposes the unique features of SQLite.
1998 python-sqlobject 1.2.2 SQLObject is a popular Object Relational Manager for providing an object interface to your database, with tables as classes, rows as instances, and columns as attributes.
1999 python-sqlparse 0.2.1 Non-validating SQL parser
2000 python-stevedore 0.14 Manage dynamic plugins for Python applications
2001 python-suds 0.4.1 Lightweight SOAP client
2002 python-swiftclient 3.1.0 Client Library for OpenStack Object Storage API
2003 python-tempita 0.5.3 A very small text templating language
2004 python-testtools 2.2.0 Extensions to the Python standard library unit testing framework
2005 python-tgexpandingformwidget 0.1.3 A repeating form widget for TurboGears.
2006 python-tgfastdata 0.9a7 FastData generates a user interface based upon model objects in user projects.
2007 python-tk 1.1.1 Tkinter is Python’s de-facto standard GUI (Graphical User Interface) package. It is a thin object-oriented layer on top of Tcl/Tk.
2008 python-tools 3.2.1 The standard library comes with a number of modules that can be used both as modules and as command-line utilities.
2009 python-tornado 4.4.1 Tornado is a Python web framework and asynchronous networking library, originally developed at FriendFeed.
2010 python-tox 1.4.2 Tox is a generic virtualenv management and test command line tool
2011 python-trollius 2.1.1 Port of the Tulip project (asyncio module, PEP 3156) on Python 2
2012 python-turbocheetah 1.0-py2.5 This package provides a template engine plugin, allowing you to easily use Cheetah with TurboGears, Buffet or other systems that support python.templating.engines.
2013 python-turbojson 1.3.2 Python template plugin that supports JSON.
2014 python-turbokid 1.0.5 This package provides a template engine plugin, allowing you to easily use Kid with TurboGears, Buffet or other systems that support python.templating.engines.
2015 python-twisted-core 16.4 An asynchronous networking framework written in Python
2016 python-unittest2 0.5.1 unittest2 is a backport of the new features added to the unittest testing framework in Python 2.7 and onwards. It is tested to run on Python 2.6, 2.7, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4 and pypy.
2017 python-urlgrabber 3.9.1 urlgrabber is a pure python package that drastically simplifies the fetching of files. It is designed to be used in programs that need common (but not necessarily simple) url-fetching features. It is extremely simple to drop into an existing program and provides a clean interface to protocol-independant file-access. Best of all, urlgrabber takes care of all those pesky file-fetching details, and lets you focus on whatever it is that your program is written to do!
2018 python-urllib3 1.10.4 Python HTTP module with connection pooling and file POST abilities.
2019 python-urwid 1.3.1 Urwid is a console user interface library for Python. It includes many features useful for text console application developers
2020 python-virtinst 0.600.3 virtinst is a module to help in starting installations of ASPLinux related distributions inside of virtual machines. It supports both paravirt guests (for which only ASPLinux, FC and RHEL guests are currently supported) as well as fully virtualized guests. It uses libvirt ( for starting things. Also contained is a simple script virt-install which uses virtinst in a command line mode.
2021 python-virtualenv 1.10.1 virtualenv is a tool to create isolated Python environments.
2022 python-webob 1.2.3 WSGI request and response object
2023 python-websocket-client 0.37.0 websocket-client module is WebSocket client for python. This provide the low level APIs for WebSocket. All APIs are the synchronous function
2024 python-websockify 2.0.22 WSGI based adapter for the Websockets protocol
2025 python-webtest 1.3.4 This wraps any WSGI application and makes it easy to send test requests to that application, without starting up an HTTP server.
2026 python-werkzeug 0.9.6 Werkzeug ======== Werkzeug started as simple collection of various utilities for WSGI applications and has become one of the most advanced WSGI utility modules. It includes a powerful debugger, full featured request and response objects, HTTP utilities to handle entity tags, cache control headers, HTTP dates, cookie handling, file uploads, a powerful URL routing system and a bunch of community contributed addon modules. Werkzeug is unicode aware and doesn’t enforce a specific template engine, database adapter or anything else. It doesn’t even enforce a specific way of handling requests and leaves all that up to the developer. It’s most useful for end user applications which should work on as many server environments as possible (such as blogs, wikis, bulletin boards, etc.).
2027 python-wsgiref 0.1.2 WSGI (PEP 333) Reference Library
2028 python-wsme 0.6 Web Services Made Easy
2029 python-xml 3.2.1 Most of the YDN APIs can provide their output in JSON format, which side-steps the problem of having to parse data out of them; the data arrives already converted in to a useful data structure. If the API you are using does not yet offer JSON output you can take advantage of Python’s excellent XML support.
2030 python-yubico 1.2.3 Pure-python library for interacting with Yubikeys
2031 python-zmq 15.4.0 PyZMQ is the official Python binding for the ZeroMQ Messaging Library (
2032 python-zope-interface 4.3.2 This package provides an implementation of object interfaces for Python. Interfaces are a mechanism for labeling objects as conforming to a given API or contract. So, this package can be considered as implementation of the Design By Contract methodology support in Python.
2033 pytz 2016.4 pytz brings the Olson tz database into Python. This library allows accurate and cross platform timezone calculations using Python 2.3 or higher. It also solves the issue of ambiguous times at the end of daylight savings, which you can read more about in the Python Library Reference (datetime.tzinfo). Almost all (over 540) of the Olson timezones are supported.
2034 pyusb 1.0.0 PyUSB provides easy USB access to python. The module contains classes and methods to support most USB operations.
2035 pywbem 0.8.0 A Python library for making CIM (Common Information Model) operations over HTTP using the WBEM CIM-XML protocol. It is based on the idea that a good WBEM client should be easy to use and not necessarily require a large amount of programming knowledge. It is suitable for a large range of tasks from simply poking around to writing web and GUI applications. WBEM, or Web Based Enterprise Management is a manageability protocol, like SNMP, standardised by the Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF) available at It also provides a Python provider interface, and is the fastest and easiest way to write providers on the planet.
2036 pyxattr 0.5.1 Extended attributes library wrapper for Python
2037 PyXML 0.8.4 The Python/XML distribution contains the basic tools required for processing XML data using the Python programming language, assembled into one easy-to-install package. The distribution includes parsers and standard interfaces such as SAX and DOM, along with various other useful modules.
2038 PyYAML 3.10 YAML parser and emitter for Python
2039 pyzy 0.1.0 The Chinese PinYin and Bopomofo conversion library.
2040 qca 2.0.3 QCA aims to provide a straightforward and cross-platform crypto API, using Qt datatypes and conventions. QCA separates the API from the implementation, using plugins known as Providers. The advantage of this model is to allow applications to avoid linking to or explicitly depending on any particular cryptographic library.
2041 qemu 2.7 QEMU is a generic and open source machine emulator and virtualizer.
2042 qemu-kvm 1.2 QEMU is a FAST! processor emulator
2043 qinternet 40113;a=snapshot;h=HEAD;sf=tgz Linux utility to manage internet connections.
2044 qpidc 0.24 Apache Qpid is a cross-platform Enterprise Messaging system which implements the Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP), providing message brokers written in C++ and Java, along with clients for C++, Java JMS, .Net, Python, and Ruby.
2045 qpid-java 0.12 The java implementation of Qpid is a pure Java message broker that implements the AMQP protocol. Essentially, Qpid is a robust, performant middleware component that can handle your messaging traffic.
2046 qpid-jca 0.18 JCA resource adapter for Apache Qpid
2047 qpid-qmf 0.14 The Qpid Management Framework
2048 qpid-tools 0.14 Management and diagnostic tools for Apache Qpid
2049 qrencode 3.4.2 Qrencode is a utility software using libqrencode to encode string data in a QR Code and save as a PNG image.
2050 qscintilla 2.6.2 As well as features found in standard text editing components, QScintilla includes features especially useful when editing and debugging source code. These include support for syntax styling, error indicators, code completion and call tips. The selection margin can contain markers like those used in debuggers to indicate breakpoints and the current line. Styling choices are more open than with many editors, allowing the use of proportional fonts, bold and italics, multiple foreground and background colours and multiple fonts.
2051 qt 5.2.1 http://download.qt- Qt is a cross-platform application and UI framework for developers using C++ or QML, a CSS & JavaScript like language.
2052 quagga 0.99.21 Quagga is a routing software suite, providing implementations of OSPFv2, OSPFv3, RIP v1 and v2, RIPng and BGP-4 for Unix platforms, particularly FreeBSD, Linux, Solaris and NetBSD. Quagga is a fork of GNU Zebra which was developed by Kunihiro Ishiguro. The Quagga tree aims to build a more involved community around Quagga than the current centralised model of GNU Zebra.
2053 quickfinder
2054 quipper 0.0.1 ChromeOS repo – ./third_party/chromiumos-overlay/chromeos-base/quipper Program used to collect performance data on ChromeOS machines
2055 quota 4.01 quota reports the quotas of all the filesystems listed in /etc/mtab. For filesystems that are NFS-mounted a call to the rpc.rquotad on the server machine is performed to get the information.
2056 rabbitmq-server 3.2.4 RabbitMQ is a messaging broker – an intermediary for messaging.
2057 radiusclient SUSE No URL found /bin/login replacement which uses the RADIUS protocol for authentication. Radiusclient is a /bin/login replacement which gets called by a getty to log in a user and to setup the user’s login environment. Normal login programs just check the login name and password which the user entered against the local password file (/etc/passwd, /etc /shadow). In contrast to that Radiusclient also uses the RADIUS protocol to authenticate the user. This is the main binary archive.
2058 radvd 5.8.1 radvd, the Router Advertisement Daemon, is an open-source software product that implements link-local advertisements of IPv6 router addresses and IPv6 routing prefixes using the Neighbor Discovery Protocol (NDP) as specified in RFC 2461.[2] The Router Advertisement Daemon is used by system administrators in stateless autoconfiguration methods of network hosts on Internet Protocol version 6 networks.
2059 raidtools 1.00.3 Utilities to support ‘old-style’ RAID disks The Multiple Device driver’s main goal is to group several disks or partitions together, making them look like a single block device. This includes linear adding of disks, RAID-0, RAID-4 and -5. If you are creating new RAID arrays, the raidtools2 package and newer RAID drivers may be a better choice. This package may only installed on systems with a kernel version higher than 2.1.62. With kernels from the 2.4 series or newer, or with 2.2 kernels with the ‘new-style’ RAID-patches, you should use raidtools2 instead.
2060 rcd version not determined Receiver-Carrier Detector
2061 rcs 5.8.1 The GNU Revision Control System The Revision Control System (RCS) manages multiple revisions of files. RCS automates the storing, retrieval, logging, identification, and merging of revisions. RCS is useful for text that is revised frequently, for example programs, documentation, graphics, papers, and form letters.
2062 rdesktop 1.7.0 RDP client for Windows NT/2000 Terminal Server rdesktop is an open source client for Windows NT/2000 Terminal Server, capable of natively speaking its Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) in order to present the user’s NT/2000 desktop. Unlike Citrix ICA, no server extensions are required.
2063 rdist 6.1.5 The RDist program maintains identical copies of files on multiple hosts. If possible, RDist will preserve the owner, group, mode and mtime of files and it can update programs that are executing. Install rdist if you need to maintain identical copies of files on multiple hosts.
2064 readahead 1.5.7 readahead is the file prefetching technology used in the Linux operating system. It is a system call that loads a file’s contents into the page cache. When a file is subsequently accessed, its contents are read from physical memory rather than from disk, which is much faster.
2065 readline 6.2 The Readline library provides a set of functions that allow users to edit command lines. Both Emacs and vi editing modes are available. The Readline library includes additional functions for maintaining a listof previously-entered command lines for recalling or editing thoselines, and for performing csh-like history expansion on previous commands.
2066 realmd 0.14.6 realmd is an on demand system DBus service, which allows callers to configure network authentication and domain membership in a standard way.
2067 recode 3.7-beta2 The GNU recode utility converts files between various character sets.
2068 red-carpet SUSE Red Carpet is a graphical software management tool for RPM and dpkg systems. Red Carpet allows you to update and remove existing software and install new software on your machine quickly and easily with complete dependency resolution. It also allows you to get informationon packages and dependencies and view a history of package transactions. To make the large amounts of available software easy to manage, Red Carpet organizes software conceptually into “channels”.
2069 regexp 1.5 A regular expression (regex or regexp for short) is a special text string for describing a search pattern. You can think of regular expressions as wildcards on steroids. You are probably familiar with wildcard notations such as *.txt to find all text files in a file manager. The regex equivalent is .*\.txt$.
2070 reiserfs 3.6.19 ReiserFS is a general-purpose, journaled computer file system designed and implemented by a team at Namesys led by Hans Reiser. ReiserFS is currently supported on Linux. Introduced in version 2.4.1 of the Linux kernel, it was the first journaling file system to be included in the standard kernel. ReiserFS is the default file system on the Elive, Xandros, Linspire, GoboLinux, and Yoper Linux distributions. ReiserFS was the default file system in Novell’s SUSE Linux Enterprise until Novell decided to move to ext3 on October 12, 2006 for future releases. [1]
2071 remoting-jmx 1.1.0Beta2 Expose JMX over remoting connections
2072 resapplet 0.1.4 Resapplet is a simple utility that sits in the system notification area and allows user switching of their resolution and refresh rate. It uses the xrandr extensions to switch the resolution on-the-fly and userE resolution preferences to save the resolution. It works in both GNOME and KDE, as it uses the system notification area.
2073 resmgr 0.9 The resource manager is a framework to give user applications access to certain device files. The resource manager daemon can be configured to give certain users access to different resource classes. It supports hotplugging devices (i.e. new devices can be added to and removed from resource classes at run time), and it provides transparent access to the raw SCSI device corresponding to a CD writer or a scanner.
2074 RESTEasy 2.3.3 Framework for building RESTful web services and java apps
2075 rgmanager 3.1.7 Running under CMAN (and using the DLM), rgmanager manages and provides failover capabilities for collections of resources called services, resource groups, or resource trees in a cluster. These resource groups are tree-structured, and have parent-child dependency and inheritance relationships within each subtree.
2076 rhgb 9.0.0 rhgb = redhat graphical boot – This is a GUI mode booting screen with most of the information hidden while the user sees a rotating activity icon spining and brief information as to what the computer is doing.
2077 rhm n/a Installation Guide, User Guide, Programmer’s Guide for C++, Java (JMS), and Python.
2078 rhn-applet 2.1.29 Panel applet for indication that newer Red Hat packages are available.
2079 rhn-client-tools 1.7.14 Red Hat Network Client Tools provide programs and libraries that allow your system to receive software updates from the Red Hat Network (RHN).
2080 rhnlib 2.5.51 This package contains Python libraries developed specifically for interfacing with Red Hat Network.
2081 rhnsd 4.9.15 rhnsd is a background daemon process that periodically polls the Red Hat Network to see if there are any queued actions available. If any are queued, rhnsd will execute those actions.
2082 rhpl 0.221 The rhpl package contains Python code used by programs in Red Hat Linux.
2083 rhpxl 1 rhpxl (pronounced “rapunzel”) is a python library that used to be a part of [“rhpl”] . It is used for configuring and starting up X from within python programs. The three big users of rhpxl are [“Anaconda”] , [“firstboot”] , and system-config-display.
2084 rhythmbox 2.97 Rhythmbox is an integrated music management application, originally inspired by Apple’s iTunes. It is free software, designed to work well under the GNOME Desktop, and based on the powerful GStreamer media framework.
2085 richfaces 4.2.2 UI framework utilizing JSF
2086 ril 2.3.5r1 Android Radio Interface Layer library
2087 rng-tools 5 Hardware random number generation tools.
2088 rng-utils 3 Hardware random number generation tools.
2089 rootdev 0.0.1 Chrome OS root block device tool/library
2090 rpcbind 0.2.0 Universal Addresses to RPC Program Number Mapper
2091 rpm 4.11.3 rpm is a powerful Package Manager, which can be used to build, install, query, verify, update, and erase individual software packages. A package consists of an archive of files and meta-data used to install and erase the archive files. The meta-data includes helper scripts, file attributes, and descriptive information about the package. Packages come in two varieties: binary packages, used to encapsulate software to be installed, and source packages, containing the source code and recipe necessary to produce binary packages.
2092 rpm-ostree 2016.5 This tool binds together the world of RPM packages with the OSTree model of bootable filesystem trees. It provides commands usable both on client systems as well as server-side composes.
2093 rp-pppoe 3.10 PPPoE (Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet) is a protocol used bymany ADSL Internet Service Providers. This package contains the Roaring Penguin PPPoE client, a user-mode program that does not require any kernel modifications. It is fully compliant with RFC 2516, the official PPPoE specification.
2094 rrdtool 1.4.8 Time-series data storage and display system (programs) RRD is the Acronym for Round Robin Database. RRD is a system to store and display time-series data (i.e. network bandwidth, machine-room temperature, server load average). It stores the data in a very compact way that will not expand over time, and it presents useful graphs by processing the data to enforce a certain data density. It can be used either via simple wrapper scripts (from shell or Perl) or via frontends that poll network devices and put friendly user interface on it. This package contains command line programs used to access and manipulate RRDs.
2095 rsaref SUSE RSA Reference Implementation. This was a fairly open implementation of the RSA algorithm that has been embedded into many problems. This is not the source code that RSA sells to vendors, but an open-source version that has been imbedded within freeware/open-source products (like ssh). A patent-license is still required when using this code in commercial products, though. Key point: RSAREF has been supported by RSA (the company) for a long time, and a number of security holes have been found in this implementation. RSA wants people to use the BSAFE development kit instead. In late 1999 in particular, a bug was found that allows ssh to be hacked.
2096 rsh 0.17 Rsh copies its standard input to the remote command, the standard output of the remote command to its standard output, and the standard error of the remote command to its standard error. Interrupt, quit and terminate signals are propagated to the remote command; rsh normally terminates when the remote command does.
2097 rsync 3.0.9 rsync is an open source utility that provides fast incremental file transfer.
2098 rsyslog 8.23.0 Rsyslog has become the de-facto standard on modern Linux operating systems. Its high-performance log processing, database integration, modularity and support for multiple logging protocols make it the sysadmins logging daemon of choice. The project was started in 2004 and has since then evolved rapidly.
2099 rtcheck 0.7.6 n/a rtcheck is an application that tests the running system for real-time capabilities and reports back if all capabilities it looks for are identified, including an error mask describing the capabilities that are not present. Realtime enabled applications can use rtcheck to determine if their environment will allow them to run correctly.
2100 rtctl 1.9 n/a
2101 rt-watchdog 1 BROKEN – The rt-watchdog program, written by User:Vhmauery is a general userspace watchdog program to prevent the system from being taken over by runaway real-time processes. It launches two threads: the first a SCHED_FIFO 99 thread that runs periodically; the second, a SCHED_OTHER thread that is the canary. When the canary is starved, it stops singing and the watchdog presumes that some (often the number of CPUs) number of processes are hogging all the CPU time. When this happens, it takes some action to remedy the situation. The default action is to kill one or more processes. So it looks at all the real-time threads and processes currently running and determines which ones are taking the most time and kills them systematically.
2102 ruby An interpreter of object-oriented scripting language Ruby Ruby is the interpreted scripting language for quick and easy object-oriented programming. It has many features to process text files and to do system management tasks (as in perl). It is simple, straight-forward, and extensible.
2103 rubygem-daemons 1.1.4 A toolkit to create and control daemons in different ways
2104 rubygem-eventmachine 0.12.10 Ruby/EventMachine library
2105 rubygem-fssm 0.2.7 File system state monitor
2106 rubygem-haml 3.1.2 An elegant, structured XHTML/XML templating engine
2107 rubygem-hpricot 0.8.4 A Fast, Enjoyable HTML Parser for Ruby
2108 rubygem-json 1.4.6 A JSON implementation in Ruby
2109 rubygem-maruku 0.6.0 Maruku is a Markdown-superset interpreter written in Ruby
2110 rubygem-mime-types 1.16 Return the MIME Content-Type for a given filename
2111 rubygem-mocha 0.9.7 Mocking and stubbing library
2112 rubygem-net-ssh 2.0.23 Net::SSH: a pure-Ruby implementation of the SSH2 client protocol
2113 rubygem-nokogiri 1.5.0 An HTML, XML, SAX, and Reader parser
2114 rubygem-openshift-origin-admin-console Administrative Web Console.
2115 rubygem-openshift-origin-auth-kerberos Provides a kerberos auth service based plugin.
2116 rubygem-openshift-origin-auth-remote-user OpenShift plugin for remote-user authentication.
2117 rubygem-openshift-origin-console OpenShift Origin User Web Console.
2118 rubygem-openshift-origin-container-selinux OpenShift plugin for SELinux based containers.
2119 rubygem-openshift-origin-dns-avahi Provides a DNS service update plugin using Avahi.
2120 rubygem-openshift-origin-dns-nsupdate Provides a DNS service update plugin using nsupdate.
2121 rubygem-openshift-origin-dns-route53 Provides an AWS Route53 DNS update service based plugin.
2122 rubygem-openshift-origin-frontend-apachedb Provides the ApacheDB plugin for OpenShift web frontends
2123 rubygem-openshift-origin-frontend-apache-mod-rewrite Provides the Apache mod_rewrite plugin for OpenShift web frontends.
2124 rubygem-openshift-origin-frontend-apache-vhost Provides the Apache Virtual Hosts plugin for OpenShift web frontends
2125 rubygem-openshift-origin-frontend-haproxy-sni-proxy Provides the HAProxy SNI Proxy plugin for OpenShift frontends.
2126 rubygem-openshift-origin-frontend-nodejs-websocket Provides the NodeJS Websocket plugin for OpenShift web frontends.
2127 rubygem-openshift-origin-routing-activemq OpenShift plug-in for publishing routing information on an ActiveMQ queue.
2128 rubygem-rack 1.3.0 Common API for connecting web frameworks, web servers and layers of software
2129 rubygem-rack-accept 0.4.3 HTTP Accept* for Ruby/Rack
2130 rubygem-rack-test 0.6.1 Simple testing API built on Rack
2131 rubygem-rake 0.8.7 Ruby based make-like utility
2132 rubygem-rest-client 1.6.1 Simple REST client for Ruby, inspired by microframework syntax for specifying actions
2133 rubygems 1.8.16 The Ruby standard for packaging ruby libraries
2134 rubygem-sass 3.1.4 A powerful but elegant CSS compiler that makes CSS fun again
2135 rubygem-sinatra 1.2.6 Ruby-based web application framework
2136 rubygem-syntax 1.0.0 Ruby library for performing simple syntax highlighting
2137 rubygem-thin 1.2.11 A thin and fast web server
2138 rubygem-tilt 1.3.2 Generic interface to multiple Ruby template engines
2139 rubygem-yard 0.7.2 Documentation tool for consistent and usable documentation in Ruby
2140 ruby-qpid 0.8 The Apache Qpid project’s Ruby language client for AMQP.
2141 ruby-rhubarb 0.4.0 Simple versioned object-graph persistence layer
2142 ruby-spqr 0.3.5 SPQR: {Schema Processor|Straightforward Publishing} for QMF agents in Ruby
2143 ruby-sqlite3 1.2.4 Allows Ruby scripts to interface with a SQLite3 database
2144 rug SUSE rug is the command-line interface to the ZENworks Linux Management (ZLM) agent. It works with the ZLM daemon to install, update, and remove software according to the commands you give it. The software which it installs can be from ZENworks 7 Linux Management, ZENworks 6.6.x Linux Management servers, aptrpm repositories, as well as local files.
2145 rzsz 0.12.20 rzsz allows you to use “sz filename” to send a file to your local system.
2146 s390-tools 1.4.1 s390-tools is a package with a set of user space utilities to be used with the Linux on System z distributions. Please refer to the s390-tools overview for a list of the tools and their functionality.
2147 s390utils 1.15.0 This package contains utilities related to Linux for S/390.
2148 sabayon 2.30.1 Sabayon is a system administration tool to define and deploy desktop profiles for the GNOME desktop environment. It allows you to control such things as panel layouts, menu items, default gconf settings, as well as provide pre-defined defaults for some non-GNOME programs such as Firefox. It also makes use of the lockdown functionality of Pessulus. It does this by providing a “desktop within a window”, allowing you to customize your desktop as you see fit, then recording your changes, to be applied to users by the sabayon-apply program at login time.
2149 salinfo 1.2 Signature : DSA/SHA1, Wed Jun 30 21:54:40 2004, Key ID a84edae89c800aca The IA64 Linux kernel has a Software Abstraction Layer (SAL). One of SAL’s tasks is to record machine problems such as CMC (correctable machine checks), CPE (correctable platform errors), MCA (machine check architecture) and INIT (cpu initialized after boot). These records are provided by SAL to user space. salinfo saves and decodes CMC/CPE/MCA and INIT records.
2150 samba 4.5.0 Samba-server provides a SMB server which can be used to provide network services to SMB (sometimes called “Lan Manager”) clients. Samba uses NetBIOS over TCP/IP (NetBT) protocols and does NOT need NetBEUI (Microsoft Raw NetBIOS frame) protocol. Samba-2.2 features working NT Domain Control capability andincludes the SWAT (Samba Web Administration Tool) that allows samba’s smb.conf file to be remotely managed using your favourite web browser. For the time being this is being enabled on TCP port 901 via xinetd. SWAT is now included init’s own subpackage, samba-swat. Users are advised to use Samba-2.2 as a Windows NT4 Domain Controller only on networks that do NOT have a WindowsNT Domain Controller. This release does NOT as yet have Backup Domain control ability. Please refer to the WHATSNEW.txt document for fixup information. This binary release includes encrypted password support. Please read the smb.conf file and ENCRYPTION.txt in the docs directory for implementation details. From Mandrake 9.0 RPM
2151 sandbox 2.4 sandbox’d LD_PRELOAD hack
2152 sane 1.0.22 SANE is an application programming interface (API) that provides standardized access to any raster image scanner hardware. The standardized interface makes it possible to write just one driver for each scanner device instead of one driver for each scanner and application.
2153 sanlock 3.4 The sanlock daemon manages leases for applications running on a cluster of hosts with shared storage. All lease management and coordination is done through reading and writing blocks on the shared storage.
2154 sash 3.7 Stand-alone shell. sash serves as an interactive substitute for /bin/sh, for use when /bin/sh is unusable. It’s statically linked, and inludes many standard utilities as builtins (type “help” at the prompt for a reference list). If you’ve installed sash before rendering your system unbootable, and you have some knowledge of how your system is supposed to work, you might be able to repair your system using init=/bin/sash at the boot prompt. Some people also prefer to have sash available as the shell for a root account (perhaps an under an alternate name such as sashroot) Configuration support is included for people who want this. Note: sash is not intended to serve as /bin/sh, and has few of the interactive features present in bash or ksh. It’s designed to be simple and robust, for people who need to do emergency repair work on a system. Also note: sash doesn’t include a built-in fsck — fsck is too big and complicated. If you need fsck, you’ll have to get at least one partition or disk working well enough to run fsck. More generally, sash is but one tool of many (backups, backup recovery tools, emergency boot disks or partitions, spare parts, testing of disaster plans, etc.) to help you recover a damaged system. From Debian 3.0r0 APT
2155 satyr 0.21 Satyr is a library that can be used to create and process microreports. Microreports consist of structured data suitable to be analyzed in a fully automated manner, though they do not necessarily contain sufficient information to fix the underlying problem. The reports are designed not to contain any potentially sensitive data to eliminate the need for review before submission. Included is a tool that can create microreports and perform some basic operations on them.
2156 sax2 SUSE SaX2 is a tool to configure the X11 system based on the XOrg version developed by The program comes with an easy to use Qt based GUI system to setup the most important features X provides. If called SaX2 will detect the graphics hardware including all graphics related peripherals and presents an automatic generated configuration suggestion. The user is now able to setup the system according to his needs using the GUI system.
2157 sax2-ident SUSE This package contains information about the supported graphics hardware and its special parameters. For some graphics cards a profile is needed to describe configuration parameters outside the ordinary way of setting up the card with SaX2.
2158 sax2-libsax SUSE libsax provides a C++ written library to manage X11 configurations
2159 sax2-libsax-perl SUSE This package provides a wrapper to be able to use libsax in perl written programs.
2160 sax2-tools SUSE Some small X Window System tools to handle input devices, for example, mouse and keyboard.
2161 sbl SUSE Super BASIC Language (BASIC)
2162 sblim 1.6.1 SBLIM (pronounced “sublime”) is an umbrella project for a collection of systems management tools to enable WBEM on Linux. Using the components of the SBLIM project, you can manage your Linux systems using open, standards-based technology.
2163 sblim-cim-client2 2.1.12 Java CIM Client library
2164 sblim-cmpi-base 1.6.1 SBLIM CMPI Base Providers
2165 sblim-gather 2.2.6 SBLIM Gatherer
2166 sblim-sfcb 1.3.15 Small Footprint CIM Broker
2167 sblim-smis-hba 1.0.0 SBLIM SMIS HBA HDR Providers
2168 schedutils 1.5.0 schedutils is a set of utilities for retrieving and manipulating process scheduler-related attributes, such as real-time parameters and CPU affinity. schedutils currently contains the following programs: * chrt – * taskset – manipulate task CPU affinity
2169 scim 1.4.14 The Smart Common Input Method platform (SCIM) is an input method (IM) platform containing support for more than thirty languages (CJK and many European languages) for POSIX-style operating systems including Linux and BSD.
2170 scim-anthy 1.2.7 Japanese Anthy input method module for SCIM
2171 scim-bridge 0.4.16 Scim-bridge is yet another gtk-immodule for SCIM.It communicates with scim over sockets, and the DLL loaded by applications is written in pure C (for now). You can use this to avoid the problem caused by C++ ABI transition.
2172 scim-chewing 0.3.4 Smart Common Input Method platfo rm, in short SCIM, is a development platform to make Input Method developers live easier. It has very clear architecture and very simple programming interface.
2173 scim-chinese-standard 0.0.2 SCIM support for Input Method specification of Chinese Linux Standard.
2174 scim-hangul 0.3.2 SCIM IMEngine module for Korean(Hangul) input
2175 scim-m17n 0.2.3 uses m17n lib as the backend.
2176 scim-pinyin 0.5.92 This package provides smart pinyin IM engine for SCIM. It includes the plugin modules and the data files. With this module you can use the smart pinyin input method for Chinese.
2177 scim-qtimm 1.4.11 It brings functionality similar to the immodule for GTK+ to the Qt library.The main goal is to extend and enhance the input method support in the Qt library, in order to provide a modern and powerful multi-language input system.
2178 scim-sinhala 0.3.0
(scim-sinhala) Sayura is a quasi-transliteration scheme for Sinhala script. Unlike true tansliteration schemes, Sayura uses individual Latin characters to signify unmodified consonents, and not their “hal” form. For example, ?? is entered as “mm”, and not “mama”.
2179 scim-tables 0.5.9 generic tables IM engine module for SCIM platform
2180 scim-uim 1.4.11 This package provides the UIM IM engine module for SCIM. It provides various imput methods through UIM library. With this module you can use all the input methods provided by UIM with the SCIM user interface.
2181 scl-utils 20120809 Utilities for alternative packaging
2182 scons 2.0.1 mirror://sourceforge/scons/scons-2.0.1.tar.gz doc? ( -> scons-2.0.1-user.pdf -> scons-2.0.1-user.html ) Extensible Python-based build utility
2183 scpm SUSE SCPM lets you adapt your machine’s configuration to different environments and hardware configurations. The need to reconfigure your settings is most common in laptops, where you may need not only several different network configurations (with or without DHCP, firewalls, gateways, and proxies) but also different hardware. For example, sometimes you may need to use a Wi-Fi USB device, and you may or may not always have a printer available.
2184 scratchbox2 2.3.90 Scratchbox 2 is a cross-compilation engine, it can be used to create a highly flexible SDK.
2185 screen 4.1.0 Screen is a full-screen window manager that multiplexes a physical terminal between several processes (typically interactive shells). Each virtual terminal provides the functions of a DEC VT100 terminal and, in addition, several control functions from the ISO 6429 (ECMA 48, ANSI X3.64) and ISO 2022 standards (e.g. insert/delete line and support for multiple character sets). There is a scrollback history buffer for each virtual terminal and a copy-and-paste mechanism that allows moving text regions between windows.
2186 scribus 1.4.1 Scribus is an Open Source program that brings professional page layout to Linux/UNIX, Mac OS X, OS/2 Warp 4/eComStation and Windows desktops with a combination of press-ready output and new approaches to page design.
2187 scrollkeeper 0.1.1 ScrollKeeper is a cataloging system for documentation on open systems. It manages documentation metadata (as specified by the Open Source Metadata Framework(OMF)) and provides a simple API to allow help browsers to find, sort, and search the document catalog. It will also be able to communicate with catalog servers on the Net to search for documents which are not on the local system.
2188 scrub 2.5.2 Disk scrubbing program
2189 scsi SUSE Small Computer System Interface, or SCSI (pronounced scuzzy[1]), is a set of standards for physically connecting and transferring data between computers and peripheral devices. The SCSI standards define commands, protocols, and electrical and optical interfaces. SCSI is most commonly used for hard disks and tape drives, but it can connect a wide range of other devices, including scanners and CD drives. The SCSI standard defines command sets for specific peripheral device types; the presence of “unknown” as one of these types means that in theory it can be used as an interface to almost any device, but the standard is highly pragmatic and addressed toward commercial requirements.
2190 scsi-changer 0.2 This is a driver for SCSI Media Changer devices, for example tape libraries or CD-ROM/MOD Jukeboxes.
2191 scsirastools 1.6.4 This project includes changes that enhance the Reliability, Availability and Serviceability (RAS) of the drivers and tools that are commonly used in a Linux disk management and Linux RAID-1 configuration. Linux Root Disk Mirroring (RAID-1) is the technique of using redundant disks to record multiple copies of the data so that a failure of one disk does not cause data loss. This does not necessarily address the needs of hardware RAID adapters. The RAID adapter vendor should be the source of tools for that.
2192 scsi-target-utils 1.0.46 The scsi-target-utils package contains the daemon and tools to setup iSCSI targets.
2193 SDL 1.2.15 SDL < > is a library by Sam Lantiga (graduate of UCD, yeah!). It’s actually a meta-library, meaning that not only is it a graphics library which hides the details of xlib programming, it provides an easy interface for sound, music and event handling. It’s LGPL’d and provides joystick and OpenGL support as well. Unlike xlib (Section 3.8 ), SDL is very suited for game programming.
2194 SDL_net 1.2.8 This is a small sample cross-platform networking library, with a sample chat client and server application. The chat client uses the GUIlib GUI framework library.
2195 seabios 1.9.3 SeaBIOS is an open-source legacy BIOS implementation which can be used as a coreboot payload. It implements the standard BIOS calling interfaces that a typical x86 proprietary BIOS implements.
2196 seccheck SUSE Seccheck is a feature rich, modular, host-level security checker for Solaris 10. Easily expandable with customised modules, Seccheck produces highly detailed reports based around known and published security best-practices and guidelines. It also produces recommendations on how to fix flagged security issues.
2197 security-negotiation 2.1.0 SPNego/Kerberos SSO for Java EE applications
2198 sed 4.2.2 Sed is a stream editor. A stream editor is used to perform basic text transformations on an input stream (a file or input from a pipeline). While in some ways similar to an editor which permits scripted edits (such as ed), sed works by making only one pass over the input(s), and is consequently more efficient. But it is sed’s ability to filter text in a pipeline which particularly distinguishes it from other types of editors.
2199 selinux-doc n/a Documentation package Security-enhanced Linux is a patch of the Linux kernel and a number of utilities with enhanced security functionality designed to add mandatory access controls to Linux. The Security-enhanced Linux kernel contains new architectural components originally developed to improve the security of the Flask operating system. These architectural components provide general support for the enforcement of many kinds of mandatory access control policies, including those based on the concepts of Type Enforcement, Role-based Access Control, and Multi-level Security. This package contains build instructions, porting information, and a CREDITS file for SELinux. Some of these files will be split up into per-package files in the future, and other documentation will be added to this package (e.g. an updated form of the Configuring the SELinux Policy report).
2200 selinux-policy 3.13.1 Policy is the set of rules that guide the SELinux security engine. It defines types for file objects and domains for processes, uses roles to limit the domains that can be entered, and has user identities to specify the roles that can be attained. A domain is what a type is called when it is applied to a process.
2201 selinux-policy-targeted 3.10.0 Security-enhanced Linux is a patch of the Linux kernel and a number of utilities with enhanced security functionality designed to add mandatory access controls to Linux. The Security-enhanced Linux kernel contains new architectural components originally developed to improve the security of the Flask operating system. These architectural components provide general
support for the enforcement of many kinds of mandatory access control policies, including those based on the concepts of Type Enforcement, Role-based Access Control, and Multi-level Security.
2202 selinux-policy-targeted-sources 3.10.0 This subpackage includes the source files used to build the policy configuration. Includes policy.conf and the Makefiles, macros and source files for it.
2203 sendmail 8.14.7 The Sendmail program is a very widely used Mail Transport Agent (MTA). MTAs send mail from one machine to another. Sendmail is not a client program, which you use to read your email. Sendmail is a behind-the-scenes program which actually moves your email over networks or the Internet to where you want it to go. If you ever need to reconfigure Sendmail, you will also need to have the package installed. If you need documentation on Sendmail, you can install the sendmail-doc package.
2204 sensors 3.3.1 Provides hardware monitoring
2205 servletapi5 n/a (merge into Tomcat?) This subproject contains the source code for the implementation classes of the Java Servlet and JSP APIs (packages javax.servlet).
2206 sesame 1.0 MRG management system agent
2207 setools 3.3.7 Configuring high-end SELinux (Security-enhanced Linux) policies can be a daunting challenge to system administrators, especially those who are new to the concepts and processes. But there are a number of useful tools available that will help you write, analyze and report on your policy. In this tip we’ll look at one of these tools: SETools, a free open source product from Tresys Technology.
2208 setroubleshoot 3.1.16 SELinux is a powerful security technology bringing Mandatory Access Control (MAC) to a mainstream Operating System , however it has often frustrated users leading to a perception it is difficult to use. Here at Red Hat we initiated a project called the SELinux Usability Project to try and make SELinux more friendly. The initial outcome of this work is a tool called “setroubleshoot”.
2209 setroubleshoot-plugins 3.0.44 This package provides a set of analysis plugins for use with setroubleshoot. Each plugin has the capacity to analyze SELinux AVC data and system data to provide user friendly reports describing how to interpret SELinux AVC denials.
2210 setserial 2.17.1 setserial is a program designed to set and/or report the configuration information associated with a serial port. This information includes what I/O port and IRQ a particular serial port is using, and whether or not the break key should be interpreted as the Secure Attention Key, and so on.
2211 setup 2.8.71 setup is called once from within linux/init/main.c. It calls initialization functions for devices and file systems configured into the kernel and then mounts the root file system.
2212 setuptool 1.19.11 Setuptool is a user-friendly text mode menu utility which allows you to access all of the text mode configuration programs included in the operating system distribution.
2213 sfftobmp 3.1.3 SffToBmp is a converter tool, written in C++, to transform SFF files to BMP, JPEG or multipage TIFF format. In addition generation of PBM files (Portable Bitmap) is also possible which can be transformed into nearly any other graphics format using the PBMPLUS tools that are included in almost every Linux distribution nowadays.
2214 sg3_utils 1.37 The sg3_utils package contains utilities that send SCSI commands to devices. As well as devices on transports traditionally associated with SCSI (e.g. Fibre Channel (FCP), Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) and the SCSI Parallel Interface(SPI)) many other devices use SCSI command sets. ATAPI cd/dvd drives and SATA disks that connect via a translation layer or a bridge device are examples of devices that use SCSI command sets.
2215 sgabios 0.20110622svn;a=tree;h=a85446adb0e07ccd5211619a6f215bcfc3c5ab29;hb=23d474943dcd55d0550a3d20b3d30e9040a4f15b SGABIOS is designed to be inserted into a BIOS as an option rom to provide over a serial port the display and input capabilities normally handled by a VGA adapter and a keyboard, and additionally provide hooks for logging displayed characters for later collection after an operating system boots.
2216 sgpio None available None available Intel SGPIO enclosure management utility
2217 sgrep 1.92a a tool to search a file for structured pattern Sgrep (structured grep) is a tool for searching text files and filtering text streams for structured criteria. Sgrep implements a query language based on so called region expressions. Like grep, sgrep can be used for any kind of text files. However it is most useful for text files containing some kind of structured text. A file containing structured text could be defined as a file, which obeys some syntax. Examples of structured text files are SGML, HTML, C, Tex and mail files.
2218 shadow-utils 4.2.1 The shadow-utils package includes the necessary programs for converting UNIX password files to the shadow password format, plus programs for managing user and group accounts. The pwconv command converts passwords to the shadow password format. The pwunconv command unconverts shadow passwords and generates an npasswd file (a standard UNIX password file). The pwck command checks the integrity of password and shadow files. The lastlog command prints out the last login times for all users. The useradd, userdel and usermod commands are used for managing user accounts. The groupadd, groupdel andgroupmod commands are used for managing group accounts.
2219 shared-mime-info 1.1,, The shared-mime-info package contains the core database of common types and the *update-mime-database* command used to extend it. It requires glib2 to be installed for building the update command. Additionally, it uses intltool for translations, though this is only a dependency for the maintainers. This database is translated at Transifex.
2220 sharutils 4.11.1 The sharutils package contains the GNU shar utilities, a set of tools for encoding and decoding packages of files (in binary or text format) in a special plain text format called shell archives (shar). This format can be sent through email (which can be problematic for regular binary files). The shar utility supports a wide range of capabilities (compressing, uuencoding, splitting long files for multi-part mailings, providing checksums), which make it very flexible at creating shar files. After the files have been sent, the unshartool scans mail messages looking for shar files. Unshar automatically strips off mail headers and introductory text and then unpacks the sharfiles. Install sharutils if you send binary files through email very often.
2221 shflags 1.0.3 Command-line flags module for Unix shell scripts
2222 shill 0.0.1 Shill Connection Manager for Chromium OS
2223 shim 0.2 First-stage UEFI bootloader
2224 siga n/a This useful command grabs all the configuration files on a system and saves them in one, easy to navigate webpage. When running it you have the option to open it with a variety of browsers, save it to a directory or storage media, or (coolest of all) even open it in a remote display!
2225 sil-abyssinica 1 SIL Opentype Unicode fonts for Ethiopic languages
2226 Skia git clone external Google 2D graphics library
2227 skim 1.4.11 skim is an input method platform based upon scim-lib that has been optimized for KDE. skim project provides a GUI panel (named scim-panel-kde), a KConfig config module, and SetupUIs for itself and scim-lib. It also has its own plugin system, which supports on-demand loadable actions.
2228 skkdic 20111016 SKK Dictionary (SKK-JISYO.L) This package contains SKK-JISYO.L. SKK-JISYO.[SM] and other dictionaries are provided in skkdic-extra.
2229 skkinput 2.06.4 X input method for Japanese for SKK method. skkinput is application to input Japanese for X application using protocols such as kinput2/XIM/Ximp protocol. skkinput communicates with skkserv using Berkeley Socket. Without skkserv, local dictionary files is used.
2230 slang 2.2.4 S-lang is a C-like programming language, designed to be embedded in programs. It provides standard screen handling functions and can provide access to program internals, allowing program users to create customized procedures.
2231 sleepd 1.1.0-rc1 Daemon that is started when webOS boots; responsible for scheduling platform sleeps for optimum battery performance
2232 slocate 2.7 N/A Secure Locate provides a secure way to index and quickly search for files on your system. It uses incremental encoding just like GNU locate to compress its database to make searching faster, but it will also store file permissions and ownership so that users will not see files they do not have access to.
2233 slrn 0.9.9p1 slrn is an open source text-based news client. It was originally developed for Unix-like operating systems, but is now available for many other operating systems, including Microsoft Windows.
2234 smartmontools 6.2 The smartmontools package contains two utility programs (smartctl and smartd) to control and monitor storage systems using the Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology System (SMART) built into most modern ATA and SCSI harddisks. In many cases, these utilities will provide advanced warning of disk degradation and failure.
2235 smpppd SUSE The SUSE Meta PPP Daemon manages Dial-Up connections on behalf of the user.
2236 snapper 0.1.1 Tool for filesystem snapshot management
2237 snappy 1.1.3 Snappy is a compression/decompression library. It does not aim for maximum compression, or compatibility with any other compression library; instead, it aims for very high speeds and reasonable compression. For instance, compared to the fastest mode of zlib, Snappy is an order of magnitude faster for most inputs, but the resulting compressed files are anywhere from 20% to 100% bigger.
2238 snort 0.6.2 Flexible NIDS (Network Intrusion Detection System) Snort is a libpcap-based packet sniffer/logger which can be used as a lightweight network intrusion detection system. It features rules based logging and can perform content searching/matching in addition to being used to detect a variety of other attacks and probes, such as buffer overflows, stealth port scans, CGI attacks, SMB probes, and much more. Snort has a real-time alerting capability, with alerts being sent to syslog, a separate “alert” file, or even to a Windows computer via Samba.
2239 socat TBC TBC Socat is a relay for bidirectional data transfer between two independent data channels. Each of these data channels may be a file, pipe, device (serial line etc. or a pseudo terminal), a socket (UNIX, IP4, IP6 – raw, UDP, TCP), an SSL socket, proxy CONNECT connection, a file descriptor (stdin etc.), the GNU line editor (readline), a program, or a combination of two of these.
2240 sodipodi 0.34 Vector based drawing program. It loads and saves subset of SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) format, a standard maintained by the WWW consortium. Sodipodi user interface should be familiar from CorelDraw and similar drawing programs. There are rectangles, ellipses, text items, bitmap images and freehand curves. As an added bonus both vector and bitmap objects can have alpha transparency and can be arbitrarily transformed. Sodipodi supports multiple opened files and multiple views per file. Graphics can be printed and exported to png bitmaps.
2241 Sonance SUSE Sonance is a brand spankin new audio player based on the GStreamer media library and is developed on the Open Source Mono .NET Platform, written in C#. It uses the gst-sharp GStreamer bindings, which are currently only available via CVS. Version 0.2 now supports shuffle/repeat modes, playlist searching, recursive directory additions, and saves the window/widget states in GConf. Sonance may currently act as a simple drop-in XMMS/Beep replacement. It sports a basic playlist, with add/remove/clear/reorder support, and metadata support through GStreamer. Now that Sonance has a stable base, the goal is to create an entire music organization and playback platform, much like Rhythmbox and iTunes. However, Sonance will have a much smaller footprint, and will be more versatile: you dont have to utilize a music library. Sometimes its just nice to have a standalone player that isnt dependent on any kind of database. Sonance is multi-threaded. Playback is always smooth and fast, based on a solid, featureful GStreamer core, and adding lots of files to the playlist is no problem, because additions are done in a separate thread. Sonance is easy to use, simple, yet powerful, and its future is very bright..
2242 sos 3.3 Sos is a set of tools that gathers information about system hardware and configuration. The information can then be used for diagnostic purposes and debugging. Sos is commonly used to help support technicians and developers.
2243 sound-juicer 3.5.0 Sound Juicer is the GNOME CD ripper, included in GNOME Desktop from GNOME 2.10.
2244 sox 14.4.0 SoX (Sound eXchange) is a sound file format converter for Linux, UNIX and DOS PCs. The self-described ‘Swiss Army knife of soundtools,’ SoX can convert between many different digitized sound formats and perform simple sound manipulation functions, including sound effects. Install the sox package if you’d like to convert sound file formats or manipulate some sounds.
2245 spamassassin 3.3.2 Perl-based spam filter using text analysis This package contains a script that is designed to be called from a user’s .forward or .procmailrc file, and acts to filter out all junk or spam e-mail. It also contains a daemon and client (written in C) designed for high load servers, reducing loading overhead. It includes automatic white-listing, RBL testing, and header and body testing for common spam contents. With librazor-perl, it also checks messages against an online collaborative database.
2246 speex 1.2.rc1 Speex is an Open Source/Free Software patent-free audio compression format designed for speech. The Speex Project aims to lower the barrier of entry for voice applications by providing a free alternative to expensive proprietary speech codecs. Moreover, Speex is well-adapted to Internet applications and provides useful features that are not present in most other codecs. Finally, Speex is part of the GNU Project and is available under the revised BSD license.
2247 spice 0.10.1 Core spice remote desktop libraries
2248 spice-gtk 0.12.101 Spice library bindings for GTK+
2249 spice-html5 0.1.1 Spice Web client which runs entirely within a modern browser
2250 spice-vdagent 0.10.1 Spice virtual desktop agent
2251 spice-xpi 2.7 Spice interface for use in Mozilla/Firefox
2252 SPident SUSE n/a This program queries the RPM database and matches each installed package against all known Service Packs. The newest SP, which is not violated by any out-of-date package, is announced as being “installed”.
2253 sqlite 3.7.17 A command line interface for SQLite SQLite is is a C library that implements an SQL database engine. Programs that link with the SQLite library can have SQL database access without running a separate RDBMS process.
2254 squashfs-tools 4.3 Squashfs is a compressed read-only filesystem for Linux. Squashfs is intended for general read-only filesystem use, for archival use (i.e. in cases where a .tar.gz file may be used), and in constrained block device/memory systems (e.g. embedded systems) where low overhead is needed.
2255 squid 3.2.1 Internet Object Cache (WWW proxy cache) This is the Squid Internet Object Cache developed by the National Laboratory for Applied Networking Research (NLANR) and Internet volunteers. This software is freely available for anyone to use. The Squid home page is http://
2256 squirrelmail 1.4.22 SquirrelMail is an Open Source project that provides both a web-based email application and an IMAP proxy server.
2257 src_vipa 2.0.4 src_vipa is a recommended utility that provides a very flexible means of source address selection to arbitrary applications. This is in particular useful for high availability setups, where the dummy device holds a “VIPA” (virtual IP address). src_vipa is a User Space utility and involves no kernel changes.
2258 srec 2.3.5r1 Speech recognition library
2259 srptools 0.0.4 In conjunction with the kernel ib_srp driver, srptools allows you to discover and use Infiniband attached storage devices which use the SCSI RDMA Protocol (SRP).
2260 sssd 1.14.2 System Security Services Daemon
2261 star 1.5.2 Star archives and extracts multiple files to and from a single file called a tarfile. A tarfile is usually a magnetic tape, but it can be any file. In all cases, appearance of a directory name refers to the files and (recursively) subdirectories of that directory.
2262 stardict 3.0.3 StarDict, developed by Hu Zheng (??), is a free GUI released under the GPL for accessing StarDict dictionary files (a dictionary shell). It is the successor of the program StarDic, developed by Ma Su’an (???). The version number of StarDict follows that of StarDic.
2263 startup-notification 0.12 startup-notification contains a reference implementation of the startup notification protocol. The reference implementation is mostly under an X Window System style license, and has no special dependencies.
2264 staxmapper 1.1.1 StAX facade with plugability + usability enhancements
2265 Stlport git clone external C++ standard template library
2266 storaged 2.1.0-rc1 Daemon responsible for enabling and disabling Mass Storage Mode (MSM) on the platform; only started when the platform is connected to a host computer via USB
2267 strace 4.8 trace system calls and signals
2268 strongswan 4.6.4 IPsec-based VPN solution focused on security and ease of use, supporting IKEv1/IKEv2 and MOBIKE
2269 struts Apache Struts is a free open-source framework for creating Java web applications.
2270 stunnel 4.45 Stunnel is a program that allows you to encrypt arbitrary TCP connections inside SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) available on both Unix and Windows. Stunnel can allow you to secure non-SSL aware daemons and protocols (like POP, IMAP, LDAP, etc) by having Stunnel provide the encryption, requiring no changes to the daemon’s code.
2271 submount 0.9 Submount is a new attempt to solve the removable media problem for Linux. Its purpose is to automatically mount and unmount cd, floppy, and other removable media drives while remaining entirely invisible to the user.
2272 subscription-manager 1.18.1 The Subscription Manager package provides programs and libraries to allow users to manage subscriptions and yum repositories from the Red Hat entitlement platform.
2273 subversion 1.7.6 Subversion is an open source version control system. Using Subversion, you can record the history of source files and documents. It manages files and directories over time. A tree of files is placed into a central repository. The repository is much like an ordinary file server, except that it remembers every change ever made to files and directories.
2274 sudo 1.8.17p1 Sudo (superuser do) allows a system administrator to give certain users (or groups of users) the ability to run some (or all) commands as root while logging all commands and arguments. Sudo operates on a per-command basis. It is not a replacement for the shell. Features include: the ability to restrict what commands a user may run on aper-host basis, copious logging of each command (providing a clear audit trail of who did what), a configurable timeout of the sudo command, and the ability to use the same configuration file (sudoers) on many different machines.
2275 Sugar Labs 0.98 Sugar Learning Platform
2276 sumf SUSE SUMF is a graphical front-end to SCPM (System Configuration Profile Management).
2277 susefirewall2 SUSE SuSEfirewall2 is a stateful network packet filter also known as firewall. It is a script that generates iptables rules from configuration stored in the /etc/sysconfig/SuSEfirewall2 file. SuSEfirewall2 protects you from network attacks by rejecting or dropping some unwanted packets that reach your network interface.
2278 susehelp SUSE SUSEhelp is a choob bot (which is developed by Warwick’s CompSoc) maintained by BenJIman, and is used in several #suse / #opensuse* channels.
2279 suseRegister SUSE n/a Commandline tool to register Novell/SUSE products.
2280 suspend 1 n/a Suspend the execution of this shell until it receives a SIGCONT signal. The -f option says not to complain if this is a login shell; just suspend anyway. The return status is 0 unless the shell is a login shell and -f is not supplied, or if job control is not enabled.
2281 svox 2.3.5r1 Small footprint TTS library
2282 svrcore 4.0.4 Provides secure PIN storage for applications.
2283 swig 2.0.8 SWIG is a software development tool that connects programs written in C and C++ with a variety of high-level programming languages. SWIG is used with different types of target languages including common scripting languages such as Perl, PHP, Python, Tcl and Ruby. The list of supported languages also includes non-scripting languages such as C#, Common Lisp (CLISP, Allegro CL, CFFI, UFFI), Go language, Java, Lua, Modula-3, OCAML, Octave and R. Also several interpreted and compiled Scheme implementations (Guile, MzScheme, Chicken) are supported. SWIG is most commonly used to create high-level interpreted or compiled programming environments, user interfaces, and as a tool for testing and prototyping C/C++ software. SWIG is typically used to parse C/C++ interfaces and generate the ‘glue code’ required for the above target languages to call into the C/C++ code. SWIG can also export its parse tree in the form of XML and Lisp s-expressions. SWIG is free software and the code that SWIG generates is compatible with both commercial and non-commercial projects.
2284 symlinks 1.4 None available The symlinks utility performs maintenance on symbolic links. Symlinks checks for symlink problems, including dangling symlinks which point to nonexistent files. Symlinks can also automatically convert absolute symlinks to relative symlinks. Install the symlinks package if you need a program for maintaining symlinks on your system.
2285 synaptics 1.6.2 GUI-frontend for APT Synaptic (previously known as raptor) is a graphical package management program for Debian. It provides the same features as the apt-get command line utility with a GUI front-end based on WINGs and can handle RPMs as well.
2286 sysconfig SUSE The /etc/sysconfig directory is where many of the files that control the system configuration are stored. This section lists these files and many of the optional values in the files used to make system changes. To get complete information on these files read the file /usr/doc/initscripts-4.48/sysconfig.txt.
2287 sysfsutils 2.4.2 These are a set of utilites built upon sysfs, a new virtual filesystem in Linux kernel versions 2.5+ that exposes a system’s device tree.
2288 sysklogd 1.5 This package implements two system log daemons. The syslogd daemon is an enhanced version of the standard Berkeley utility program. This daemon is responsible for providing logging of messages received from programs and facilities on the local host as well as from remote hosts.
2289 syslinux 4.05 The Syslinux Project covers lightweight bootloaders for MS-DOS FAT filesystems (SYSLINUX), network booting (PXELINUX), bootable “El Torito” CD-ROMs (ISOLINUX), and Linux ext2/ext3/ext4 or btrfs filesystems (EXTLINUX). The project also includes MEMDISK, a tool to boot legacy operating systems (such as DOS) from nontraditional media; it is usually used in conjunction with PXELINUX and ISOLINUX.
2290 syslogd 1.5 Sysklogd provides two system utilities which provide support for system logging and kernel message trapping. Support of both internet and unix domain sockets enables this utility package to support both local and remote logging.
2291 syslog-ng 3.2.5 syslog-ng is an open source implementation of the Syslog protocol for Unix and Unix-like systems. It extends the original syslogd model with content-based filtering, rich filtering capabilities, flexible configuration options and adds important features to syslog, like using TCP for transport. As of today syslog-ng is developed by Balabit IT Security Ltd. It has two editions with a common codebase. The first is called syslog-ng OSE (with the license LGPL) and have additional plugins (modules) under proprietary license. This edition is called Premium Edition (PE).
2292 sysstat 10.1.15 The sysstat package contains utilities to monitor system performance and usage activity. Sysstat contains various utilities, common to many commercial Unixes, and tools you can schedule via cron to collect and historize performance and activity data.
2293 system_api 0.0.1 Chrome OS system API (D-Bus service names, etc.)
2294 system-config-bind 4.0.15 The system-config-bind provides a graphical user interface (GUI) to configure the Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND) Domain Name System (DNS) server, “named”, with a set of python modules. Users new to BIND configuration can use this tool to quickly set up a working DNS server.
2295 system-config-boot 1.0 system-config-boot is a graphical user interface that allows the user to change the default boot entry of the system.
2296 system-config-cluster 1.0.51-2 This package contains the GUI to create the red hat cluster suite config file. It is extremely powerful and simple to use and it is reccomended if you are not familiar with XML.
2297 system-config-date 1.9.67 The system-config-date tool lets you set the date and time of your machine, alternatively configure NTP timeservers and specify the system timezone.
2298 system-config-display 2.2 system-config-display is a graphical application for configuring an X Window System X server display.
2299 system-config-httpd 1.5.5 This is a new graphical tool to configure the common web server Apache in an easy and simple way. It supports the basic configuration options and even allows to set up multiple virtual hosts.
2300 system-config-kdump 2.0.9 system-config-kdump is a graphical tool for configuring kernel crash dumping via kdump and kexec.
2301 system-config-keyboard 1.3.1 This is the project page for the legacy keyboard management tool.
2302 system-config-kickstart 2.8.10 Kickstart Configurator is a graphical tool for creating kickstart files.
2303 system-config-language 1.3.5 system-config-language is a graphical user interface that allows the user to change the default language of the system.
2304 system-config-lvm 1.1.18 System-config-lvm provides a graphical interface to the LVM tools (and related utilities, including fsck and resize2fs) which is good for non-emergency storage administration. It enables you to manage your logical volume and filesystem configuration with a few mouse clicks, and it prevents potentially-disasterous command-line mistakes such as reducing a logical volume size before reducing the filesystem contained within that volume.
2305 system-config-mouse 1.2.11 system-config-mouse is a graphical user interface that allows the user to change the default mouse of the system.
2306 system-config-netboot This is a graphical tool for enabling, configuring and disabling network booting
2307 system-config-network 1.6.3 A network configuration tool, supporting Ethernet, Wireless, TokenRing, ADSL, ISDN and PPP.
2308 system-config-nfs 1.3.52 This utility presents a very simple interface: an single window containing a list of exported (shared) directories. The Add, Properties, and Delete buttons in the toolbar enable you to edit this list to your liking. When adding an export or chaning an existing one, an additional window appears, with tabs for basic information about the share, share options (with sensible defaults), and user access options.
2309 system-config-packages 1.2.25 system-config-packages is a graphical package manager. It supports installation of interesting packages from CD.
2310 system-config-printer 1.3.11 The purpose of the tool is to configure a CUPS server (often the local machine) using the CUPS API. The tool is written in Python, using pygtk for the graphical parts and with some Python bindings (pycups) for the CUPS API.
2311 system-config-rootpassword 1.99.6 The system-config-rootpassword tool lets you change the root password of your system.
2312 system-config-samba 1.2.97 Samba is the utility for file and printer sharing for both Linux and Windows operating system. In order to allow Windows user to access and grab files from your Linux Fedora Core system, you need to work on Samba server.
2313 system-config-securitylevel 1.8.0 system-config-securitylevel is a graphical user interface for setting basic firewall rules.
2314 system-config-services 0.101.7 This is a graphical tool for enabling and disabling services (including xinetd services). Functionality to start, stop, and restart services is also included.
2315 system-config-soundcard 2.0.6 system-config-soundcard is a graphical user interface that detects and configures the soundcard(s) on the system.
2316 system-config-users 1.2.116 system-config-users provides a graphical inderface for adding and removing users and groups to the system. Once started system-config-users provides a help feature to assist in learning the interface. ‘
2317 systemd 231 A system and service manager
2318 systemtap 2.6 SystemTap provides free software (GPL) infrastructure to simplify the gathering of inf