Scientific Linux "SL 5.2"	for i386  			June 26, 2008

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        ADDED compared to Enterprise 5.2
        UPDATED compared to Enterprise 5.2
           Installer/legal modifications
	ADDED by Upstream Vendor

ADDED compared to vendor
 	915resolution is a tool to modify the video BIOS of the 800 and 900 
 	series	Intel graphics chipsets. This includes the 845G, 855G, and 
 	865G chipsets, as well as 915G, 915GM, and 945G chipsets. This 
 	modification is necessary to allow the display of certain graphics
 	resolutions for an Xorg or XFree86 graphics server.
 	915resolution's modifications of the BIOS are transient. There is 
 	no risk of permanent modification of the BIOS. This also means that 
 	915resolution must be run every time the computer boots inorder for 
 	it's changes to take effect.
 	915resolution is derived from the tool 855resolution. However, the i
 	code differs substantially. 915resolution's code base is much simpler.i
 	915resolution also allows the modification of bits per pixel.

 	Alpine is a tool for reading, sending, and managing electronic messages.
 	Alpine is the successor to Pine and was developed by Computing & 
 	Communications at the University of Washington.
* 	alpine-1.10-1.i386.rpm

 	CFITSIO is a library of C and FORTRAN subroutines for reading and 
 	writing data files in FITS (Flexible Image Transport System) data format
 	CFITSIO is widely used in the astronomical community.

*	This package contains the framework for the Dynamic
*	Kernel Module Support (DKMS) method for installing
*	module RPMS as originally developed by Dell.
*	dkms-

    	dropit's intended purpose is to remove directories entries from  a
    	PATH shell variable value, which has colon separated fields.  
    	dropit is usable in sh, ksh, and csh shell script files.

 	With FUSE it is possible to implement a fully functional filesystem 
 	in a userspace program.
 	fuse-smb: you can seamlessly browse your network neighbourhood as if 
 	it were on your own filesystem. Only when you're accessing a share is
 	a connection made to the remote computer.  This also allows users to 
 	mount smb shares using kerberos.
 	fuse-sshfs: A FUSE-filesystem client based on the 
 	SSH File Transfer Protocol.  On the client side mounting the 
 	filesystem is as easy as logging into the server with ssh.
*	Updated to latest fuse-smb and fuse-sshfs
*	fuse-smb-0.8.7-1.SL.i386.rpm
*	fuse-sshfs-2.0-1.SL.i386.rpm
* 	kernel-module-fuse-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5-2.6.3-1.sl5.i686.rpm
* 	kernel-module-fuse-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5PAE-2.6.3-1.sl5.i686.rpm
* 	kernel-module-fuse-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5xen-2.6.3-1.sl5.i686.rpm


	Graph Visualization Tools
*	Updated to latest release


  	A lightweight window manager for the X Window System.
*	Updated to the latest version
*  	icewm-1.2.35-1.i386.rpm
*  	icewm-l10n-1.2.35-1.i386.rpm

Intel wireless firmware
  	Firmware for the Intel´┐Ż PRO/Wireless 2100 and 2200 Driver.
  	Please read the license that comes in the rpm carefully.
  	ipw2200-firmware-3.0 includes version 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, and 3.0

  	ipw3945d is needed to control the ipw3945 wireless card
*	ipw3945d is now turned on by default.  The startup script
*	looks for the ipw3945 hardware, and if it finds it
*	it starts up the ipw3945 deamon.	
  	kernel-module-ipw3945 is needed because this driver is not in 
  	the standard kernel.
 	This driver is known to work on the Dell 820 and Dell 620.  
 	It is known to NOT work on the FJS S7110 (Fujitsu).
*	ipw3945d-1.7.22-11.sl5.i386.rpm
* 	kernel-module-ipw3945-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5-1.2.0-2.sl5.i686.rpm
* 	kernel-module-ipw3945-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5PAE-1.2.0-2.sl5.i686.rpm
* 	kernel-module-ipw3945-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5xen-1.2.0-2.sl5.i686.rpm

  	The file iwlwifi-4965.ucode is required to be
  	present on your system in order for the Intel Wireless WiFi Link
  	4965AGN driver for Linux (iwlwifi) to be able to operate on your


*	java-1.5.0-sun-compat-
*	jdk-1.5.0_15-fcs.i586.rpm

 	This packages is the java sdk from sun.
 	It's license is found at SL.documentation/jdk-1.5.x.license
 	To have all of it's links (including plugins) setup correctly you should
 	also install java-1.5.0-sun-compat
 	So the easiest thing to do is  
            yum install java-1.5.0-sun-compat
 	as it will automatically pull in the current j2sdk-1.5.0 rpm.

   	This package provides JPackage compatibility symlinks and 
   	directories for Sun's JDK rpm.

* 	Educational/Edutainment applications for KDE
* 	kstars is part of this package
* 	kdeedu-3.5.4-1.el5.i386.rpm
*       kdeedu-devel-3.5.4-1.el5.i386.rpm
  	Support for Atheros G wireless
 	madfifi is the Multiband Atheros Driver for WiFi, a linux device driver
  	for 802.11a/b/g universal NIC cards - either Cardbus, PCI or MiniPCI - 
 	that use Atheros chipsets (ar5210, ar5211, ar5212).
*	madwifi-0.9.4-15.i686.rpm
* 	kernel-module-madwifi-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5-0.9.4-15.sl5.i686.rpm
* 	kernel-module-madwifi-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5PAE-0.9.4-15.sl5.i686.rpm
* 	kernel-module-madwifi-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5xen-0.9.4-15.sl5.i686.rpm
* 	kernel-module-madwifi-hal-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5-0.9.4-15.sl5.i686.rpm
* 	kernel-module-madwifi-hal-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5PAE-0.9.4-15.sl5.i686.rpm
* 	kernel-module-madwifi-hal-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5xen-0.9.4-15.sl5.i686.rpm

Multimedia from SL4 (updated tarball)	from livna Repository

  These are dependencies of the above rpms.			from RPMforge		from RPMforge		from RPMforge	from RPMforge		from RPMforge	from RPMforge		from RPMforge	from RPMforge

    The ndiswrapper project makes it possible to use WLAN-Hardware
    with Linux by means of a loadable kernel module that "wraps
    around" NDIS (Windows network driver API) drivers.  These rpms contain
    just the kernel module and loader. You will also need the Windows driver
    for your card.
   WARNING: Scientific Linux-Kernels use 4K size stack. Many Windows drivers
   will need at least 8K size stacks. For details read the wiki on:
*	Updated to the latest version
*	ndiswrapper-1.53-1.SL.i686.rpm
* 	kernel-module-ndiswrapper-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5-1.53-1.SL.i686.rpm
* 	kernel-module-ndiswrapper-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5PAE-1.53-1.SL.i686.rpm
* 	kernel-module-ndiswrapper-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5xen-1.53-1.SL.i686.rpm

    NEdit is a GUI text editor for the X Window System and Motif.
  	NumPy derives from the old Numeric code base and can be used as a 
  	replacement for Numeric.  It also adds the features introduced by 
  	Numarray and can also be used to replace Numarray.
  	This package contains:
          - a powerful N-dimensional array object
          - sophisticated (broadcasting) functions
          - basic linear algebra functions
          - basic Fourier transforms
          - sophisticated random number capabilities
          - tools for integrating Fortran code.
*   	We have put in the latest 1.4.7 release of openafs 

*	openafs-1.4.7-68.SL5.i686.rpm
*	openafs-authlibs-1.4.7-68.SL5.i686.rpm
*	openafs-authlibs-devel-1.4.7-68.SL5.i686.rpm
*	openafs-client-1.4.7-68.SL5.i686.rpm
*	openafs-compat-1.4.7-68.SL5.i686.rpm
*	openafs-debug-1.4.7-68.SL5.i686.rpm
*	openafs-devel-1.4.7-68.SL5.i686.rpm
*	openafs-kernel-source-1.4.7-68.SL5.i686.rpm
*	openafs-kpasswd-1.4.7-68.SL5.i686.rpm
*	openafs-krb5-1.4.7-68.SL5.i686.rpm
*	openafs-server-1.4.7-68.SL5.i686.rpm
*	gfs-utils-0.1.12-1.el5_1.1.i386.rpm
* 	kernel-module-openafs-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5-1.4.7-68.SL5.i686.rpm
* 	kernel-module-openafs-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5PAE-1.4.7-68.SL5.i686.rpm
* 	kernel-module-openafs-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5xen-1.4.7-68.SL5.i686.rpm

These perl modules have been added as they are useful.  They came from CERN
 	perl-TimeDate has been added to the release by The Upstream Vendor
 	We decided to use TUV's version of perl-TimeDate

	R is a language and environment for statistical computing and graphics. 
	R is a GNU project which is similar to the S language and environment 
	which was developed at Bell Laboratories by John Chambers and 
	R can be considered as a different implementation of S. There are some 
	important differences, but much code written for S runs unaltered 
        under R.
*	Latest version

*	R-2.7.0-1.sl5.i386.rpm
*	R-devel-2.7.0-1.sl5.i386.rpm
*	libRmath-2.7.0-1.sl5.i386.rpm
*	libRmath-devel-2.7.0-1.sl5.i386.rpm
*	The r1000 driver is now the r8169 driver, now in the SL 5.2 kernel.
*	Because it is now in the kernel, we have removed the r1000 packages.


	This package removes the -dynroot option from the openafs config
	Restarting of afs is needed for this to take effect.
	This rpm does not restart afs


  	This adds a terminal icon to the kicker panel for both KDE and GNOME.
	This also changed the KDE startup background from red to black
 	Installed by default for both KDE and GNOME.
  	This script makes all the changes necessary to send
  	console output to both the serial port and the screen.  This
  	also creates a login prompt on the serial port and allows users 
  	to login at this prompt. 
	Turns off "color" of ls.  Not installed by default.
	Changes /etc/inittab to require the root password for
	single user mode.  Not installed by default.
	This used to be SL_inittab_change

 	Adds arch to "rpm -qa" listing.
*	Now umask friendly
        Changes Sendmail config so that it allows incomming mail.
        Not installed by default.

  	When editing HTML it's easy to make mistakes. Wouldn't it be nice if
  	there was a simple way to fix these mistakes automatically and tidy up
  	sloppy editing into nicely layed out markup? Well now there is! Dave
  	Raggett's HTML TIDY is a free utility for doing just that. It also
  	works great on the atrociously hard to read markup generated by
  	specialized HTML editors and conversion tools, and can help you
  	identify where you need to pay further attention on making your pages
  	more accessible to people with disabilities.

*	XFS is a highly scalable, high-performance journaling filesystem 
*	that provides rapid recovery from system crashes.
*		xfs-0.4-1.el5.i686.rpm
*		xfsdump-2.2.46-1.sl5.i386.rpm
*		xfsprogs-2.9.4-1.sl5.i386.rpm
*		xfsprogs-devel-2.9.4-1.sl5.i386.rpm
*		dmapi-2.2.8-1.sl5.i386.rpm
*		dmapi-devel-2.2.8-1.sl5.i386.rpm
* 	kernel-module-xfs-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5-0.4-1.sl5.i686.rpm
* 	kernel-module-xfs-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5PAE-0.4-1.sl5.i686.rpm
* 	kernel-module-xfs-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5xen-0.4-1.sl5.i686.rpm

   	Yumex is a graphical user interface for yum.
*	Updated to the latest stable version

*	yumex-2.0.3-1.0.el5.noarch.rpm

   	yum-utils is a collection of utilities and examples for the yum 
   	package manager. It includes utilities by different authors that
   	make yum easier and more powerful to use.  Some utilities are
*	These plugin's have been updated to version 1.1.10, corresponding
*	to the yum-utils version provided by TUV
*	yum-installonlyn has been incorporated into yum
*	See comments in yum.conf on how to change settings for installonlyn

*	yum-allowdowngrade-1.1.10-10.el5.noarch.rpm
*	yum-fastestmirror-1.1.10-10.el5.noarch.rpm
*	yum-merge-conf-1.1.10-10.el5.noarch.rpm
*	yum-priorities-1.1.10-10.el5.noarch.rpm
*	yum-refresh-updatesd-1.1.10-10.el5.noarch.rpm
*	yum-tsflags-1.1.10-10.el5.noarch.rpm
*	yum-upgrade-helper-1.1.10-10.el5.noarch.rpm

*  	The following have been replaced by a new version which is included
*	by TUV 
*		yum-metadata-parser-1.0.4-1.sl5.i386.rpm
*		yum-utils-1.0.4-1.el5.noarch.rpm
*		yum-downloadonly-1.0.4-1.el5.noarch.rpm
*		yum-changelog-1.0.4-1.el5.noarch.rpm
* 		yum-fedorakmod-1.0.4-1.el5.noarch.rpm
*		yum-installonlyn-1.0.4-2.sl5.noarch.rpm
*		yum-protectbase-1.0.4-1.el5.noarch.rpm
*		yum-skip-broken-1.0.4-1.el5.noarch.rpm
*		yum-updateonboot-1.0.4-1.el5.noarch.rpm
*		yum-versionlock-1.0.4-1.el5.noarch.rpm
  	Added these rpms because they are important but upstream vendor did
  	not include them.
   		gv-3.6.2-2.sl5.i386.rpm		from Stephan Wiesand
*		Pine has been replaced by alpine 
Changed RPMS compared to vendor 

* 	anaconda-
* 	anaconda-runtime-
* 	Added yum plugin during the install
 	Modified pkgorder with patches from CentOS
 	Modified installclasses/ to remove key request
 	Modified installclasses/ to include SL groups
 	sites support
 	see sites/example
 	Note: Installing sites on a virtual machine  
 	When installing a paravirtulized site, you have to point at the
 	site directory, such as 5rolling/i386/sites/example
 	When installing a fully virtulized site, you only have to point
 	to the base directory, like you usually would, such as

*	Updated some group names and descriptions to work better internationally
*	In Update 1 The Upstream Vendor changed their comps.xml files to 
*	reflect a different sorting structure, as well as clean up extra 
*	files from their short term linux release.
*	In Update 2 The Upstream Vendor added more packages to their comps.xml
*	comps-sl.xml has been changed to incorporate most of 
*	TUV changes.  Since we have merged their various comps.xml files, 
*	our comps.xml will never really look like theirs.  But this 
*	change brings ours more in line with their Update 2 versions.

There are minimal changes compared to the "vendor" release.  We have changed
the "rpms" that are required to be changed.  These changes are defined by the 

* 	sl-release-5.2-1.i386.rpm
* 	sl-release-notes-5.2-1.noarch.rpm
 		sl-release changes the default mozilla and firefox bookmarks.
 		sl-release changes the default rhn configuration to use yum and
 		  points this configuration to
 		sl-release removed the firstboot additional cd's question
		redhat-logos was changed to add the "photographs" shown during
		  the install
These rpm's are not required to be changed by the vendor, but we felt 
they needed to be changed

*	gdm-2.16.0-46.sl5.i386.rpm
		Changed the default theme from RHEL to EaseOfBlue
* 		Removed "Requires: rhn-setup-gnome"
		Changed the colors.

 	virtinst is a module to help in starting installations inside of 
 	virtual machines.  It supports both paravirt guests 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.
 	It was only configured to know about TUV virtual machines.  We added 
 	a patch so that it knew about Scientific Linux, and thus be able to 
 	install SL paravirtual machines.	

   	Yum version 2.4 and above has the kernel-module plugin that let's yum
   	understand how kernel-module rpm's are related to kernels.  Because of
   	this updates dealing with kernel-module rpm's (such as afs) now work
* 	priorities have been set on the repositories.  But you have to have
* 	yum-priorities installed for them to take effect.
   	metadata_expire variable was set to 20 hours to allow for normal users
   	to be able to use yum for those commands they can run
  	yum-conf has the following repositories in it
 	  sl-base (enabled)
 	  sl-security (enabled)
 	  sl-testing (not enabled)
	  sl-fastbugs (not enabled)
	  sl-bugfix-51 (not enabled)
 	  atrpms (not enabled)
 	  dag (not enabled)
 	  flash (not enabled)
  	Not all repositories are enabled by default.  
 	To enable them for one time use, use the --enablerepo command, such as
  	  yum --enablerepo=atrpms list mplayer
  	  yum --enablerepo=dag install xine
  	  yum --enablerepo=adobe install flash-player
  	If you want the repositories to be enabled all the time then you need
  	to edit the config files and change enabled=0 to enabled=1.
  	The config files are in the /etc/yum.repos.d/ directory and are 
	named like
 	NOTE1: Just because a yum repository exists does NOT mean
 	it is compatible with all other yum repositories.  We have included 
 	the repositories we did because they usually work well together.  But if
 	there is a problem with one of the packages in a repository, please 
        contact that repository maintainer.

   	yum-autoupdate has the check for a running yum in it, so that if 
   	yum has been running for a long time (close to 24 hours), when the 
	yum.cron starts up, it will kill the old yum.  This was changed 
        because we had reports that yum was hanging and we didn't want this 
 	to interfere with updates.
   	yum-autoupdate checks to see how long the machine is been up
   	If it is up less than 20 hours, it doesn't wait, but does the update.
 	If it is longer than 20 hours, it waits a random time, up to 3 hours.
   	This uptime check was done to help laptops and other machines that
   	might not be on long enough to wait for the random time.
 	The random time was put it in so that servers arn't overwhelmed.
  	yum-conf-5x was created for those users who want to be at the latest
  	stable release.  It is always pointing at the 5x area.  This means
  	that when we make new versions you will automatically be upgraded to
* 	yum-conf-epel has been added so that people could use the epel yum
* 	repository.  This rpm requires both yum-provides and yum-fastestmirror

* 	        yum-conf-52-2.SL.noarch.rpm
*      		yum-conf-5x-1-5.SL.noarch.rpm
* 		yum-conf-epel-5-1.noarch.rpm
*		yum-rhn-plugin-0.5.3-6.el5_2.6.noarch.rpm

 	Changed index.html to not have Upstream Vendor info but to
 	have SL info.

*      httpd-2.2.3-11.sl5.3.1.i386.rpm
*      httpd-devel-2.2.3-11.sl5.3.1.i386.rpm
*      httpd-manual-2.2.3-11.sl5.3.1.i386.rpm
*      mod_ssl-2.2.3-11.sl5.3.1.i386.rpm

Changed in order to be built

	Some rpm's had to be changed in order for us to build them.
	The following rpm's had to have a variable changed so that they
	point to the current include file


The Upstream Vendor's release consists of 2 cd sets,  Server and Client.  Each 
cd set has a group of directories which contain the actual rpms.  On the Client 
cd this consists of Client,Workstation and VT.  On the Server cd this consists
of Server,VT,Cluster, ClusterStorage.  The VT directory contains the same rpms 
on each cd.  The Cluster, ClusterStorage and Workstation directories do not 
have any common rpms. The Client and Server directories contain many common 
rpms along with many unique rpms.  

Scientific Linux has combined all of the rpm's from Client, Server, VT, Cluster,
ClusterStorage, and Workstation into the SL directory.
You are not asked to enter any key, since you have access to all packages.

RPMS provided by colaboraters that either cannot go in main release or are
intesting before going into main release.

See the SRPMS section for source rpms

		Security errata
		Packages rebuilt from the Upstream Vendor Fastrack rpms
		These are rpms that are expected to be in the next Update
		They have gone through full QA by the Upstream Vendor
		Reserved for packages from the next Update. 

      Contains the SRPMS for what we added or changed.  Put these in the
	top level directory as these are really the ones we changed.  All
	the others can be obtained from the upstream vendor ftp updates area
	The upstream vendors SRPMS.
	This directory contains both the original released SRPMS, as well as
	the updated SRPMS
	SRPMS for the contrib packages
	SRPMS for sites, if there is a site

		Packages that used to be in the release but have been 	
		Debuginfo packages

ipw2100, ipw2200, ipw3945
	Does not work in the installer

ftp install
	Currently, during an ftp install when it get's the the graphical 
	section, there is a long pause (close to a minute) when it sits 
	at a blank screen.  It is NOT frozen,  it is just searching for 
	files that are not there.  Give it a couple minutes and it
	will continue.  This will be fixed before the final release.

NVIDIA motherboard chipsets
	May need to use 
		linux noapic
	to install.

Intel 965 motherboard chipset
	May need to use
		linux all-generic-ide 
	if you have pata hardware
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ERRATA rebuilt from SRPMS that were released after TUV Update 2

*	cups-1.2.4-11.18.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
*	cups-devel-1.2.4-11.18.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
*	cups-libs-1.2.4-11.18.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
*	cups-lpd-1.2.4-11.18.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
*	evolution-2.12.3-8.el5_2.2.i386.rpm
*	evolution-devel-2.12.3-8.el5_2.2.i386.rpm
*	evolution-help-2.12.3-8.el5_2.2.i386.rpm
*	kmod-gfs2-1.92-1.1.el5_2.2.i686.rpm
*	kmod-gfs2-PAE-1.92-1.1.el5_2.2.i686.rpm
*	kmod-gfs2-xen-1.92-1.1.el5_2.2.i686.rpm
*	paps-0.6.6-18.el5.i386.rpm
*	rgmanager-2.0.38-2.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
*	scim-1.4.4-41.el5.i386.rpm
*	scim-bridge-0.4.5-8.el5.i386.rpm
*	scim-bridge-gtk-0.4.5-8.el5.i386.rpm
*	scim-devel-1.4.4-41.el5.i386.rpm
*	scim-doc-1.4.4-41.el5.i386.rpm
*	scim-libs-1.4.4-41.el5.i386.rpm
*       net-snmp-5.3.1-24.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
*       net-snmp-devel-5.3.1-24.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
*       net-snmp-libs-5.3.1-24.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
*       net-snmp-perl-5.3.1-24.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
*       net-snmp-utils-5.3.1-24.el5_2.1.i386.rp
*	dhcpv6-1.0.10-4.el5_2.2.i386.rpm
*	dhcpv6-client-1.0.10-4.el5_2.2.i386.rpm
*	gdm-2.16.0-46.sl5.i386.rpm
*	ipsec-tools-0.6.5-9.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
*	kernel-2.6.18-92.1.1.el5.i686.rpm
*	kernel-debug-2.6.18-92.1.1.el5.i686.rpm
*	kernel-debug-devel-2.6.18-92.1.1.el5.i686.rpm
*	kernel-devel-2.6.18-92.1.1.el5.i686.rpm
*	kernel-doc-2.6.18-92.1.1.el5.noarch.rpm
*	kernel-headers-2.6.18-92.1.1.el5.i386.rpm
*	kernel-PAE-2.6.18-92.1.1.el5.i686.rpm
*	kernel-PAE-devel-2.6.18-92.1.1.el5.i686.rpm
*	kernel-xen-2.6.18-92.1.1.el5.i686.rpm
*	kernel-xen-devel-2.6.18-92.1.1.el5.i686.rpm
*	libdhcp6client-1.0.10-4.el5_2.2.i386.rpm
*	libdhcp6client-devel-1.0.10-4.el5_2.2.i386.rpm
*	openswan-2.6.14-1.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
*	openswan-doc-2.6.14-1.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
*	perl-5.8.8-10.el5_2.3.i386.rpm
*	perl-suidperl-5.8.8-10.el5_2.3.i386.rpm
*	xorg-x11-server-randr-source-1.1.1-48.41.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
*	xorg-x11-server-sdk-1.1.1-48.41.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
*	xorg-x11-server-Xdmx-1.1.1-48.41.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
*	xorg-x11-server-Xephyr-1.1.1-48.41.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
*	xorg-x11-server-Xnest-1.1.1-48.41.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
*	xorg-x11-server-Xorg-1.1.1-48.41.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
*	xorg-x11-server-Xvfb-1.1.1-48.41.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	desktop-printing-0.19-20.2.el5.i386.rpm
*       diffstat-1.41-1.2.3.el5.i386.rpm
*  	gdb-6.5-37.el5_2.2.i386.rpm
* 	ghostscript-8.15.2-9.3.el5.i386.rpm
* 	ghostscript-devel-8.15.2-9.3.el5.i386.rpm
* 	ghostscript-gtk-8.15.2-9.3.el5.i386.rpm
* 	freetype-2.2.1-20.el5_2.i386.rpm
*       freetype-demos-2.2.1-20.el5_2.i386.rpm
*       freetype-devel-2.2.1-20.el5_2.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cim-client-1.3.3-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cim-client-javadoc-1-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cim-client-manual-1-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cmpi-base-1.5.5-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cmpi-base-devel-1.5.5-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cmpi-base-test-1.5.5-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cmpi-devel-1.0.4-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cmpi-dns-0.5.2-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cmpi-dns-devel-1-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cmpi-dns-test-1-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cmpi-fsvol-1.4.4-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cmpi-fsvol-devel-1.4.4-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cmpi-fsvol-test-1.4.4-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cmpi-network-1.3.8-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cmpi-network-devel-1.3.8-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cmpi-network-test-1.3.8-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cmpi-nfsv3-1.0.14-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cmpi-nfsv3-test-1.0.14-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cmpi-nfsv4-1.0.12-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cmpi-nfsv4-test-1.0.12-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cmpi-params-1.2.6-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cmpi-params-test-1.2.6-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cmpi-samba-0.5.2-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cmpi-samba-devel-1-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cmpi-samba-test-1-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cmpi-sysfs-1.1.9-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cmpi-sysfs-test-1.1.9-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cmpi-syslog-0.7.11-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-cmpi-syslog-test-0.7.11-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-gather-2.1.2-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-gather-devel-2.1.2-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-gather-provider-2.1.2-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-gather-test-2.1.2-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-testsuite-1.2.4-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-tools-libra-0.2.3-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-tools-libra-devel-0.2.3-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	sblim-wbemcli-1.5.1-31.el5_2.1.i386.rpm
* 	cryptsetup-luks-1.0.3-4.el5.i386.rpm
* 	cryptsetup-luks-devel-1.0.3-4.el5.i386.rpm
* 	Deployment_Guide-as-IN-5.2-11.noarch.rpm
* 	Deployment_Guide-bn-IN-5.2-11.noarch.rpm
* 	Deployment_Guide-de-DE-5.2-11.noarch.rpm
* 	Deployment_Guide-en-US-5.2-11.noarch.rpm
* 	Deployment_Guide-es-ES-5.2-11.noarch.rpm
* 	Deployment_Guide-fr-FR-5.2-11.noarch.rpm
* 	Deployment_Guide-gu-IN-5.2-11.noarch.rpm
* 	Deployment_Guide-hi-IN-5.2-11.noarch.rpm
* 	Deployment_Guide-it-IT-5.2-11.noarch.rpm
* 	Deployment_Guide-ja-JP-5.2-11.noarch.rpm
* 	Deployment_Guide-kn-IN-5.2-11.noarch.rpm
* 	Deployment_Guide-ko-KR-5.2-11.noarch.rpm
* 	Deployment_Guide-ml-IN-5.2-11.noarch.rpm
* 	Deployment_Guide-mr-IN-5.2-11.noarch.rpm
* 	Deployment_Guide-or-IN-5.2-11.noarch.rpm
* 	Deployment_Guide-pa-IN-5.2-11.noarch.rpm
* 	Deployment_Guide-pt-BR-5.2-11.noarch.rpm
* 	Deployment_Guide-ru-RU-5.2-11.noarch.rpm
* 	Deployment_Guide-si-LK-5.2-11.noarch.rpm
* 	Deployment_Guide-ta-IN-5.2-11.noarch.rpm
* 	Deployment_Guide-te-IN-5.2-11.noarch.rpm
* 	Deployment_Guide-zh-CN-5.2-11.noarch.rpm
* 	Deployment_Guide-zh-TW-5.2-11.noarch.rpm
* 	kernel-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5.i686.rpm
* 	kernel-debug-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5.i686.rpm
* 	kernel-debug-devel-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5.i686.rpm
* 	kernel-devel-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5.i686.rpm
* 	kernel-doc-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5.noarch.rpm
* 	kernel-headers-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5.i386.rpm
* 	kernel-PAE-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5.i686.rpm
* 	kernel-PAE-devel-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5.i686.rpm
* 	kernel-xen-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5.i686.rpm
* 	kernel-xen-devel-2.6.18-92.1.6.el5.i686.rpm