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Commit:
aa2371a4cb48eb4f10ccc19e55a920c52958e018
Tree:
f10020cf163bc8b101a44262b3e07bfb0bf19054
Author:
fredgnix <fredgnix@a8afeb8c-277c-4b4a-a4f6-ef4c85adc32b>
Committer:
fredgnix <fredgnix@a8afeb8c-277c-4b4a-a4f6-ef4c85adc32b>
Date:
Tue Apr 10 13:58:43 2012 UTC
Message:
slack DB output now in a good format
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@@ -1,5 +1,4 @@
"pkgname";"pkgver";"arch";"pkgrel";"location";"dep";"sizeC";"sizeU";"Desc"
-"";"";"";"";"";"";"";"";"44:18 UTC 2011 1623 MB 5667 MB"
"ConsoleKit";"0.4.3";"i486";"1";"/slackware/l";"";"128 K";"610 K";" ConsoleKit (user, login, and seat tracking framework) ConsoleKit is a framework for defining and tracking users, login sessions, and seats. Homepage: http://freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/ConsoleKit"
"M2Crypto";"0.20.2";"i486";"1";"/slackware/l";"";"196 K";"1050 K";" M2Crypto (cryptography toolkit for Python) M2Crypto is a crypto and SSL toolkit for Python. It includes: - RSA, DSA, DH, HMACs, message digests, symmetric ciphers (e.g. AES) - SSL functionality to implement clients and servers - HTTPS extensions to Python's httplib, urllib, and xmlrpclib - Unforgeable HMAC'ing AuthCookies for web session management - FTP/TLS client and server, S/MIME v2, ZServerSSL, ZSmime Website: http://wiki.osafoundation.org/bin/view/Projects/MeTooCrypto"
"MPlayer";"20101218";"i486";"1";"/slackware/xap";"";"8388 K";"24370 K";" MPlayer (media player) MPlayer is a movie player. It plays most MPEG/VOB, AVI, Ogg/OGM, VIVO, ASF/WMA/WMV, QT/MOV/MP4, RealMedia, Matroska, NUT, NuppelVideo, FLI, YUV4MPEG, FILM, RoQ, PVA files, supported by many native, XAnim, and Win32 DLL codecs. You can watch VideoCD, SVCD, DVD, 3ivx, DivX 3/4/5, WMV and even H.264 movies. Homepage for MPlayer is http://www.mplayerhq.hu/"
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--- examples/slack64-13.37.csv
+++ examples/slack64-13.37.csv
@@ -1,5 +1,4 @@
"pkgname";"pkgver";"arch";"pkgrel";"location";"dep";"sizeC";"sizeU";"Desc"
-"";"";"";"";"";"";"";"";"50:50 UTC 2011 1627 MB 5860 MB"
"ConsoleKit";"0.4.3";"x86_64";"1";"/slackware64/l";"";"136 K";"660 K";" ConsoleKit (user, login, and seat tracking framework) ConsoleKit is a framework for defining and tracking users, login sessions, and seats. Homepage: http://freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/ConsoleKit"
"M2Crypto";"0.20.2";"x86_64";"1";"/slackware64/l";"";"208 K";"1150 K";" M2Crypto (cryptography toolkit for Python) M2Crypto is a crypto and SSL toolkit for Python. It includes: - RSA, DSA, DH, HMACs, message digests, symmetric ciphers (e.g. AES) - SSL functionality to implement clients and servers - HTTPS extensions to Python's httplib, urllib, and xmlrpclib - Unforgeable HMAC'ing AuthCookies for web session management - FTP/TLS client and server, S/MIME v2, ZServerSSL, ZSmime Website: http://wiki.osafoundation.org/bin/view/Projects/MeTooCrypto"
"MPlayer";"20101218";"x86_64";"1";"/slackware64/xap";"";"8936 K";"25930 K";" MPlayer (media player) MPlayer is a movie player. It plays most MPEG/VOB, AVI, Ogg/OGM, VIVO, ASF/WMA/WMV, QT/MOV/MP4, RealMedia, Matroska, NUT, NuppelVideo, FLI, YUV4MPEG, FILM, RoQ, PVA files, supported by many native, XAnim, and Win32 DLL codecs. You can watch VideoCD, SVCD, DVD, 3ivx, DivX 3/4/5, WMV and even H.264 movies. Homepage for MPlayer is http://www.mplayerhq.hu/"
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+++ examples/slack32-13.37.json
@@ -0,0 +1,11200 @@
+[
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kdemultimedia",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1540 K",
+ "sizeU": "3780 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kdemultimedia (KDE multimedia applications) Multimedia applications for the KDE Software Compilation, including: * noatun: a multimedia player for sound and movies * kmix: the audio mixer as a standalone program and Kicker applet * kscd: A CD player with an interface to the internet CDDB database * phonon-xine: A Phonon backend based on Xine"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "m4",
+ "pkgver": "1.4.16",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "212 K",
+ "sizeU": "480 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " m4 (an implementation of the UNIX macro processor) This is GNU m4, a program which copies its input to the output, expanding macros as it goes. m4 has built-in functions for including named files, running commands, doing integer arithmetic, manipulating text in various ways, recursion, etc... Macros can also be user- defined, and can take any number of arguments. GNU 'm4' was originally written by Rene Seindal, from Denmark."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-gu",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "440 K",
+ "sizeU": "2370 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-gu Gujarati language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "font-schumacher-misc",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.2",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "164 K",
+ "sizeU": "230 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-schumacher-misc font-schumacher-misc is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "pssh",
+ "pkgver": "2.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "32 K",
+ "sizeU": "140 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " pssh (tools for collective remote system management) Pssh, a.k.a. "parallel ssh", are Python-written wrapper scripts for OpenSSH and rsync tools. They are useful for simultaneous control of large number of machines, using parallel ssh sessions. Included are parallel versions of ssh, scp, and rsync, as well as a parallel kill command. Pssh has been written by Brent Chun <bnc at theether.org>, and is currently maintained by Andrew McNabb <amcnabb at mcnabbs.org>. Homepage: http://parallel-ssh.googlecode.com"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "ktorrent",
+ "pkgver": "4.0.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2304 K",
+ "sizeU": "11670 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " ktorrent (KDE BitTorrent program) KTorrent is a BitTorrent program with many features: Download torrent files (of course :-), upload and download speed capping, Internet searching, UDP trackers, port forwarding with UPnP, IP blocking, importing of partially or fully downloaded files, support for distributed hash tables, protocol encryption, bandwidth scheduling, and much more. KTorrent's developers are Joris Guisson and Ivan Vasic. KTorrent is released under the GPL."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "rt2860-firmware",
+ "pkgver": "26",
+ "arch": "fw",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "8 K",
+ "sizeU": "20 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " rt2860-firmware (RT28XX/RT30XX PCI/mPCI/PCIe/CardBus firmware) This is firmware for PCI, mPCI, PCIe, and Cardbus wireless cards using the Ralink RT2760, RT2790, RT2860, RT2890, RT3060, RT3062, RT3562, RT2860, RT2760, RT2890, RT2790, and RT3090 wireless chipsets."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "polkit-qt-1",
+ "pkgver": "r1145513",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "72 K",
+ "sizeU": "310 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " polkit-qt-1 (Qt polkit API wrapper) polkit-qt-1 aims to make it easy for Qt developers to take advantage of the polkit API. It is a convenience wrapper around QAction and QAbstractButton that lets you integrate those two components easily with polkit. Homepage: http://techbase.kde.org/Polkit-Qt-1"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "clucene",
+ "pkgver": "0.9.21b",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "380 K",
+ "sizeU": "2430 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " clucene (Text-Search Engine) CLucene is a C++ port of Lucene. It is a high-performance, full-featured text search engine written in C++. Homepage: http://clucene.sourceforge.net"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "koffice-l10n-ca",
+ "pkgver": "2.3.2",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "536 K",
+ "sizeU": "2020 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " koffice-l10n-ca Catalan language support for KOffice."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "font-bh-lucidatypewriter-100dpi",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.3",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "844 K",
+ "sizeU": "1000 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-bh-lucidatypewriter-100dpi font-bh-lucidatypewriter-100dpi is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "doxygen",
+ "pkgver": "1.7.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2776 K",
+ "sizeU": "9720 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " doxygen (documentation generator) Doxygen is a documentation system for C++, C, Java, IDL, and to some extent PHP and C#. Doxygen generates project documentation using special documentation blocks in the source code, easing the process of keeping docs and code in sync. Doxygen produces documentation in several output formats, including HTML, LaTeX, man pages, RTF, XML, compressed HTML, PostScript, and PDF."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "scripts",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.1",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "8 K",
+ "sizeU": "30 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " scripts scripts is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "ncftp",
+ "pkgver": "3.2.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "236 K",
+ "sizeU": "1110 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " ncftp (ftp client) NcFTP is a user interface to the Internet standard File Transfer Protocol. This program allows a user to transfer files to and from a remote network site, and offers additional features that are not found in the standard interface for ftp."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-s3",
+ "pkgver": "0.6.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "32 K",
+ "sizeU": "80 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-s3 xf86-video-s3 is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "thunar-volman",
+ "pkgver": "0.3.80",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "72 K",
+ "sizeU": "320 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " thunar-volman (Thunar Volume Manager Plugin) thunar-volman is an extension for the Thunar File Manager, which enables automatic management of removable drives and media. It was designed to look and act similar to gnome-volume-manager to get consistent removable drive and media management in both Xfce and GNOME. "
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libpthread-stubs",
+ "pkgver": "0.3",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "4 K",
+ "sizeU": "20 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libpthread-stubs libpthread-stubs is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libmowgli",
+ "pkgver": "0.7.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "32 K",
+ "sizeU": "170 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libmowgli (A useful collection of routines for programming) libmowgli is a class library containing performance and usability oriented extensions to C. libmowgli was written by Patrick McFarland, William Pitcock, Jonathan Schleifer, Pippijn van Steenhoven, and Jilles Tjoelker."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "biff+comsat",
+ "pkgver": "0.17",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "12 K",
+ "sizeU": "30 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " biff+comsat (mail arrival notification daemon) Comsat is the server process which receives reports of incoming mail and notifies users if they have requested this service. "biff" is the program that requests comsat service "biff y", and may be placed in a user's startup file if they'd like to hear a beep and trash their console with each new piece of junk mail. ;-) Biff was the name of Heidi Stettner's dog, who barked when the mailman came. Biff was well known to many of the early BSD developers living in Evans Hall at U.C. Berkeley."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "wpa_supplicant",
+ "pkgver": "0.7.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "516 K",
+ "sizeU": "1460 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " wpa_supplicant (WPA/WPA2/IEEE 802.1X Supplicant) wpa_supplicant is a WPA Supplicant for Linux with support for WPA and WPA2 (IEEE 802.11i / RSN). Supplicant is the IEEE 802.1X/WPA component that is used in the client stations. It implements key negotiation with a WPA Authenticator and it controls the roaming and IEEE 802.11 authentication/association of the wlan driver. More info: http://hostap.epitest.fi/wpa_supplicant/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "mkinitrd",
+ "pkgver": "1.4.6",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "11",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "508 K",
+ "sizeU": "590 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " mkinitrd (make an initial ramdisk) mkinitrd is a script to create an initial ramdisk that is loaded at the same time as the kernel. The initial ramdisk may be responsible for loading kernel modules (such a filesystem or SCSI controller module) that are needed to mount the root filesystem. The "initrd" is implemented as an initramfs. See the kernel documentation for more information on this, if you are interested."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libidn",
+ "pkgver": "1.19",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "288 K",
+ "sizeU": "1290 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libidn (GNU Internationalized Domain Name library) GNU Libidn is an implementation of the Stringprep, Punycode and IDNA specifications defined by the IETF Internationalized Domain Names (IDN) working group, used for internationalized domain names."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kdegames",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "49236 K",
+ "sizeU": "80140 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kdegames (KDE games) A collection of games for the KDE Software Compilation."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libXdmcp",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "44 K",
+ "sizeU": "280 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libXdmcp libXdmcp is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "koffice-l10n-ja",
+ "pkgver": "2.3.2",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "228 K",
+ "sizeU": "990 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " koffice-l10n-ja Japanese language support for KOffice."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "pth",
+ "pkgver": "2.0.7",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "104 K",
+ "sizeU": "260 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " pth (GNU Portable Threads) 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. All threads run in the same address space of the server application, but each thread has its own individual program-counter, run-time stack, signal mask and errno variable."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-trident",
+ "pkgver": "1.3.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "68 K",
+ "sizeU": "190 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-trident xf86-video-trident is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-sl",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2588 K",
+ "sizeU": "8690 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-sl Slovenian language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "gmm",
+ "pkgver": "3.1",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "116 K",
+ "sizeU": "940 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gmm (C++ generic matrix template library) Gmm++ is a generic C++ template library for sparse, dense and skyline matrices. It is built as a set of generic algorithms (mult, add, copy, sub-matrices, dense and sparse solvers, etc.) for any interfaced vector type or matrix type. It can be viewed as a glue library that allows cooperation between several vector and matrix types. However, basic sparse, dense and skyline matrix/vector types are built in Gmm++, so it can be used as a standalone linear algebra library. "
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "automake",
+ "pkgver": "1.11.1",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "564 K",
+ "sizeU": "1710 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " automake (a Makefile generator) This is Automake, a Makefile generator. It was inspired by the 4.4BSD make and include files, but aims to be portable and to conform to the GNU standards for Makefile variables and targets. Automake is a Perl script. The input files are called Makefile.am. The output files are called Makefile.in; they are intended for use with Autoconf. Automake requires certain things to be done in your configure.in. You must install the "m4" and "perl" packages to be able to use automake."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "tftp-hpa",
+ "pkgver": "0.49",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "48 K",
+ "sizeU": "120 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " tftp-hpa (Trivial File Transfer Protocol) The Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) is normally used only for booting diskless workstations (or the Slackware installer). The tftp package provides the user interface for TFTP, which allows users to transfer files to and from a remote machine. This program and TFTP provide very little security, and should not be enabled unless it is expressly needed. tftp-hpa is maintained by H. Peter Anvin."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "binutils",
+ "pkgver": "2.21.51.0.6",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "3240 K",
+ "sizeU": "14210 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " binutils (GNU binary development tools) Binutils is a collection of binary utilities. It includes "as" (the portable GNU assembler), "ld" (the GNU linker), and other utilities for creating and working with binary programs. These utilities are REQUIRED to compile C, C++, Objective-C, Fortran, and most other programming languages."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "startup-notification",
+ "pkgver": "0.10",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "28 K",
+ "sizeU": "110 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " startup-notification ("busy" cursors support) Adds support for applications to use "busy" cursors while starting up."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libwmf",
+ "pkgver": "0.2.8.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "5",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "732 K",
+ "sizeU": "1570 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libwmf (WMF graphics format library) libwmf is a library for interpreting metafile images and either displaying them using X or converting them to standard formats such as PNG, JPEG, PS, EPS and SVG."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "smproxy",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " smproxy smproxy is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libpcap",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "232 K",
+ "sizeU": "820 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libpcap (packet capture library) libpcap is a library for user-level packet capture. libpcap provides a portable framework for low-level network monitoring. Applications include network statistics collection, security monitoring, network debugging, etc. The tcpdump utility uses libpcap. Project homepage: http://sourceforge.net/projects/libpcap/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "wavpack",
+ "pkgver": "4.60.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "120 K",
+ "sizeU": "310 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " wavpack (A lossless WAV file compressor) Wavpack is a hybrid lossless wavefile compressor. Wavfile is Copyright (c) 1998 - 2006 Conifer Software. All Rights Reserved. Wavpack is distributed under the BSD Software License. Visit the wavpack project online: http://www.wavpack.com"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "samba",
+ "pkgver": "3.5.8",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16148 K",
+ "sizeU": "128090 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " samba (SMB/CIFS file and print server) Samba is an SMB/CIFS file and print server for SMB and CIFS clients. It allows you to make file space or printers on a Samba host available to SMB/CIFS clients (such as PCs running Windows). If you have any Windows file servers, you may be able to replace them or supplement them with Samba. One of Samba's big strengths is integration, so you can use it to tie together your Linux hosts and Windows PC clients."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-sr",
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+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "6420 K",
+ "sizeU": "40480 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-sr Serbian language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "gmime",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "236 K",
+ "sizeU": "2010 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gmime (MIME parsing library) GMime is a set of utilities for parsing and creating messages using the Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension (MIME) as defined by many Internet RFCs. Jeffrey Stedfast is the author of GMime."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "tix",
+ "pkgver": "8.4.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/tcl",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "520 K",
+ "sizeU": "1820 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " tix (an extension to the Tk toolkit) Tix, which stands for Tk Interface Extension, is an extension library for Tcl/Tk. Tix adds many new widgets, image types and other commands that allows you to create compelling Tcl/Tk-based GUI applications. With these new widgets, your applications will look great and interact with your users in intuitive ways."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-input-acecad",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-input-acecad xf86-input-acecad is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "tclx",
+ "pkgver": "8.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/tcl",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "112 K",
+ "sizeU": "300 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " tclx (Extended Tcl) Extended Tcl (TclX), is a set of extensions to Tcl, the Tool Command Language invented by Dr. John Ousterhout. Extended Tcl is oriented towards Unix system programming tasks and large application development. Many additional interfaces to the Unix operating system are provided. Extended Tcl was designed and implemented by Karl Lehenbauer (karl@NeoSoft.com) and Mark Diekhans (markd@Grizzly.com), with help in the early stages from Peter da Silva (peter@NeoSoft.com)."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "hplip",
+ "pkgver": "3.11.3a",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "12244 K",
+ "sizeU": "22520 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " hplip (HP print/scan/fax support) 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 more than 1400 HP printer models, including Deskjet, Officejet, Photosmart, PSC (Print Scan Copy), Business Inkjet, LaserJet, and LaserJet MFP. For more information, see: http://hplipopensource.com"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "hal",
+ "pkgver": "0.5.14",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "464 K",
+ "sizeU": "2430 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " hal (The HAL Hardware Abstraction Layer) HAL is a piece of software that provides a view of the various hardware attached to a system. HAL keeps detailed metadata for each piece of hardware and provides hooks so that system and desktop software can react to changes in the hardware configuration (such as the insertion of a DVD, or a USB flash memory stick). For more info, see: http://hal.freedesktop.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "librsvg",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "144 K",
+ "sizeU": "650 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " librsvg (SVG library) Library for handling SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics)."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libmcrypt",
+ "pkgver": "2.5.8",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "88 K",
+ "sizeU": "270 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libmcrypt (MCrypt encryption library) Libmcrypt is a data encryption library. The library is thread safe and provides encryption and decryption functions. This version of the library supports many encryption algorithms and encryption modes. Some algorithms which are supported: SERPENT, RIJNDAEL, 3DES, GOST, SAFER+, CAST-256, RC2, XTEA, 3WAY, TWOFISH, BLOWFISH, ARCFOUR, WAKE, and more. Homepage: http://mcrypt.sourceforge.net"
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "xdbedizzy",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xdbedizzy xdbedizzy is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "koffice-l10n-gl",
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+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "228 K",
+ "sizeU": "880 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " koffice-l10n-gl Galician language support for KOffice."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "zoo",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "56 K",
+ "sizeU": "110 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " zoo (archiving and compressing utility) Zoo is used to create and maintain collections of files in compressed form. It uses a Lempel-Ziv compression algorithm that gives space savings in the range of 20% to 80% depending on the type of file data. Zoo can store and selectively extract multiple generations of the same file. Data can be recovered from damaged archives by skipping the damaged portion and locating undamaged data with the help of fiz(1). Zoo was written by Rahul Dhesi."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "giflib",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "172 K",
+ "sizeU": "750 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " giflib (GIF image format library) A library to load and save (uncompressed only) images using GIF, or Graphics Interchange Format. GIF was introduced by CompuServe in 1987, but is still widely used today (especially on web pages.)"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "koffice-l10n-uk",
+ "pkgver": "2.3.2",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "580 K",
+ "sizeU": "2640 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " koffice-l10n-uk Ukrainian language support for KOffice."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-he",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1176 K",
+ "sizeU": "4320 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-he Hebrew language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "man",
+ "pkgver": "1.6g",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "212 K",
+ "sizeU": "500 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " man (format and display the on-line manual pages) The man package is a collection of tools used for searching and reading the online system documentation. In fact, on most UNIX-like operating systems it is the primary means of finding out how programs on the system work. For example, 'man man' will display the documentation for man itself. Man requires the groff text processing package."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "dosfstools",
+ "pkgver": "3.0.11",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "68 K",
+ "sizeU": "210 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " dosfstools (tools for working with FAT filesystems) Utilities for creating FAT filesystems (mkdosfs), and for checking and repairing them (dosfsck)."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-ati",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "336 K",
+ "sizeU": "1120 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-ati xf86-video-ati is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "urwid",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "252 K",
+ "sizeU": "1590 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " urwid (python console UI module) Urwid is a console user interface library for Python. It is released under the GNU Lesser General Public License and includes many (too many to list) features useful for text console application developers. Urwid was written by Ian Ward. More info at: http://excess.org/urwid"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libical",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "232 K",
+ "sizeU": "1350 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libical (iCAL protocol implementation) libical is an Open Source (MPL/LGPL) implementation of the IETF's iCalendar Calendaring and Scheduling protocols. (RFC 2445, 2446, and 2447). It parses iCal components and provides C/C++/Python/Java APIs for manipulating the component properties, parameters, and subcomponents. Homepage: http://freeassociation.sourceforge.net/"
+ },
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "288 K",
+ "sizeU": "830 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xfsdump (backup tools for the XFS filesystem) The xfsdump package contains the xfsdump and xfsrestore utilities for backing up and restoring XFS partitions. xfsdump examines files in a filesystem, determines which need to be backed up, and copies those files to a specified disk, tape or other storage medium. xfsrestore performs the inverse function of xfsdump; it can restore a full or incremental backup of a filesystem."
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+ "pkgname": "kdevplatform",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2400 K",
+ "sizeU": "12740 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kdevplatform (KDE development platform) This KDE module provides libraries used by kdevelop."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "xine-ui",
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+ "arch": "i686",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1200 K",
+ "sizeU": "3040 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xine-ui (xine multimedia playback engine user interface) Xine is a free multimedia player. It plays back CDs, DVDs, and VCDs, multimedia files, and multimedia streamed over a network. The xine-ui package contains the graphical user interface for the xine multimedia player."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "xorg-sgml-doctools",
+ "pkgver": "1.7",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "150 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xorg-sgml-doctools xorg-sgml-doctools is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1020 K",
+ "sizeU": "3380 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " irssi (Internet Relay Chat client) Irssi is an Internet Relay Chat client. Designed to be both secure and expandable, irssi is easily customized using modules and scripts. For more information, visit: http://irssi.org irssi was written by Timo Sirainen."
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "276 K",
+ "sizeU": "790 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " p2c (Pascal to C translator) P2c is a tool for translating Pascal programs into C. The input consists of a set of source files in any of the following Pascal dialects: HP Pascal, Turbo/UCSD Pascal, DEC VAX Pascal, Oregon Software Pascal/2, Macintosh Programmer's Workshop Pascal, Sun/Berkeley Pascal, Texas Instruments Pascal, Apollo Domain Pascal. Modula-2 syntax is also supported. Output is a set of .c and .h files that comprise an equivalent program in any of several dialects of C."
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "228 K",
+ "sizeU": "910 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " grep (print lines matching a pattern) This is GNU grep, the "fastest grep in the west" (we hope). Grep searches through textual input for lines which contain a match to a specified pattern and then prints the matching lines."
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "32 K",
+ "sizeU": "110 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libXrender libXrender is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "pkgname": "koffice",
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+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "27692 K",
+ "sizeU": "83990 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " koffice (KDE office productivity suite) KOffice office productivity applications. Included are a word processor, spreadsheet, presentation program, chart and graph creator, vector graphics tool, database report creator, flowcharting program, integrated data management program, a pixel graphics editor, a mathematical formula editor, and KOffice Workspace (a combination of all of the above)."
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+ "pkgname": "gpa",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "184 K",
+ "sizeU": "870 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gpa (GNU Privacy Assistant) GPA is a graphical frontend for the GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG, http://www.gnupg.org). GPA can be used to encrypt, decrypt, and sign files, to verify signatures and to manage the private and public keys."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "xf86-input-joystick",
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+ "arch": "i486",
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+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "32 K",
+ "sizeU": "100 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-input-joystick xf86-input-joystick is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-pl",
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+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "5224 K",
+ "sizeU": "15250 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-pl Polish language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "mcabber",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "208 K",
+ "sizeU": "930 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " mcabber (Jabber console client) mcabber is a small Jabber console client for Linux, maintained by Mikael Berthe. Mcabber includes features such as SSL support, multi-user chat (MUC), history logging, commands completion, and external actions triggers. mcabber project home is: http://www.lilotux.net/~mikael/mcabber/"
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+ "pkgname": "links",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1772 K",
+ "sizeU": "2860 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " links (WWW browser for the console) Links is a console mode WWW browser, supporting colors, correct table rendering, background downloading, frames, Javascript, and a menu driven configuration interface. The default is text output, but graphical output (using -g) is also supported using the Linux framebuffer console or SVGAlib. links was written by Mikulas Patocka."
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+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "404 K",
+ "sizeU": "1430 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " bison (parser generator similar to yacc) GNU "Bison" is a general-purpose parser generator that converts a grammar description for an LALR(1) context-free grammar into a C program to parse that grammar. 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."
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+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1896 K",
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+ "pkgdesc: " swig (Simplified Wrapper and Interface Generator) SWIG is an interface compiler that connects programs written in C and C++ with scripting languages such as Perl, Python, Ruby, and Tcl. It works by taking the declarations found in C/C++ header files and using them to generate the wrapper code that scripting languages need to access the underlying C/C++ code. In addition, SWIG provides a variety of customization features that let you tailor the wrapping process to suit your application. "
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+ "pkgname": "rendercheck",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "32 K",
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+ "pkgdesc: " rendercheck rendercheck is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "44 K",
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+ "pkgdesc: " netkit-ftp (the old BSD FTP client) 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. This is a program of mostly historical value. For a more powerful command-line FTP client, look at something like lftp."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "pcmciautils",
+ "pkgver": "017",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "32 K",
+ "sizeU": "110 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " pcmciautils (Utilities for using PCMCIA cards with 2.6+ kernels) This package provides PCMCIA tools that replace the pcmcia-cs tools used with the 2.4.x Linux kernel. PCMCIA cards are commonly used in laptops to provide expanded capabilities such as network connections, modems, increased memory, and more."
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+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "6560 K",
+ "sizeU": "19560 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-et Estonian language support for KDE."
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+ "pkgname": "koffice-l10n-nds",
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+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "276 K",
+ "sizeU": "1110 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " koffice-l10n-nds Low Saxon language support for KOffice."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-de",
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+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "28564 K",
+ "sizeU": "44110 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-de German language support for KDE."
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+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "648 K",
+ "sizeU": "2340 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " akonadi (PIM storage service) akonadi is an extensible cross-desktop storage service for PIM data and meta data providing concurrent read, write, and query access. It will provide a unique desktop wide object identification and retrieval. Homepage: http://www.kdepim.org/akonadi/"
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "510 K"
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "28 K",
+ "sizeU": "80 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-ast xf86-video-ast is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "2200 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libtool (a generic library support script) This is GNU Libtool, a generic library support script. Libtool hides the complexity of using shared libraries behind a consistent, portable interface. To use libtool, add the new generic library building commands to your Makefile, Makefile.in, or Makefile.am. See the documentation for details. You must install the "m4" package to be able to use libtool."
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+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1036 K",
+ "sizeU": "4720 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gnupg (The GNU Privacy Guard) GnuPG is GNU's tool for secure communication and data storage. It can be used to encrypt data and to create digital signatures. It includes an advanced key management facility and is compliant with the proposed OpenPGP Internet standard as described in RFC2440."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xauth",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "32 K",
+ "sizeU": "80 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xauth xauth is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "tar",
+ "pkgver": "1.26",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1020 K",
+ "sizeU": "2450 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " tar (archiving utility) This is the GNU version of tar, an archiving program designed to store and extract files from an archive file known as a tarfile. A tarfile may be made on a tape drive, however, it is also common to write a tarfile to a normal file. Slackware's package system uses tarfiles compressed with GNU gzip."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "font-ibm-type1",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.3",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "284 K",
+ "sizeU": "650 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-ibm-type1 font-ibm-type1 is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "newspost",
+ "pkgver": "2.1.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "40 K",
+ "sizeU": "100 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " newspost (binary posting utility) Newspost is a usenet binary autoposter. It will uuencode or yencode files and post them to usenet newsgroups. In addition, it can automatically generate and post .SFV checksum files and .PAR parity files. Newspost was mostly written by Jim Faulkner, with some help from William McBrine. Portions borrowed from cksfv by Bryan Call, and parchive by Willem Monsuwe."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "zd1211-firmware",
+ "pkgver": "1.4",
+ "arch": "fw",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "36 K",
+ "sizeU": "440 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " zd1211-firmware (Firmware for zd1211 USB wireless) This distribution contains the firmware files for the ZD1211 chip, which is used in WLAN USB sticks. The files are generated from C header files distributed in the original ZyDAS ZD1211 driver. The GPL-licensed header files used to produce the firmware blobs are also present in this distribution. The full source of the original ZYDAS driver is available from http://zd1211.wiki.sourceforge.net/VendorDriver"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "proftpd",
+ "pkgver": "1.3.3e",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "732 K",
+ "sizeU": "3430 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " proftpd (FTP server daemon) ProFTPD is the Professional File Transfer Protocol (FTP) server daemon. ProFTPD grew out of the desire to have a secure and configurable FTP server, and out of a significant admiration of the Apache web server."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "popa3d",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " popa3d (a POP3 daemon) popa3d is a Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) server. A POP3 server operates on local mailboxes on behalf of its remote users. Users can connect at any time to check their mailbox and fetch the mail that has accumulated. The design goals of this POP3 server are security, reliability, RFC compliance (slightly relaxed to work with real-world POP3 clients), and high performance. The popa3d daemon was written by Solar Designer."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "mt-st",
+ "pkgver": "0.9b",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "32 K",
+ "sizeU": "100 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " mt-st (controls magnetic tape drive operation) This mt originates from BSD NET-2. Some Linux SCSI tape-specific ioctls have been added to the original source and the man page has been updated. Although this mt program is tailored for SCSI tape, it can also be used with the QIC-02 driver and hopefully with other Linux tape drivers using the same ioctls (some of the commands may not work with all drivers)."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-eo",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "792 K",
+ "sizeU": "3800 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-eo Esperanto language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "apmd",
+ "pkgver": "3.2.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "60 K",
+ "sizeU": "170 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " apmd (Advanced Power Management daemon) apmd is an APM monitoring daemon, and works in conjunction with the APM BIOS driver in the kernel. Apmd (and the included tools) handle tasks such as automatically putting a laptop into suspend when the power level drop below a certain point. This package also includes the graphical power management tools xapm and xbattery. The apmd tools were written by Rik Faith and are maintained by Avery Pennarun. xbattery was written by Nathan Sidwell."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "qca-ossl",
+ "pkgver": "2.0.0_beta3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "92 K",
+ "sizeU": "360 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " qca-ossl (OpenSSL plugin for QCA) This plugin provides features based on OpenSSL. It implements: * Hashing - SHA1, SHA0, RIPEMD160, MD2, MD4, MD5 * Hashing - SHA224, SHA256, SHA384 and SHA512 * Block Ciphers * Keyed Hash Message Authentication Code (HMAC), using SHA1, MD5, and RIPEMD160 * Public keys - RSA, DSA, Diffie-Hellman * PKCS#12 * SSL/TLS * CMS (for S/MIME)"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "iwlwifi-6000-ucode",
+ "pkgver": "9.221.4.1",
+ "arch": "fw",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "136 K",
+ "sizeU": "460 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " iwlwifi-6000-ucode (Intel 6000 wireless microcode) The microcode provided in this package is required for the Intel Wireless WiFi Link AGN driver for Linux (iwlagn) to operate. Visit Intel's Linux wireless website at this address: http://intellinuxwireless.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "sinhala_lklug-font-ttf",
+ "pkgver": "20060929",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "72 K",
+ "sizeU": "300 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " sinhala_lklug-font-ttf (Sinhala Unicode TrueType font) This is a free Sri Lankan 'Sinhala' Unicode font. Its development was initiated by the LK LUG in 2003. Development home: http://sinhala.sourceforge.net/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "scim-anthy",
+ "pkgver": "1.2.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "244 K",
+ "sizeU": "1040 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " scim-anthy (a SCIM IMEngine module for anthy) SCIM is Smart Common Input Method platform, it provides a user friendly and full featured user interface and development platform to make input method developer's lives easier. Anthy is a system for Japanese input method. It converts Hiragana text to Kana Kanji mixed text. scim-anthy home: http://scim-imengine.sourceforge.jp/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libmcs",
+ "pkgver": "0.7.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "80 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libmcs (A library for managing configuration settings) mcs is a library and set of userland tools which abstract the storage of configuration settings away from userland applications. It is hoped that by using mcs, that the applications which use it will generally have a more congruent feeling in regards to settings. Because mcs is licenced under the BSD license, it is hoped that many applications will adopt its use."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "iwlwifi-100-ucode",
+ "pkgver": "39.31.5.1",
+ "arch": "fw",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "124 K",
+ "sizeU": "350 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " iwlwifi-1000-ucode (Intel Centrino N 100 wireless microcode) The microcode provided in this package is required for the Intel Wireless WiFi Link AGN driver for Linux (iwlagn) to operate. Visit Intel's Linux wireless website at this address: http://intellinuxwireless.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "iproute2",
+ "pkgver": "2.6.37",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "356 K",
+ "sizeU": "1120 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " iproute2 (IP routing utilities) These are tools used to administer many advanced IP routing features in the kernel. See Configure.help in the kernel documentation (search for iproute2) for more information on which kernel options these tools are used with. These utilities were written by Alexey Kuznetsov. The current maintainer of iproute2 is Stephen Hemminger."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-voodoo",
+ "pkgver": "1.2.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-voodoo xf86-video-voodoo is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "nmap",
+ "pkgver": "5.51",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "3048 K",
+ "sizeU": "13100 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " nmap (network scanner) Nmap ("Network Mapper") is an open source utility for network exploration or security auditing. It was designed to rapidly scan large networks, although it works fine against single hosts. Nmap uses raw IP packets in novel ways to determine what hosts are available on the network, what services (ports) they are offering, what operating system (and OS version) they are running, what type of packet filters/firewalls are in use, and dozens of other characteristics. Nmap runs on most types of computers, and both console and graphical versions are available."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xfig",
+ "pkgver": "3.2.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "5",
+ "location": "/slackware/t",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2868 K",
+ "sizeU": "9750 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xfig (interactive drawing tool) This package contains the binary for xfig, an interactive drawing tool under X. Xfig can create fig, epsf, and LaTeX files with various options. You also have to install the transfig package (transfig.tgz) so that xfig can export fig files as epsf and LaTeX files. This package also contains a set of basic examples of fig files."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "netdate",
+ "pkgver": "bsd4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "12 K",
+ "sizeU": "30 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " netdate (simple network time utility) Netdate takes a list of names of Internet hosts as arguments, selects the one which supplies the best time, and sets the system time accordingly. The invoker must be the super-user for the time to be set. Protocol names (either udp or tcp) may be interspersed with the host names, and determine the protocol which will be used to connect to the hosts whose names follow, up to the next protocol name or the end of the arguments. The default protocol is udp. These days, "ntpdate" is probably a better choice."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-hu",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "3356 K",
+ "sizeU": "9770 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-hu Hungarian language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kernel-huge",
+ "pkgver": "2.6.37.6",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "5816 K",
+ "sizeU": "7590 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kernel-huge (a fully-loaded single processor Linux kernel) This is a Linux kernel with built-in support for most disk controllers and filesystems. If you're looking for a more stripped down kernel (this one contains everything but the kitchen sink ;-), then install the kernel-generic from the /boot directory along with an initrd to load support for your boot device and filesystem. For instructions on the initrd, see README.initrd in the /boot directory."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "net-snmp",
+ "pkgver": "5.6.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1892 K",
+ "sizeU": "7970 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " net-snmp (Simple Network Management Protocol tools) Various tools relating to the Simple Network Management Protocol: An extensible agent An SNMP library Tools to request or set information from SNMP agents Tools to generate and handle SNMP traps A version of the unix 'netstat' command using SNMP A graphical Perl/Tk/SNMP based mib browser"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "mpg123",
+ "pkgver": "1.13.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "240 K",
+ "sizeU": "760 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " mpg123 (a command-line mp3 player) mpg123 is a real time MPEG 1.0/2.0/2.5 audio player/decoder for layers 1, 2, and 3 (MPEG 1.0 layer 3 aka MP3 most commonly tested). It is free software licensed under LGPL 2.1. Homepage: http://mpg123.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libraw1394",
+ "pkgver": "2.0.7",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "68 K",
+ "sizeU": "230 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libraw1394 (user space IEEE 1394 driver) libraw1394 provides direct access to the IEEE 1394 bus through the Linux 1394 subsystem's raw1394 user space interface. Homepage: http://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/libs/ieee1394/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "gd",
+ "pkgver": "2.0.35",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "4",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "144 K",
+ "sizeU": "660 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gd (a graphics library) gd is a graphics library. It allows your code to quickly draw images complete with lines, arcs, text, multiple colors, cut and paste from other images, and flood fills, and write out the result as a PNG or JPEG file. This is particularly useful in web applications, where PNG and JPEG are two of the formats accepted for inline images by most browsers. The gd library was written by Thomas Boutell."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "intel-gpu-tools",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "36 K",
+ "sizeU": "140 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " intel-gpu-tools (Intel DRM Driver Testing Tools) This is a collection of tools for development and testing of the Intel DRM driver. There are many macro-level test suites including xtest, rendercheck, piglit, and oglconform. "
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "dri2proto",
+ "pkgver": "2.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "12 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " dri2proto dri2proto is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "virtuoso-ose",
+ "pkgver": "6.1.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "6268 K",
+ "sizeU": "29360 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " virtuoso-ose (A high-performance object-relational SQL database) Virtuoso is a scalable cross-platform server that combines SQL/RDF/XML Data Management with Web Application Server and Web Services Platform functionality. Homepage: http://virtuoso.openlinksw.com/wiki/main/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libtermcap",
+ "pkgver": "1.2.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "7",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "64 K",
+ "sizeU": "100 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libtermcap This is the GNU termcap library -- a library of C functions that enable programs to send control strings to terminals in a way independent of the terminal type. Most of this package is also distributed with GNU Emacs, but it is available in this separate distribution to make it easier to install as -ltermcap."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "x11-ssh-askpass",
+ "pkgver": "1.2.4.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "70 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " x11-ssh-askpass (an X11-based passphrase dialog) x11-ssh-askpass is an X11-based passphrase dialog for use with OpenSSH."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kaudiocreator",
+ "pkgver": "r1212483",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "120 K",
+ "sizeU": "420 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kaudiocreator (CD ripper and audio encoder) kaudiocreater is a KDE frontend for ripping and encoding audio to/from optical media."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "fstobdf",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " fstobdf fstobdf is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "vte",
+ "pkgver": "0.26.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "372 K",
+ "sizeU": "2120 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " vte (terminal emulator widget) VTE is a terminal emulator widget for use with GTK+. This package contains the VTE library and development files and a sample implementation (vte). VTE is used by XFce."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "geeqie",
+ "pkgver": "1.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "716 K",
+ "sizeU": "4140 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " geeqie (Geeqie image viewer) Geeqie is an interactive GTK based image viewer that supports multiple image formats, zooming, panning, thumbnails, and sorting images into collections. Homepage: http://geeqie.sourceforge.net"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libXvMC",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.6",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "28 K",
+ "sizeU": "120 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libXvMC libXvMC is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "fontconfig",
+ "pkgver": "2.8.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "288 K",
+ "sizeU": "920 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " fontconfig (Font library and tools) Fontconfig is a library and tools designed to provide system-wide font configuration, customization, and application access. Fontconfig is written and maintained by Keith Packard."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "usbutils",
+ "pkgver": "002",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "184 K",
+ "sizeU": "620 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " usbutils (USB utilities) lsusb displays detailed information about all USB buses and devices in the system. usbmodules lists the kernel modules for a plugged in USB device. See the manual pages for more details."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "font-bh-ttf",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.3",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "284 K",
+ "sizeU": "950 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-bh-ttf font-bh-ttf is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "fixesproto",
+ "pkgver": "5.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "70 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " fixesproto fixesproto is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "curl",
+ "pkgver": "7.21.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "732 K",
+ "sizeU": "2100 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " curl (command line URL data transfer tool) Curl is a command line tool for transferring data specified with URL syntax. 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, SSL (https:) connections, cookies, file transfer resume and more. libcurl is a library that Curl uses to do its job. It is readily available to be used by your software, too."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86vidmodeproto",
+ "pkgver": "2.3.1",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "12 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86vidmodeproto xf86vidmodeproto is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "ttf-indic-fonts",
+ "pkgver": "0.4.7.4",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2136 K",
+ "sizeU": "6920 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " ttf-indic-fonts (Fonts for Indic scripts) This is a collection of free fonts that support some of the more widely used Indic scripts. Included are TTF fonts for Bengali, Devanagari, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil, and Telugu. For more information about enabling full Indic support (this package will enable display, but probably not input), see the Indic-Fonts-HOWTO which can be found in /usr/doc/Linux-HOWTOs."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "lcms",
+ "pkgver": "1.19",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "172 K",
+ "sizeU": "620 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " lcms (little cms engine) Little cms is a small, speed optimized color management engine. lcms was written by Marti Maria <marti@littlecms.com>."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "gperf",
+ "pkgver": "3.0.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "104 K",
+ "sizeU": "280 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gperf (a perfect hash function generator) gperf is a perfect hash function generator written in C++. It transforms an n element user-specified keyword set W into a perfect hash function F. gperf currently generates the reserved keyword recognizer for lexical analyzers in several production and research compilers and language processing tools, including GNU C, GNU C++, GNU Java, GNU Pascal, GNU Modula 3, and GNU indent. gperf was written by by Douglas C. Schmidt and Bruno Haible."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "reiserfsprogs",
+ "pkgver": "3.6.21",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "216 K",
+ "sizeU": "1020 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " reiserfsprogs (Reiserfs filesystem utilities) These utilities are used for Reiserfs. Reiserfs is a file system based on balanced tree algorithms. Learn more at the home site: http://www.namesys.com Reiserfs is the work of Hans Reiser and many others. See the file /usr/doc/reiserfs*/README for full credits."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "net-tools",
+ "pkgver": "1.60",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "108 K",
+ "sizeU": "380 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " net-tools (base Linux networking utilities) This is the core collection of tools such as "ifconfig" and "route" used to configure networking on Linux. You won't be able to do much networking without this package and the network-scripts. The net-tools package was maintained for many years by Phil Blundell and Bernd Eckenfels."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "network-scripts",
+ "pkgver": "13.0",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "80 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " network-scripts (Scripts to configure a network) These are the basic scripts and files used to define a network and configure network interfaces on Linux. Most of the original /etc files were written by Fred N. van Kempen, or borrowed from BSD. The rc.inet1 and rc.inet2 scripts were mostly written by Patrick Volkerding, with suggestions and fixes from hundreds of contributors over the years."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "poppler-data",
+ "pkgver": "0.4.4",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1444 K",
+ "sizeU": "11920 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " poppler-data (data files used by poppler) This package consists of encoding files for use with poppler. The encoding files are optional and poppler will automatically read them if they are present. When installed, the encoding files enables poppler to correctly render CJK and Cyrillic properly. While poppler is licensed under the GPL, these encoding files are copyright Adobe and licensed much more strictly, and thus distributed separately."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "anthy",
+ "pkgver": "9100h",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "4968 K",
+ "sizeU": "24260 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " anthy (a system for Japanese input method) Anthy is a library for Japanese text input. It converts Hiragana text to Kana Kanji mixed text. anthy home: http://anthy.sourceforge.jp/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-ca@valencia",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2000 K",
+ "sizeU": "9220 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " Catalan (Valencian) language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "font-bh-100dpi",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.3",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "3704 K",
+ "sizeU": "4280 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-bh-100dpi font-bh-100dpi is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "fuse",
+ "pkgver": "2.8.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "124 K",
+ "sizeU": "490 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " FUSE (Filesystem in Userspace) FUSE is a simple interface for userspace programs to export a virtual filesystem to the Linux kernel. FUSE also aims to provide a secure method for non privileged users to create and mount their own filesystem implementations. The FUSE web site can be found here: http://fuse.sourceforge.net"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "sudo",
+ "pkgver": "1.7.4p6",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "160 K",
+ "sizeU": "420 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " sudo (give limited root privileges to certain users) 'sudo' is a command that allows users to execute some commands as root. The /etc/sudoers file (edited with 'visudo') specifies which users have access to sudo and which commands they can run. 'sudo' logs all its activities to /var/log/ so the system administrator can keep an eye on things."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-sv",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "15864 K",
+ "sizeU": "29940 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-sv Swedish language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "udev",
+ "pkgver": "165",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "284 K",
+ "sizeU": "1400 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " udev (dynamic device directory system) udev provides a dynamic device directory containing only the files for the devices which are actually present. It creates or removes device node files usually located in the /dev directory. udev requires a 2.6 or newer kernel. Kay Sievers is the udev maintainer."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "v4l-utils",
+ "pkgver": "0.8.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "236 K",
+ "sizeU": "930 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " v4l-utils (libraries and utilities for video4linux) libv4l is a collection of libraries which adds a thin abstraction layer on top of video4linux2 devices. The purpose of this (thin) layer is to make it easy for application writers to support a wide variety of devices without having to write seperate code for different devices in the same class. Linux V4L2 and DVB API utilities are also included. Homepage: http://freshmeat.net/projects/libv4l"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xscreensaver",
+ "pkgver": "5.12",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "3180 K",
+ "sizeU": "17240 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xscreensaver (a screen saver and locker for X) A modular screen saver and locker for the X Window System. Highly customizable: allows the use of any program that can draw on the root window as a display mode. More than 100 display modes are included in this package."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-input-void",
+ "pkgver": "1.3.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-input-void xf86-input-void is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "bluez",
+ "pkgver": "4.91",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "468 K",
+ "sizeU": "1710 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " bluez (Bluetooth libraries and utilities) Bluez is the Bluetooth stack for Linux, allowing Bluetooth adaptors and devices to be used with Linux. This package contains the Bluez libraries, utilities, and other support files. For more info, visit: http://www.bluez.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kernel-generic",
+ "pkgver": "2.6.37.6",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2896 K",
+ "sizeU": "4100 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kernel-generic (a general purpose single processor Linux kernel) This is a Linux kernel with built-in support for most IDE controllers. For filesystem support, or if you need to load support for a SCSI or other controller, then you'll need to load one or more kernel modules using an initial ramdisk, or initrd. For more information about creating an initrd, see the README.initrd file in the /boot directory."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "jfsutils",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.15",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "184 K",
+ "sizeU": "1080 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " jfsutils (IBM JFS utilities) Utilities for managing IBM's Journaled File System (JFS) under Linux: jfs_debugfs - shell-type JFS file system editor. jfs_fsck - check and repair a JFS formatted device. jfs_fscklog - extract a JFS fsck service log into a file. jfs_logdump - dump a JFS formatted device's journal log. jfs_mkfs - create a JFS formatted partition. jfs_tune - adjust tunable file system parameters on JFS."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "dmidecode",
+ "pkgver": "2.11",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "56 K",
+ "sizeU": "170 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " dmidecode (DMI table decoder) dmidecode is a tool for dumping a computer's DMI table (some say SMBIOS) contents in a human-readable format. This table contains a description of the system's hardware components, as well as other useful pieces of information such as serial numbers and BIOS revision. dmidecode was written by Alan Cox and Jean Delvare."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "font-cronyx-cyrillic",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.3",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "308 K",
+ "sizeU": "380 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-cronyx-cyrillic font-cronyx-cyrillic is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xclipboard",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "80 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xclipboard xclipboard is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "icmpinfo",
+ "pkgver": "1.11",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "12 K",
+ "sizeU": "30 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " icmpinfo (ICMP monitoring utility) Icmpinfo is a tool for looking at the ICMP messages received on the running host. It can be used to detect and record attack attempts, as well as help diagnose network problems. icmpinfo was written by Laurent Demailly."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "font-mutt-misc",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.3",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "220 K",
+ "sizeU": "280 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-mutt-misc font-mutt-misc is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xorg-server-xnest",
+ "pkgver": "1.9.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "520 K",
+ "sizeU": "1470 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xorg-server-xnest (a nested X server) Xnest is an experimental nested server for X that acts as both a client and a server. Xnest is a client of the real server which manages windows and graphics requests on its behalf. Xnest is a server to its own clients. Xnest manages windows and graphics requests on their behalf. To these clients Xnest appears to be a conventional server."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "rdesktop",
+ "pkgver": "1.6.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "120 K",
+ "sizeU": "400 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " rdesktop (Remote Desktop Protocol client) rdesktop is a client for Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), used in a number of Microsoft products including Windows NT Terminal Server, Windows 2000 Server, Windows XP, and Windows 2003 Server. For more information, see: http://www.rdesktop.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "fftw",
+ "pkgver": "3.2.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "844 K",
+ "sizeU": "3690 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " fftw (Fastest Fourier Transform in the West) FFTW is a free collection of fast C routines for computing the Discrete Fourier Transform in one or more dimensions. It includes complex, real, symmetric, and parallel transforms, and can handle arbitrary array sizes efficiently. FFTW is typically faster than other publically-available FFT implementations, and is even competitive with vendor-tuned libraries. Homepage: http://www.fftw.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "font-bitstream-100dpi",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.3",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "172 K",
+ "sizeU": "210 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-bitstream-100dpi font-bitstream-100dpi is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "font-bitstream-type1",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.3",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "308 K",
+ "sizeU": "490 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-bitstream-type1 font-bitstream-type1 is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "python",
+ "pkgver": "2.6.6",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "11728 K",
+ "sizeU": "71410 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " python (object-oriented interpreted programming language) Python is an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented programming language that combines remarkable power with very clear syntax. Python's basic power can be extended with your own modules written in C or C++. Python is also adaptable as an extension language for existing applications. "
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "minicom",
+ "pkgver": "2.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "268 K",
+ "sizeU": "1070 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " minicom (communications package) Minicom - a full featured menu-driven communications package similar to the DOS program 'Telix'. Also includes sz/rz - utilities used to upload and download files using the Zmodem protocol."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "util-macros",
+ "pkgver": "1.13.0",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "28 K",
+ "sizeU": "130 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " util-macros util-macros is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "font-bh-lucidatypewriter-75dpi",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.3",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "740 K",
+ "sizeU": "890 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-bh-lucidatypewriter-75dpi font-bh-lucidatypewriter-75dpi is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xorg-cf-files",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.4",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "188 K",
+ "sizeU": "1320 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xorg-cf-files xorg-cf-files is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "transfig",
+ "pkgver": "3.2.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/t",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "188 K",
+ "sizeU": "610 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " transfig (transform .fig files) This package contains the binaries to transform .fig files (created by xfig) to some other formats like epsf and LaTeX. If you have installed xfig, you should also install this package if you want to use xfig to create other files than .fig files, which can then be included in your LaTeX documents."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "imlib",
+ "pkgver": "1.9.15",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "7",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "492 K",
+ "sizeU": "1400 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " imlib (image loading and rendering library) 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."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-i740",
+ "pkgver": "1.3.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "80 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-i740 xf86-video-i740 is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "screen",
+ "pkgver": "4.0.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "456 K",
+ "sizeU": "800 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " screen (screen manager with VT100/ANSI terminal emulation) 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 several control functions from the ISO 6492 (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."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "koffice-l10n-it",
+ "pkgver": "2.3.2",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "540 K",
+ "sizeU": "2030 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " koffice-l10n-it Italian language support for KOffice."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "blueman",
+ "pkgver": "r708",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "528 K",
+ "sizeU": "3520 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " Blueman (Graphical Bluetooth Manager) Blueman is a GTK+ Bluetooth Manager for tasks such as: - Connecting to 3G/EDGE/GPRS via DUN profile. - Connecting to/Creating bluetooth networks - Connecting to input and audio devices - Sending/Receiving/Browsing files via OBEX - Pairing Homepage: http://blueman-project.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "bluez-firmware",
+ "pkgver": "1.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "76 K",
+ "sizeU": "170 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " bluez-firmware (Bluetooth(TM) firmware) The bluez-firmware package contains firmware needed by various chipsets to support Bluetooth(TM) on Linux. For more info, visit: http://www.bluez.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "whois",
+ "pkgver": "5.0.11",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "44 K",
+ "sizeU": "200 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " whois (whois directory client) This is an enhanced whois (RFC 954) client derived from the BSD and RIPE whois programs. It can automatically select the appropriate whois server for most queries. This version of whois was written by Marco d'Itri For more information, see: http://www.linux.it/~md/software/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "netkit-rusers",
+ "pkgver": "0.17",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " netkit-rusers (show users logged in to machines on local network) The rusers command produces output similar to who, but for the list of hosts or all machines on the local network. For each host responding to the rusers query, the hostname with the names of the users currently logged on is printed on each line. The rusers command will wait for one minute to catch late responders. Portmap and rpc.rusersd must be running on remote machines. Should probably be considered insecure (or at least ill-advised) on public networks."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libxklavier",
+ "pkgver": "5.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "80 K",
+ "sizeU": "480 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libxklavier (XKB Library) libxklavier is a utility library to make XKB stuff easier. Homepage: http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/LibXklavier"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-ia",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "348 K",
+ "sizeU": "1530 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-ia Interlingua language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "font-sun-misc",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.3",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "36 K",
+ "sizeU": "70 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-sun-misc font-sun-misc is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kdegraphics",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "4848 K",
+ "sizeU": "12400 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kdegraphics (KDE graphics programs) Graphics programs for the KDE Software Compilation, including gwenview, kcolorchooser, kbackgroundsnapshot, kolourpaint, kruler, ksnapshot, okular, and xf86gammacfg."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "gdbm",
+ "pkgver": "1.8.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "4",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "48 K",
+ "sizeU": "130 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gdbm (GNU database routines) GNU dbm is a set of database routines that work similar to the standard UNIX dbm routines."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "enscript",
+ "pkgver": "1.6.5.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "352 K",
+ "sizeU": "2080 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " enscript (converts text files to PostScript and other formats) Enscript converts text files to PostScript and spools the generated output to a printer or saves it to a file. If no input files are given, enscript processes standard input. Enscript can be extended to handle different output media and it has many options for customizing printouts. "
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "elvis",
+ "pkgver": "2.2_0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "660 K",
+ "sizeU": "2720 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " elvis Elvis is a text editor. It is intended to be a modern replacement for the classic ex/vi editor of UNIX fame. Elvis supports many new features, including multiple edit buffers, multiple windows, and a variety of display modes. As elvis is Slackware's default vi, this is a required package."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-vmware",
+ "pkgver": "11.0.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "40 K",
+ "sizeU": "120 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-vmware xf86-video-vmware is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "ispell",
+ "pkgver": "3.2.06",
+ "arch": "i386",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "324 K",
+ "sizeU": "1140 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " ispell (spelling checker) Ispell is a fast screen-oriented spelling checker that shows you your errors in the context of the original file, and suggests possible corrections when it can figure them out. Compared to UNIX spell, it is faster and much easier to use. Ispell can also handle languages other than English. Ispell has a long history, and many people have contributed to the current version -- some of the major contributors include R. E. Gorin, Pace Willisson, Walt Buehring, and Geoff Kuenning. "
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-tseng",
+ "pkgver": "1.2.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "32 K",
+ "sizeU": "90 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-tseng xf86-video-tseng is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "renderproto",
+ "pkgver": "0.11.1",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "90 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " renderproto renderproto is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "cxxlibs",
+ "pkgver": "6.0.14",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "616 K",
+ "sizeU": "2860 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " cxxlibs (C++ shared library compatibility package) This package contains the shared libraries needed to run dynamically linked C++ binaries linked with older versions of libstdc++."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "inputproto",
+ "pkgver": "2.0.1",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "64 K",
+ "sizeU": "330 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " inputproto inputproto is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "autofs",
+ "pkgver": "5.0.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "272 K",
+ "sizeU": "1450 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " autofs (kernel-based automounter) autofs is a kernel-based automounter for Linux. It performs a job similar to amd(8) but relies on a small stub of kernel code instead of pretending to be an NFS server. The result is simpler code, better reliability, and much faster operation in the common case (everything already mounted.)"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "shared-mime-info",
+ "pkgver": "0.90",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "376 K",
+ "sizeU": "3290 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " shared-mime-info (MIME database) This package contains: The freedesktop.org shared MIME database spec. The merged GNOME and KDE databases, in the new format. The update-mime-database command, used to install new MIME data. See http://www.freedesktop.org/standards/shared-mime-info.html for more information."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "db42",
+ "pkgver": "4.2.52",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "368 K",
+ "sizeU": "1150 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " db42 (Berkeley database library version 4.2.x) The Berkeley Database (Berkeley DB) library provides embedded database support for both traditional and client/server applications. This package should be installed if compatibility is needed with databases created with the Berkeley DB version 4.2.x."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xkbevd",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "28 K",
+ "sizeU": "80 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xkbevd xkbevd is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "imake",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "40 K",
+ "sizeU": "110 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " imake imake is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "elm",
+ "pkgver": "2.5.8",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "232 K",
+ "sizeU": "750 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " elm (Menu-driven user mail program) Elm is an interactive screen-oriented mailer program originally written by Dave Taylor, and continued by the Elm Development Group. "
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-sis",
+ "pkgver": "0.10.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "244 K",
+ "sizeU": "630 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-sis xf86-video-sis is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "iwlwifi-5000-ucode",
+ "pkgver": "8.83.5.1",
+ "arch": "fw",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "256 K",
+ "sizeU": "1050 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " iwlwifi-5000-ucode (Intel 5000 wireless microcode) The microcode provided in this package is required for the Intel PRO/Wireless 5000ABG/BG Network Connection Adapter driver for Linux (iwlagn) to operate. Visit Intel's Linux wireless website at this address: http://intellinuxwireless.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "sendmail",
+ "pkgver": "8.14.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "876 K",
+ "sizeU": "3340 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " sendmail (mail transfer agent) Eric Allman's mail transport agent. The _Unix System Administration Handbook_ calls sendmail 'The most complex and complete mail delivery system in common use...' Ready-made configuration files are included for systems connected by TCP/IP (with or without a nameserver) and for systems using UUCP. The procmail package is required to handle local mail delivery."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-apm",
+ "pkgver": "1.2.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "68 K",
+ "sizeU": "180 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-apm xf86-video-apm is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "crda",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " crda (Central Regulatory Domain Agent) This is the Central Regulatory Domain Agent for Linux. It serves one purpose: tell the Linux kernel what to enforce. In essence, it is a udev helper for communication between the kernel and userspace. You only need to run this manually for debugging purposes. http://wireless.kernel.org/download/crda/ "
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "linuxdoc-tools",
+ "pkgver": "0.9.66",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "8",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "4516 K",
+ "sizeU": "40460 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " linuxdoc-tools (utilities for working with DocBook and SGML) SGML stands for Standard Generalized Markup Language. This is a system which allows you to produce LaTeX, HTML, GNU info, LyX, RTF, and plain text (via groff) from a single source file in SGML. It is often used for technical software documentation, such as the Linux HOWTO documents. This package includes everything you need to use SGML -- all of the standard SGML tools; OpenJade; tools for working with DocBook documents (various DTDs); xmlto and AsciiDoc."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86miscproto",
+ "pkgver": "0.9.3",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "8 K",
+ "sizeU": "30 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86miscproto xf86miscproto is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "iwlwifi-3945-ucode",
+ "pkgver": "15.32.2.9",
+ "arch": "fw",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "72 K",
+ "sizeU": "320 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " iwlwifi-3945-ucode (Intel 3945 wireless microcode) The microcode provided in this package is required for the Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG/BG Network Connection Adapter driver for Linux (iwlwifi-3945) to operate. Visit Intel's Linux wireless website at this address: http://intellinuxwireless.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "mozilla-thunderbird",
+ "pkgver": "3.1.9",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "9012 K",
+ "sizeU": "31320 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " mozilla-thunderbird (Mozilla Thunderbird mail application) Mozilla Thunderbird is a redesign of the Mozilla mail component written using the XUL user interface language. Thunderbird makes emailing safer, faster, and easier than ever before with the industry's best implementations of features such as intelligent spam filters, built-in RSS reader, quick search, and much more. Visit the Mozilla Thunderbird project online: http://www.mozilla.org/projects/thunderbird/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libassuan",
+ "pkgver": "2.0.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "104 K",
+ "sizeU": "240 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libassuan (Interprocess Communication Library for GPG) This is the IPC library used by GnuPG 2.x, GPGME and a few other packages. "
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "mpfr",
+ "pkgver": "3.0.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "348 K",
+ "sizeU": "1200 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " mpfr (Multiple-Precision Floating-Point Reliable Library) The MPFR library is a C library for multiple-precision floating-point computations with exact rounding (also called correct rounding). It is based on the GMP multiple-precision library. The main goal of MPFR is to provide a library for multiple-precision floating-point computation which is both efficient and has well-defined semantics. It copies the good ideas from the ANSI/IEEE-754 standard for double-precision floating-point arithmetic (53-bit mantissa)."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-pt",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "5352 K",
+ "sizeU": "19340 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-pt Portuguese language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "tango-icon-theme",
+ "pkgver": "0.8.90",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1220 K",
+ "sizeU": "8650 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " Tango icon theme (Another standard icon theme) The Tango Desktop Project has designed a basic set of desktop icons that follow the style guidelines. The set has been created as a proof of concept for the style, but works rather well as a replacement for the base theme under GNOME and KDE. Tango's home page is: http://tango.freedesktop.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "cmake",
+ "pkgver": "2.8.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "4572 K",
+ "sizeU": "34180 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " CMake (cross-platform, open-source make system) CMake is used to control the software process using simple platform and compiler independed configuration files. CMake generates native makefiles and workspaces that can be used in the compiler environment of your choice. CMake's home on the web is: http://www.cmake.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libXft",
+ "pkgver": "2.2.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "56 K",
+ "sizeU": "160 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libXft libXft is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "texinfo",
+ "pkgver": "4.13a",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "4",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "716 K",
+ "sizeU": "2270 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " texinfo (GNU software documentation system) 'Texinfo' is a documentation system that uses a single source file to produce both on-line information and printed output. Using Texinfo, you can create a printed document with the normal features of a book, including chapters, sections, cross references, and indices. From the same Texinfo source file, you can create a menu-driven, on-line Info file with nodes, menus, cross references, and indices. This package is needed to read the documentation files in /usr/info."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "pkgtools",
+ "pkgver": "13.37",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "9",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "44 K",
+ "sizeU": "140 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " pkgtools (The Slackware package maintenance system) This package contains utilities for handling Slackware packages. Included are the command line utilities 'installpkg', 'removepkg', 'makepkg', 'explodepkg', and 'upgradepkg' that install, remove, build, examine, and upgrade software packages. Also included are 'pkgtool', a menu based program for installing packages, removing packages, or viewing the packages that are installed on the system, documentation (man pages), and a few other system admin scripts."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kbd",
+ "pkgver": "1.15.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1068 K",
+ "sizeU": "3320 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kbd (keyboard maps and console fonts) Load and save keyboard mappings. Needed if you are not using the US keyboard map. This package also contains utilities to change your console fonts - if you install it you'll get a menu later on that lets you select from many different fonts. If you like one, you can make it your default font. A new default font can be chosen at any time by typing 'setconsolefont'."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "gnome-icon-theme",
+ "pkgver": "2.31.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "7992 K",
+ "sizeU": "10550 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gnome-icon-theme (default icons used by GTK+) A set of default icons used by many GTK+ applications."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libglade",
+ "pkgver": "2.6.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "4",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "92 K",
+ "sizeU": "460 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libglade (GLADE library) The GLADE library allows loading user interfaces which are stored externally into a program. This allows the interface to be changed without recompiling the program. The interfaces can also be edited with GLADE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "atk",
+ "pkgver": "1.32.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "232 K",
+ "sizeU": "2170 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " atk (accessibility functions library) atk is a library of accessibility functions that is used by the GTK+-2 toolkit."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xlsatoms",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xlsatoms xlsatoms is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-es",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "26556 K",
+ "sizeU": "47360 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-es Spanish language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "amp",
+ "pkgver": "0.7.6",
+ "arch": "i386",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "40 K",
+ "sizeU": "120 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " amp (An MP3 player) amp (Audio Mpeg Player) is a command-line MPEG audio decoder (MP3 player). It works with both MPEG1 and MPEG2 audio streams (except for the multichannel extensions defined in MPEG2), layers 2 and 3."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xsane",
+ "pkgver": "0.998",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1568 K",
+ "sizeU": "5180 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xsane (Graphical frontend to SANE, Scanner Access Now Easy) xsane provides a graphical user-interface to control an image acquisition device such as a flatbed scanner. It allows previewing and scanning individual images and can be invoked either directly from the command-line or through the GIMP image manipulation program. xsane accesses image acquisition devices through the SANE (Scanner Access Now Easy) interface. "
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "koffice-l10n-ru",
+ "pkgver": "2.3.2",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "344 K",
+ "sizeU": "1450 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " koffice-l10n-ru Russian language support for KOffice."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "randrproto",
+ "pkgver": "1.3.2",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "36 K",
+ "sizeU": "160 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " randrproto randrproto is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "automoc4",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "80 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " automoc4 (automatic moc for Qt4) This package contains the automoc4 binary which is used to run moc on the right source files in a Qt 4 or KDE 4 application. Moc is the meta object compiler which is a widely used tool with Qt and creates standard C++ files to provide syntactic sugar of the signal/slots mechanism. See also http://www.kde.org"
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "ethtool",
+ "pkgver": "2.6.36",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "76 K",
+ "sizeU": "240 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " ethtool (a tool for examining and tuning a network interface) ethtool is a small utility for examining and tuning your Ethernet based network interface. For more details, see "man ethtool". ethtool was written by David Miller, with help from Jakub Jelinek, Jeff Garzik, Tim Hockin, Eli Kupermann, Chris Leech, Scott Feldman, and Andi Kleen."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xfractint",
+ "pkgver": "20.04p09",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "744 K",
+ "sizeU": "2360 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xfractint (fractal generation program) Xfractint draws a wide variety of fractals. Xfractint is a port of the DOS program Fractint. The primary original authors of Fractint are Bert Tyler, Timothy Wegner, Mark Peterson, and Pieter Branderhorst. Fractint was ported to X by Ken Shirriff."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xdm",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.10",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "112 K",
+ "sizeU": "360 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xdm xdm is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xrdb",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.9",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xrdb xrdb is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "taglib",
+ "pkgver": "1.6.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "232 K",
+ "sizeU": "1120 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " taglib (audio meta-data library) TagLib is a library for reading and editing the meta-data of several popular audio formats. Currently it supports both ID3v1 and ID3v2 for MP3 files, Ogg Vorbis comments and ID3 tags and Vorbis comments in FLAC files."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libXv",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.6",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "44 K",
+ "sizeU": "120 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libXv libXv is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "cdparanoia",
+ "pkgver": "III_10.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "100 K",
+ "sizeU": "350 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " cdparanoia (digital audio extraction tool) cdparanoia is a Compact Disc Digital Audio (CDDA) extraction tool, commonly known on the net as a 'ripper'. It reads digital audio data from a Compact Disc and saves it to sound files. cdparanoia has been designed to read correct audio data even using cheap CD-ROM drives prone to misalignment, frame jitter and loss of streaming. cdparanoia will also read and repair data from CDs that have been damaged in some way."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "gpm",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "5",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "184 K",
+ "sizeU": "540 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gpm (general purpose mouse server) The general purpose mouse server, or gpm, allows you to use the mouse to cut and paste text from the screen. It also acts as a mouse server for applications running on the Linux console, such as the Midnight Commander file manager. NOTE: This program may cause problems when you start X on systems that do not use a serial mouse. If you get an 'unable to open mouse device' error from X, disable /etc/rc.d/rc.gpm."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "openldap-client",
+ "pkgver": "2.4.23",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "360 K",
+ "sizeU": "1400 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " openldap-client (OpenLDAP client programs) OpenLDAP is an open source implementation of the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol. LDAP is a alternative to the X.500 Directory Access Protocol (DAP). It uses the TCP/IP stack versus the overly complex OSI stack. LDAP is often used to provide authentication (such as for email). The OpenLDAP homepage is http://www.openldap.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libnjb",
+ "pkgver": "2.2.6",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "5",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "212 K",
+ "sizeU": "2060 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libnjb (A library for Creative Nomad related media devices) libnjb is a C library and API for communicating with the Creative Nomad JukeBox and Dell DJ digital audio players under BSD, Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows. The protocol these devices use is presumably called PDE (Portable Digital Entertainment protocol) at Creative. Newer devices using the Microsoft MTP (Media Transfer Protocol) are NOT supported. Home page: http://libnjb.sourceforge.net"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "eigen2",
+ "pkgver": "2.0.10",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "164 K",
+ "sizeU": "1260 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " Eigen2 (c++ math library) Eigen 2 is a lightweight C++ template library for vector and matrix math, a.k.a. linear algebra. See the website: http://eigen.tuxfamily.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "rasqal",
+ "pkgver": "0.9.21",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "248 K",
+ "sizeU": "1570 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " rasqal (RDF parsing library) Rasqal is a library providing full support for querying Resource Description Framework (RDF) including parsing query syntaxes, constructing the queries, executing them and returning result formats. It currently handles the RDF Data Query Language (RDQL) and SPARQL Query language. Homepage: http://librdf.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-ca",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "3860 K",
+ "sizeU": "14280 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-ca Catalan language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "glibc-solibs",
+ "pkgver": "2.13",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "4",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2268 K",
+ "sizeU": "9880 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " glibc-solibs (shared GNU C libraries) This package contains the shared libraries, binaries, and support files required to run most Linux applications linked with glibc."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "rcs",
+ "pkgver": "5.7",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "132 K",
+ "sizeU": "550 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " rcs (Revision Control System) RCS, the Revision Control System, manages multiple revisions of files. RCS can store, retrieve, log, identify, and merge revisions. It is useful for files that are revised frequently, e.g. programs, documentation, graphics, and papers."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "alsa-oss",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.17",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "32 K",
+ "sizeU": "100 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " alsa-oss (library/wrapper to use OSS programs with ALSA) The Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA) provides audio and MIDI functionality to the Linux operating system. OSS (Open Sound System) is an older sound system for Linux that ALSA is replacing. Using the aoss wrapper you can use programs that only support OSS with ALSA without having to load the OSS compatibility kernel modules."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "glibc",
+ "pkgver": "2.13",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "4",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "11388 K",
+ "sizeU": "133840 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " glibc (GNU C libraries) This package contains the GNU C libraries and header files. The GNU C library was written originally by Roland McGrath, and is currently maintained by Ulrich Drepper. Some parts of the library were contributed or worked on by other people. You'll need this package to compile programs."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xedit",
+ "pkgver": "1.2.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "276 K",
+ "sizeU": "880 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xedit xedit is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "pciutils",
+ "pkgver": "3.1.7",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "240 K",
+ "sizeU": "1040 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " pciutils (PCI utilities) lspci displays detailed information about all PCI buses and devices in the system, replacing the original /proc/pci interface. setpci allows reading from and writing to PCI device configuration registers. For example, you can adjust the latency timers with it. See the manual pages for more details."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libtiff",
+ "pkgver": "3.9.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "484 K",
+ "sizeU": "1540 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libtiff (a library for reading and writing TIFF files) This package provides support for the Tag Image File Format (TIFF), a widely used format for storing image data. Included is the libtiff library (for reading and writing TIFF files), and a collection of tools for working with TIFF images."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "which",
+ "pkgver": "2.20",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "28 K",
+ "sizeU": "90 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " which (shows the full path to shell commands) GNU 'which' takes one or more arguments. For each of its arguments it prints to stdout the full path of the executables that would have been executed when this argument had been entered at the shell prompt. It does this by searching for an executable or script in the directories listed in the environment variable PATH using the same algorithm as bash(1). 'Which' is a built-in function in many shells. The GNU version of which was written by Carlo Wood."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "file",
+ "pkgver": "5.05",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "216 K",
+ "sizeU": "920 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " file (a utility to determine file type) This is Ian F. Darwin's 'file' utility, used to identify files. Christos Zoulas has been file's maintainer since 1994."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "gettext",
+ "pkgver": "0.18.1.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "116 K",
+ "sizeU": "770 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gettext (internationalization framework) The GNU gettext package contains "gettext" and "ngettext", programs that are used to internationalize the messages given by shell scripts."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "isapnptools",
+ "pkgver": "1.26",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "92 K",
+ "sizeU": "280 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " isapnptools (ISA Plug-And-Play tools) These programs allow ISA Plug-And-Play devices to be configured on a Linux machine."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libwnck",
+ "pkgver": "2.30.6",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "344 K",
+ "sizeU": "2850 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libwnck (Window Navigator Construction Kit library) libwnck is the Window Navigator Construction Kit, a library for use in writing pagers, tasklists, and more generally applications that are dealing with window management. It tries hard to respect the Extended Window Manager Hints specification (EWMH). libwnck is used by compiz to provide the gtk-window-decorator program."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "rpm",
+ "pkgver": "4.8.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "748 K",
+ "sizeU": "2990 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " rpm (RPM package format tool) RPM is a tool from Red Hat Software used to install and remove packages in the .rpm format. When installing RPM packages on Slackware, you may need to use the --nodeps and --force options. Before installing any binary package, it's wise to examine it to see what it's going to do, and if it will overwrite any files. You can use rpm2tgz to convert .rpm packages to .tgz packages so you can look them over."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "less",
+ "pkgver": "443",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "108 K",
+ "sizeU": "250 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " less (file pager) Less is a paginator 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 was written by Mark Nudelman."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "lynx",
+ "pkgver": "2.8.7",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1512 K",
+ "sizeU": "5300 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " Lynx (text mode browser) Lynx is a distributed hypertext browser with full World Wide Web capabilities. Lynx can be used to access information on the World Wide Web, or to build information systems intended primarily for local access. For example, Lynx has been used to build several Campus Wide Information Systems (CWIS). Lynx's authors include Lou Montulli, Garrett Blythe, Craig Lavender, Michael Grobe, and Charles Rezac."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xineramaproto",
+ "pkgver": "1.2.1",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "12 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xineramaproto xineramaproto is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libXau",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.6",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "80 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libXau libXau is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "iwlwifi-1000-ucode",
+ "pkgver": "128.50.3.1",
+ "arch": "fw",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "120 K",
+ "sizeU": "350 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " iwlwifi-1000-ucode (Intel 1000 wireless microcode) The microcode provided in this package is required for the Intel Wireless WiFi Link AGN driver for Linux (iwlagn) to operate. Visit Intel's Linux wireless website at this address: http://intellinuxwireless.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "chmlib",
+ "pkgver": "0.40",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "36 K",
+ "sizeU": "180 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " chmlib (library for accessing CHM files) chmlib is a small library designed for accessing MS ITSS files. The ITSS file format is used for Microsoft Html Help files (.chm), which have been the predominant medium for software documentation from Microsoft during the past several years, having superceded the previously used .hlp file format. Homepage: http://www.jedrea.com/chmlib/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "gcc-objc",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "3016 K",
+ "sizeU": "9190 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gcc-objc (Objective-C support for GCC) Objective-C support for the GNU Compiler Collection. This package contains those parts of the compiler collection needed to compile code written in Objective-C. Objective-C was originally developed to add object-oriented extensions to the C language, and is best known as the native language of the NeXT computer. The base gcc package is also required."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kbproto",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "28 K",
+ "sizeU": "150 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kbproto kbproto is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "findutils",
+ "pkgver": "4.4.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "368 K",
+ "sizeU": "1320 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " findutils (utilities to locate files) This package contains the GNU find and xargs programs. The find and xargs implementations comply with POSIX 1003.2. They also support some additional options, some borrowed from Unix and some unique to GNU."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "scim-m17n",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "32 K",
+ "sizeU": "100 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " scim-m17n (bridge IMengine to support m17n input methods in SCIM) SCIM is a developing platform to significantly reduce the difficulty of input method development. scim-m17n is a SCIM IMEngine module which uses the m17n library as the backend. scim-m17n home: http://scim-im.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "tcpdump",
+ "pkgver": "4.1.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "352 K",
+ "sizeU": "910 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " tcpdump (network monitoring tool) Tcpdump is a tool for network monitoring and data acquisition. You can use it to dump information on all the packets on a network that match a boolean expression. Tcpdump uses libpcap, a system independent interface for user-level packet capture. Project homepage: http://sourceforge.net/projects/tcpdump/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "mkcomposecache",
+ "pkgver": "1.2.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "12 K",
+ "sizeU": "40 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " mkcomposecache mkcomposecache is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "netwatch",
+ "pkgver": "1.3.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "88 K",
+ "sizeU": "370 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " netwatch (a network monitor) Netwatch allows a user (superuser) to monitor activity on the network. The monitor includes statistics on transmitted and received packets, bytes, protocol, and more."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "koffice-l10n-kk",
+ "pkgver": "2.3.2",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "224 K",
+ "sizeU": "1020 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " koffice-l10n-kk Kazakh language support for KOffice."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xkill",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xkill xkill is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "pil",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.7",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "352 K",
+ "sizeU": "1510 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " pil (Python Imaging Library) The Python Imaging Library (PIL) adds image processing capabilities to your Python environment. This library provides extensive file format support, an efficient internal representation, and powerful image processing capabilities. PIL is used by the scanning component of HPLIP. PIL homepage: http://www.pythonware.com/products/pil/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "nfs-utils",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "196 K",
+ "sizeU": "630 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " nfs-utils (Network File System daemons and utilities) The nfs-utils package contains the necessary daemons and utilities to run an NFS server on Linux. You'll also need the portmap package to use NFS."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-pt_BR",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "17952 K",
+ "sizeU": "32690 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-pt_BR Brazilian Portuguese language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "iwlwifi-4965-ucode",
+ "pkgver": "228.61.2.24",
+ "arch": "fw",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "80 K",
+ "sizeU": "400 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " iwlwifi-4965-ucode (Intel 4965 wireless microcode) The microcode provided in this package is required for the Intel PRO/Wireless 4965ABG/BG Network Connection Adapter driver for Linux (iwlwifi-4965) to operate. Visit Intel's Linux wireless website at this address: http://intellinuxwireless.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "tcl",
+ "pkgver": "8.5.9",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/tcl",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1672 K",
+ "sizeU": "5180 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " tcl (Tool Command Language) Tcl, developed by Dr. John Ousterhout, is a simple to use text-based script language with many built-in features which make it especially nice for writing interactive scripts."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "coreutils",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2084 K",
+ "sizeU": "12500 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " coreutils (core GNU utilities) These are the GNU core utilities, the basic command line programs such as 'mkdir', 'ls', and 'rm' that are needed for the system to run. This package is the union of the GNU fileutils, sh-utils, and textutils packages. Most of these programs have significant advantages over their Unix counterparts, such as greater speed, additional options, and fewer arbitrary limits."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "windowmaker",
+ "pkgver": "20060427cvs",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "4",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1696 K",
+ "sizeU": "6790 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " windowmaker (a fast and elegant window manager) Window Maker is a window manager for the X Window System that is relatively fast and small, feature rich, easy to use, with a simple and elegant appearance reminiscent of the NeXTSTEP(tm) graphical user interface. Window Maker is part of the official GNU project."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "sysstat",
+ "pkgver": "9.0.6.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "168 K",
+ "sizeU": "740 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " sysstat (System performance monitoring tools) The sysstat utilities are a collection of performance monitoring tools for Linux. These include the iostat, mpstat, pidstat, sadf, and sar tools. The sysstat utilities were written by Sebastien Godard. For more information, see the sysstat web site: http://pagesperso-orange.fr/sebastien.godard/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "qca-gnupg",
+ "pkgver": "2.0.0_beta3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "80 K",
+ "sizeU": "300 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " qca-gnupg (GnuPG plugin for QCA) This plugin provides features based on GnuPG."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-radeonhd",
+ "pkgver": "1.3.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "188 K",
+ "sizeU": "510 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-radeonhd (driver for AMD GPG (ATI) R5xx/R6xx chipsets) xf86-video-radeonhd is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-chips",
+ "pkgver": "1.2.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "92 K",
+ "sizeU": "260 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-chips xf86-video-chips is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libXinerama",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "70 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libXinerama libXinerama is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-nds",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "3152 K",
+ "sizeU": "11250 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-nds Low Saxon language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "htdig",
+ "pkgver": "3.2.0b6",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "884 K",
+ "sizeU": "3320 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " htdig (web indexing and searching system) The ht://Dig system is a complete web indexing and searching system for a small domain or intranet. This system is not indended to replace the need for outside Internet search engines such as Google, but rather to cover the search needs for a single company, campus, or even a particular sub section of a web site."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "evieext",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.1",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "12 K",
+ "sizeU": "40 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " evieext evieext is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "videoproto",
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "80 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " videoproto videoproto is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-uk",
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+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "13756 K",
+ "sizeU": "33780 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-uk Ukrainian language support for KDE."
+ },
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "3044 K",
+ "sizeU": "16950 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " subversion (a version control system) Subversion is a version control system which allows you to keep old versions of files and directories (usually source code), and keep a log of who, when, and why changes occurred, similar to other such systems like CVS, RCS or SCCS. Subversion keeps all the information to permit extracting previous versions of those files at any time. For more information about the Subversion project, visit: http://subversion.apache.org"
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "soprano",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2088 K",
+ "sizeU": "4590 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " soprano (C++/Qt4 framework for RDF data) Soprano (formally known as QRDF) is a library which provides a nice Qt interface to RDF storage solutions. It has a modular structure which allows to replace the actual RDF storage implementation used. Homepage: http://soprano.sourceforge.net/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "snownews",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "124 K",
+ "sizeU": "420 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " snownews (a console RSS newsreader) Snownews is a console RSS/RDF news reader. It supports all versions of RSS natively and can be expanded via plugins to support many other other formats. Snownews was written and is maintained by Oliver Feiler. Snownews homepage: http://kiza.kcore.de/software/snownews"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "mkfontdir",
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+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " mkfontdir mkfontdir is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "rdist",
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+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "60 K",
+ "sizeU": "140 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " rdist (remote file distribution program) Rdist is a remote file distribution program. It is used to maintain identical copies of files over multiple network hosts. It preserves the owner, group, mode, and mtime of files if possible and can update programs that are executing."
+ },
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "272 K",
+ "sizeU": "890 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " lsof (list open files) Lsof is a Unix-specific tool. Its name stands for "LiSt Open Files", and it does just that. It lists information about files that are open by the processes running on the system. Victor A. Abell of Purdue University is the developer of lsof."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "kdeplasma-addons",
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2076 K",
+ "sizeU": "7910 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kdeplasma-addons (Plasma addons for KDE) Plasmoids (or widgets) for the KDE Plasma Desktop shell."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xcmiscproto",
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+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "70 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xcmiscproto xcmiscproto is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "utempter",
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+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " utempter (utmp updating library and utility) The utempter package provides a utility and shared library that allows terminal applications such as xterm and screen to update /var/run/utmp and /var/log/wtmp without requiring root privileges."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-el",
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+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2396 K",
+ "sizeU": "10800 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-el Greek language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xstdcmap",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xstdcmap xstdcmap is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "gegl",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "296 K",
+ "sizeU": "1610 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " GEGL (Generic Graphics Library) GEGL (Generic Graphics Library) is a graph based image processing framework. GEGL provides infratructure to do demand based cached non destructive image editing on larger than RAM buffers. Through babl it provides support for a wide range of color models and pixel storage formats for input and output. "
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "qca-cyrus-sasl",
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "28 K",
+ "sizeU": "90 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " qca-cyrus-sasl (Cyrus SASL plugin for QCA) This plugin provides features based on Cyrus SASL version 2."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "x3270",
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "476 K",
+ "sizeU": "1210 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " x3270 (IBM host access tool for X) x3270 opens a telnet connection to an IBM host in an X window. Since the window created by x3270 can use its own font for displaying characters, is a fairly accurate representation of an IBM 3278."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-zh_TW",
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+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1972 K",
+ "sizeU": "8740 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-zh_TW Chinese language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "iputils",
+ "pkgver": "s20101006",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "76 K",
+ "sizeU": "200 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " iputils (a collection of common network tools) The iputils package contains network tools found on nearly all *NIX systems, along with an extra or two. Some of the utilities found here include arping, clockdiff, ping, ping6, rarpd, rdisc, tracepath, tracepath6, and traceroute6. iputils is maintained by YOSHIFUJI Hideaki."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "font-jis-misc",
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+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "536 K",
+ "sizeU": "640 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-jis-misc font-jis-misc is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "recordproto",
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "28 K",
+ "sizeU": "180 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " recordproto recordproto is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "libdvdread",
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "72 K",
+ "sizeU": "240 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libdvdread (library for reading DVDs) libdvdread provides a simple foundation for reading DVD video disks. It provides the functionality that is required to access many DVDs. It parses IFO files, reads NAV-blocks, and performs CSS authentication and descrambling."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "appres",
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " appres appres is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "redland",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "276 K",
+ "sizeU": "2150 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " redland (RDF high-level interface library) Redland is a library that provides a high-level interface for the Resource Description Framework (RDF) allowing the RDF graph to be parsed from XML, stored, queried and manipulated. Redland implements each of the RDF concepts in its own class via an object based API, reflected into the language APIs, currently C#, Java, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby and Tcl. Homepage: http://librdf.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libcddb",
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "72 K",
+ "sizeU": "300 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libcddb (An online CD database library) Libcddb is a library that implements the different protocols (CDDBP, HTTP, SMTP) to access data on a CDDB server (http://freedb.org). Visit the project at: http://libcddb.sourceforge.net/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "yptools",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "172 K",
+ "sizeU": "760 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " yptools (NIS servers and clients) NIS stands for Network Information Service. NIS is usually used to provide /etc/passwd and /etc/group information throughout the network. Most Sun-based networks run NIS, and Linux machines can take full advantage of existing NIS service or provide NIS service themselves."
+ },
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "13992 K",
+ "sizeU": "56090 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " perl (Practical Extraction and Report Language) Larry Wall's "Practical Extraction and Report Language". Perl is a language optimized for scanning arbitrary text files, extracting information from those text files, and printing reports based on that information. It's also a good language for many system management tasks. The language is intended to be practical (easy to use, efficient, complete) rather than beautiful (tiny, elegant, minimal)."
+ },
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "308 K",
+ "sizeU": "2090 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " raptor (RDF Parser & Serializer) Raptor is a free software/Open Source C library that provides a set of parsers and serializers that generate Resource Description Framework (RDF) triples by parsing syntaxes or serialize the triples into a syntax. The supported parsing syntaxes are RDF/XML, N-Triples, TRiG, Turtle, RSS tag soup including all versions of RSS, Atom 1.0 and 0.3, GRDDL and microformats for HTML, XHTML and XML. Homepage: http://librdf.org/"
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-lt",
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+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2628 K",
+ "sizeU": "7540 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-lt Lithuanian language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "jasper",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "152 K",
+ "sizeU": "510 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " jasper (free implementation of the JPEG-2000 standard) The JasPer Project is an open-source initiative to provide a free software-based reference implementation of the codec specified in the JPEG-2000 Part-1 standard (i.e., ISO/IEC 15444-1).jasper: jasper home: http://www.ece.uvic.ca/~mdadams/jasper/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-tga",
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+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "70 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-tga xf86-video-tga is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "scim-input-pad",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "4",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "72 K",
+ "sizeU": "300 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " scim-input-pad (on-screen input pad for scim) This is scim-input-pad, which provides an on-screen input pad to enter symbols and chinese characters. scim home: http://scim-im.org/"
+ },
+ {
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+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "40 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-cursor-misc font-cursor-misc is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "man-pages",
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+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2448 K",
+ "sizeU": "5080 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " man-pages (system documentation) Man pages are online documentation for Linux. This package includes many section 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, and 8 man pages for Linux. The man-pages distribution is maintained by Michael Kerrisk with the help of more writers, editors, and other contributors than we can name here. For more information, see http://www.kernel.org/doc/man-pages/"
+ },
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+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "128 K",
+ "sizeU": "550 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libvisual (audio visualization library) Libvisual is an audio visualization library that acts as a middle layer between audio visualization plugins and applications. Any application written with libvisual support included will be able to make use of all the plugins that are written for libvisual. Libvisual also contains a whole set of facilities to ease the development of plugins. Libvisual was written by Dennis Smit."
+ },
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+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "572 K",
+ "sizeU": "710 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " encodings encodings is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "location": "/slackware/x",
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+ "sizeU": "120 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " scrnsaverproto scrnsaverproto is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
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+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "140 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " glproto glproto is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "210 K"
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+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "pkgdesc: " mdadm (manage RAID arrays) mdadm is a utility program for creating, managing, and monitoring Linux MD (Software RAID) devices. Unlike the older raidtools package, mdadm is a single program (which should make it easier to use). mdadm was written by Neil Brown. Development of mdadm is sponsored by CSE@UNSW (The School of Computer Science and Engineering at The University of New South Wales)."
+ },
+ {
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+ "arch": "i486",
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+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "830 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " etc (system configuration files) System configuration files. The /etc directory is traditionally the location where configuration files are found."
+ },
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+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "50968 K",
+ "sizeU": "106520 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kdeedu (Educational applications) Educational applications for the KDE Software Compilation."
+ },
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "70 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " viewres viewres is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "tetex-doc",
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+ "arch": "i486",
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+ "location": "/slackware/t",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "42928 K",
+ "sizeU": "93220 K"
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+ "location": "/slackware/x",
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+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xeyes xeyes is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "350 K"
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+ },
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+ "arch": "i486",
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+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "90 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xinit xinit is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "304 K",
+ "sizeU": "830 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " openvpn (secure IP tunnel daemon) OpenVPN is a full-featured SSL VPN which can accomodate a wide range of configurations, including remote access, site-to-site VPNs, WiFi security, and enterprise-scale remote access with load balancing, failover, and fine-grained access-controls. OpenVPN's home on the net is: http://openvpn.net"
+ },
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2548 K",
+ "sizeU": "13180 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " sane (Scanner Access Now Easy) SANE is a universal scanner interface that provides standardized access to any raster image scanner hardware, such as flatbed scanners, hand-held scanners, video and still cameras, frame-grabbers, and other similar devices."
+ },
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+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "2010 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " pilot-link (library for communicating with PalmOS devices) This is a library for communicating with Palm Computing, Inc. Palm Devices as well as the Handspring Visor, TRGPro, and other devices which conform to this standard (PalmOS licensed devices). pilot-link is used by KPilot."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "lha",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "44 K",
+ "sizeU": "120 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " lha (LHa archive utility) LHa is an archiving and compressing utility written by Tsugio Okamoto."
+ },
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+ "pkgdesc: " xorg-server-xvfb (virtual framebuffer X server) Xvfb is an X server that can run on machines with no display hardware and no physical input devices. It emulates a dumb framebuffer using virtual memory. The primary use of this server is intended to be server testing. The mfb or cfb code for any depth can be exercised with this server without the need for real hardware that supports the desired depths. A secondary use is testing clients against unusual depths and screen configurations."
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+ "sizeU": "7140 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " httpd (The Apache HTTP Server) Apache is an HTTP server designed as a plug-in replacement for the NCSA HTTP server. It fixes numerous bugs in the NCSA server and includes many frequently requested new features, and has an API which allows it to be extended to meet users' needs more easily. Apache is the most popular web server in the known universe; over half of the servers on the Internet are running Apache or one of its variants."
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+ "sizeC": "2352 K",
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+ "pkgdesc: " gettext-tools (internationalization framework tools) The GNU gettext-tools package is useful for authors and maintainers of internationalized software, or for anyone compiling programs that use the gettext functions. This package provides the needed tools and library functions for the handling of messages in different languages. Some other GNU packages use the gettext program (included in this package) to internationalize the messages given by shell scripts."
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+ "location": "/slackware/l",
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+ "sizeC": "1508 K",
+ "sizeU": "10230 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libxml2 (XML parser library) Libxml2 is the XML C parser library and toolkit. XML itself is a metalanguage to design markup languages -- i.e. a text language where structures are added to the content using extra "markup" information enclosed between angle brackets. HTML is the most well-known markup language. Though the library is written in C, a variety of language bindings make it available in other environments."
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+ "sizeU": "2410 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libvorbis (Ogg Vorbis library) This library supports the Vorbis General Audio Compression Codec (commonly known as Ogg Vorbis). 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. The libvorbis library requires libao and libogg. You'll find some basic tools for creating and using Ogg Vorbis files in the vorbis-tools package."
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+ "location": "/slackware/a",
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+ "sizeU": "1290 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " dbus (D-Bus message bus system) D-Bus supplies both a system daemon (for events such as "new hardware device added" or "printer queue changed") and a per user login session daemon (for general IPC needs among user applications). Also, the message bus is built on top of a general one-to-one message passing framework, which can be used by any two apps to communicate directly (without going through the message bus daemon). "
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+ "location": "/slackware/a",
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+ "pkgdesc: " glibc-zoneinfo (timezone database) This package allows you to configure your time zone. This timezone database comes from the tzdata and tzcode packages by Arthur David Olson et.al. The latest version and more information may be found at ftp://elsie.nci.nih.gov/pub/ Use the timeconfig utility to set your local time zone."
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+ "location": "/slackware/l",
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+ "sizeU": "1510 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " slang (S-Lang interpreter version 2) S-Lang is an interpreted language that was designed from the start to be easily embedded into a program to provide it with a powerful extension language. S-Lang is also a programmer's library that permits a programmer to develop sophisticated platform-independent software. In addition to providing the S-Lang extension language, the library provides facilities for screen management, keymaps, and low-level terminal I/O."
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "68 K",
+ "sizeU": "150 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " hdparm (read/set hard drive parameters) hdparm provides a command line interface to various hard disk ioctls supported by the Linux ATA/IDE device driver subsystem. This may be required to enable higher-performing disk modes. hdparm was written by Mark Lord."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xine-lib",
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+ "arch": "i686",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "3628 K",
+ "sizeU": "9940 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xine-lib (xine multimedia playback engine libraries) xine-lib is a free (GPL licensed) high-performance multimedia playback engine. The xine shared libraries are used by xine-ui (and other media players and multimedia applications) for smooth video processing and playback of multimedia streams such as movies, radio and TV network streams, DVDs, and VCDs."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "gstreamer",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1092 K",
+ "sizeU": "10400 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " GStreamer (streaming multimedia framework) GStreamer is a library that allows the construction of graphs of a media-handling components, ranging from simple Ogg/Vorbis playback to complex audio (mixing) and video (non-linear editing) processing. Applications can take advantage of advances in codec and filter technology transparently. Developers can add new codecs and filters by writing a simple plugin with a clean, generic interface. GStreamer is released under the LGPL. "
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+ "pkgname": "koffice-l10n-wa",
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "176 K",
+ "sizeU": "690 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " koffice-l10n-wa Walloon language support for KOffice."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "font-sony-misc",
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+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "28 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-sony-misc font-sony-misc is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "quota",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "156 K",
+ "sizeU": "860 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " quota (Linux disk quota utilities) An implementation of the diskquota system for the Linux operating system to keep those greedy users from gobbling up 100% of the hard drive space. Works with ext2, ext3, reiserfs, and xfs filesystems. This system is based on the Melbourne quota system by Robert Elz. Edvard Tuinder and Marco van Wieringen ported this code to Linux. Jan Kara added support for the new Linux quota format and the XFS filesystem."
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+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-xgi",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "120 K",
+ "sizeU": "320 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-xgi xf86-video-xgi is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "liblastfm",
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "156 K",
+ "sizeU": "520 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " liblastfm (last fm library) The last.fm audio scrobbling service library. "
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "stunnel",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "128 K",
+ "sizeU": "370 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " stunnel (Universal SSL tunnel) The stunnel program is designed to work as an SSL encryption wrapper between remote client and local (inetd-startable) or remote servers. The goal is to facilitate SSL encryption and authentication for non-SSL-aware programs. stunnel can be used to add SSL functionality to commonly used inetd daemons like POP-2, POP-3 and IMAP servers without any changes in the programs' code."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "dnsmasq",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "228 K",
+ "sizeU": "550 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " dnsmasq (small DNS and DHCP server) 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, and can serve the names of local machines which are not in the global DNS. Dnsmasq was written by Simon Kelley."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "unarj",
+ "pkgver": "265",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " unarj (a command-line utility for decompressing .arj archives) This is a simple command-line tool for decompressing .arj files. Thanks to Haruhiko Okumura and ARJ Software, Inc. for providing this source code free of charge. UNARJ software and manual copyright (c) 1990-2002 ARJ Software, Inc. All rights reserved."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "printproto",
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+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "70 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " printproto printproto is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "pkgname": "libXxf86misc",
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libXxf86misc libXxf86misc is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "36 K",
+ "sizeU": "110 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-cirrus xf86-video-cirrus is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1104 K",
+ "sizeU": "7020 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " ncurses (CRT screen handling and optimization package) The ncurses (new curses) library is a free software emulation of curses in System V Release 4.0, and more. It uses terminfo format, supports pads and color and multiple highlights and forms characters and function-key mapping, and has all the other SYSV-curses enhancements over BSD curses."
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+ "pkgname": "font-misc-ethiopic",
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+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "140 K",
+ "sizeU": "460 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-misc-ethiopic font-misc-ethiopic is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-savage",
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "76 K",
+ "sizeU": "190 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-savage xf86-video-savage is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-ja",
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+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1916 K",
+ "sizeU": "8860 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-ja Japanese language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libvncserver",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "192 K",
+ "sizeU": "640 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libvncserver (VNC Server Library) LibVNCServer makes writing a VNC server (or more correctly, a program exporting a framebuffer via the Remote Frame Buffer protocol) easy. Homepage: http://libvncserver.sourceforge.net/"
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "bc",
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+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "96 K",
+ "sizeU": "240 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " bc (An arbitrary precision calculator language) bc is an arbitrary precision numeric processing language. Syntax is similar to C, but differs in many substantial areas. It supports interactive execution of statements. bc is a utility included in the POSIX P1003.2/D11 draft standard. The GNU version of bc was written by Philip A. Nelson."
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "928 K",
+ "sizeU": "1890 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " alsa-utils (Advanced Linux Sound Architecture utilities) The Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA) provides audio and MIDI functionality to the Linux operating system. This package contains command line audio utilities for use with ALSA: alsactl (manage soundcard settings) arecord/aplay (capture and play audio) amixer (adjust mixer settings from the command line) alsamixer (an ncurses-based console mixer) For more information, see http://alsa-project.org"
+ },
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+ "arch": "i486",
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+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "96 K",
+ "sizeU": "360 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libart_lgpl (graphics library) Libart is a library for high-performance 2D graphics. It is used by both KDE and GNOME. This is the LGPL'd component of the library. Raph Levien <raph@acm.org> is the author of libart."
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+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "84 K",
+ "sizeU": "340 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libelf (ELF object file access library) Libelf lets you read, modify or create ELF files in an architecture independent way. The library takes care of size and endian issues, so for example you can process a file for SPARC processors on an Intel based system. GCC uses libelf for LTO (Link Time Optimization). Project home: http://www.mr511.de/software/"
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
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+ "sizeU": "1260 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " make (GNU make utility to maintain groups of programs) This is the GNU implementation of make, which was written by Richard Stallman and Roland McGrath. 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. This is needed to compile just about any major C program, including the Linux kernel."
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+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "112 K",
+ "sizeU": "350 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " distcc (distributed C/C++ compiler/daemon) distcc allows compilation of C code to be distributed across several machines on a network. distcc should always generate the same results as a local compile, is simple to install and use, and is often significantly faster than a local compile. IMPORTANT SECURITY NOTE: distccd should only run on trusted networks. distcc was written by Martin Pool."
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+ "pkgver": "4",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
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+ "sizeC": "6588 K",
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+ "pkgdesc: " glibc-i18n (locale files from glibc) These files go in /usr/lib/locale and /usr/share/i18n/ to provide internationalization support. You'll need this package unless you will be using US English only."
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+ "arch": "i486",
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+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "216 K",
+ "sizeU": "2930 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libxcb (X protocol C-language Binding) The XCB library provides an interface to the X Window System protocol which is fully capable of replacing Xlib. In fact, libX11 makes use of libxcb as much as possible. :-) Porting to XCB has several advantages such as a smaller memory footprint, latency hiding, direct protocol access, and improved thread support."
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+ "arch": "i486",
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+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "32 K",
+ "sizeU": "130 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " dmapi (Data Management API library) A library required to use the Data Management API (DMAPI). This interface is defined in the X/Open document 'Systems Management: Data Storage Managment (XDSM) API' dated February 1997. The DMAPI library is used by the xfsdump utility."
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "28 K",
+ "sizeU": "100 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libXxf86dga libXxf86dga is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1496 K",
+ "sizeU": "10270 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-km Khmer language support for KDE."
+ },
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+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "18708 K",
+ "sizeU": "24650 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-ml Malayalam language support for KDE."
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "80 K",
+ "sizeU": "460 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " loudmouth (XMPP C programming library) Loudmouth is a lightweight and easy-to-use C library for programming with the Jabber protocol. It is designed to be easy to get started with, and yet extensible enough to allow you to do anything that the Jabber protocol allows. loudmouth home: http://www.loudmouth-project.org/"
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+ "pkgname": "pcre",
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+ "arch": "i486",
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+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "1590 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " pcre (Perl-compatible regular expression library) The PCRE library is a set of functions that implement regular expression pattern matching using the same syntax and semantics as Perl 5, with just a few differences (documented in the man page). The PCRE library is used by KDE's Konqueror browser."
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+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "64 K",
+ "sizeU": "180 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-input-synaptics xf86-input-synaptics is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "3904 K",
+ "sizeU": "7430 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kdeaccessibility (Accessibility programs for KDE) KDE accessibility programs, including kmag (a screen magnifier), kmousetool (clicks the mouse for you), and kmouth (a speech synthesizer frontend)."
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+ "location": "/slackware/tcl",
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+ "sizeU": "510 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " hfsutils (HFS volume utilities) hfsutils is a collection of tools for reading and writing Macintosh HFS volumes. These utilities can manipulate HFS volumes on nearly any medium. Since hfs and xhfs are linked with Tcl/Tk shared libraries, the hfsutils package is included here in the TCL software series. hfsutils was written by Robert Leslie <rob@mars.org>"
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+ "location": "/slackware/l",
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+ "sizeU": "260 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " fribidi (Unicode BiDirectional algorithm library) This library implements the Unicode BiDirectional algorithm, which is needed in order to support right-to-left languages such as Arabic and Hebrew. It is used in display software like KDE's SVG modules."
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+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "568 K",
+ "sizeU": "2490 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-fy Abkhasysk language support for KDE."
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+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "196 K",
+ "sizeU": "2040 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xproto xproto is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "location": "/slackware/n",
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+ "pkgdesc: " telnet (the telnet client and daemon) telnet supports the original DARPA telnet interactive communication protocol. As connecting to a telnetd server transmits your password over the network in cleartext, telnet's use as a login protocol has been mostly superceded by the use of ssh and sshd. However, the telnet client is still a very handy tool, and telnetd may still have some uses on networks that are known to be secure. telnet and telnetd were ported from BSD."
+ },
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+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "216 K",
+ "sizeU": "490 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " mailx (a simple mail client) Mailx is derived from Berkeley Mail and is intended provide the functionality of the POSIX mailx command with additional support for MIME, IMAP, POP3, SMTP, and S/MIME. It provides enhanced features for interactive use, such as caching and disconnected operation for IMAP, message threading, scoring, and filtering. It is also usable as a mail batch language, both for sending and receiving mail. The maintainer and primary developer of mailx is Gunnar Ritter."
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+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "140 K",
+ "sizeU": "460 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " Enchant (a wrapper for spellcheck libraries) Enchant supports: * Aspell/Pspell * Ispell * MySpell/HunSpell * Uspell (Yiddish, Hebrew and Eastern European languages) * Hspell (Hebrew) and others http://www.abisource.com/projects/enchant/"
+ },
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+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "10288 K",
+ "sizeU": "34540 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gcc (Base GCC package with C support) GCC is the GNU Compiler Collection. This package contains those parts of the compiler collection needed to compile C code. Other packages add C++, Fortran, Objective-C, and Java support to the compiler core."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "xf86-input-evdev",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "36 K",
+ "sizeU": "110 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-input-evdev xf86-input-evdev is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kdepim",
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+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "11544 K",
+ "sizeU": "37810 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kdepim (KDE Personal Information Management applications) The KDE-PIM project aims to bring together those who wish to help design, implement, test, etc. anything that's to do with personal information management. This rather broad scope encompasses mail clients, addressbooks, usenet news, scheduling, and even sticky notes."
+ },
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+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "132 K",
+ "sizeU": "350 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libXfont libXfont is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "84 K",
+ "sizeU": "260 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " rp-pppoe (Roaring Penguin PPPoE client) PPPoE (Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet) is a protocol used by many ADSL Internet Service Providers. Roaring Penguin has a free client for Linux systems to connect to PPPoE service providers. The client is a user-mode program and does not require any kernel modifications. It is fully compliant with RFC 2516, the official PPPoE specification."
+ },
+ {
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "56 K",
+ "sizeU": "240 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libao (Audio Output library) Libao is a cross-platform audio library, and is required by many programs and other libraries that use audio (some examples include ogg123, GAIM, and the Ogg Vorbis libraries). This package provides plugins for OSS, ESD, aRts, and ALSA. You will need to install the supporting libraries for any plugins you want to use."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "tcsh",
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "260 K",
+ "sizeU": "570 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " tcsh (C shell) tcsh is an enhanced but completely compatible version of the Berkeley UNIX C shell, csh(1). It is a command language interpreter usable both as an interactive login shell and a shell script command processor. It includes a command-line editor, programmable word completion, spelling correction, a history mechanism, job control, and a C-like syntax."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "tetex",
+ "pkgver": "3.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "8",
+ "location": "/slackware/t",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "35920 K",
+ "sizeU": "156650 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " tetex (teTeX binaries and support files) This package contains the binaries and support files required for the teTeX TeX distribution, such as input files for TeX, runtime configuration files, hyphenation tables, manpages, and the computer modern fonts."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "cdrdao",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "272 K",
+ "sizeU": "1170 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " cdrdao (CD burning utility) cdrdao burns proper disc-at-once (DAO) audio discs. In DAO mode the disc is written in one shot, so you don't have to have irritating 2 second gaps interrupting a live recording."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "inetd",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "8",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " inetd (Internet super-server) This is a program to listen for connections on certain Internet sockets and invokes a program to service the request. Essentially, inetd allows running one daemon to invoke several others, reducing load on the system. Many of the network services are run through inetd, so you'll probably need it. This version of inetd was ported from OpenBSD."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "M2Crypto",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "196 K",
+ "sizeU": "1050 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " M2Crypto (cryptography toolkit for Python) M2Crypto is a crypto and SSL toolkit for Python. It includes: - RSA, DSA, DH, HMACs, message digests, symmetric ciphers (e.g. AES) - SSL functionality to implement clients and servers - HTTPS extensions to Python's httplib, urllib, and xmlrpclib - Unforgeable HMAC'ing AuthCookies for web session management - FTP/TLS client and server, S/MIME v2, ZServerSSL, ZSmime Website: http://wiki.osafoundation.org/bin/view/Projects/MeTooCrypto"
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "font-bh-75dpi",
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "3180 K",
+ "sizeU": "3750 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-bh-75dpi font-bh-75dpi is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2288 K",
+ "sizeU": "9250 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " openssl (Secure Sockets Layer toolkit) The OpenSSL certificate management tool and the shared libraries that provide various encryption and decryption algorithms and protocols. This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit (http://www.openssl.org). This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com). This product includes software written by Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com)."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xcb-util",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "44 K",
+ "sizeU": "240 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xcb-util xcb-util is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-ko",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1056 K",
+ "sizeU": "4820 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-ko Korean language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-da",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "12904 K",
+ "sizeU": "22540 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-da Danish language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "scim",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "5",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1048 K",
+ "sizeU": "4030 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " scim (Smart Common Input Method platform) SCIM is an input platform for CJK and other languages. It aims to significantly reduce the difficulty of input method development. See the scim scripts in /etc/profile.d/ for setup info. scim home: http://www.scim-im.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libXcomposite",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "80 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libXcomposite libXcomposite is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "apr-util",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "108 K",
+ "sizeU": "450 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " apr-util (Apache Portable Runtime utilities) The mission of the Apache Portable Runtime (APR) is to provide a free library of C data structures and routines, forming a system portability layer to as many operating systems as possible. This package contains additional utility interfaces for APR; including support for XML, LDAP, database interfaces, URI parsing, and more."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-nv",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "84 K",
+ "sizeU": "230 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-nv xf86-video-nv is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "system-config-printer",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "632 K",
+ "sizeU": "4630 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " system-config-printer (CUPS printer administration tool) 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 Python bindings (pycups) for the CUPS API. It is largely the same as using the CUPS web interface for configuring printers, but has the advantage of being a native application rather than a web page. Home: http://cyberelk.net/tim/software/system-config-printer/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xcmsdb",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "70 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xcmsdb xcmsdb is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-it",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "9608 K",
+ "sizeU": "24100 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-it Italian language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "acl",
+ "pkgver": "2.2.50",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "136 K",
+ "sizeU": "390 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " acl (tools for using POSIX Access Control Lists) This package contains a set of tools and libraries for manipulating POSIX Access Control Lists. POSIX Access Control Lists (defined in POSIX 1003.1e draft standard 17) are used to define more fine-grained discretionary access rights for files and directories. Homepage: http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/acl"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-intel",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "184 K",
+ "sizeU": "850 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-intel xf86-video-intel is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libXpm",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "76 K",
+ "sizeU": "210 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libXpm libXpm is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
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+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
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+ "pkgdesc: " xfsinfo xfsinfo is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "cdrtools",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "764 K",
+ "sizeU": "3570 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " cdrtools (CD-R, ISO and related tools) Tools for mastering and writing compact discs. cdda2wav -- CD audio sampling utility. cdrecord -- burn discs in most ATAPI and SCSI CD-R drives. mkisofs -- create ISO9660/HFS/Joliet CD-ROM images. mkzftree -- compress a file tree to make a compressed CD-ROM."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xcursorgen",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xcursorgen xcursorgen is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "1930 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " wget (a non-interactive network retriever) GNU Wget is a free network utility to retrieve files from the World Wide Web using HTTP and FTP, the two most widely used Internet protocols. It works non-interactively, thus enabling work in the background after having logged off. The author of Wget is Hrvoje Niksic <hniksic@srce.hr>."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "attica",
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+ "location": "/slackware/l",
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+ "pkgdesc: " attica (Qt Collaboration library) Attica is a Qt library that implements the freedesktop.org specification for the Open Collaboration Services API version 1.4. It grants easy access to the services such as querying information about persons and contents. Homepage: http://www.kde.org"
+ },
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+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "pkgdesc: " xclock xclock is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "pkgdesc: " libFS libFS is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "70 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " ebook-tools (access and convert various ebook file formats) Tools for accessing and converting various ebook file formats. Home page: http://sourceforge.net/projects/ebook-tools/"
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "font-adobe-75dpi",
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+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "5360 K",
+ "sizeU": "6380 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-adobe-75dpi font-adobe-75dpi is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "76 K",
+ "sizeU": "220 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libxkbfile libxkbfile is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "dcron",
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+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "pkgdesc: " dcron (Dillon's Cron daemon) The cron daemon runs in the background and executes tasks on behalf of users at the appropriate time. Many timed system tasks are started with cron, such as the nightly indexing with updatedb. dcron was written entirely from scratch by Matthew Dillon."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "netkit-timed",
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+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "pkgdesc: " netkit-timed (time server daemon) This is an early BSD time server daemon. While ntpd is better for most purposes, this might be useful for secure networks or embedded systems in need of something more lightweight. The timed daemon appeared in 4.3BSD."
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+ "location": "/slackware/x",
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+ "pkgdesc: " libXext libXext is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-screen-cyrillic font-screen-cyrillic is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "400 K",
+ "sizeU": "1690 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " audacious (A relatively powerful media player) Audacious is a media player, based on Beep Media Player, which is in turn based on the X Multimedia System (XMMS). It is used to play audio and other kinds of media files. By default Audacious can play MPEG audio, Ogg Vorbis, RIFF wav, most module formats, and a few other formats. Audacious can be extended through plugins to play a number of other audio and video formats. The webpage for Audacious is: http://www.audacious-media-player.org."
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+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "160 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xmh xmh is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "76 K",
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+ "pkgdesc: " attr (tools for using extended attributes on filesystems) This package contains a set of tools for manipulating extended attributes (name:value pairs associated permanently with files and directories) on filesystem objects, and the library and header files needed to develop programs which make use of extended attributes. Extended attributes are used to provide additional functionality to a filesystem. For example, Access Control Lists (ACLs) are implemented using extended attributes. Homepage: http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/attr"
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+ "location": "/slackware/d",
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+ "sizeC": "436 K",
+ "sizeU": "2890 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " yasm (complete rewrite of the NASM assembler) Yasm is a complete rewrite of the NASM assembler under the "new" BSD License (some portions are under other licenses, see COPYING for details). Yasm currently supports the x86 and AMD64 instruction sets, accepts NASM and GAS assembler syntaxes, outputs binary, ELF32, ELF64, 32 and 64-bit Mach-O, RDOFF2, COFF, Win32, and Win64 object formats, and generates source debugging information in STABS, DWARF 2, and CodeView 8 formats. yasm home: http://www.tortall.net/projects/yasm/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libvisual-plugins",
+ "pkgver": "0.4.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "216 K",
+ "sizeU": "1000 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libvisual-plugins (plugins for the libvisual library) By itself, libvisual only provides a framework to build upon. The plugins in this package are designed to work with libvisual to allow it to actually do all sorts of interesting visualizations based on metrics gathered as players process audio information data. Plugins can be mixed (more than one run at a time), or morphed from one to another. Other special effects are possible as well. Several authors have contributed libvisual-plugins under the GPL."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "diffstat",
+ "pkgver": "1.53",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " diffstat (produces statistics from diff output) DiffStat is a simple filter that reads the output of the 'diff' program and displays a histogram of insertions, deletions, and modifications per-file. It is useful for reviewing large, complex patch files. Thomas E. Dickey is the author of DiffStat."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xset",
+ "pkgver": "1.2.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "32 K",
+ "sizeU": "90 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xset xset is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "tcp_wrappers",
+ "pkgver": "7.6",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "80 K",
+ "sizeU": "280 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " tcp_wrappers (TCP/IP daemon wrapper library and utilities) With this package you can monitor and filter incoming requests for network services for access control, and detection things like host name spoofing and host address spoofing. Nearly all the network daemons on Slackware are "wrapped" using this library, and most daemons in /etc/inetd.conf use tcp_wrappers' tcpd wrapper daemon. If you plan to do much networking, you will need tcp_wrappers. tcp_wrappers was written by Wietse Venema."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "flex",
+ "pkgver": "2.5.35",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "256 K",
+ "sizeU": "770 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " flex (fast lexical analyzer generator) flex is a tool for generating programs that perform pattern matching on text. flex is a rewrite of the AT&T Unix lex tool (the two implementations do not share any code, though), with some extensions (and incompatibilities)."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xgames",
+ "pkgver": "0.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "4",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "108 K",
+ "sizeU": "320 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xgames (small X games collection) A few small and historic games and toys for X. Includes maze, spider, xcolormap, xlander, xminesweep, xroach, xsnow."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "mercurial",
+ "pkgver": "1.8.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1404 K",
+ "sizeU": "6930 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " mercurial (a distributed source management system) Mercurial is a cross-platform, distributed source management tool for software developers. It is written in Python, with a binary diff implementation written in C. Its major features include high- performance; serverless, fully distributed collaborative development; robust handling of both plain text and binary files; advanced branching and merging capabilities; and full source code available under the terms of the LGPL. Mercurial was written by Matt Mackall and other contributors."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "cyrus-sasl",
+ "pkgver": "2.1.23",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "400 K",
+ "sizeU": "1600 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " cyrus-sasl (Simple Authentication and Security Layer) This is the Cyrus SASL library. Cyrus SASL is used by mail programs on the client or server side to provide authentication and authorization services. See RFC 2222 for more information."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "scim-hangul",
+ "pkgver": "0.3.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "44 K",
+ "sizeU": "170 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " scim-hangul (SCIM IMengine for Hangul) Scim-hangul is a SCIM IMEngine module for inputing korean scripts. Scim-hangul is for native speakers, not for foreigners. If you don't want to learn korean keyboard layout, use scim-tables. This engine supports 2 beolsik, 3 beolsik final, 3 beolsik 390, 3 beolsik, no-shift and etc. You can input chinese characters (hanja) with F9 key when you a have preedit string. scim-hangul home: http://www.scim-im.org/projects/imengines"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xpyb",
+ "pkgver": "1.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "112 K",
+ "sizeU": "1820 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xpyb xpyb is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "trn",
+ "pkgver": "3.6",
+ "arch": "i386",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "148 K",
+ "sizeU": "340 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " trn (a threaded newsreader) A threaded news reader for reading a remote NNTP server. Compiled to use Overviews or mthreads, and to read news through your NNTP server. Be sure to set NNTPSERVER in your /etc/profile or /etc/csh.login. "
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libXcursor",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.11",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "36 K",
+ "sizeU": "140 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libXcursor libXcursor is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xaos",
+ "pkgver": "3.5",
+ "arch": "i686",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "484 K",
+ "sizeU": "1900 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xaos (an interactive fractal zoomer) XaoS is a fast portable real-time interactive fractal zoomer. It displays the Mandelbrot set (and other popular fractals), and allows the user to smoothly zoom in or out of a fractal. Other features include autopilot mode, palette changing, PNG saving, and fractal inversion. Visit XaoS online: http://xaos.sf.net"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libX11",
+ "pkgver": "1.4.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2232 K",
+ "sizeU": "15750 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libX11 libX11 is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "koffice-l10n-de",
+ "pkgver": "2.3.2",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1132 K",
+ "sizeU": "2670 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " koffice-l10n-de German language support for KOffice."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "openexr",
+ "pkgver": "1.7.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2988 K",
+ "sizeU": "4280 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " openexr (HDR Image File Format & Library) OpenEXR is an image file format and library developed by Industrial Light & Magic, and later released to the public. It provides support for high dynamic range and a 16-bit floating point "half" data type which is compatible with the half data type in the Cg programming language. Homepage: http://www.openexr.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xmms",
+ "pkgver": "1.2.11",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "4",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1080 K",
+ "sizeU": "5650 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xmms (X Multimedia System) XMMS is the X Multimedia System. It is used to play audio and other kinds of media files. By default XMMS can play MPEG audio, Ogg Vorbis, RIFF wav, most module formats, and a few other formats. XMMS can be extended through plugins to play a number of other audio and video formats."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libexif",
+ "pkgver": "0.6.20",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "300 K",
+ "sizeU": "1780 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libexif (Exchangeable Image File Format library) EXIF stands for Exchangeable Image File Format, which is a format used to store extra information in images such as the JPEG files produced by digital cameras. The libexif library allows programs such as gthumb to parse, edit, and save EXIF data."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "koffice-l10n-zh_TW",
+ "pkgver": "2.3.2",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "264 K",
+ "sizeU": "1040 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " koffice-l10n-zh_TW Chinese language support for KOffice."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "koffice-l10n-et",
+ "pkgver": "2.3.2",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "640 K",
+ "sizeU": "2050 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " koffice-l10n-et Estonian language support for KOffice."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-en_GB",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2492 K",
+ "sizeU": "10990 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-en_GB English (UK) language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xditview",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "28 K",
+ "sizeU": "110 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xditview xditview is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "popt",
+ "pkgver": "1.7",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "44 K",
+ "sizeU": "180 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " popt (command line parsing library) 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. Popt can 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."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libspectre",
+ "pkgver": "0.2.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "36 K",
+ "sizeU": "140 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libspectre (ghostscript wrapper library) libspectre is a small wrapper library for ghostscript, which is used for rendering Postscript documents. The goal of libspectre is to provide a convenient, easy to use API for writing programs which handle and render Postscript documents."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "t1lib",
+ "pkgver": "5.1.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "492 K",
+ "sizeU": "1110 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " t1lib (Type 1 font rasterizer library) t1lib is a library distributed under the GNU General Public Library License for generating character and string glyphs from Adobe Type 1 fonts under UNIX. t1lib uses most of the code of the X11 rasterizer donated by IBM to the X11 project."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "gdb",
+ "pkgver": "7.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2124 K",
+ "sizeU": "5840 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gdb (the GNU symbolic debugger) GDB, the GNU Project debugger, allows you to see what is going on inside another program while it executes -- or what another program was doing at the moment it crashed. GDB can do four main kinds of things to help you catch bugs in the act: 1) Start your program, specifying anything that might affect its behavior. 2) Make your program stop on specified conditions. 3) Examine what has happened, when your program has stopped. 4) Change things in your program, so you can experiment with correcting the effects of one bug and go on to learn about another. The program being debugged can be written in Ada, C, C++, Objective-C, Pascal and many other languages."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xdriinfo",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "12 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xdriinfo xdriinfo is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libzip",
+ "pkgver": "0.9.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "92 K",
+ "sizeU": "190 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libzip (A library to read, create, and modify Zip archives) This is libzip, 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. Homepage: http://www.nih.at/libzip/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "intltool",
+ "pkgver": "0.41.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "44 K",
+ "sizeU": "190 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " intltool (Utilities for translation support) This package contains scripts and autoconf files for internationalizing data."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "bootp",
+ "pkgver": "2.4.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "48 K",
+ "sizeU": "150 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " bootp This is an enhanced version of the CMU BOOTP server which was derived from the original BOOTP server created by Bill Croft at Stanford. BOOTP allows a network administrator to setup networking information for clients via an /etc/bootptab on a server so that the clients can automatically get their networking information."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libid3tag",
+ "pkgver": "0.15.1b",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "4",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "36 K",
+ "sizeU": "120 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libid3tag (ID3 tag manipulation library) libid3tag is a library for reading and (eventually) writing ID3 tags, both ID3v1 and the various versions of ID3v2. libid3tag was written by Robert Leslie."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "taglib-extras",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "28 K",
+ "sizeU": "130 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " taglib-extras (taglib support for other formats) Taglib file type plugins which were split off from Amarok to allow others to use and help maintain them. Taglib-extras delivers support for reading and editing meta-data of audio formats not supported by taglib, including: asf, mp4v2, rmff, wav. The taglib-extras are part of kdesupport: http://www.kde.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "sessreg",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.6",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " sessreg sessreg is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-kn",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "312 K",
+ "sizeU": "1880 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-kn Kannada language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xev",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xev xev is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "bpe",
+ "pkgver": "2.01.00",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "44 K",
+ "sizeU": "110 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " bpe (Binary Patch Editor) bpe is a simple, screen-oriented editor for searching and editing ordinary files in either ASCII or hexadecimal modes. bpe was written by Andreas Pleschutznig. Bill Davidsen contributed additional features, as did Ralphe Neill (the current maintainer)."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "font-adobe-utopia-75dpi",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.4",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1200 K",
+ "sizeU": "1420 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-adobe-utopia-75dpi font-adobe-utopia-75dpi is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libXdamage",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libXdamage libXdamage is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "btrfs-progs",
+ "pkgver": "20110327",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "136 K",
+ "sizeU": "1000 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " btrfs-progs (Btrfs filesystem utilities) Btrfs is a new copy on write filesystem for Linux aimed at implementing advanced features while focusing on fault tolerance, repair and easy administration. Initially developed by Oracle, Btrfs is licensed under the GPL and open for contribution from anyone. Btrfs is under heavy development, and is not suitable for any uses other than benchmarking and review. The Btrfs disk format is not yet finalized. Btrfs homepage: http://btrfs.wiki.kernel.org"
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "liberation-fonts-ttf",
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+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "816 K",
+ "sizeU": "2120 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " liberation-fonts-ttf (Liberation TTF Fonts) Liberation is the collective name of three TrueType font families: Liberation Sans, Liberation Serif and Liberation Mono. These fonts are metric-compatible with Arial, Times New Roman, and Courier New respectively. The fonts were developed by Steve Matteson of Ascender Corp. for Red Hat, Inc."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "bind",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1772 K",
+ "sizeU": "6670 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " bind (DNS server and utilities) The named daemon and support utilities such as dig, host, and nslookup. Sample configuration files for running a simple caching nameserver are included. Documentation for advanced name server setup can be found in /usr/doc/bind-9.x.x/."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "gftp",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "564 K",
+ "sizeU": "3540 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gftp (FTP client for X) gFTP is a multithreaded FTP client for X written using GTK+. It features simultaneous downloads, resuming of interrupted file transfers, file transfer queues, downloading of entire directories, ftp proxy support, remote directory caching, passive and non-passive file transfers, drag-n-drop support, bookmarks menu, stop button, and many more features."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libnl",
+ "pkgver": "1.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "116 K",
+ "sizeU": "450 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libnl (netlink socket library) libnl is a library for applications dealing with netlink sockets. The library provides an interface for raw netlink messaging and various netlink family specific interfaces. Homepage: http://people.suug.ch/~tgr/libnl/ "
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libXmu",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "92 K",
+ "sizeU": "550 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libXmu libXmu is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "alpine",
+ "pkgver": "2.00",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1760 K",
+ "sizeU": "7760 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " alpine (Alternatively Licensed Program for Internet News and Email) Alpine is a fast, easy to use email client that is suitable for both the inexperienced email user as well as for the most demanding of power users. Alpine is based on the Pine(R) Message System, which was also developed at the University of Washington. Alpine can be learned by exploration and the use of context-sensitive help. The user experience is highly customizable through the use of the Alpine Setup command. The Alpine site may be found here: http://www.washington.edu/alpine"
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "gdisk",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "116 K",
+ "sizeU": "380 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gdisk (GPT fdisk) GPT fdisk (gdisk) is a partitioning tool for disks using a GPT (GUID Partition Table). It 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. gdisk home: http://www.rodsbooks.com/gdisk/"
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "gphoto2",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "pkgdesc: " gphoto2 (A command-line frontend to libgphoto2) libgphoto2 is a cross-platform digital camera library, and gphoto2 is a command-line client for it. Visit the gphoto project online: http://www.gphoto.org"
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "40 K",
+ "sizeU": "110 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " editres editres is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "2910 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libpng (Portable Network Graphics library) PNG (Portable Network Graphics) is an extensible file format for the lossless, portable, well-compressed storage of raster images. PNG provides a patent-free replacement for GIF and can also replace many common uses of TIFF. Indexed-color, grayscale, and truecolor images are supported, plus an optional alpha channel. Sample depths range from 1 to 16 bits."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "jre",
+ "pkgver": "6u25",
+ "arch": "i586",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "23928 K",
+ "sizeU": "107360 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " Java(TM) 2 Platform Standard Edition Runtime Environment. The J2SE(TM) Runtime Environment (JRE) is intended for software developers and vendors to redistribute with their applications. It contains the Java virtual machine, runtime class libraries, and Java application launcher that are necessary to run programs written in the Java programming language. If you need development tools, obtain the jdk from /extra, or see the web page: http://java.com/"
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "fontsproto",
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+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "48 K",
+ "sizeU": "340 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " fontsproto fontsproto is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1196 K",
+ "sizeU": "7240 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " lvm2 (Logical Volume Manager version 2) Heinz Mauelshagen's LVM (Logical Volume Manager) for Linux. LVM adds an additional layer between the physical peripherals and the low-level I/O interface to get a logical view of disks. This allows the concatenation of several disks (so-called physical volumes or PVs) to form a storage pool (so-called Volume Group or VG) with allocation units called physical extents (called PE). With LVM, you can extend, resize, or relocate storage dynamically."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-ga",
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+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2388 K",
+ "sizeU": "8270 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-ga Irish language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
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+ "pkgver": "0.99_19",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "504 K",
+ "sizeU": "2140 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " jed (programmer's editor) JED (by John E. Davis) is an extremely powerful but small emacs-like programmer's editor that is extensible in a C-like macro language and can do color syntax highlighting. Among the many features: Emacs, wordstar, EDT emulation; C, Fortran, TeX, text editing modes; Full undo; GNU Emacs compatible info reader, and lots more. JED is also 8 bit clean, so you can even edit binary files! "
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "lzo",
+ "pkgver": "2.03",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "84 K",
+ "sizeU": "360 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " lzo (LZO Compression Library) LZO is a portable lossless data compression library written in ANSI C. It offers pretty fast compression and very fast decompression. Homepage: http://www.oberhumer.com/opensource/lzo/ "
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "libsamplerate",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "976 K",
+ "sizeU": "1650 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libsamplerate (a Sample Rate Converter for audio) 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. SRC is capable of arbitrary and time varying conversions. SRC provides a small set of converters to allow quality to be traded off against computation cost. libsamplerate home: http://www.mega-nerd.com/SRC/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xscope",
+ "pkgver": "1.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "80 K",
+ "sizeU": "340 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xscope xscope is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kdewebdev",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1356 K",
+ "sizeU": "3980 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kdewebdev (web development package for the KDE Platform) The kdewebdev package contains applications which are useful for web development."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libXaw",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.9",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "340 K",
+ "sizeU": "2210 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libXaw libXaw is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "git",
+ "pkgver": "1.7.4.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2524 K",
+ "sizeU": "11260 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " git (the stupid content tracker) Git is a fast, scalable, distributed revision control system with an unusually rich command set that provides both high-level operations and full access to internals. "git" can mean anything, depending on your mood. Git was originally written by Linus Torvalds and is currently maintained by Junio C. Hamano."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "koffice-l10n-sv",
+ "pkgver": "2.3.2",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2252 K",
+ "sizeU": "3900 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " koffice-l10n-sv Swedish language support for KOffice."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xterm",
+ "pkgver": "267",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "224 K",
+ "sizeU": "540 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xterm (terminal emulator for X) The xterm program is a terminal emulator for the X Window System. It provides DEC VT102/VT220 (VTxxx) and Tektronix 4014 compatible terminals for programs that cannot use the window system directly."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-eu",
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+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1344 K",
+ "sizeU": "5920 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-eu Basque language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "x11perf",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "64 K",
+ "sizeU": "200 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " x11perf x11perf is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libidl",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "88 K",
+ "sizeU": "280 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libIDL (IDL library) libIDL is a library licensed under the GNU LGPL for creating trees of CORBA Interface Definition Language (IDL) files, which is a specification for defining portable interfaces. libIDL is used by SeaMonkey and the Mozilla Suite."
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xvinfo xvinfo is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ {
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "484 K",
+ "sizeU": "4800 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xkeyboard-config xkeyboard-config is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "netkit-rwall",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "12 K",
+ "sizeU": "30 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " netkit-rwall (send a message to all users) The rwall command sends a message to the users logged into the specified host. The message to be sent can be typed in and terminated with EOF or it can be in a file. Run the rpc.rwalld daemon with caution. It may be insecure. The rwall command appeared in SunOS."
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+ {
+ "pkgname": "libXfixes",
+ "pkgver": "5.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "70 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libXfixes libXfixes is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-sisusb",
+ "pkgver": "0.9.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "44 K",
+ "sizeU": "120 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-sisusb xf86-video-sisusb is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "ruby",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "3196 K",
+ "sizeU": "25980 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " ruby (Interpreted object-oriented scripting language) Ruby is an 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. Visit the Ruby project online at http://www.ruby-lang.org/"
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "splitvt",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "28 K",
+ "sizeU": "70 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " splitvt (run multiple shells in a single window) This program splits the screen into two windows, one above the other, and runs a shell in each one. Splitvt was written by Sam Lantinga."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "lxc",
+ "pkgver": "0.7.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "124 K",
+ "sizeU": "470 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " lxc (Linux Containers) Linux Containers (LXC) are an operating system-level virtualization method for running multiple isolated server installs (containers) on a single control host. LXC does not provide a virtual machine, but rather provides a virtual environment that has its own process and network space. It is similar to a chroot, but offers more isolation. Daniel Lezcano is the primary developer of lxc. Homepage: http://lxc.sourceforge.net/"
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "xfce4-notifyd",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "48 K",
+ "sizeU": "200 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xfce4-notifyd (Xfce Notify Daemon) Xfce4-notifyd is a simple, visually-appealing notification daemon for Xfce. Applications can use xfce4-notifyd to pop up a notification bubble by sending messages through D-Bus. Homepage: http://spuriousinterrupt.org/projects/xfce4-notifyd"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "linux-faqs",
+ "pkgver": "20060228",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/f",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "288 K",
+ "sizeU": "1100 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " linux-faqs (Linux FAQ collection from ibiblio.org) Frequently Asked Questions (and answers!) on many Linux topics. Some of the FAQs included in this package: ATAPI-FAQ, AfterStep-FAQ, BLFAQ (Brief Linux FAQ), Ftape-FAQ, GCC-SIG11-FAQ, Joe-Command-Reference, the Linux-FAQ, PPP-FAQ, SMP-FAQ, and the Threads-FAQ. These FAQs will be installed under /usr/doc/Linux-FAQs/."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "mkfontscale",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.8",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "70 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " mkfontscale mkfontscale is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "module-init-tools",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "364 K",
+ "sizeU": "1050 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " module-init-tools (kernel module utilities) Utilities to load and unload kernel modules. These are used on Linux to load extra drivers or other features into the running kernel."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-nl",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "12868 K",
+ "sizeU": "25050 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-nl Dutch language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "gtk+",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "5",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1136 K",
+ "sizeU": "4910 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gtk+ (graphical user interface toolkit, version 1.x) GTK+, which stands for the Gimp ToolKit, is a library for creating graphical user interfaces for the X Window System. This library has been largely replaced by GTK+ version 2, but there are still some good programs that require it."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "apr",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "208 K",
+ "sizeU": "940 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " apr (Apache Portable Runtime) The mission of the Apache Portable Runtime (APR) is to provide a free library of C data structures and routines, forming a system portability layer to as many operating systems as possible."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xorg-docs",
+ "pkgver": "1.6",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "256 K",
+ "sizeU": "1800 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xorg-docs xorg-docs is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "kopete-cryptography",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "116 K",
+ "sizeU": "540 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kopete-cryptography (crypto support for kopete) Cryptographic support for Kopete, the KDE Instant Messenger."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86bigfontproto",
+ "pkgver": "1.2.0",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "8 K",
+ "sizeU": "30 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86bigfontproto xf86bigfontproto is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "36 K",
+ "sizeU": "100 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " mm (Shared Memory Allocation library) OSSP mm is a 2-layer abstraction library which simplifies the usage of shared memory between forked processes. On the first layer it hides all platform dependent implementation details (allocation and locking) when dealing with shared memory segments and on the second layer it provides a high-level malloc(3)-style API to work with data inside those shared memory segments. Apache, PHP, and other projects use mm. The mm library was written by Ralf S. Engelschall."
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+ "pkgname": "aspell",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "552 K",
+ "sizeU": "2980 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " aspell (spell checker) GNU Aspell is a spell checker designed to eventually replace Ispell. It can either be used as a library or as an independent spell checker."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "electricsheep",
+ "pkgver": "20090306",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2344 K",
+ "sizeU": "8310 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " electricsheep (distributed screensaver) Electric Sheep is an xscreensaver module that displays mpeg video of an animated fractal flame. In the background it contributes render cycles to the next animation. Periodically it uploades completed frames to the server, where they are compressed for distribution to all clients. This program is recommended only if you have a high bandwidth connection to the internet such as DSL or cable modem. electricsheep home: http://electricsheep.org/"
+ },
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "96 K",
+ "sizeU": "270 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " sdparm (fetch and change SCSI attributes) sdparm is a utility for listing and potentially changing SCSI disk parameters. More generally it can be used on any device that uses a SCSI command set. Apart from SCSI disks, examples of devices that use SCSI command sets are ATAPI CD/DVD drives, SCSI and ATAPI tape drives and SCSI enclosures. sdparm was written by Douglas Gilbert."
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "5076 K",
+ "sizeU": "61570 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " mesa (a 3-D graphics library) Mesa is a 3-D graphics library with an API very similar to that of another well-known 3-D graphics library. :-) The Mesa libraries are used by X to provide both software and hardware accelerated graphics. Mesa was written by Brian Paul."
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "80 K",
+ "sizeU": "230 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-input-wacom xf86-input-wacom is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "libmtp",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "236 K",
+ "sizeU": "2610 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libmtp (A library for MTP media devices) libmtp is a library that attempts to support Microsoft's Media Transfer Protocol (MTP). It was initially based on the great libptp2 library by Mariusz Woloszyn now maintained by Marcus Meissners, and Hubert Figuere's libgphoto2 work based on libptp2 (or is libptp2 based on libgphoto?). It is like a master DJ has remixed all of these tracks and then added a new API adapted for portable media players. :-) For the latest info, check out: http://libmtp.sourceforge.net"
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "124 K",
+ "sizeU": "420 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " dialog (display dialog boxes from shell scripts) Dialog is a program to present a variety of questions or display messages using dialog boxes from a shell script. The Slackware package management script "pkgtool" uses this, as do various other menu-driven console scripts. Dialog was originally contributed to Slackware by Savio Lam, and has been contributed to by many. Dialog is currently maintained by Thomas E. Dickey."
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+ "pkgname": "xf86-input-penmount",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "12 K",
+ "sizeU": "40 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-input-penmount xf86-input-penmount is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "dvd+rw-tools",
+ "pkgver": "7.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "108 K",
+ "sizeU": "350 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " dvd+rw-tools (DVD+-RW tools) A collection of tools to master DVD+RW/+R/-R/-RW media. For further information see http://fy.chalmers.se/~appro/linux/DVD+RW/. The DVD+RW tools were written by Andy Polyakov."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "compositeproto",
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+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "70 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " compositeproto compositeproto is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "expect",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/tcl",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "296 K",
+ "sizeU": "1000 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " expect (program that talks to other interactive programs) Expect is a program that talks to other interactive programs according to a script. Following the script, Expect knows what can be expected from a program and what the correct response should be. An interpreted language provides branching and high-level control structures to direct the dialogue. Expect was written by Don Libes of the National Institute of Standards and Technology."
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "356 K",
+ "sizeU": "1540 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " alsa-lib (Advanced Linux Sound Architecture library) The Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA) provides audio and MIDI functionality to the Linux operating system. This is the ALSA library (libasound) which is used by audio applications. For more information, see http://alsa-project.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "bigreqsproto",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.1",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "70 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " bigreqsproto bigreqsproto is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "fluxbox",
+ "pkgver": "1.3.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "676 K",
+ "sizeU": "3610 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " fluxbox (Fluxbox window manager) Fluxbox is yet another windowmanager for X that is based on blackbox but with many new features."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xwd",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "70 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xwd xwd is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "polkit-gnome",
+ "pkgver": "0.101",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "100 K",
+ "sizeU": "660 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " polkit-gnome (GTK+ authentication agent for polkit) polkit-gnome provides a GTK+ based authentication agent for polkit. It can be used by any desktop environment that follows the XDG Base Directory Specification."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "vim",
+ "pkgver": "7.3.154",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "6212 K",
+ "sizeU": "27450 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " vim (Vi IMproved) Vim is an almost compatible version of the UNIX editor vi. Many new features have been added: multi level undo, command line history, filename completion, block operations, and more. Vim's development is led by Bram Moolenaar. This package also contains the Exuberant Ctags program written by Darren Hiebert."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "glib",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "156 K",
+ "sizeU": "580 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " glib (library of C routines, version 1.x) GLib is a library which includes support routines for C such as lists, trees, hashes, memory allocation, and many other things. GLib is required by nearly everything that uses GTK+ version 1.x."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "font-bitstream-75dpi",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.3",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "152 K",
+ "sizeU": "200 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-bitstream-75dpi font-bitstream-75dpi is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "indent",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "120 K",
+ "sizeU": "440 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " indent (changes the appearance of a C program) GNU indent changes the appearance of a C program by inserting or deleting whitespace according to a plethora of options. Some canned styles of formatting (like the GNU style, Kernighan & Ritchie style, and original Berkeley style) are supported as well. GNU indent is a descendant of BSD indent."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "audiofile",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "132 K",
+ "sizeU": "550 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " audiofile (audio support library) Audiofile is a library to handle various audio file formats, and is used by the esound daemon. You can also use it to develop your own audiofile applications."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libiodbc",
+ "pkgver": "3.52.7",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "244 K",
+ "sizeU": "1070 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libiodbc (Independent Open DataBase Connectivity) iODBC is the acronym for Independent Open DataBase Connectivity, an Open Source platform independent implementation of both the ODBC and X/Open specifications. It allows for developing solutions that are language, platform and database independent. Homepage: http://iodbc.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-kk",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1188 K",
+ "sizeU": "6080 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-kk Kazakh language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "lm_sensors",
+ "pkgver": "3.1.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "128 K",
+ "sizeU": "460 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " lm_sensors (hardware monitoring package) lm_sensors provides tools for monitoring the temperatures, voltages, and fans of Linux systems with hardware monitoring devices. Included are text-based tools for sensor reporting, and a library for sensors access called libsensors. It also contains tools for sensor hardware identification and I2C bus probing. IMPORTANT NOTE: If you have a Thinkpad, please read the warnings in the README.thinkpad file. lm_sensors has been known to cause damage to some Thinkpads."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "fetchmail",
+ "pkgver": "6.3.19",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "568 K",
+ "sizeU": "2730 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " fetchmail (mail retrieval and forwarding utility) fetchmail is a mail retrieval and forwarding utility. It fetches mail from a POP, IMAP, or ETRN-capable remote mailserver and forwards it to your local (client) machine's delivery system. You can then handle the retrieved mail using normal mail user agents such as elm, pine, or mutt. The fetchmail utility can be run in a daemon mode to repeatedly poll one or more systems at a specified interval. fetchmail is probably not secure."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "rt2870-firmware",
+ "pkgver": "22",
+ "arch": "fw",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "4 K",
+ "sizeU": "20 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " rt2870-firmware (RT28XX/RT30XX USB firmware) This is firmware for USB wireless devices using Ralink RT2870, RT2770, RT3572, and RT3070 wireless chipsets."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xxgdb",
+ "pkgver": "1.12",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "44 K",
+ "sizeU": "130 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xxgdb (graphical program debugger interface) Xxgdb is a graphical user interface to the gdb debugger under the X Window System. It provides visual feedback and mouse input for the user to control program execution through breakpoints, to examine and traverse the function call stack, and to display values of variables and data structures."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "patch",
+ "pkgver": "2.6.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "96 K",
+ "sizeU": "230 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " patch (apply a diff file to an original file or files) Patch is a utility used to apply diffs (or patches) to files, which are usually source code. Larry Wall wrote the original version of patch. Paul Eggert removed patch's arbitrary limits; added support for binary files, setting file times, and deleting files; and made it conform better to POSIX. Other contributors include Wayne Davison, who added unidiff support, and David MacKenzie, who added configuration and backup support."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "blackbox",
+ "pkgver": "0.70.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "4",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "300 K",
+ "sizeU": "970 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " blackbox (Blackbox window manager) Blackbox is that fast, light window manager you have been looking for without all those annoying library dependencies. Also included in this package is the bbkeys utility for controlling keyboard shortcut commands from within Blackbox. The Blackbox home page is http://blackboxwm.sourceforge.net"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "fslsfonts",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " fslsfonts fslsfonts is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libaio",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libaio (asynchronous I/O library) The Linux-native asynchronous I/O facility ("async I/O", or "aio") has a richer API and capability set than the simple POSIX async I/O facility. This library provides the Linux-native API for async I/O. The POSIX async I/O facility requires this library in order to provide kernel-accelerated async I/O capabilities, as do applications which require the Linux-native async I/O API."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-mach64",
+ "pkgver": "6.8.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "96 K",
+ "sizeU": "300 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-mach64 xf86-video-mach64 is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "metamail",
+ "pkgver": "2.7",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "5",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "120 K",
+ "sizeU": "380 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " metamail (MIME extensions for mail) Metamail is an implementation of MIME, the Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions, a proposed standard for multimedia mail on the Internet. Metamail implements MIME, and also implements extensibility and configuration via the "mailcap" mechanism described in an informational RFC that is a companion to the MIME document."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "libplist",
+ "pkgver": "1.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "100 K",
+ "sizeU": "440 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libplist (A library for Apple Binary and XML Property Lists) libplist is a library that attempts to support Apple Binary and XML Property Lists. It is used by libgpod. The libplist homepage: http://www.libimobiledevice.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "ico",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "80 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " ico ico is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "time",
+ "pkgver": "1.7",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " time (the GNU time command for measuring program resource use) The `time' command runs another program, then displays information about the resources used by that program, collected by the system while the program was running. GNU time was originally written by David Keppel, with later versions worked on by David MacKenzie, Arne Henrik Juul, and Francois Pinard."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "gcc-g++",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "4504 K",
+ "sizeU": "20290 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gcc-g++ (C++ for GCC) C++ support for the GNU Compiler Collection. This package contains those parts of the compiler collection needed to compile C++ code. The base gcc package is also required."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "gtk+2",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "6132 K",
+ "sizeU": "49360 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " GTK+ version 2 (multi-platform GUI toolkit) This is GTK+, a multi-platform toolkit for creating graphical user interfaces. Offering a complete set of widgets, GTK+ is suitable for projects ranging from small one-off projects to complete application suites."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-tr",
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+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1800 K",
+ "sizeU": "8200 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-tr Turkish language support for KDE."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "exiv2",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "816 K",
+ "sizeU": "3690 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " Exiv2 (Exif and IPTC Metadata Library and Tools) Exiv2 is a C++ library and a command line utility to read and write Exif and IPTC image metadata. Homepage: http://www.exiv2.org/"
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "libieee1284",
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+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "80 K",
+ "sizeU": "280 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libieee1284 (parallel port library) This library is intended to be used by applications that need to communicate with (or at least identify) devices that are attached via a parallel port. For example, SANE uses it to identify scanners."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "pinentry",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "116 K",
+ "sizeU": "350 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " pinentry (PIN Entry dialogs) This is a collection of simple PIN or passphrase entry dialogs which utilize the Assuan protocol as described by the aegypten project. See http://www.gnupg.org/aegypten/ for details."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "libtheora",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "172 K",
+ "sizeU": "820 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libtheora (Theora video codec library) Theora is Xiph.Org's first publicly released video codec, intended for use within the Foundation's Ogg multimedia streaming system. The Theora bitstream format was frozen after the alpha3 release. This means that files produced by the alpha3 encoder will always be playable according to the Theora I specification. Traditionally alpha means a proof of concept, not a production-ready release. However the code is very robust, ready for and indeed in general use."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "freetype",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "404 K",
+ "sizeU": "1810 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " freetype (A Free, High-Quality, and Portable Font Engine) The FreeType engine is a free and portable TrueType font rendering engine. It has been developed to provide TrueType support to a great variety of platforms and environments."
+ },
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+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "68 K",
+ "sizeU": "380 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xtrans xtrans is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "236 K",
+ "sizeU": "920 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gpgme (GnuPG Made Easy) GPGME (GnuPG Made Easy) is a C language library that allows to add support for cryptography to a program. It is designed to make access to public key crypto engines like GnuPG or GpgSM easier for applications. GPGME provides a high-level crypto API for encryption, decryption, signing, signature verification and key management. GPGME uses GnuPG and GpgSM as its backends to support OpenPGP and the Cryptographic Message Syntax (CMS)."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "readline",
+ "pkgver": "5.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "4",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "296 K",
+ "sizeU": "820 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " readline (line input library with editing features) The GNU Readline library provides a set of functions for use by applications that allow users to edit command lines as they are typed in. Both Emacs and vi editing modes are available. The Readline library includes additional functions to maintain a list of previously entered command lines, to recall and perhaps edit those lines, and perform csh-like history expansion on previous commands. "
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+ "pkgname": "koffice-l10n-es",
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+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2748 K",
+ "sizeU": "4450 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " koffice-l10n-es Spanish language support for KOffice."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "rt71w-firmware",
+ "pkgver": "1.8",
+ "arch": "fw",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "4 K",
+ "sizeU": "10 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " rt71w-firmware (Firmware for Ralink rt71w wireless chips) This is firmware for the Ralink rt71w wireless chip."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86dgaproto",
+ "pkgver": "2.1",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "8 K",
+ "sizeU": "40 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86dgaproto xf86dgaproto is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "428 K",
+ "sizeU": "2830 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libxslt (XML transformation library) XSLT support for libxml2. (XSLT is a language used for transforming XML documents)"
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "pango",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "3460 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " pango (library for layout and rendering of text) Pango is a library for layout and rendering of text, with an emphasis on internationalization. Pango can be used anywhere that text layout is needed; however, most of the work on Pango was done using the GTK+ widget toolkit as a test platform. Pango forms the core of text and font handling for GTK+-2."
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "280 K",
+ "sizeU": "1000 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " ntfsprogs (utilities for working with NTFS volumes) The ntfsprogs includes utilities for doing all required tasks to NTFS partitions. In general, just run a utility without any command line options to display the version number and usage syntax. The following utilities are implemented (so far): ntfsfix, mkntfs, ntfslabel, ntfsundelete, ntfsresize, ntfsclone, ntfscluster, ntfsinfo, ntfsls, ntfscat, ntfscp, and ntfsmount. The Linux-NTFS home page is: http://www.linux-ntfs.org/"
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "1560 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " liboil (a library of simple functions) 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-point numbers or multiplying and summing an array of N numbers. Such functions are candidates for significant optimization using various techniques, especially by using extended instructions provided by modern CPUs (Altivec, MMX, SSE, etc.)."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "hal-info",
+ "pkgver": "20091130",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "48 K",
+ "sizeU": "400 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " hal-info (device information for HAL) The hal-info package contains device information for HAL, a Hardware Abstraction Layer. For more info, see: http://www.freedesktop.org/Software/hal"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "imapd",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "420 K",
+ "sizeU": "1830 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " imapd (IMAP4rev1 from alpine) /usr/sbin/ipop3d and /usr/sbin/imapd are servers supporting the POP3 and IMAP remote mail access protocols. They allow users to download mail from your Linux system for remote viewing."
+ },
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "6",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "264 K",
+ "sizeU": "670 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " sysvinit (init, the parent of all processes) System V style init programs by Miquel van Smoorenburg that control the booting and shutdown of your system. These support a number of system runlevels, each with a specific set of utilities spawned. For example, the normal system runlevel is 3, which starts agetty on virtual consoles tty1 - tty6. Runlevel 4 starts xdm. Runlevel 0 shuts the system down."
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+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "204 K",
+ "sizeU": "790 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " koffice-l10n-pl Polish language support for KOffice."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "font-winitzki-cyrillic",
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+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "40 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-winitzki-cyrillic font-winitzki-cyrillic is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "sizeU": "7210 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " GnuPG2 (The GNU Privacy Guard version 2.x) GnuPG is GNU's tool for secure communication and data storage. It can be used to encrypt data and to create digital signatures. It includes an advanced key management facility and is compliant with the proposed OpenPGP Internet standard as described in RFC2440 and the S/MIME standard as described by several RFCs. GnuPG 2.0 is the stable version of GnuPG integrating support for OpenPGP and S/MIME. It does not conflict with an installed 1.4.x OpenPGP-only version."
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+ "pkgname": "audacious-plugins",
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1288 K",
+ "sizeU": "5010 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " audacious-plugins (Plugins used by the Audacious media player) This is a collection of plugins for Audacious to support additional media formats. The webpage for Audacious is: http://www.audacious-media-player.org."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "gtkspell",
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+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "36 K",
+ "sizeU": "240 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gtkspell (GTK2 spell checker interface library) GtkSpell provides MSWord/MacOSX-style highlighting of misspelled words in a GtkTextView widget. Right-clicking a misspelled word pops up a menu of suggested replacements."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "icon-naming-utils",
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+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "80 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " icon-naming-utils (generate icon files for your DE) It is a script for maintaining backwards compatibility with current desktop icon themes, while migrating to the names specified in the Icon Naming Specification. Homepage: http://tango.freedesktop.org"
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-is",
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+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "848 K",
+ "sizeU": "3750 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-is Icelandic language support for KDE."
+ },
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+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "56 K",
+ "sizeU": "180 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libkarma (library for accessing the Rio Karma music player) This is a library for accessing the Rio Karma, a small media player which supports the music formats ogg vorbis, flac, mp3, wave and wma. libkarma was mostly written by Frank Zschockelt."
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+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xwud xwud is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
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+ "arch": "i386",
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+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "48 K",
+ "sizeU": "120 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " seejpeg (console JPEG viewer) Seejpeg is an image viewer which uses SVGAlib. In spite of the name, it understands the JPEG, GIF, PPM, BMP and TARGA formats. One nice feature of seejpeg is that it automatically decides on the best video mode to use based on the image being displayed and the video card being used. Evan Harris is the author of seejpeg."
+ },
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+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
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+ "sizeC": "25180 K",
+ "sizeU": "36900 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " oxygen-icons (Oxygen theme for the KDE Plasma Desktop) Oxygen provides a complete and modern icon theme for KDE. Visit the Oxygen project online: http://www.oxygen-icons.org"
+ },
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+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "1560 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xv (John Bradley's interactive image viewer) xv is an interactive image manipulation program. NOTICE: This program is unregistered shareware. Please read the license information included."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "aaa_elflibs",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "7",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "14110 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " aaa_elflibs (shared libraries needed by many programs) This is a collection of shared libraries needed to run Linux programs. ELF (Executable and Linking Format) is the standard Linux binary format. These libraries are gathered from other Slackware packages and are intended to give a fairly complete initial set of libraries. This package should be not upgraded or reinstalled (it could copy over newer library versions)."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xmag",
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+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "28 K",
+ "sizeU": "80 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xmag xmag is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "168 K",
+ "sizeU": "500 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " moc (console audio player) MOC is a console audio player with a simple ncurses interface. It supports OGG, FLAC, WAV, and MP3 formats. Just run mocp, go to some directory using the menu, select a file, and press enter to play it. MOC will continue playing the rest of the files in the directory. MOC was written by Damian Pietras. Homepage: http://moc.daper.net"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "bin",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "44 K",
+ "sizeU": "180 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " bin (some command-line utilities) The bin package is a collection of miscellaneous command-line utilities. Some of these (such as 'tempfile') are used in system scripts."
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+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1432 K",
+ "sizeU": "6540 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-lv Latvian language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "70 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xfd xfd is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "940 K",
+ "sizeU": "4630 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " poppler (a library for rendering PDF documents) Poppler is a library based on the xpdf PDF viewer developed by Derek Noonburg of Glyph and Cog, LLC. Since xpdf does not provide a shared library, whenever a flaw was found potentially dozens of applications incorporating code from xpdf would have to be patched. By providing a centralized PDF library this duplicated effort will be eliminated."
+ },
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "44 K",
+ "sizeU": "250 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libXtst libXtst is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "308 K",
+ "sizeU": "1710 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " SIP (a tool for generating Python bindings) SIP is a tool that makes it very easy to create Python bindings for C and C++ libraries. It was originally developed to create PyQt, the Python bindings for the Qt toolkit, but can be used to create bindings for any C or C++ library. Homepage: http://www.riverbankcomputing.co.uk/software/sip/"
+ },
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xlsfonts xlsfonts is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
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+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "990 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " nasm (NASM assembler) NASM is the Netwide Assembler, a free portable assembler for the Intel 80x86 microprocessor series, using primarily the traditional Intel instruction mnemonics and syntax. NASM was written by Simon Tatham and Julian Hall."
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "6056 K",
+ "sizeU": "7070 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-adobe-100dpi font-adobe-100dpi is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "7808 K",
+ "sizeU": "36050 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " PyQt (Python bindings for Qt) PyQt is a set of Python bindings for Trolltech's Qt application framework and runs on all platforms supported by Qt. Homepage: http://www.riverbankcomputing.co.uk/software/PyQt/"
+ },
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+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "144 K",
+ "sizeU": "1280 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xextproto xextproto is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "756 K",
+ "sizeU": "5150 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " compiz compiz is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "732 K",
+ "sizeU": "5690 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-misc-meltho font-misc-meltho is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "40 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " fonttosfnt fonttosfnt is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
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+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "112 K",
+ "sizeU": "430 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " scim-bridge (yet another gtk-immodule for SCIM) Scim-bridge is yet another gtk-immodule for SCIM. Scim-bridge consists of two parts, that is, client and agent (server). The client is a GTK immodule which communicates with the agent over sockets. The agent communicates with SCIM, and brings back the data for each client. scim-bridge home: http://scim-im.org/"
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+ "pkgname": "imagemagick",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "4640 K",
+ "sizeU": "30810 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " imagemagick (a robust collection of image processing tools) ImageMagick is a collection of tools for manipulating and displaying digital images. It can merge images, transform image dimensions, do screen captures, create animation sequences, and convert between many different image formats. ImageMagick was written by John Cristy of ImageMagick Studio. Home page: http://www.imagemagick.org/"
+ },
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+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "712 K",
+ "sizeU": "3020 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " strigi (fast and light desktop search engine) Strigi is a fast and light desktop search engine. It can handle a large range of file formats such as emails, office documents, media files, and file archives. It can index files that are embedded in other files. This means email attachments and files in zip files are searchable as if they were normal files on your harddisk. Homepage: http://strigi.sourceforge.net/"
+ },
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+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "512 K",
+ "sizeU": "2290 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gmp (GNU multiple precision arithmetic library) GNU MP is a library for arbitrary precision arithmetic, operating on signed integers, rational numbers, and floating point numbers. It has a rich set of functions, and the functions have a regular interface."
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+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2884 K",
+ "sizeU": "13330 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kdepimlibs (Libraries for KDE-PIM) This module includes libraries that are central to the development and execution of a KDE-PIM application."
+ },
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+ "arch": "i486",
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+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "160 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " pkg-config (system for managing library compile/link flags) pkg-config is a system for managing library compile/link flags that works with automake and autoconf. It replaces the ubiquitous *-config scripts you may have seen with a single tool. See the man page that comes with pkg-config for full documentation."
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1552 K",
+ "sizeU": "5380 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " guile (GNU's extension language library) This is Guile, Project GNU's extension language library. Guile is an interpreter for Scheme, packaged as a library that you can link into your applications to give them their own scripting language. Guile will eventually support other languages as well, giving users of Guile-based applications a choice of languages."
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+ "pkgname": "iwlwifi-5150-ucode",
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+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "120 K",
+ "sizeU": "350 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " iwlwifi-5150-ucode (Intel 5150 wireless microcode) The microcode provided in this package is required for the Intel PRO/Wireless 5150AGN Network Connection Adapter driver for Linux (iwlagn) to operate. Visit Intel's Linux wireless website at this address: http://intellinuxwireless.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "dejavu-fonts-ttf",
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+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2192 K",
+ "sizeU": "10540 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " dejavu-fonts-ttf (DejaVu fonts) The DejaVu fonts are a font family based on the Bitstream Vera Fonts (http://gnome.org/fonts/). Its purpose is to provide a wider range of characters (see http://dejavu.sf.net for more information) while maintaining the original look and feel. DejaVu fonts are based on Bitstream Vera fonts version 1.10."
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+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "780 K"
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "100 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-input-keyboard xf86-input-keyboard is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1884 K",
+ "sizeU": "7920 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kdevelop (development environment for KDE) The KDevelop integrated C/C++ application development environment."
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "1040 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " dev86 (8086 development utilities) This is a complete 8086 assembler and loader which can make 32-bit code for the 386+ processors. In the past it was used to compile the 16-bit bootsector and setup binaries for the kernel, but modern (2.4.x or newer) kernels use GNU ld instead. Homepage: http://homepage.ntlworld.com/robert.debath/"
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+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "160 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " genpower (UPS monitoring daemon) The genpower daemon, genpowerd, will monitor the status of a serial line connected to a UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply). If a power failure is detected, genpowerd will notify the system to take the needed steps to react to the condition of the UPS. This may include shutting the system down, or canceling a pending shutdown if the power is restored."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-nouveau",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "200 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-nouveau xf86-video-nouveau is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "850 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-daewoo-misc font-daewoo-misc is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "arch": "noarch",
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+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "110 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-misc-cyrillic font-misc-cyrillic is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "3020 K"
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+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xsetroot xsetroot is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-ark xf86-video-ark is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1780 K",
+ "sizeU": "8100 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " groff (document formatting system) The GNU groff package provides versions of troff, nroff, eqn, tbl, and other Unix text-formatting utilities. Groff is used to 'compile' man pages stored in groff/nroff format into a form which can be printed or displayed on the screen. These man pages are stored in compressed form in the /usr/man/man? directories."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "gv",
+ "pkgver": "3.7.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "188 K",
+ "sizeU": "600 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gv (PS/PDF file viewer) gv is a PostScript and PDF previewer. It allows users to view and navigate through PostScript and PDF documents on an X display by providing a user interface for the ghostscript interpreter. gv was written by Johannes Plass, using the source code for Tim Theisen's ghostview 1.5 as a starting point."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-i128",
+ "pkgver": "1.3.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "32 K",
+ "sizeU": "100 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-i128 xf86-video-i128 is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "seamonkey-solibs",
+ "pkgver": "2.1b3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1908 K",
+ "sizeU": "5870 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " seamonkey-solibs (Shared libraries from Seamonkey) This package contains a subset of the shared libraries from Seamonkey to provide runtime support for programs that require nss, nspr, and js. These libraries are used in programs like RPM and gxine, and can be used in others. This package is built from the Seamonkey sources and is provided as a standalone runtime package for people who do not want to install the entire seamonkey package (as for server use). This package is runtime only. The include files and other files for development can be found in the seamonkey package."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kdetoys",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "400 K",
+ "sizeU": "1190 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kdetoys (Toys for the KDE Software Compilation) Some toys for the KDE Software Compilation such as amor, kteatime, ktux, kweatherreport, and kweatherservice."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "netkit-rsh",
+ "pkgver": "0.17",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "40 K",
+ "sizeU": "100 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " netket-rsh (the BSD rsh/rcp/rlogin clients and daemon) The old BSD rsh suite. Note that none of these programs provide encryption or strong authentication of network connections. As such, their use is discouraged. The "ssh" protocol and package is a cryptographically secure replacement."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libpciaccess",
+ "pkgver": "0.12.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "32 K",
+ "sizeU": "110 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libpciaccess libpciaccess is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "ca-certificates",
+ "pkgver": "20090814",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "116 K",
+ "sizeU": "360 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " ca-certificates (PEM Files of CA Certificates) This package includes PEM files of CA certificates to allow SSL-based applications to check for the authenticity of SSL connections. Homepage: http://packages.qa.debian.org/c/ca-certificates.html"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xlsclients",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xlsclients xlsclients is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "uucp",
+ "pkgver": "1.07",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "344 K",
+ "sizeU": "1210 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " uucp (Taylor UUCP) Ian Taylor's Unix to Unix copy: mail and news over modem lines. This is the standard UUCP package of the Free Software Foundation. Configured to use HoneyDanBer and/or Taylor configuration files."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "vorbis-tools",
+ "pkgver": "1.4.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "172 K",
+ "sizeU": "760 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " vorbis-tools (Ogg Vorbis Tools) The vorbis-tools package contains several basic tools for working with compressed audio files in the Ogg Vorbis (.ogg) format: oggenc (an .ogg encoder), ogg123 (a playback tool), vorbiscomment (add comments to vorbis files), ogginfo (show information about an ogg file), oggdec (a command line decoder), and vcut (a tool for splitting vorbis files). These tools require the libao, libogg, and libvorbis libraries."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "logrotate",
+ "pkgver": "3.7.8",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "36 K",
+ "sizeU": "100 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " logrotate (system log rotation tool) The logrotate utility is designed to simplify the administration of log files on a system which generates a lot of log files. Logrotate allows for the automatic rotation compression, removal and mailing of log files. Logrotate can be set to handle a log file daily, weekly, monthly or when the log file gets to a certain size. Normally, logrotate runs as a daily cron job."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libXevie",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libXevie libXevie is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "koffice-l10n-pt_BR",
+ "pkgver": "2.3.2",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "768 K",
+ "sizeU": "2280 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " koffice-l10n-pt_BR Brazil portuguese language support for KOffice."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "bzip2",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.6",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "124 K",
+ "sizeU": "490 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " bzip2 (a block-sorting file compressor) Bzip2 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. Julian Seward <jseward@acm.org> is the author of bzip2."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "iptraf-ng",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "284 K",
+ "sizeU": "760 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " iptraf-ng (console-based network monitoring program) IPTraf is a console-based network monitoring program for Linux that displays information about IP traffic such as: Current TCP connections, types of IP packets, packet and byte counts, TCP/UDP counts by ports, packet counts by packet sizes, packet and byte counts by IP address, interface activity, flag statuses on TCP packets, and other LAN station statistics. iptraf-ng was written by Gerard Paul Java."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "bluez-hcidump",
+ "pkgver": "2.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "88 K",
+ "sizeU": "280 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " bluez-hcidump (Bluetooth analyzer) The bluez-hcidump package contains a network analyzer for Bluetooth. This utility (hcidump) utility reads raw HCI data coming from and going to a Bluetooth device and prints commands, events and data. For more info, visit: http://www.bluez.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "infozip",
+ "pkgver": "6.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "384 K",
+ "sizeU": "1250 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " infozip (Info-ZIP's zip and unzip utilities) zip is a compression and file packaging utility for Unix, VMS, MSDOS, OS/2, Windows NT, Minix, Atari and Macintosh, Amiga and Acorn RISC OS. It is analogous to a combination of the UNIX commands tar(1) and compress(1) and is compatible with PKZIP (Phil Katz's ZIP). A companion program (unzip(1L)), unpacks zip archives."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-id",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "416 K",
+ "sizeU": "1930 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-id Indonesian language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "iso-codes",
+ "pkgver": "3.24.2",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1692 K",
+ "sizeU": "12490 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " iso-codes (ISO-standard lists) This package provides lists of various ISO standards (e.g. country, language, language scripts, and currency names) in one place, rather than repeated in many programs throughout the system. Homepage: http://pkg-isocodes.alioth.debian.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libXi",
+ "pkgver": "1.4.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "168 K",
+ "sizeU": "940 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libXi libXi is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xpr",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "32 K",
+ "sizeU": "80 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xpr xpr is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-openchrome",
+ "pkgver": "0.2.904",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "136 K",
+ "sizeU": "470 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-openchrome xf86-video-openchrome is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "tree",
+ "pkgver": "1.5.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "28 K",
+ "sizeU": "80 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " tree (a program to display a directory tree) Tree is a recursive directory listing program that produces a depth indented listing of files, which is colorized ala dircolors if the LS_COLORS environment variable is set and output is to tty. With no arguments, tree lists the files in the current directory. The tree utility was written by Steve Baker."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "ilmbase",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "120 K",
+ "sizeU": "920 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " ilmbase (Industrial Light & Magic base libraries) ilmbase currently includes: IlmThread - a thread abstraction library Imath - a math function library Iex - an excpetion-handling library Half - Ilm's 16 bit floating point format library Homepage: http://www.openexr.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "ccache",
+ "pkgver": "3.1.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "76 K",
+ "sizeU": "200 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " ccache (a fast compiler cache) ccache is a compiler cache. It speeds up re-compilation of C/C++ code by caching previous compiles and detecting when the same compile is being done again. ccache was written by Andrew Tridgell."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "font-bitstream-speedo",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.2",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "248 K",
+ "sizeU": "570 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-bitstream-speedo font-bitstream-speedo is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xwininfo",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "32 K",
+ "sizeU": "90 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xwininfo xwininfo is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "koffice-l10n-pt",
+ "pkgver": "2.3.2",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "552 K",
+ "sizeU": "2080 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " koffice-l10n-pt Portuguese language support for KOffice."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xchat",
+ "pkgver": "2.8.8",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1656 K",
+ "sizeU": "6530 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xchat (GTK+-based IRC client) X-Chat is a GTK+-based IRC (Internet Relay Chat) client."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "sharutils",
+ "pkgver": "4.11",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "156 K",
+ "sizeU": "660 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " sharutils (GNU shell archive packing utilities) `shar' makes so-called shell archives out of many files, preparing them for transmission by electronic mail services. `unshar' helps unpacking shell archives after reception. `uuencode' prepares a file for transmission over an electronic channel which ignores or otherwise mangles the eight bit (high order bit) of bytes. `uudecode' does the converse transformation. `remsync' allows for remote synchronization of directory trees using electronic mail. "
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-nb",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2160 K",
+ "sizeU": "9260 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-nb Norwegian (Bokmaal) language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xfce",
+ "pkgver": "4.6.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "5",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "12172 K",
+ "sizeU": "54470 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xfce (a fast and lightweight desktop environment for X) Xfce is a fast and lightweight desktop environment that is both visually appealing and easy to use. For more information, see: http://www.xfce.org Xfce was developed by Olivier Fourdan."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "sysfsutils",
+ "pkgver": "2.1.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "40 K",
+ "sizeU": "170 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " sysfsutils (Utilities for the sysfs filesystem) The purpose of this package is to provide a set of utilities for interfacing with sysfs, a virtual filesystem in Linux kernel versions 2.6+ that provides a tree of system devices. While a filesystem is a very useful interface, a library (libsysfs) is also included that will hopefully make it easier for applications to query system devices and their attributes."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "gnuplot",
+ "pkgver": "4.4.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1128 K",
+ "sizeU": "3680 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gnuplot (plotting utility) Gnuplot is a command-line driven interactive function plotting utility for UNIX, MSDOS, and VMS platforms. The software is copyrighted but freely distributed (i.e., you don't have to pay for it). It was originally intended as graphical program which would allow scientists and students to visualize mathematical functions and data. Gnuplot supports many different types of terminals, plotters, and printers (including many color devices, and pseudo-devices like LaTeX) and is easily extensible to include new devices."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "liboggz",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "180 K",
+ "sizeU": "1330 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " liboggz (Ogg inspect/edit/validate tools and library) Oggz comprises liboggz and the tool oggz, which provides commands to inspect, edit and validate Ogg files. The oggz-chop tool can also be used to serve time ranges of Ogg media over HTTP by any web server that supports CGI. liboggz is a C library for reading and writing Ogg files and streams. It offers various improvements over the reference libogg, including support for seeking, validation and timestamp interpretation."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-hr",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "828 K",
+ "sizeU": "3930 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-hr Croatian language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kernel-huge-smp",
+ "pkgver": "2.6.37.6_smp",
+ "arch": "i686",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "6016 K",
+ "sizeU": "7830 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kernel-huge-smp (a fully-loaded SMP Linux kernel) This is a Linux kernel with built-in support for most disk controllers. If you're looking for a more stripped down kernel (this one contains everything but the kitchen sink ;-), then install the kernel-generic-smp in the /boot directory along with an initrd to load support for your boot device and filesystem. For instructions on the initrd, see README.initrd in the /boot directory. SMP is "Symmetric multiprocessing", or multiple CPU/core support."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "QScintilla",
+ "pkgver": "2.4.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1140 K",
+ "sizeU": "8670 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " QScintilla (Qt port of the Scintilla C++ editor control) 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."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "smartmontools",
+ "pkgver": "5.40",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "288 K",
+ "sizeU": "950 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " smartmontools (hard drive monitoring utilities) SMARTMONTOOLS contains utilities that control and monitor storage devices using the Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology (S.M.A.R.T.) system build into ATA and SCSI Hard Drives. This is used to check the reliability of the hard drive and to predict drive failures. SMARTMONTOOLS Version 5.x is designed to comply to the ATA/ATAPI-5 specification (Revision 1). Future releases of SMARTMONTOOLS (Versions 6.x and 7.x) will comply with the ATA/ATAPI-6 and ATA/ATAPI-7 specifications."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "rt61-firmware",
+ "pkgver": "1.2",
+ "arch": "fw",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "8 K",
+ "sizeU": "40 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " rt61-firmware (Firmware for Ralink rt61 wireless chips) This is firmware for the Ralink rt61 wireless chip."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "mcelog",
+ "pkgver": "1.0pre3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "184 K",
+ "sizeU": "350 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " mcelog (Machine Check Event logger) mcelog is the user space backend for logging machine check errors reported by the hardware to the kernel. The kernel does the immediate actions (like killing processes etc.) and mcelog decodes the logs the errors. It primarily handles machine checks and thermal events, which are reported for errors detected by the CPU. It is recommended that mcelog runs on all x86 machines, both 64-bit and 32bit. mcelog home: ftp://ftp.kernel.org:/pub/linux/utils/cpu/mce"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "fontcacheproto",
+ "pkgver": "0.1.3",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "8 K",
+ "sizeU": "30 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " fontcacheproto fontcacheproto is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "tibmachuni-font-ttf",
+ "pkgver": "1.901b",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "852 K",
+ "sizeU": "4450 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " tibmachuni-font-ttf (Tibetan Machine Unicode font) The Tibetan & Himalayan Digital Library's Unicode character based "Tibetan Machine Uni" OpenType font for writing Tibetan, Dzongkha and Ladakhi in dbu can script with full support for the Sanskrit combinations found in chos-skad texts. tibmachuni-font-ttf home: http://thdl.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-hi",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "876 K",
+ "sizeU": "5020 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-hi Hindi language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "gdk-pixbuf2",
+ "pkgver": "2.23.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "572 K",
+ "sizeU": "3540 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gdk-pixbuf2 (image library used by GTK+ v2) The gdk-pixbuf library provides a number of features: - GdkPixbuf structure for representing images. - Image loading facilities, both synchronous and progressive. - Rendering of a GdkPixbuf into various formats: drawables (windows, pixmaps), GdkRGB buffers. - Fast scaling and compositing of pixbufs. - Simple animation loading (ie. animated gifs)."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "gutenprint",
+ "pkgver": "5.2.6",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2008 K",
+ "sizeU": "17940 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gutenprint (IJS printer driver for Ghostscript and CUPS) Gutenprint (formerly named Gimp-Print) is a suite of printer drivers that may be used with most common print spooling systems, including CUPS, LPRng, or others. These drivers provide high quality printing in many cases equal to or better than proprietary vendor-supplied drivers. Gutenprint also includes an enhanced print plug-in for the GIMP image editor."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xdg-utils",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.0_rc1",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "60 K",
+ "sizeU": "260 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xdg-utils (command line tools that assist applications) Xdg-utils is a set of command line tools that assist applications with a variety of desktop integration tasks. About half of the tools focus on tasks commonly required during the installation of a desktop application and the other half focuses on integration with the desktop environment while the application is running. Homepage: http://portland.freedesktop.org/wiki/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "mtx",
+ "pkgver": "1.3.12",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "64 K",
+ "sizeU": "220 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " mtx (Controls tape autochangers) The MTX program controls the robotic mechanism in autoloaders and tape libraries such as the HP SureStore DAT 40x6, Exabyte EZ-17, and Exabyte 220. This program is also reported to work with a variety of other tape libraries and autochangers from Tandberg/Overland, Breece Hill, HP, Seagate, Dell and Quantum."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "devs",
+ "pkgver": "2.3.1",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "25",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "68 K",
+ "sizeU": "5020 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " devs (system device files) This package creates special files in the /dev directory that represent your system's hardware, and a tool (/dev/MAKEDEV) for creating new device files. These files are required to access hardware on a Linux system."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "dmxproto",
+ "pkgver": "2.3.1",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "12 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " dmxproto dmxproto is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "cups",
+ "pkgver": "1.4.6",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2004 K",
+ "sizeU": "12050 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " CUPS (Common UNIX Printing System) The Common UNIX Printing System provides a portable printing layer for UNIX(R)-like operating systems. It has been developed by Easy Software Products to promote a standard printing solution for all UNIX vendors and users. CUPS uses the Internet Printing Protocol ("IPP") as the basis for managing print jobs and queues. The CUPS package includes System V and Berkeley command-line interfaces, a PostScript RIP package for supporting non-PostScript printer drivers, and tools for creating additional printer drivers and other CUPS services."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libcgroup",
+ "pkgver": "0.37.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "96 K",
+ "sizeU": "320 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libcgroup (library and utilities for kernel control groups) Control Groups provide a mechanism for aggregating/partitioning sets of tasks, and all their future children, into hierarchical groups with specialized behaviour. It makes use of a filesystem interface. This package contains a library for developing applications that use control groups, as well as some basic userspace tools for controlling and monitoring control groups. Homepage: http://libcg.sourceforge.net/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xcompmgr",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xcompmgr xcompmgr is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-geode",
+ "pkgver": "2.11.10",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "120 K",
+ "sizeU": "310 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-geode (AMD Geode GX and LX video driver) xf86-video-geode is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "font-bh-type1",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.3",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "528 K",
+ "sizeU": "1330 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-bh-type1 font-bh-type1 is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "bsd-finger",
+ "pkgver": "0.17",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " bsd-finger (user information lookup program) The finger displays information about the system users. 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. As fingerd leaks semi-private information about your machine's usernames and other data, fingerd should be used with caution. Allow machines on a need-to-know basis."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libXxf86vm",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "100 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libXxf86vm libXxf86vm is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "pixman",
+ "pkgver": "0.20.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "144 K",
+ "sizeU": "450 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " pixman pixman contains low-level pixel manipulation routines and is used by both xorg and cairo. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-input-mouse",
+ "pkgver": "1.7.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "48 K",
+ "sizeU": "150 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-input-mouse xf86-input-mouse is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "ppp",
+ "pkgver": "2.4.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "344 K",
+ "sizeU": "1130 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " ppp (Point-to-Point Protocol) The Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) provides a method for transmitting data over serial links. It's commonly used for connecting to the Internet using a modem. This package includes the PPP daemon (pppd), which negotiates with the peer to establish the link and sets up the ppp network interface, and pppsetup, an easy-to-use utility for setting up your PPP daemon."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-nn",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1696 K",
+ "sizeU": "7710 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-nn Norwegian (Nynorsk) language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "gcc-gfortran",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "3624 K",
+ "sizeU": "11840 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gcc-gfortran (Fortran support for GCC) This package contains those parts of the compiler collection needed to compile Fortran code. The base gcc package is also required. The GNU Fortran compiler is able to compile nearly all standard-compliant Fortran 95, Fortran 90, and Fortran 77 programs, including a number of standard and non-standard extensions, and can be used on real-world programs. In particular, the supported extensions include OpenMP, Cray-style pointers, and several Fortran 2003 features such as enumeration, stream I/O, and some of the enhancements to allocatable array support from TR 15581."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "listres",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " listres listres is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "ipw2100-fw",
+ "pkgver": "1.3",
+ "arch": "fw",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "124 K",
+ "sizeU": "630 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " ipw2100-fw (Intel ipw2100 wireless firmware) This firmware is used by the ipw2100 kernel module for the Intel PRO/Wireless 2100 Network Connection mini PCI adapter. Your use of this firmware is governed by this Intel license: /usr/doc/ipw2100-fw-1.3/LICENSE Visit Intel's Linux wireless website at this address: http://intellinuxwireless.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "ksh93",
+ "pkgver": "2010_06_21",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "724 K",
+ "sizeU": "2200 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " ksh (AT&T Korn Shell 93) The KornShell language and interactive shell were designed by David G. Korn at AT&T Bell Laboratories. Besides offering a powerful interactive shell, it also offers a robust programming language with such features as associative arrays and built in integer math operations. ksh is an excellent choice for system administration scripts and for everyday interactive use. The official site for the Korn Shell is http://www.kornshell.com/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "sed",
+ "pkgver": "4.2.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "140 K",
+ "sizeU": "560 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " sed (stream editor) This is the GNU version of sed, a stream editor. A stream editor is used to perform basic text transformations on an input stream (a file or input from a pipeline). It is sed's ability to filter text in a pipeline which distinguishes it from other types of editors. sed is a required package (it is needed by many system scripts)."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-r128",
+ "pkgver": "6.8.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "56 K",
+ "sizeU": "160 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-r128 xf86-video-r128 is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-neomagic",
+ "pkgver": "1.2.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "40 K",
+ "sizeU": "110 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-neomagic xf86-video-neomagic is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-fr",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "19576 K",
+ "sizeU": "33570 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-fr French language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "workbone",
+ "pkgver": "2.40",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "4",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "12 K",
+ "sizeU": "30 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " workbone (text-based CD player) WorkBone is a simple interactive tool for for playing audio CDs from the Linux console."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "font-arabic-misc",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.3",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-arabic-misc font-arabic-misc is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "iw",
+ "pkgver": "0.9.20",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "32 K",
+ "sizeU": "90 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " iw (tool for configuring Linux wireless devices) This package contains the `iw' tool which allows you to configure and show information about wireless networking. The tool is currently used for drivers based on the mac80211 stack, but work is under way to make it useful for other wireless drivers as well. Homepage: http://wireless.kernel.org/en/users/Documentation/iw "
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "tin",
+ "pkgver": "1.8.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "500 K",
+ "sizeU": "1790 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " tin (the Tin newsreader) Tin is a full-screen, easy-to-use Netnews reader. It can read news locally (i.e. /var/spool/news) or remotely (rtin or tin -r option) via a NNTP (Network News Transport Protocol) server. It will automatically utilize NOV (news overview) style index files if available locally or via the nntp xover command. Tin was written by Iain Lea <iain@ecrc.de> and is currently maintained by Urs Janssen <urs@tin.org>."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "ntp",
+ "pkgver": "4.2.6p3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1440 K",
+ "sizeU": "3900 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " ntp (Network Time Protocol daemon) The Network Time Protocol (NTP) is used to synchronize the time of a computer client or server to another server or reference time source, such as a radio or satellite receiver or modem. It provides client accuracies typically within a millisecond on LANs and up to a few tens of milliseconds on WANs relative to a primary server synchronized to Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) via a Global Positioning Service (GPS) receiver, for example. "
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "bdftopcf",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " bdftopcf bdftopcf is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "font-adobe-utopia-100dpi",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.4",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1440 K",
+ "sizeU": "1660 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-adobe-utopia-100dpi font-adobe-utopia-100dpi is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libXres",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "70 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libXres libXres is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "tango-icon-theme-extras",
+ "pkgver": "0.1.0",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "64 K",
+ "sizeU": "1760 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " tango-icon-theme-extras (Extras for the Tango icon theme) This is an extension to the Tango Icon Theme. Currently it includes Tango icons for iPod Digital Audio Player (DAP) devices and the Dell Pocket DJ DAP. Visit the Tango project at: http://tango-project.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "gimp",
+ "pkgver": "2.6.11",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "9472 K",
+ "sizeU": "55780 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gimp (The GNU Image Manipulation Program) The GIMP is a powerful tool for the preparation and manipulation of digital images. The GIMP provides the user with a wide variety of image manipulation, painting, processing, and rendering tools. The GIMP's open design and extensible architecture make for a very powerful end product for photo and image retouching, web graphics design, or digital illustration."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libXfontcache",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libXfontcache libXfontcache is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-fi",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1488 K",
+ "sizeU": "6250 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-fi Finnish language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "usb_modeswitch",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.6",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "56 K",
+ "sizeU": "310 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " usb_modeswitch (mode switching tool for multiple mode USB devices) USB-ModeSwitch is (surprise!) a small mode switching tool for controlling "flip flop" (multiple device) USB gear. These devices initially appear to be USB storage, typically containing the MS Windows drivers for whatever the real purpose of the device is, such as a wireless USB modem. To use these devices with Linux, they need to be told to switch out of storage mode, which is the purpose of the USB-ModeSwitch utility. Homepage: http://www.draisberghof.de/usb_modeswitch"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kernel-modules-smp",
+ "pkgver": "2.6.37.6_smp",
+ "arch": "i686",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "19956 K",
+ "sizeU": "76560 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kernel-modules (SMP Linux kernel modules) A kernel module is a piece of object code that can be dynamically loaded into the Linux kernel to provide new kernel functions. Most of these modules provide support for devices such as CD-ROM drives, tape drives, and ethernet cards. You can choose which modules to load by editing /etc/rc.d/rc.modules."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libgcrypt",
+ "pkgver": "1.4.6",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "392 K",
+ "sizeU": "1500 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libgcrypt (General purpose crypto library) Libgcrypt is a general purpose crypto library based on the code used in GnuPG. "
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xvidtune",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "28 K",
+ "sizeU": "80 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xvidtune xvidtune is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libfontenc",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "80 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libfontenc libfontenc is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "bridge-utils",
+ "pkgver": "1.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "28 K",
+ "sizeU": "100 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " bridge-utils (network Ethernet bridging utilities) This package contains utilities for configuring Linux Ethernet bridges. 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 through a bridge to the other Ethernet devices directly. bridge-utils was written by Stephen Hemminger and Lennert Buytenhek."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "gucharmap",
+ "pkgver": "2.33.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2080 K",
+ "sizeU": "7220 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gucharmap (character map utility) gucharmap is a Unicode character map and font viewer."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xrandr",
+ "pkgver": "1.3.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "44 K",
+ "sizeU": "130 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xrandr xrandr is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "phonon-mplayer",
+ "pkgver": "20101213",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "88 K",
+ "sizeU": "340 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " phonon-mplayer (mplayer backend for phonon) This package provides an additional mplayer backend for the phonon multimedia framework used in KDE. Home: http://code.google.com/p/phonon-vlc-mplayer/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "mozilla-firefox",
+ "pkgver": "4.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "11216 K",
+ "sizeU": "33070 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " mozilla-firefox (Mozilla Firefox Web browser) This project is a redesign of the Mozilla browser component written using the XUL user interface language. Firefox empowers you to browse faster, more safely and more efficiently than with any other browser. Visit the Mozilla Firefox project online: http://www.mozilla.org/projects/firefox/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libdbusmenu-qt",
+ "pkgver": "0.6.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "76 K",
+ "sizeU": "230 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libdbusmenu-qt (Qt implementation of the DBusMenu spec) This library provides a Qt implementation of the DBusMenu protocol. The DBusMenu protocol makes it possible for applications to export and import their menus over DBus. Homepage: http://people.canonical.com/~agateau/dbusmenu/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "util-linux",
+ "pkgver": "2.19",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1424 K",
+ "sizeU": "6510 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " util-linux (a huge collection of essential utilities) The util-linux package is a huge collection of random utilities that are essential to run a Linux system. http://kernel.org/~kzak/util-linux/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "glew",
+ "pkgver": "1.5.7",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "268 K",
+ "sizeU": "2120 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " glew (the OpenGL Extension Wrangler Library) The OpenGL Extension Wrangler Library (GLEW) is a cross-platform open-source C/C++ extension loading library. GLEW provides efficient run-time mechanisms for determining which OpenGL extensions are supported on the target platform. Homepage: http://glew.sourceforge.net/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "ntfs-3g",
+ "pkgver": "2011.1.15",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "284 K",
+ "sizeU": "890 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " ntfs-3g (NTFS read-write filesystem driver) The NTFS-3G driver is an open source, freely available NTFS driver for Linux with read and write support. It provides safe and fast handling of the Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000 and Windows Vista file systems. Most POSIX file system operations are supported, with the exception of full file ownership and access rights support. Homepage for the ntfs-3g project: http://www.ntfs-3g.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kdepim-runtime",
+ "pkgver": "4.4.10",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1112 K",
+ "sizeU": "4800 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kdepim-runtime (KDE Personal Information Management runtime) The KDE-PIM project aims to bring together those who wish to help design, implement, test, etc. anything that's to do with personal information management. This rather broad scope encompasses mail clients, addressbooks, usenet news, scheduling, and even sticky notes."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kdesdk",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "6416 K",
+ "sizeU": "21910 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kdesdk (KDE SDK) KDE Software Development Kit. This is a collection of applications and tools used to develop on the KDE Platform. It also contains example code for use in learning KDE programming or starting a new KDE application."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libgphoto2",
+ "pkgver": "2.4.10.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "984 K",
+ "sizeU": "5990 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libgphoto2 (Digital Camera Library) libgphoto2 is a library that can be used by applications to access various digital cameras. Homepage: http://www.gphoto.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libnotify",
+ "pkgver": "0.5.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "44 K",
+ "sizeU": "240 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libnotify (notification library) A general library for event notification Homepage: http://www.galago-project.org/news/index.php"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "diffutils",
+ "pkgver": "3.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "272 K",
+ "sizeU": "1130 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " diffutils (finds differences between files) The GNU diff utilities finds differences between files. A major use for this package is to make source code patches."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "esound",
+ "pkgver": "0.2.41",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "100 K",
+ "sizeU": "320 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " esound (Enlightened Sound Daemon) 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're listening to music on a CD and you receive a sound-related event from ICQ, the two applications won't have to jockey for the use of your sound card. Install esound if you'd like to let sound applications share your audio device."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xbacklight",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "40 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xbacklight xbacklight is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "php",
+ "pkgver": "5.3.6",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "6",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "5336 K",
+ "sizeU": "30380 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " php (HTML-embedded scripting language) PHP is an HTML-embedded scripting language. It shares syntax characteristics with C, Java, and Perl. The primary objective behind this language is to make a fast and easy-to-use scripting language for dynamic web sites. More information can be found online at http://www.php.net/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "gamin",
+ "pkgver": "0.1.10",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "104 K",
+ "sizeU": "450 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gamin (A minimalist FAM replacement) Gamin is a file and directory monitoring system defined to be a subset of the FAM (File Alteration Monitor) system. The homepage for Gamin is: http://www.gnome.org/~veillard/gamin/ "
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "expat",
+ "pkgver": "2.0.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "148 K",
+ "sizeU": "560 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " expat (C library for parsing XML) This is Expat, a C library for parsing XML, written by James Clark. Expat is a stream-oriented XML parser used by Python, GNOME, Xft2, and other things."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "ncompress",
+ "pkgver": "4.2.4.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " ncompress (the classic *nix compression utility) Compress reduces the size of the named files using adaptive Lempel-Ziv coding. Whenever possible, each file is replaced by one with the extension .Z, while keeping the same ownership modes, access and modification times. If no files are specified, the standard input is compressed to the standard output. Compressed files can be restored to their original form using uncompress or zcat."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "beforelight",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " beforelight beforelight is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "aaa_terminfo",
+ "pkgver": "5.8",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "44 K",
+ "sizeU": "720 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " aaa_terminfo (a basic collection of terminfo entries) This is a starter set of files from the terminfo database, which should be enough in most cases. The complete set (from which this is derived) can be found in the ncurses package. The terminfo database describes the characteristics of terminals, so don't try to log in without this package. :-)"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "gzip",
+ "pkgver": "1.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "124 K",
+ "sizeU": "280 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gzip (file compression utility) Gzip reduces the size of the named files using Lempel-Ziv coding (LZ77). Whenever possible, each file is replaced by one with the extension .gz, while keeping the same ownership modes, access and modification times."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "procmail",
+ "pkgver": "3.22",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "128 K",
+ "sizeU": "300 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " procmail (mail processing and local delivery program) 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 prioritizing 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. Procmail is required by sendmail to deliver the local mail. The author of procmail is Stephen R. van den Berg."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "pygtk",
+ "pkgver": "2.22.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1560 K",
+ "sizeU": "15670 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " pygtk (GTK+ bindings for Python) 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. PyGTK's web page: http://www.pygtk.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "openssl-solibs",
+ "pkgver": "0.9.8r",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "684 K",
+ "sizeU": "2170 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " openssl-solibs (OpenSSL shared libraries) These shared libraries provide encryption routines required by programs such as openssh. They are also used by KDE's Konqueror web browser to provide secure web connections. This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit (http://www.openssl.org). This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com). This product includes software written by Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com)."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "iptables",
+ "pkgver": "1.4.10",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "272 K",
+ "sizeU": "1150 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " iptables (IP packet filter administration) iptables is a packet filter administration tool. Iptables can be used to build internet firewalls based on stateless and stateful packet filtering, use NAT and masquerading for sharing internet access if you don't have enough public IP addresses, use NAT to implement transparent proxies, aid the tc and iproute2 systems used to build sophisticated QoS and policy routers, do further packet manipulation (mangling) like altering the TOS/DSCP/ECN bits of the IP header, and much more. See: http://www.netfilter.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "vbetool",
+ "pkgver": "1.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " vbetool (video bios execution tool) vbetool is a small application that executes code from the BIOS of your video card. This is mostly useful for reinitialising the hardware, for instance after ACPI suspend/resuming. Homepage: http://www.codon.org.uk/~mjg59/vbetool/ "
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-ru",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "6920 K",
+ "sizeU": "19750 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-ru Russian language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-v4l",
+ "pkgver": "0.2.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "4",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "12 K",
+ "sizeU": "30 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-v4l xf86-video-v4l is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "pygobject",
+ "pkgver": "2.26.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "376 K",
+ "sizeU": "3300 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " pygobject (GObject bindings for Python) This archive contains bindings for the GObject, to be used in Python. It is a fairly complete set of bindings, it's already rather useful, and is usable to write moderately complex programs. pygobject's home page: http://www.pygtk.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "font-micro-misc",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.3",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "12 K",
+ "sizeU": "40 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-micro-misc font-micro-misc is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "ed",
+ "pkgver": "1.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "64 K",
+ "sizeU": "130 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " ed (text editor) GNU ed is an 8-bit clean, more or less POSIX-compliant implementation of the standard Unix line editor. These days, full-screen editors have rendered 'ed' mostly of historical interest. Nonetheless, it appeals to a handful of aging programmers who still believe that "Small is Beautiful"."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "clisp",
+ "pkgver": "2.49",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2476 K",
+ "sizeU": "15910 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " clisp (a Common Lisp implementation) Common Lisp is a high-level, general-purpose programming language. GNU CLISP is a Common Lisp implementation by Bruno Haible of Karlsruhe University and Michael Stoll of Munich University, both in Germany. It mostly supports the Lisp described in the ANSI Common Lisp standard. The user interface comes in German, English, French, Spanish, Dutch and Russian. GNU CLISP includes an interpreter, a compiler, a debugger, a large subset of CLOS, a foreign language interface and a socket interface. An X11 interface is available through CLX and Garnet."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "font-misc-misc",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.2",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "3444 K",
+ "sizeU": "4450 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-misc-misc font-misc-misc is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "konq-plugins",
+ "pkgver": "4.4.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1352 K",
+ "sizeU": "6910 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " konq-plugins (Plugins to extend Konqueror) This module contains plugins that interact with Konqueror. Some of the plugins included are babelfish, dirfilter, domtreeviewer, htmlvalidator, cssvalidator, khtmlsettingsplugin, kimgalleryplugin, uachanger, kuick, smbmounter, autorefresh, sidebar, sidebar/mediaplayer, fsview, akregator, mediarealfolder, and minitools."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "pidgin",
+ "pkgver": "2.7.11",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "7264 K",
+ "sizeU": "36400 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " pidgin (GTK+ instant messaging program) Pidgin allows you to talk to anyone using a variety of messaging protocols, including AIM (Oscar and TOC), ICQ, IRC, Yahoo!, MSN Messenger, Jabber, Gadu-Gadu, Napster, and Zephyr. These protocols are implemented using a modular, easy to use design. To use a protocol, just load the plugin for it. For more info, see: http://www.pidgin.im"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kernel-modules",
+ "pkgver": "2.6.37.6",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "19640 K",
+ "sizeU": "75290 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kernel-modules (single CPU Linux kernel modules) A kernel module is a piece of object code that can be dynamically loaded into the Linux kernel to provide new kernel functions. Most of these modules provide support for devices such as CD-ROM drives, tape drives, and ethernet cards. You can choose which modules to load by editing /etc/rc.d/rc.modules."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xsm",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "44 K",
+ "sizeU": "130 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xsm xsm is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "netatalk",
+ "pkgver": "2.0.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "448 K",
+ "sizeU": "2260 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " netatalk (Appletalk file and print server) Netatalk is an Appletalk file and print server for Linux. Using Netatalk, Macintosh computers on your local network can mount Linux volumes as if they were standard Appletalk network drives, and can print to the Linux box's printer as if it were a network printer supporting PostScript. Netatalk was originally written by the Research Systems Unix Group at The University of Michigan, and is maintained by the Netatalk Team."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "slacktrack",
+ "pkgver": "2.08",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "100 K",
+ "sizeU": "230 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " slacktrack (Slackware package building utilities) slacktrack tracks the installation of a 'make install' (or similar) and produces a Slackware compliant .tgz package from the results. It can be used to build packages from Slackware's '.build' scripts or your own. slacktrack tracks installations directly on the host's filesystem."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libwpd",
+ "pkgver": "0.8.14",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "200 K",
+ "sizeU": "780 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libwpd (WordPerfect document format library) This package contains a library (libwpd) and tools to transform WordPerfect documents into other formats such as HTML, text, and raw. libwpd is used by word processors such as KWord."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xrefresh",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xrefresh xrefresh is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "rxvt",
+ "pkgver": "2.7.10",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "4",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "160 K",
+ "sizeU": "540 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " rxvt (terminal emulator) rxvt is a color vt102 terminal emulator intended as an xterm replacement for users who do not require features such as Tektronix 4014 emulation and toolkit-style configurability. As a result, rxvt uses much less memory -- a significant advantage on a machine serving many X sessions. Also included is rclock, an analog clock for X."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-bg",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1032 K",
+ "sizeU": "5460 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-bg Bulgarian language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "nn",
+ "pkgver": "6.7.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "288 K",
+ "sizeU": "720 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " nn (the NN newsreader) nn is an easy to use menu driven newsreader by Kim F. Storm. nn stands for "No News is good news", and the nn newsreader is designed to let you minimize the amount of time you spend reading news (or, more realistically, to let you to read even more newsgroups :-). This version of nn reads news from a news server via NNTP, and can make use of your NNTP server's NOV database."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libICE",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.7",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "96 K",
+ "sizeU": "630 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libICE libICE is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "obexfs",
+ "pkgver": "0.12",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "70 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " obexfs (mount filesystem of ObexFTP capable devices) ObexFS uses FUSE to mount filesystems of ObexFTP capable devices either manually or in autofs style mode. It can handle all devices that the obexftp package can handle, connected via serial cable, IrDA, bluetooth, or USB. http://dev.zuckschwerdt.org/openobex/wiki/ObexDownloads"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libusb",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.8",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "68 K",
+ "sizeU": "260 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libusb (USB library) This is libusb, a library which allows userspace application access to USB devices. It is used to connect to USB devices like scanners. http://libusb.org/wiki/Libusb1.0 This package also contains libusb-compat for the "old" libusb users. http://libusb.org/wiki/LibusbCompat0.1"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "lsscsi",
+ "pkgver": "0.24",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "32 K",
+ "sizeU": "90 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " lsscsi (list SCSI devices or hosts, and their attributes) Uses information in sysfs to list 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. lsscsi was written by Doug Gilbert."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "seyon",
+ "pkgver": "2.20c",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "108 K",
+ "sizeU": "340 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " seyon (telecommunications package) Seyon is a complete full-featured telecommunications package for the X Window System. Some of its features are: Dialing directory that supports an unlimited number of entries. Terminal emulation window supporting DEC VT02, Tektronix 4014, and ANSI. Script language to automate tedious tasks such as logging into remote hosts. Unlimited number of slots for external file transfer protocols. Support for zmodem auto-download. Seyon is intended to be both simple and extensively configurable."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "neon",
+ "pkgver": "0.29.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "196 K",
+ "sizeU": "860 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " neon (HTTP and WebDAV client library) neon is an HTTP and WebDAV client library, with a C language API. Bindings for other languages may also be available, see the web site for more details: http://www.webdav.org/neon/ The neon library is used by projects such as subversion."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kdebase-runtime",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "5972 K",
+ "sizeU": "16320 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kdebase-runtime (KDE runtime core) This package contains core components of the KDE base runtime module."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "slocate",
+ "pkgver": "3.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "28 K",
+ "sizeU": "90 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " slocate (Secure Locate) Slocate is an enhanced version of locate, a command to help you locate files on the system. Like the original version of locate, Slocate maintains a database of files on the system, updating it nightly. Unlike the original, Slocate indexes every file on the machine rather than only the ones that can be seen by everyone. The "secure" part of slocate is that it will only return matches if the user is allowed to see the files."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "ash",
+ "pkgver": "0.4.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "76 K",
+ "sizeU": "160 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " ash (Kenneth Almquist's ash shell) A lightweight (92K) Bourne compatible shell. Great for machines with low memory, but does not provide all the extras of shells like bash, tcsh, and zsh. Runs most shell scripts compatible with the Bourne shell. Note that under Linux, most scripts seem to use at least some bash-specific syntax. The Slackware setup scripts are a notable exception, since ash is the shell used on the install disks. NetBSD uses ash as its /bin/sh."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "pyrex",
+ "pkgver": "0.9.9",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "248 K",
+ "sizeU": "1390 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " pyrex (A Python extension modules language) Pyrex is a language for writing Python extension modules. Pyrex lets you write code that mixes Python and C data types any way you want, and then compiles it into a C extension for Python. The home page for Pyrex is: http://www.cosc.canterbury.ac.nz/~greg/python/Pyrex/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "makedepend",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " makedepend makedepend is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-mga",
+ "pkgver": "1.4.13",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "92 K",
+ "sizeU": "240 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-mga xf86-video-mga is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "jove",
+ "pkgver": "4.16.0.73",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "148 K",
+ "sizeU": "500 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " jove (Jonathan's Own Version of Emacs) A mostly Emacs compatible text editor, with man pages and the 'teachjove' tutorial program. If you'd rather have the real thing, the actual Emacs editor/environment is available in series 'E'. JOVE was written by Jonathan Payne."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "dhcpcd",
+ "pkgver": "5.2.11",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "60 K",
+ "sizeU": "140 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " dhcpcd (DHCP client daemon) The DHCP client program dhcpcd is used to connect to a network by contacting a DHCP server. dhcpcd gets an IP address and other information from a corresponding DHCP server, configures the network interface automatically, and tries to renew the lease time according to RFC2131 or RFC1541 depending on the command line option."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "mc",
+ "pkgver": "4.7.5.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1408 K",
+ "sizeU": "5480 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " mc (Midnight Commander file manager) The Midnight Commander is a Norton Commander clone, a program that manipulates and manages files and directories. Useful, fast, and has color displays on the Linux console. Mouse support is provided through the gpm mouse server. This is a lightweight compilation of mc for use on the text console or in an xterm. mc was written by Miguel de Icaza and Mauricio Plaza."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "iwlwifi-6xxx-ucode",
+ "pkgver": "41.28.5.1",
+ "arch": "fw",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "316 K",
+ "sizeU": "1380 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " iwlwifi-6xxx-ucode (Intel 6xxx wireless microcode) The microcode provided in this package is required for the Intel Wireless WiFi Link AGN driver for Linux (iwlagn) to operate. Visit Intel's Linux wireless website at this address: http://intellinuxwireless.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "ddrescue",
+ "pkgver": "1.14",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "64 K",
+ "sizeU": "140 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " ddrescue (automatic data recovery tool) GNU ddrescue is a data recovery tool. It copies data from one file or block device (hard disc, cdrom, etc) to another, trying hard to rescue data in case of read errors. Every time you run it on the same output file, it tries to fill in the gaps. ddrescue home: http://www.gnu.org/software/ddrescue/ddrescue.html"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libmpc",
+ "pkgver": "0.8.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "84 K",
+ "sizeU": "280 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libmpc (Multiple Precision Complex Library) mpc is a complex floating-point library with exact rounding. It is based on the GNU MPFR floating-point library (http://www.mpfr.org/), which is itself based on the GNU MP library (http://gmplib.org/). Homepage: http://www.multiprecision.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kernel-source",
+ "pkgver": "2.6.37.6_smp",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/k",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "62680 K",
+ "sizeU": "425650 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kernel-source (Linux kernel source) Source code for Linus Torvalds' Linux kernel. This is the complete source code for the Linux kernel. One upstream patch has been added: [PATCH] x86, hibernate: Initialize mmu_cr4_features during boot 4da9484bdece39ab0b098fa711e095e3e9fc8684 This fixes resume from hibernate."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "portmap",
+ "pkgver": "6.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "28 K",
+ "sizeU": "80 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " portmap (a daemon to manage RPC connections) The portmapper (/sbin/rpc.portmap) is a network daemon used to manage connections to RPC services. Daemons that offer RPC services (such as the daemons for NFS) tell the portmapper on what port they listen. Unlike the services registered with the inetd, RPC network port numbers may change each time the system is booted. The portmapper is required to use NFS or other RPC services."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-ar",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2116 K",
+ "sizeU": "6340 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-ar Arabic language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xfsprogs",
+ "pkgver": "3.1.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "672 K",
+ "sizeU": "3510 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xfsprogs (tools to use the XFS filesystem) XFS is a high performance journaling filesystem which originated on the SGI IRIX platform. It is completely multi-threaded, can support large files and large filesystems, extended attributes, variable block sizes, is extent based, and makes extensive use of Btrees (directories, extents, free space) to aid both performance and scalability."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "sysvinit-functions",
+ "pkgver": "8.53",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "28 K",
+ "sizeU": "100 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " sysvinit-functions (/etc/init.d/functions) This is the /etc/init.d/functions file, the typical sysvinit-style directories, and a few supporting binaries. Using this system, subdirectories of /etc/rc.d/ are searched for scripts (which are usually symlinks to the script in /etc/init.d/ or /etc/rc.d/init.d/). The links must start with S to start a script or K to stop (kill) it. For the most part, these are useful for running software developed for other versions of Linux."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "qtscriptgenerator",
+ "pkgver": "0.1.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "3524 K",
+ "sizeU": "18960 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " qtscriptgenerator (Qt API Bindings for QtScript) Qt Script Generator is a tool that generates Qt bindings for Qt Script. With the generated bindings you get access to substantial portions of the Qt API from within Qt Script. Homepage: http://code.google.com/p/qtscriptgenerator/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "mtr",
+ "pkgver": "0.80",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "48 K",
+ "sizeU": "140 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " mtr (a network diagnostic tool) mtr combines the functionality of the 'traceroute' and 'ping' programs in a single network diagnostic tool. Matt Kimball wrote most of mtr, and mtr is currently maintained by Roger Wolff. mtr has a home page: http://www.bitwizard.nl/mtr/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "desktop-file-utils",
+ "pkgver": "0.16",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "44 K",
+ "sizeU": "190 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " desktop-file-utils (Utilities for manipulating desktop files) Some utilities from freedesktop.org for handling .desktop files: desktop-file-validate: validates a desktop file and prints warnings/errors about spec violations. desktop-file-install: installs a desktop file to the applications directory, optionally munging it a bit in transit. desktop-menu-tool: loads .vfolder-info and .menu files and does operations on them."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "radeontool",
+ "pkgver": "1.6.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "48 K",
+ "sizeU": "150 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " radeontool (small utility for ati radeon-based laptops) Radeontool is a small utility to control ATI Radeon-based laptops' backlight and external output functions Homepage: http://fdd.com/software/radeon/ "
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xorg-server",
+ "pkgver": "1.9.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1684 K",
+ "sizeU": "8170 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xorg-server (The Xorg server, the core of the X Window System) Xorg is a full featured X server that was originally designed for UNIX and UNIX-like operating systems running on Intel x86 hardware. It now runs on a wider range of hardware and OS platforms. This work was derived by the X.Org Foundation from the XFree86 Project's XFree86 4.4rc2 release. The XFree86 release was originally derived from X386 1.2 by Thomas Roell which was contributed to X11R5 by Snitily Graphics Consulting Service. The home page for the X project is: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xlockmore",
+ "pkgver": "5.32",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "932 K",
+ "sizeU": "3250 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xlockmore (screen locker for X) Patrick J. Naughton's xlock screensaver/locker for X, with many more modes added by David A. Bagley. The 'Bob' bitmap has been included especially for Slackware, as well as a Linux penguin logo. (NOTE: the image of J. R. "Bob" Dobbs is a registered trademark of The Subgenius Foundation, used by permission)"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libsndfile",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.24",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "240 K",
+ "sizeU": "860 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libsndfile (C library for reading and writing wav files) Libsndfile is a C library for reading and writing files containing sampled sound (such as MS Windows WAV and Apple/SGI AIFF format). Homepage: http://www.mega-nerd.com/libsndfile/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "nc",
+ "pkgver": "1.10",
+ "arch": "i386",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "56 K",
+ "sizeU": "160 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " nc (Netcat network utility) Netcat, or "nc" as the actual program is named, is a simple 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. Netcat was written by *Hobbit* <hobbit@avian.org>, and is a product of Avian Research."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libdrm",
+ "pkgver": "2.4.23",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "96 K",
+ "sizeU": "410 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libdrm (A library to support Direct Rendering) This library implements an interface to the kernel's DRM services. It is used to support hardware accelerated 3-D rendering."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "sazanami-fonts-ttf",
+ "pkgver": "20040629",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "6432 K",
+ "sizeU": "17880 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " sazanami-fonts-ttf (Japanese TrueType Unicode fonts) The Sazanami fonts contain Hiragana, Katakana, and Kanji/Han Ideographs. Homepage of efont: http://sourceforge.jp/projects/efont/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "wqy-zenhei-font-ttf",
+ "pkgver": "0.8.38_1",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "5632 K",
+ "sizeU": "13030 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " wqy-zenhei-font-ttf (Wen Quan Yi Zen Hei CJK Font) The WenQuanYi Zen Hei font is a Chinese (or CJK) outline font with Hei Ti style (a sans-serif style) Hanzi glyphs. This font is developed for general purpose use of Chinese for formating, printing and on-screen display. This font is also targeted at platform independence and the utility for document exchange between various operating systems. wqy-zenhei-font-ttf home: http://wqy.sourceforge.net/en/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "dbus-glib",
+ "pkgver": "0.88",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "120 K",
+ "sizeU": "690 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " dbus-glib (Glib bindings for dbus) This package includes the glib bindings for the dbus IPC library."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "cryptsetup",
+ "pkgver": "1.2.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "120 K",
+ "sizeU": "450 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " cryptsetup (utility for setting up encrypted filesystems) LUKS is a standard for cross-platform hard disk encryption. It provides secure management of multiple userpasswords and stores setup information in the partition header. LUKS for dm-crypt is now implemented in cryptsetup replacing the original cryptsetup. It provides all the functionally of the original version plus all LUKS features. cryptsetup home: http://code.google.com/p/cryptsetup/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kernel-firmware",
+ "pkgver": "2.6.37.6",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1008 K",
+ "sizeU": "2430 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kernel-firmware (Firmware installed by the kernel) These are the firmware files from the Linux kernel. You'll need these to use certain hardware with Linux."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libjpeg",
+ "pkgver": "v8a",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "224 K",
+ "sizeU": "670 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libjpeg (Independent JPEG Group's JPEG software) Software to implement JPEG image compression and decompression. JPEG (pronounced 'jay-peg') is a standardized compression method for full-color and gray-scale images. JPEG is intended for compressing 'real-world' scenes; cartoons and other non-realistic images are not its strong suit. JPEG is lossy, however, on typical images of real-world scenes, very good compression levels can be obtained with no visible change, and amazingly high compression levels are possible if you can tolerate a low-quality image."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xcursor-themes",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.3",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "320 K",
+ "sizeU": "3700 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xcursor-themes xcursor-themes is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xcalc",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.4.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "28 K",
+ "sizeU": "100 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xcalc xcalc is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "oclock",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " oclock oclock is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "font-xfree86-type1",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.4",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "36 K",
+ "sizeU": "90 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-xfree86-type1 font-xfree86-type1 is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xman",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "44 K",
+ "sizeU": "130 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xman xman is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "x11-skel",
+ "pkgver": "7.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "12 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " x11-skel (Miscellaneous things required for X) These are some symlinks needed by X11 after moving some files and directories to conform with the Linux FHS. For example, the fonts are now in the /usr/share/fonts directory, and this package makes a symlink to there from /usr/lib/X11/fonts (the default location). An /etc/xdg directory (the default for XDG_CONFIG_DIRS in the XDG Base Directory Specification) is also contained in this package, as well as sample xorg.conf files and other scripts."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "skanlite",
+ "pkgver": "0.7",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1104 K",
+ "sizeU": "1530 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " skanlite (a scanning program) Skanlite is a light-weight scanning application based on libksane."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "syslinux",
+ "pkgver": "3.84",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "436 K",
+ "sizeU": "1490 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " syslinux (SYSLINUX/PXELINUX/ISOLINUX boot loaders) SYSLINUX is a boot loader for the Linux operating system which operates off an MS-DOS/Windows FAT filesystem. This is used by the Slackware makebootdisk script to create system boot floppies. Also included are PXELINUX and ISOLINUX, boot loaders for booting from a network server or CD-ROM. SYSLINUX, PXELINUX, and ISOLINUX were written by H. Peter Anvin."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-cs",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2364 K",
+ "sizeU": "8290 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-cs Czech language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "pmake",
+ "pkgver": "1.111",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "4",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "112 K",
+ "sizeU": "310 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " pmake (BSD parallel make) This is PMake -- a parallel Make program originally written for the Sprite operating system, ported from BSD Unix. This may be useful if you're going to port software with Makefiles designed for BSD. PMake was written by Adam de Boor."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "ytalk",
+ "pkgver": "3.3.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "44 K",
+ "sizeU": "110 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " ytalk (multi-user chat program) YTalk is a multi-user chat program. It works almost exactly like the UNIX talk program and even communicates with the same talk daemon, but YTalk allows for multiple connections."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "qimageblitz",
+ "pkgver": "0.0.6",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "72 K",
+ "sizeU": "230 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " QImageBlitz (Graphical effect and filter library for KDE4) Blitz is a graphical effect and filter library for KDE4.0 that contains many improvements over KDE 3.x's kdefx library including bugfixes, memory and speed improvements, and MMX/SSE support."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "lftp",
+ "pkgver": "4.2.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "592 K",
+ "sizeU": "2510 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " lftp (command line file transfer program) lftp is a program that allows sophisticated ftp and http connections to other hosts. lftp can handle many file access methods including ftp, ftps, http, https, hftp, fish and file. Every operation in lftp is reliable, that is any non-fatal error is ignored and the operation is retried. lftp has shell-like command syntax. lftp has a built in mirror feature which can download or upload a whole directory tree. To learn about many more features of lftp, see 'man lftp'."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "strace",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.20",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "96 K",
+ "sizeU": "270 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " strace (trace system calls and signals) Strace allows you to trace the execution of a command. It runs the specified command until it exits, intercepting signals and system calls and dumping the information to the standard error. System administrators, diagnosticians and trouble-shooters will find it invaluable for solving problems with programs for which the source is not readily available since they do not need to be recompiled in order to trace them. "
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-siliconmotion",
+ "pkgver": "1.7.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "68 K",
+ "sizeU": "180 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-siliconmotion xf86-video-siliconmotion is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "pan",
+ "pkgver": "0.134",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "768 K",
+ "sizeU": "3170 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " pan (USENET newsreader) This is PAN, a powerful and user-friendly USENET newsreader based on GTK+2. Pan is the only Unix newsreader to score 100% on the Good Net-Keeping Seal of Approval newsreader evaluations."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "madplay",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "64 K",
+ "sizeU": "190 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " madplay (MPEG audio decoder and player) madplay is a command-line MPEG audio decoder and player based on the MAD library (libmad). For details about MAD, see the libmad package distributed separately. madplay was written by Robert Leslie."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "koffice-l10n-nl",
+ "pkgver": "2.3.2",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1648 K",
+ "sizeU": "3260 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " koffice-l10n-nl Dutch language support for KOffice."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libgsf",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "212 K",
+ "sizeU": "1670 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libgsf (structured file I/O library) libgsf aims to provide an efficient extensible I/O abstraction for dealing with different structured file formats. libgsf is used by libwv2, which is used by various word processors to import .doc format files."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "netpbm",
+ "pkgver": "10.49.02",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1488 K",
+ "sizeU": "5520 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " netpbm (graphics conversion utilities) The netpbm package contains a library and tools for converting between many different graphics formats."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kdebindings",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "7900 K",
+ "sizeU": "50850 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kdebindings (KDE language bindings) KDE and most KDE applications are implemented using the C++ programming language, but that doesn't mean you don't have a choice. This package contains a number of bindings to other languages, including scripting languages and other systems' programming languages, allowing them to be used to create applications for the KDE Platform."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libhangul",
+ "pkgver": "0.0.12",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1828 K",
+ "sizeU": "6480 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libhangul (Hangul keyboard input library) This library implements Hangul keyboard input with various types of Korean keyboards. It is intended to be a base library of Korean input methods on multiple platforms. libhangul home: http://kldp.net/projects/hangul/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-input-aiptek",
+ "pkgver": "1.3.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "70 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-input-aiptek xf86-input-aiptek is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "amarok",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "12724 K",
+ "sizeU": "40090 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " amarok (music player) Amarok is a music player for Linux and Unix with an intuitive interface. Amarok makes playing the music you love easier than ever before -- and looks good doing it. Amarok's home page is: http://amarok.kde.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "netkit-rwho",
+ "pkgver": "0.17",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " netkit-rwho (who is logged in on local machines) The rwho command produces output similar to who, but for all machines on the local network. If no report has been received from a machine for 11 minutes then rwho assumes the machine is down, and does not report users last known to be logged into that machine. If a users hasn't typed to the system for a minute or more, then rwho reports this idle time. If a user hasn't typed to the system for an hour or more, then the user will be omitted from the output of rwho unless the -a flag is given."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "polkit",
+ "pkgver": "0.101",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "352 K",
+ "sizeU": "1680 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " polkit (authentication framework) PolicyKit is an application-level toolkit for defining and handling the policy that allows unprivileged processes to speak to privileged processes. PolicyKit is specifically targeting applications in rich desktop environments on multi-user UNIX-like operating systems. Home: http://www.freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/PolicyKit"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-dummy",
+ "pkgver": "0.3.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "40 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-dummy xf86-video-dummy is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xdg-user-dirs",
+ "pkgver": "0.13",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "32 K",
+ "sizeU": "280 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xdg-user-dirs (manage XDG user directories) xdg-user-dirs is a tool used by various XDG compliant desktop environments to locate user well-known user directories such as the Desktop folder. It also handles localization/translation of the filenames. Homepage: http://freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/xdg-user-dirs"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "nano",
+ "pkgver": "2.3.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "372 K",
+ "sizeU": "1740 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " nano (Nano's ANOther editor, an enhanced free Pico clone) nano is a small, free, and friendly editor from the GNU project. It aims to copy Pico's look and feel while providing additional (or disabled by default) features that are missing from Pico, such as "search and replace" or "go to line and column number". Chris Allegretta is Nano's author."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "cairo",
+ "pkgver": "1.10.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "516 K",
+ "sizeU": "2830 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " cairo (graphics library used by GTK+) Cairo is a vector graphics library designed to provide high-quality display and print output. Cairo is designed to produce identical output on all output media while taking advantage of display hardware acceleration when available (eg. through the X Render Extension or OpenGL)."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "koffice-l10n-zh_CN",
+ "pkgver": "2.3.2",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "204 K",
+ "sizeU": "790 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " koffice-l10n-zh_CN Simplified Chinese language support for KOffice."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xdpyinfo",
+ "pkgver": "1.2.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "28 K",
+ "sizeU": "80 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xdpyinfo xdpyinfo is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "oprofile",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "5",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "720 K",
+ "sizeU": "4810 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " oprofile (system profiling tool) OProfile is a profiling system for Linux. Profiling runs transparently in the background and profile data can be collected at any time. OProfile makes use of the hardware performance counters provided on Intel, AMD, and other processors, and uses a timer-interrupt based mechanism on CPUs without counters. OProfile can profile the whole system in high detail."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "glib2",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "2684 K",
+ "sizeU": "26440 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " glib2 (library of C routines) GLib is a library which includes support routines for C such as lists, trees, hashes, memory allocation, and many other things."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "procps",
+ "pkgver": "3.2.8",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "224 K",
+ "sizeU": "600 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " procps (utilities for displaying process information) The procps package provides the classic set of utilities used to display information about the processes currently running on the machine."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kdeutils",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "3860 K",
+ "sizeU": "9920 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kdeutils (KDE Utilities) This package includes utilities for the KDE Software Compilation such as ark, kcalc, kcharselect, kdessh, kdf, kfloppy, kgpg, ktimer, kwalletmanager, kwikdisk, okteta, superkaramba, and sweeper."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "gawk",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "752 K",
+ "sizeU": "2200 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gawk (pattern scanning and processing language) 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 found in the System V Release 4 version of UNIX awk. Gawk also provides more recent Bell Labs awk extensions, and some GNU-specific extensions."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "dhcp",
+ "pkgver": "4.2.1_P1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "960 K",
+ "sizeU": "5700 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " dhcp (DHCP server and client utilities) This package provides the ISC's DHCP utilities, including both a server and client. The DHCP protocol allows a host to contact a central server which maintains a list of IP addresses which may be assigned on one or more subnets. A DHCP client may request an address from this pool, and then use it temporarily for communication on the network. The DHCP protocol also provides a mechanism whereby a client can learn important details about the network to which it is attached, such as the location of a default router or name server."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xload",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xload xload is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "MPlayer",
+ "pkgver": "20101218",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "8388 K",
+ "sizeU": "24370 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " MPlayer (media player) MPlayer is a movie player. It plays most MPEG/VOB, AVI, Ogg/OGM, VIVO, ASF/WMA/WMV, QT/MOV/MP4, RealMedia, Matroska, NUT, NuppelVideo, FLI, YUV4MPEG, FILM, RoQ, PVA files, supported by many native, XAnim, and Win32 DLL codecs. You can watch VideoCD, SVCD, DVD, 3ivx, DivX 3/4/5, WMV and even H.264 movies. Homepage for MPlayer is http://www.mplayerhq.hu/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "boost",
+ "pkgver": "1.45.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "5240 K",
+ "sizeU": "62550 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " boost (Boost C++ Libraries) Boost provides free peer-reviewed portable C++ source libraries. The emphasis is on libraries that work well with the C++ Standard Library. One goal is to establish "existing practice" and provide reference implementations so that the Boost libraries are suitable for eventual standardization. Homepage: http://www.boost.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "koffice-l10n-tr",
+ "pkgver": "2.3.2",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "180 K",
+ "sizeU": "700 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " koffice-l10n-tr Turkish language support for KOffice."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "rpm2tgz",
+ "pkgver": "1.2.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "8 K",
+ "sizeU": "20 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " rpm2tgz (a tool for converting an RPM archive into a tar+gz one) Converts RPM format to Slackware's GNU tar + GNU zip format. (view converted packages with "less", install and remove with "installpkg", "removepkg", "pkgtool", or manually with "tar"). Converted packages come with no warranty. ;-)"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "font-adobe-utopia-type1",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.4",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "180 K",
+ "sizeU": "420 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-adobe-utopia-type1 font-adobe-utopia-type1 is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "damageproto",
+ "pkgver": "1.2.1",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " damageproto damageproto is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "hunspell",
+ "pkgver": "1.2.9",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "232 K",
+ "sizeU": "760 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " hunspell (spell checker and morphological analyzer library) Hunspell is a spell checker and morphological analyzer library and program designed for languages with rich morphology and complex word compounding or character encoding. Hunspell interfaces: Ispell-like terminal interface using Curses library, Ispell pipe interface, OpenOffice.org UNO module. Home page: http://hunspell.sourceforge.net/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "koffice-l10n-hu",
+ "pkgver": "2.3.2",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "200 K",
+ "sizeU": "790 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " koffice-l10n-hu Hungarian language support for KOffice."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xgc",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "36 K",
+ "sizeU": "110 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xgc xgc is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "fvwm",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "872 K",
+ "sizeU": "3260 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " fvwm (a small and fast virtual window manager for X) Fvwm is the classic highly-configurable virtual window manager for X11. It is a derivative of twm, redesigned to minimize memory consumption, provide a 3-D look to window frames, and provide a simple virtual desktop."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "bash",
+ "pkgver": "4.1.010",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "888 K",
+ "sizeU": "3600 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " bash (sh-compatible shell) The GNU Bourne-Again SHell. Bash is a sh-compatible command 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 ultimately intended to be a conformant implementation of the IEEE Posix Shell and Tools specification (IEEE Working Group 1003.2). Bash must be present for the system to boot properly."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "obexftp",
+ "pkgver": "0.23",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "5",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "96 K",
+ "sizeU": "340 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " obexftp (Access devices via ObexFTP, such as mobile phones) This package contains some command line tools and the ObexFTP library. Using OpenOBEX it enables you to transfer data via IrDA, Bluetooth, as well as some custom (Siemens, Ericsson) serial port protocols. ObexFTP was written by Christian W. Zuckschwerdt. The project site is: http://triq.net/obexftp.html"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-pa",
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+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "852 K",
+ "sizeU": "4720 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-pa Punjabi language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "font-util",
+ "pkgver": "1.2.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "36 K",
+ "sizeU": "270 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-util font-util is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xinput",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "32 K",
+ "sizeU": "100 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xinput xinput is a utility to configure and test XInput devices. It wasn't originally designed to be the primary tool for doing this but it's still pretty much the only program out there for doing it. :-) xinput is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "wv2",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "268 K",
+ "sizeU": "1300 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " wv2 (MS Word document import library) wv2 is a portable MS Word .doc import filter that is used by KWord. Currently, it supports MS Word 6, MS Word 95, MS Word 97, MS Word 2000, and MS Word 2002 (XP) documents. Older versions like Word 2, 3, 4, and 5 aren't supported yet, but might be in the future. wv2's authors are Shaheed Haque, Werner Trobin, and David Faure."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "foomatic-filters",
+ "pkgver": "4.0.6",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "76 K",
+ "sizeU": "220 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " foomatic-filters (Universal print filter/RIP wrapper) foomatic-rip is a universal print filter, which is used by CUPS with the gutenprint and hplip printer drivers. It translates PostScript (and also other file formats) to the printer's native language, usually using Ghostscript (gs) as the external renderer. The way this translation is done is described in a PPD file. For more information on foomatic, see: http://linuxprinting.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-rendition",
+ "pkgver": "4.2.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "44 K",
+ "sizeU": "140 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-rendition xf86-video-rendition is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "resourceproto",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.1",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "12 K",
+ "sizeU": "40 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " resourceproto resourceproto is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "gnuchess",
+ "pkgver": "5.08",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/xap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "940 K",
+ "sizeU": "3330 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gnuchess (GPL licensed chess engines and graphical frontends) This is a package of programs for playing chess. It includes the gnuchess and Sjeng chess engines, and the eboard and XBoard graphical interfaces to these engines."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kde-l10n-sk",
+ "pkgver": "4.5.5",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/kdei",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1204 K",
+ "sizeU": "5440 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kde-l10n-sk Slovak language support for KDE."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xz",
+ "pkgver": "5.0.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "292 K",
+ "sizeU": "910 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xz (compression utility based on the LZMA algorithm) LZMA is a general purporse compression algorithm designed by Igor Pavlov as part of 7-Zip. It provides high compression ratio while keeping the decompression speed fast. XZ Utils are an attempt to make LZMA compression easy to use on free (as in freedom) operating systems. The people most responsible for xz are Igor Pavlov, Ville Koskinen, and Lasse Collin. For more info: http://tukaani.org/xz/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "cpufrequtils",
+ "pkgver": "008",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "36 K",
+ "sizeU": "150 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " cpufrequtils (Kernel CPUfreq utilities) The cpufrequtils package makes access to the Linux kernel CPUfreq subsystem easier for users and cpufreq userspace tools. It contains a library used by other programs (libcpufreq), and command line tools to determine current CPUfreq settings and to modify them. Dominik Brodowski is the cpufrequtils maintainer. The cpufrequtils page is hosted on kernel.org: http://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/utils/kernel/cpufreq/cpufreq.html"
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+ {
+ "pkgname": "gst-plugins-base",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1056 K",
+ "sizeU": "8630 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gst-plugins-base (base set of GStreamer plugins) 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."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "getmail",
+ "pkgver": "4.20.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "148 K",
+ "sizeU": "870 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " getmail (POP3 mail retriever) getmail is a POP3 mail retriever, with support for both ordinary and domain (or multidrop) POP3 mailboxes. It is written in Python, and licensed under the GNU General Public License version 2. getmail was written by Charles Cazabon."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "netpipes",
+ "pkgver": "4.2",
+ "arch": "i386",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "72 K",
+ "sizeU": "210 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " netpipes Robert Forsman's netpipes package makes TCP/IP streams usable in shell scripts. It can also simplify client/server code by allowing the programmer to skip all the tedious programming bits related to sockets and concentrate on writing a filter/service. Here's an example of what you can do with 'faucet' and 'hose', two netpipes commands: server$ faucet 3000 -out tar cf - . client$ hose server 3000 -in tar xvf -"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "hicolor-icon-theme",
+ "pkgver": "0.12",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "12 K",
+ "sizeU": "230 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " hicolor-icon-theme (default icon theme) This is the default fallback theme used by implementations of the icon theme specification. The specification is available at: http://www.freedesktop.org/standards/icon-theme-spec/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "k3b",
+ "pkgver": "2.0.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "8508 K",
+ "sizeU": "30220 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " k3b (The CD Creator) K3b makes writing cds under Linux easy. It has an easy to use interface and supports CD burning (including on-the-fly), copying, erasing, ripping, and more. K3b was written by Sebastian Trueg, Thomas Froescher, Christian Kvasny, and Klaus-Dieter Krannich. For more information, visit: http://www.k3b.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libmad",
+ "pkgver": "0.15.1b",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "76 K",
+ "sizeU": "180 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libmad (high-quality MPEG audio library) MAD (libmad) is a high-quality MPEG audio decoder. It currently supports MPEG-1 and the MPEG-2 extension to Lower Sampling Frequencies, as well as the so-called MPEG 2.5 format. All three audio layers (Layer I, Layer II, and Layer III a.k.a. MP3) are fully implemented. Because MAD provides full 24-bit PCM output, applications using MAD are able to produce high quality audio. MAD is distributed under the terms of the GPL. MAD (libmad) was written by Robert Leslie."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "pm-utils",
+ "pkgver": "1.4.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "72 K",
+ "sizeU": "300 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " pm-utils (Power Management Utilities) The pm-utils package provides simple shell command line tools to suspend and hibernate computers that can be used to run vendor or distribution supplied scripts on suspend and resume. Homepage: http://pm-utils.freedesktop.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "joe",
+ "pkgver": "3.7",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "300 K",
+ "sizeU": "1190 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " joe (Joe text editor) Joseph H. Allen's easy to use text editor, similar to WordStar[tm]."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xfs",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "68 K",
+ "sizeU": "170 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xfs xfs is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "phonon",
+ "pkgver": "4.4.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "320 K",
+ "sizeU": "1440 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " phonon (multimedia framework for KDE4) Phonon is the multimedia framework for KDE4. This package contains the xine and gstreamer backends and support files for KDE. The Phonon library itself is included with Qt."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "scim-tables",
+ "pkgver": "0.5.9",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "3912 K",
+ "sizeU": "13210 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " scim-tables (tables IMEngine for scim) This is scim-tables IMEngine, which provides many CJK input methods. scim-tables home: http://scim-im.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "netkit-ntalk",
+ "pkgver": "0.17",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "70 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " netkit-ntalk (talk client and talkd daemon) talk and talkd are the BSD communication client server system for the command line. "talk" is the client that asks another user to respond; and "in.talkd" is the server that notifies a user that someone else wants to initiate a conversation. The talk command appeared in 4.2BSD."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "lilo",
+ "pkgver": "22.8",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "16",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "264 K",
+ "sizeU": "920 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " lilo (Linux Loader) Generic Boot Loader for Linux ('LInux LOader') by Werner Almesberger. LILO boots Linux from your hard drive. It can also boot other operating systems such as MS-DOS and OS/2, and can even boot DOS from the second hard drive. LILO comes with utilities and documentation that make it easier to install, such as 'liloconfig' and 'QuickStart'. NOTE: Installing boot loaders is inherently dangerous. Be sure to have some means to boot your system from a different media if you install LILO on your hard disk."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libktorrent",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.5_3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/kde",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "536 K",
+ "sizeU": "2440 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libktorrent (Protocol library for the KDE BitTorrent program) Libktorrent is the BitTorrent protocol library for ktorrent, which contains all the torrent downloading code. Although it is closely to ktorrent, the goal is to make libktorrent an independent library which can be used by other applications. Homepage: http://ktorrent.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libcaca",
+ "pkgver": "0.99.beta16",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "432 K",
+ "sizeU": "2690 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libcaca (Colour AsCii Art library) The libcaca library is a graphics library that outputs text instead of pixels, so that it can work on older video cards or text terminals. It is not unlike the famous AAlib library. Sam Hocevar is the main author of libcaca."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "font-isas-misc",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.3",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "792 K",
+ "sizeU": "960 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-isas-misc font-isas-misc is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "emacs",
+ "pkgver": "23.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/e",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "33200 K",
+ "sizeU": "92660 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " emacs (GNU Emacs) Emacs is the extensible, customizable, self-documenting real-time display editor. If this seems to be a bit of a mouthful, an easier explanation is that Emacs is a text editor and more. At its core is an interpreter for Emacs Lisp, a dialect of the Lisp programming language with extensions to support text editing. This version supports X. http://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xmore",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "50 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xmore xmore is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "sendmail-cf",
+ "pkgver": "8.14.4",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "120 K",
+ "sizeU": "1110 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " sendmail-cf (configuration files for sendmail) These files are used to create sendmail.cf configuration files. The m4 macro processor is also required in order to make use of these files. The files and documentation in /usr/share/sendmail should make it possible to support virtually any mail configuration. NOTE: You probably won't need this package if you're planning to use one of the sendmail.cf samples included in the sendmail package."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "parted",
+ "pkgver": "2.3",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "456 K",
+ "sizeU": "2230 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " parted (GNU disk partitioning tool) GNU Parted is a program for creating, destroying, resizing, checking and copying partitions, and the filesystems on them. This is useful for creating space for new operating systems, reorganizing disk usage, copying data between hard disks, and disk imaging."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libogg",
+ "pkgver": "1.2.2",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "80 K",
+ "sizeU": "390 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libogg (Ogg Bitstream library) Libogg is a library for manipulating ogg bitstreams. It handles both making ogg bitstreams and getting packets from ogg bitstreams. libogg is needed to use the Ogg Vorbis audio format."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "rfkill",
+ "pkgver": "0.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "8 K",
+ "sizeU": "20 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " rfkill (tool to query subsystem interfaces) rfkill is a small tool to query the state of the rfkill switches, buttons and subsystem interfaces. http://linuxwireless.org/en/users/Documentation/rfkill"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "a2ps",
+ "pkgver": "4.14",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "5",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "708 K",
+ "sizeU": "4290 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " a2ps (any to PostScript filter) GNU a2ps is an Any to PostScript filter. Of course it processes plain text files, but also pretty prints quite a few popular programming languages. Also contained in this package is psutils, a collection of programs for manipulating PostScript files. a2ps is used by Apsfilter, so be sure to install this package if you plan to do any printing."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "gccmakedep",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.2",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "4 K",
+ "sizeU": "10 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gccmakedep gccmakedep is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "cvs",
+ "pkgver": "1.11.23",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "816 K",
+ "sizeU": "1490 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " cvs (Concurrent Versions System) CVS is a version control system, which allows you to keep old versions of files (usually source code), keep a log of who, when, and why changes occurred, etc., like RCS or SCCS. It handles multiple developers, multiple directories, triggers to enable/log/control various operations, and can work over a wide area network. Some of the people who have worked on CVS include: Dick Grune, Brian Berliner, Jeff Polk, and others too numerous to mention."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "wireless-tools",
+ "pkgver": "29",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "6",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "128 K",
+ "sizeU": "470 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " wireless-tools (utilities for wireless networking) This package contains tools and a library used for configuring wireless networking interfaces: iwconfig (the main wireless tool), iwlist (display more detailed information than iwconfig), iwspy (get stats per MAC address and more), iwpriv (set driver private ioctls), iwgetid (show the ESSID or NWID of a device), iwevent (display wireless events), ifrename (rename a network interface). The wireless-tools were written by Jean Tourrilhes."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libcap",
+ "pkgver": "2.20",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "56 K",
+ "sizeU": "180 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libcap (get/set POSIX capabilities) This is a library for getting and setting POSIX.1e (formerly POSIX 6) draft 15 capabilities. Libcap was written by Andrew G. Morgan; however, it would not have been possible without the help of Aleph1, Roland Buresund, Andrew Main, and Alexander Kjeldaas."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "qt",
+ "pkgver": "4.7.0_7abde40",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "55276 K",
+ "sizeU": "132520 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " Qt (a multi-platform C++ graphical user interface toolkit) Qt is a complete and well-developed object-oriented framework for developing graphical user interface (GUI) applications using C++. Homepage: http://qt.nokia.com"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "font-dec-misc",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.3",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "12 K",
+ "sizeU": "40 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " font-dec-misc font-dec-misc is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libdmx",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "44 K",
+ "sizeU": "100 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libdmx libdmx is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "rexima",
+ "pkgver": "1.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "16 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " rexima (console audio mixer) Rexima is a curses-based interactive audio mixer. It can also be used from the command-line. It's designed to be small, fast, and straightforward. It also offers a command line mode so you can script mixer settings. Rexima was written by Russell Marks."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xf86-video-glint",
+ "pkgver": "1.2.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "92 K",
+ "sizeU": "330 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-glint xf86-video-glint is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "vlan",
+ "pkgver": "1.9",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "80 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " vlan (VLAN (802.1q) configuration program) The vlan package contains the vconfig program, which allows you to create and remove VLAN devices on a VLAN enabled kernel. VLAN devices are virtual Ethernet devices which represent virtual LANs on the physical LAN. vlan is primarily the work of Alex Zeffertt, Cambridge Broadband Ltd, extensively rewritten by Ben Greear."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "bitmap",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.5",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "60 K",
+ "sizeU": "190 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " bitmap bitmap is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "dbus-python",
+ "pkgver": "0.83.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "104 K",
+ "sizeU": "680 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " dbus-python (Python bindings for dbus) This package includes python bindings for the D-Bus messagebus."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "kernel-headers",
+ "pkgver": "2.6.37.6_smp",
+ "arch": "x86",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "552 K",
+ "sizeU": "2880 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " kernel-headers (Linux kernel include files) These are the include files from the Linux kernel. You'll need these to compile most system software for Linux."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "mysql",
+ "pkgver": "5.1.56",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "8108 K",
+ "sizeU": "41940 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " mysql (SQL-based relational database server) MySQL is a fast, multi-threaded, multi-user, and robust SQL (Structured Query Language) database server. It comes with a nice API which makes it easy to integrate into other applications. The home page for MySQL is http://www.mysql.com/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "acpid",
+ "pkgver": "2.0.9",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "40 K",
+ "sizeU": "130 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " acpid (ACPI daemon) Most modern computers support the Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) standard to allow intelligent power management. This package contains acpid, which is the user-space daemon needed in order to make the Linux ACPI support completely functional. ACPI must be compiled into the kernel to run acpid. Homepage: http://www.tedfelix.com/linux/acpid-netlink.html"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "lesstif",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1512 K",
+ "sizeU": "6430 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " lesstif (a free replacement for OSF/Motif(R)) LessTif is the Hungry Programmers' (www.hungry.com) free clone of Motif(R). It aims to be source compatible with OSF/Motif(R) meaning that the same source code should compile with both and work exactly the same. This package contains the libraries and header files to be able to run and compile Motif applications, along with the lesstif version of mwm, the Motif window manager."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "slrn",
+ "pkgver": "0.9.9p1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "432 K",
+ "sizeU": "1950 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " slrn (s-lang read news) slrn is an easy to use but powerful newsreader. It is highly customizable, supports scoring, free key bindings, and can be extended using the s-lang macro language. slrn was written and is maintained by John E. Davis."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "notify-python",
+ "pkgver": "0.1.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "20 K",
+ "sizeU": "80 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " notify-python (Python bindings for libnotify) The notify-python package contains bindings to use libnotify with Python programs. Homepage for notify-python: http://www.galago-project.org/"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libgpod",
+ "pkgver": "0.8.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "284 K",
+ "sizeU": "1510 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libgpod (A library for connecting to some sort of media device ;-) libgpod for accessing iPod content. It provides an easy to use way to retrieve the list of files and playlist stored on an iPod, to modify them and to save them back to the iPod. If you decide to make improvements please contact us so we can work together. Just drop a mail to: Gtkpod-devel@lists.sourceforge.net (you may ask to be CC in the answer)."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "dirmngr",
+ "pkgver": "1.1.0",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/n",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "188 K",
+ "sizeU": "600 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " CRL (Certificate Revocation Lists Manager) Dirmngr 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 (from gnupg 2.x) or when running as a system daemon through the dirmngr-client tool."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "aspell-en",
+ "pkgver": "6.0_0",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "4",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1072 K",
+ "sizeU": "3550 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " aspell-en GNU Aspell 0.60 English Dictionary Package."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "iceauth",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.4",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "24 K",
+ "sizeU": "60 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " iceauth iceauth is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "libXrandr",
+ "pkgver": "1.3.1",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "36 K",
+ "sizeU": "130 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libXrandr libXrandr is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "tk",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/tcl",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "1604 K",
+ "sizeU": "4240 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " tk (Tk toolkit for Tcl) Tk is an extension to Tcl that allows you to quickly and easily build X11 applications that have the look and feel of Motif apps."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "twm",
+ "pkgver": "1.0.6",
+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "96 K",
+ "sizeU": "220 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " twm twm is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
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+ "location": "/slackware/ap",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "460 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " sc (spreadsheet calculator) This is a simple curses-based spreadsheet program."
+ },
+ {
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "pkgdesc: " xf86-video-tdfx xf86-video-tdfx is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "540 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " mhash (Thread-safe hash library) mhash is a thread-safe hash library, implemented in C, and provides a uniform interface to a large number of hash algorithms (MD5, SHA-1, HAVAL, RIPEMD128, RIPEMD160, TIGER, GOST). 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."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "floppy",
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+ "arch": "i386",
+ "pkgver": "3",
+ "location": "/slackware/a",
+ "dep": "",
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+ "sizeU": "720 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " floppy (floppy disk utilities) Contains fdutils-5.4, tools to test and format floppy disks; and mtools-3.9.8, a collection of utilities for using DOS/Windows floppy disks with Linux."
+ },
+ {
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "84 K",
+ "sizeU": "150 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " libXp libXp is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "xprop",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/x",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "32 K",
+ "sizeU": "80 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " xprop xprop is part of X11. For more information about the X.Org Foundation (the providers of the X.Org implementation of the X Window System), see their website: http://www.x.org"
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "linux-howtos",
+ "pkgver": "20110210",
+ "arch": "noarch",
+ "pkgver": "1",
+ "location": "/slackware/f",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "6420 K",
+ "sizeU": "31670 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " linux-howtos (HOWTOs from the Linux Documentation Project) Documentation on many tasks relating to Linux setup and operation. These documents will be installed in /usr/doc/Linux-HOWTOs/."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "glibc-profile",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "4",
+ "location": "/slackware/l",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "852 K",
+ "sizeU": "4400 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " glibc-profile (GNU C libraries with profiling support) This package contains static versions of the GNU C libraries with support for profiling binaries using gprof. gprof calculates how much time a program spends in each routine which can suggest where to concentrate efforts to improve performance. See the gprof man page for more details."
+ },
+ {
+ "pkgname": "gcc-java",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "2",
+ "location": "/slackware/d",
+ "dep": "",
+ "sizeC": "22384 K",
+ "sizeU": "71500 K"
+ "pkgdesc: " gcc-java (Java support for GCC) Java support for the GNU Compiler Collection. This package contains those parts of the compiler collection needed to compile programs written in the Java programming language. The base gcc package is also required."
+ },
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+ "pkgname": "acct",
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+ "arch": "i486",
+ "pkgver": "1",