The packages contained on the Fedora Core 3 installation DVD are as follows:
4Suite: Python programming tools for manipulating XML content and object databases.
a2ps: Tools for converting text and other types of files into PostScript for printing.
abiword: The AbiWord word processing application.
acl: Utilities needed for manipulating access control lists.
acpid: Dispatches ACPI events to user-space programs.
adjtimex: The adjtimex command for regulating the system clock.
aiksaurus*: Collection of RPMs for an English-language thesaurus library.
alchemist: Back-end XML-based application configuration architecture.
alchemist-devel: Files needed for developing programs that use alchemist.
alsa-lib: Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA) library.
alsa-lib-devel: Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA) header files.
alsa-utils: Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA) utilities.
amanda: The amanda network-capable machine backup application.
amanda-client: Client components for amanda network backup.
amanda-devel: Libraries and docs needed to develop amanda applications.
amanda-server: Server components for running amanda network backups.
am-utils: Utilities for automounting file systems. Includes the amd daemon.
anaconda: The Red Hat Linux installation program.
anaconda-help: Help information used in the anaconda installer.
anaconda-runtime: Used to build Red Hat media sets.
anacron: Periodic command scheduler for machines that do not run 24 hours per day.
ant: Tools for building platform-independent Java applications for Apache Jakarta and XML.
ant-core: Core classes needed for Ant applications.
ant-devel: Headers needed for CNI extensions to Ant applications.
ant-optional: Headers needed for optional Ant tasks.
apel: A portable emacs library for customizing emacs.
apel-xemacs: A portable emacs library.
apmd: The advanced power management software for monitoring battery power.
apr: Apache portable runtime library.
apr-devel: APR library development tools.
apr-util: APR utility library.
apr-util-devel: APR utility library development tools.
arptables: Controls the arpfilter network packet filtering code in the Linux kernel.
arpwatch: The arpwatch utility for tracking Ethernet/IP address pairings.
arts: The analog real-time synthesizer software used with the KDE 3 sound system.
arts-devel: Libraries and documentation needed to develop programs using arts.
ash: A lightweight shell, similar to the UNIX System V sh (Bourne) shell.
asp2php: Tools for converting active server pages to PHP format.
asp2php-gtk: A gtk+ front-end interface for the asp2php application.
aspell*: A set of packages for spell checking in a variety of languages.
aspell-devel: Libraries and documentation needed to develop applications using aspell.
at: The at and batch commands facilitate one-shot, time-oriented job control.
atk: A set of interfaces for adding accessibility support to applications.
atk-devel: The libraries, header files, and documentation for atk.
at-spi: Allows screen readers, magnifiers, or scripts to interact with GUI controls.
at-spi-devel: Libraries and header files for compiling at-spi.
attr: Tools for manipulating extended filesystem attributes.
audit: Used for storing and processing the audit records generate by the 2.6 Kernel.
audiofile: Utilities that implement the SGI Audio File library for processing audio files.
audiofile-devel: Development tools associated with audio software development.
aumix: The aumix program for adjusting audio mixing device (/dev/mixer) settings.
authconfig: Tools for configuring system authorization resources.
authconfig-gtk: A graphical tool for configuring system-authorization resources.
authd: Obtaining and verifying user credentials using RSA public key cryptography.
autoconf: Tools to create scripts to make portable, configurable source-code packages.
autoconf213: An older version of autoconf.
autoconvert: Autoconverter tools for converting Chinese HZ/GB/BIG5 encodings.
autoconvert-xchat: Autoconvert-xchat plugins.
autofs: Automatically mounts and unmounts file systems through the automount daemon.
automake: The automake makefile generator.
automake14: Included for projects not updated to work with newer automake.
automake15: Included for projects not updated to work with newer automake.
automake16: Included for projects not updated to work with newer automake.
automake17: Included for projects not updated to work with newer automake.
autorun: Software that automatically detects and mounts CD-ROMs.
awesfx: Utilities for controlling the AWE32 sound driver.
balsa: The balsa e-mail reader (which is part of the GNOME desktop).
basesystem: Part of the base Red Hat Linux system.
bash: Version 2.05b of the GNU Bash shell (Bourne Again SHell).
bc: The bc precision-calculator command-line utility and language.
bcel: Byte Code Engineering Library (BCEL) for working with Java class files.
bcel-devel: Byte Code Engineering Library (BCEL) development tools.
beecrypt: General purpose cryptography library.
beecrypt-devel: Files needed to develop applications with beecrypt.
beecrypt-python: Python bindings for developing applications with beecrypt.
bg5ps: A tool that converts BIG5 encoded Chinese into printable PostScript.
bind: Berkeley Internet Name Domain implentation of the DNS protocols.
bind-chroot: A chrooted implementation of the BIND name server.
bind-devel: Header files needed for BIND 9.x.x DNS software development.
bind-libs: Runtime libraries needed for the BIND packages.
bind-utils: The dig, dnsquery, nslookup, nsupdate, and other DNS utilities.
binutils: GNU command-line tools, such as ar, as, ld, nm, size, and others.
bison: The GNU bison parser generator (replacement for yacc).
bitmap-fonts: Bitmap fonts from the Xfree86 package designed for use on terminals.
bitmap-fonts-cjk: Bitmap fonts selected from Xfree86 for use by anaconda.
bitstream-vera-fonts: High-quality Latin fonts donated by Vera.
blas: Basic Linear Algebra Subprograms (BLAS) libraries for basic linear algebra.
bluez-bluefw: Bluetooth firmware loader.
bluez-hcidump: A Bluetooth protocol analyzer.
bluez-libs: Libraries for Bluetooth applications.
bluez-libs-devel: Development libraries for Bluetooth applications.
bluez-pin: Bluetooth software to ask users for PIN to pair Bluetooth devices.
bluez-sdp: Bluetooth service discovery protocol libraries.
bluez-sdp-devel: Bluetooth service discovery protocol library tools.
bluez-utils: Bluetooth utilities.
bogl: Small graphics library for Linux’s frame buffers.
bogl-bterm: Terminal emulator that displays to a frame buffer.
bogl-devel: Development libraries for Ben’s Own Graphics Library.
bonobo: A CORBA-based system utilized by the GNOME desktop environment.
bonobo-devel: Libraries for developing bonobo document model applications.
boost: Boost peer reviewed C++ libraries.
boost-devel: Boost C++ library development tools.
bootparamd: The bootparamd boot parameter server to boot diskless workstations.
booty: Python library for anaconda and up2date bootloader configuration.
bridge-utils: Utilities for bridging multiple Ethernet LANs.
bridge-utils-devel: Programming interface to the Linux Ethernet bridge.
brltty: Braille display driver.
bug-buddy: A graphical bug-reporting tool.
busybox: A single binary providing simplified versions of common Linux commands.
busybox-anaconda: A version of busybox for use with anaconda.
byacc: The Berkeley yacc parser generator.
bzflag: A multiplayer 3D tank battle game.
bzip2: The bzip2 and bzcat utilities for compressing and uncompressing files.
bzip2-devel: Programming tools associated with the bzip and bzcat utilities.
bzip2-libs: Libraries for applications using bzip2.
caching-nameserver: Configuration files used for caching-only name servers.
cadaver: A command-line WebDAV client.
Canna: A unified Japanese character input system.
Canna-devel: Developments tools associated with Canna.
Canna-libs: Runtime library for the Canna Japanese input system.
cdda2wav: Coverts CD audio files into WAV sound files.
cdecl: Composes C and C++ type declarations from english or vice versa.
cdicconf: Maintenance tools for the Canna dictionary.
cdlabelgen: Generates frontcards and traycards for compact disc cases.
cdp: Textmode utility for playing music CDs.
cdparanoia: Compact disk digital audio extraction tool.
cdparanoia-devel: Development tools for digital audio extraction.
cdparanoia-libs: Libraries for cdparanoia.
cdrdao: A tool for writing audio CD-ROMs in disc-at-once mode.
cdrecord: Software for writing data to writable CD-ROMs.
cdrecord-devel: Development tools for writing data to writable CD-ROMs.
checkpolicy: SELinux policy compiler.
chkconfig: Changes system service run-level information.
chkfontpath: Command-line interface for managing the X server font path.
ckermit: Cross-platform serial and network communications software.
cleanfeed: Filters spam from incoming USENET news feeds.
compat-db: Legacy releases of the Berkeley Database.
compat-gcc: Compatibility compiler for building binaries for Red Hat 7.3 and older.
compat-gcc-c++: Generates C++ binaries for older Red Hat Linux systems.
compat-gcc-g77: Generates Fortran 77 binaries for older Red Hat Linux systems.
compat-gcc-java: Generates Java binaries for older Red Hat Linux systems.
compat-gcc-objc: Generates Objective-C binaries for older Red Hat Linux Systems.
compat-libgcj: Java runtime library for the Red Hat Linux 7.3 Java compiler (gcj)
compat-libgcj-devel: Libraries for compiling with the gcc java compiler.
compat-libstdc++: Snapshot implementation of the GCC Standard C++ library.
compat-libstdc++-devel: Libraries for the Red Hat C++ compatibility compiler.
compat-openldap: Older versions of the OpenLDAP shared libraries.
compat-pwdb: Library for managing the Linux’s PAM interface to user authentication.
compat-slang: Programming library for the S-Lang extension language.
comps: Comps file and header lists for Red Hat Linux.
comps-extras: Tools and images for working on the comps file.
comsat: Asynchronous mail notification client and server.
control-center: GNOME desktop configuration tool.
coreutils: A set of GNU tools commonly used in shell scripts.
cpio: Copying files to or from a number of archive formats into files, disk, or tape.
cpp: The cpp (C preprocessor) macro processing utility, for preprocessing C code.
cproto: Creates function prototypes and variable declarations from C source code.
cracklib: Library for applications that need to test the “strength” of a password.
cracklib-dicts: Dictionaries that are used by CrackLib when testing password security.
crash: Self-contained tool that can be used to investigate systems and dump files.
createrepo: Can generate a metadata repository from a directory of rpm packages.
crontabs: The root crontabs files, used by the cron daemon to schedule tasks.
crypto-utils: Used to manageand generate SSL certificates and keys.
cryptsetup: The cryptsetup utility for creating encrypted filesystems.
ctags: The ctags tool for generating tag files of objects from C source code.
cup: Java parser generator.
cups: The Common Unix Printing System.
cups-devel: Development environment for CUPS.
cups-libs: Libraries allowing applications to use CUPS natively.
curl: A feature-packed utility for retrieving files using various Internet protocols.
curl-devel: The files needed for building applications that use curl functionality.
cvs: Maintains a history of file changes.
cyrus-imapd*: Set of packages to support high-performance IMAP and POP3 environments that can run on sealed servers.
cyrus-sasl: The Cyrus version of the Simple Authentication and Security Layer (SASL).
cyrus-sasl-devel: The files needed for developing applications that use cyrus-sasl.
cyrus-sasl-gssapi: Plugins for cyrus-sasl that support GSSAPI authentication.
cyrus-sasl-md5: Cyrus-sasl plugins for CRAM-MD5 and DIGEST-MD5 authentication.
cyrus-sasl-ntlm: Cyrus SASL plugin used to support NTLM authentication.
cyrus-sasl-plain: Cyrus-sasl plugins for PLAIN and LOGIN authentication schemes.
cyrus-sasl-sql: Plugin supporting RDBMS for storing shared secrets.
dasher: Used with GNOME accessibility features.
db4: C library for revision 4 of the Berkeley Database.
db4-devel: Header files and libraries for db4 development.
db4-java: This package has the libraries for building programs with Berkeley DB in Java.
db4-tcl: Development files for using the Berkeley DB (version 4) with tcl.
db4-utils: Command-line tools for managing a revision 4 Berkeley database.
dbh: Disk-based hash library.
dbh-devel: Header files for disk-based hash library.
dbskkd-cdb: A dictionary server for the SKK Japanese input method.
dbus: Systemwide message bus service.
dbus-devel: Development tools for systemwide message bus service.
dbus-glib: GLIB library for using D-BUS.
dbus-python: Allows Python programming using the interface D-BUS library interface.
dbus-x11: Xlib tools required by DBUS, so X doesn’t have to be installed.
ddd: The Data Display Debugger, a GUI that interacts with command-line debuggers.
ddskk: A simple Kana to Kanji conversion tool for emacs.
ddskk-xemacs: Simple Kana to Kanji conversion tool for XEmacs.
dejagnu: An Expect/Tcl framework for testing programs.
desktop-backgrounds-basic: A selection of images to use as screen backgrounds.
desktop-backgrounds-extra: Supplements desktop-backgrounds-basic.
desktop-file-utils: Creates and validates .desktop files.
desktop-printing: Desktop icon and code to support drag-n-drop printing.
dev86: An x86 assembler and linker.
devhelp: An API document browser for GNOME 2.
device-mapper: Userspace support for the device-mapper.
dhclient: DHCP client application.
dhcp: Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server and relay agent.
dhcp-devel: Libraries for interfacing with the ISC DHCP server.
dhcpv6_client: DHCP client that supports IPv6 parameters.
dhcpv6: DHCP server package supporting IPv6.
dia: Visio-like diagramming and drawing program.
dialog: The dialog utility for showing dialog boxes in text mode interfaces.
dictd: The ict client, used to access to dictionary definitions from a DICT server.
dietlibc: A small implementation of libc.
diffstat: Generates statistics from the output of the diff command.
diffutils: Contains the diff, cmp, diff3, and sdiff utilities for comparing files.
diskcheck: A utility that monitors the remaining free space on a hard drive.
diskdumputils: Utilities used to set up the kernel to save memory image to the specified partition.
distcache: Distributed SSL session cache.
distcache-devel: Development tools for distcache distributed session cache.
dmalloc: A drop-in replacement for memory management routines.
docbook-*: A set of packages containing DocBook SGML DTDs and style sheets.
dos2unix: Converts text files from DOS to UNIX format.
dosfstools: Tools for creating and working with DOS file systems.
dovecot: Dovecot secure imap server.
doxygen: Creates documents from C or C++ source code.
doxygen-doxywizard: A GUI front-end to create and edit doxygen configuration files.
dtach: A simple program that emulates the detach feature of screen.
dump: Utilities for backing up and restoring ext2/3 file systems.
dvd+rw-tools: Tools for mastering DVD+RW/+R media.
dvgrab: Captures digital video from a firewire connected device.
e2fsprogs: Programs for finding and fixing inconsistencies in ext2 file systems.
e2fsprogs-devel: Libraries and header files to develop programs for the ext2 file system.
ecj: Java bytecode compiler of the Eclipse Project.
ed: A line-oriented text editor (which was the original UNIX text editor).
eel2: The Eazel Extensions Library, a collection of widgets and functions for GNOME.
eel2-devel: Libraries and include files for developing with eel.
efax: Sends and receives faxes using any Class 1, 2, or 2.0 fax modem.
eject: Ejects CDs, floppies, Jazz disks, or other media.
ElectricFence: Detects memory allocation violations.
elfutils: Collection of utilities for handling compiled objects.
elfutils-devel: Development utilities for handling compiled objects.
elfutils-libelf: Provides a DSO that facilitates the reading and writing of ELF files.
elinks: A text-mode Web browser with support for frames.
emacs: Libraries needed to run the emacs editor.
emacs-common: The libraries needed to run the GNU Emacs text editor.
emacs-el: The emacs-elisp sources of elisp programs used with the emacs text editor.
emacs-leim: The Emacs Lisp code used with international character scripts.
emacs-nox: The Emacs text editor without support for the X Window System.
emacspeak: A speech interface that allows visually impaired users to use the computer.
enscript: Print filter for formatting ASCII text into PostScript output.
eog: Eye of GNOME image viewer.
epic: Enhanced ircii chat client.
epiphany: A GNOME Web browser based on Mozilla.
eruby: A Ruby interpreter for Ruby code embedded in text files.
eruby-devel: Header files and libraries allowing an application to use eRuby.
eruby-libs: Libraries required for eRuby.
esound: Allows multiple programs to share a sound card.
esound-devel: Libraries and include files for developing EsounD applications.
ethereal: A tool for analyzing network traffic on UNIX –ish operating systems.
ethereal-gnome: GNOME desktop environment integration for ethereal.
ethtool: Displays and changes Ethernet card settings.
evolution: GNOME’s groupware suite of integrated information-management tools.
exim: The exim mail transfer agent.
exim-doc: Exim documentation.
exim-mon: X11 monitor application for exim.
exim-sa: Exim SpamAssassin at SMPT time – d/l plugin.
expat: C library for stream-oriented XML parsing.
expat-devel: Documentation and libraries for developing XML applications with expat.
expect: A tcl extension for automating interactive utilities such as FTP, fsck, and telnet.
expect-devel: Expect development libraries.
expectk: A program-script interaction and testing utility.
fbset: Used to change video modes on fbcon consoles.
fedora-logos: Red Hat-related icons and pictures.
fedora-release: Fedora Core release file.
festival: A free multilingual speech synthesizer.
festival-devel: Header files and libraries allowing applications to use festival.
fetchmail: Retrieves and forwards mail over SLIP and PPP links.
file: Identifies file type based on file contents.
file-roller: Manages archives such as tar files.
filesystem: The basic directory level layout of the Red Hat Linux system.
findutils: GNU versions of the find and xargs utilities.
finger: Client for displaying information about system users.
finger-server: Server for providing the finger service to network clients.
firefox: Open Source web browser.
firstboot: Runs after installation to facilitate easier configuration of the system.
flac: An encoder/decoder for the Free Lossless Audio Codec.
flac-devel: Static libraries and header files from FLAC.
flex: Generates C source code for recognition of lexical patterns in text.
flim: A library that provides basic features for message encoding in emacs.
flim-xemacs: A library that provides basic features for message encoding in XEmacs.
fontconfig: Locates and sets fonts based on requirements set by applications.
fontconfig-devel: Headers and documentation for developing fontconfig applications.
fonta-arabic: Arabic fonts from the King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology.
fonts-bengali: Fonts for Bengali.
fonts-hebrew: Hebrew fonts from the Culmus project.
fonts-ISO8859-2*: Various Central European– and Greek-language fonts.
fonts-ja: Japanese bitmap fonts.
fonts-KOI8-R*: Various Russian- and Ukranian-language fonts.
fonts-xorg*: Contains fonts which have been separated from X.Org X11 source code.
foomatic: A spooler-independent database of printers and printer drivers.
freeciv: The freeciv clone of the Civilization II strategy game.
freeglut: A free implementation of the GLUT library.
freeglut-devel: Development tools for freeGLUT.
freeradius: Highly configurable RADIUS server.
freeradius-mysql: MySQL bindings for freeradius.
freeradius-postgresql: PostgreSQL bindings for freeradius.
freeradius-unixODBC: unixODBC bindings for freeradius.
freetype: A free and portable font rendering engine for TrueType fonts.
freetype-demos: A collection of freetype demos.
freetype-devel: Components for using the FreeType font rendering engine.
freetype-utils: Several utilities for managing fonts.
FreeWnn: Converts Japanese Kana characters to Kanji characters and vice versa.
FreeWnn-devel: Tools for developing applications for FreeWnn.
FreeWnn-libs: Runtime libraries for running FreeWnn applications.
fribidi: A free implementation of the Unicode BiDi algorithm.
fribidi-devel: Development tools for the Unicode BiDi algorithm.
fsh: The fsh command for creating secure network tunnels.
ftp: Generic client for the File Transfer Protocol.
ftpcopy: Tools to facilitate mirroring of FTP sites
g-wrap: A tool for creating Scheme interfaces to C libraries.
g-wrap-devel: Include files and libraries needed for g-wrap development.
gail: Implements the ATK accessibility interfaces for packages such as at-spi.
gail-devel: Files required to compile applications that use GAIL.
gaim: Open source clone of the popular AOL instant messager client.
gal: The GNOME Applications Library (GAL), including GNOME utilities and widgets.
gal-devel: Development tools associated with the GNOME Applications Library.
gamin: Provides a daemonless, FAM and API/ABIcompatible file alteration monitor mechanism.
gamin-devel: Used with gamin package for same purpose.
gawk: The gawk (GNU awk) text processing utility.
gcc*: This set of packages contains GNU C language compilers and related tools.
GConf: The GNOME configuration database system.
GConf2: A configuration database API used to store user preferences.
GConf-devel: Library files required for developing with GConf.
GConf2-devel: Library files required for developing with GConf2.
gconf-editor: Editor and admin tool for GConf configuration sources.
gd: A graphics library for creating JPEG and PNG image files.
gda-mysql: GDA MySQL provider.
gda-odbc: GDA ODBC provider.
gda-postgres: GDA PostgreSQL provider.
gdb: A command-driven debugger.
gdbm: The Gdbm database indexing library.
gdbm-devel: Components to develop applications to use the GNU database system.
gd-devel: Components to develop applications that use the gd graphics library.
gdk-pixbuf: The GDK Pixbuf image loading libraries.
gdk-pixbuf-devel: Development tools associated with GDK Pixbuf.
gdk-pixbuf-gnome: GNOME Canvas support for displaying images.
gdm: The GNOME display manager, maintains an X-based graphical login.
gd-progs: Utility programs associated with the gd graphics library.
gedit: A compact, GNOME-based text editor.
gedit-devel: The files needed for developing plug-ins for the gEdit editor.
genromfs: Utilities for building romfs file systems for initial RAM disks.
gettext: Tools and utilities for creating multilingual messages.
gettext-devel: Provides tools for creating, using, and modifying natural language catalogs.
gftp: A multithreaded graphical ftp program.
ggv: A Ghostscript front-end, adding panning and persistent user settings to Ghostscript.
ghostscript: Displays and prints PostScript files.
ghostscript-devel: Header files for developing Ghostscript-enabled applications.
ghostscript-fonts: A set of type fonts used with the Ghostscript program.
ghostscript-gtk: A GTK-enabled PostScript interpreter and renderer.
giftrans: Converts GIF87 files to GIF89 format.
gimp: GNU Image Manipulation Program.
gimp-data-extras: Patterns, gradients, and other graphical elements to use with GIMP.
gimp-devel: Libraries needed to develop GIMP plug-ins and extensions.
gimp-gap: Plug-ins to create and edit animations in GIMP.
gimp-help: User manual for GIMP.
gimp-print: Drivers that provide enhanced printing during demanding tasks.
gimp-print-cups: Native drivers for Canon, Epson, and compatible printers.
gimp-print-devel: Libraries, and documentation to the GIMP printing interface.
gimp-print-plugin: GIMP plug-in for gimp-print.
gimp-print-utils: Utility programs from gimp-print.
gkrellm: Monitoring software that charts CPU use, disk activity, and network traffic.
gkrellm-daemon: Server side of gkrellm.
gkrellm-devel: Header files for gkrellm.
gkrellm-wireless: Plug-in to monitor wireless LAN cards with gkrellm.
glade2: A version of glade for GTK+ 2.0.
glib: Glib version 1.2 library of common functions used to improve portability.
glib2: Glib version 2 library of common functions used to improve portability.
glib2-devel: Static libraries and header files used with the glib2 development package.
glibc: Standard libraries used by a multitude of programs.
glibc-common: Common binaries, locale support, and time zone databases.
glibc-devel: Standard header and object files to develop most C language programs.
glibc-headers: Header files for development using standard C libraries.
glibc-kernheaders: Header files for the Linux kernel for use by glibc.
glibc-profile: The libraries needed to create programs being profiled with gprof.
glibc-utils: Various tools useful during program debugging.
glib-devel: Static libraries and header files to support the GIMP Xlibrary.
Glide3: A programming interface to 3DfxVoodoo graphics cards.
Glide3-devel: Interface for using 3D accelators in 3Dfx Interactive Voodoo cards.
gmp: The MP library for handling arithmetic and floating-point number functions.
gmp-devel: Components to develop GNU MP arbitrary precision applications.
gnome-applets: Applets (tiny graphical applications) used on the GNOME desktop.
gnome-audio: A set of sounds that you can use with your GNOME environment.
gnome-audio-extra: Sound files that can be used with the GNOME desktop.
gnome-bluetooth: Simple GUI to control Bluetooth devices.
gnome-desktop: Code shared among GNOME components.
gnome-desktop-devel: Libraries for compiling GNOME-desktop components.
gnome-games: GNOME games such as solitaire, gnothello, and tetris.
gnome-icon-theme: Base GNOME desktop environment icons.
gnome-kerberos: The krb5 tools for managing Kerberos 5 tickets.
gnome-keyring: Keyring and password manager for the GNOME desktop.
gnome-keyring-devel: Development libraries and header files for gnome-keyring.
gnome-keyring-manager: Used to manage passwords and secrets saved in the keyring.
gnome-libs: Libraries needed by the GNOME desktop environment and applications.
gnome-libs-devel: Libraries needed to create applications to run on a GNOME desktop.
gnome-mag: GNOME magnifying library for AT-SPI applications.
gnome-mag-devel: Development tooks for the GNOME AT-SPI magnifying library.
gnome-media: The GNOME CD player and other multimedia tools.
gnomemeeting: An H323 teleconferencing tool compatible with Microsoft NetMeeting.
gnome-mime-data: The file-type recognition data files for GNOME-VFS.
gnome-netstatus: Network interface monitoring applet for GNOME panel.
gnome-nettool: Graphical front-end for various command line network tools.
gnome-panel: Provides desktop management utilities.
gnome-pilot: Files needed to integrate GNOME and PalmOS devices like Palm Pilots.
gnome-pilot-conduits: Additional conduits for gnome-pilot.
gnome-pilot-devel: Libraries needed to enable applications to use gnome-pilot.
gnome-print: Fonts and tools needed by GNOME applications to print from GNOME.
gnome-print-devel: Software development tools associated with printing in GNOME.
gnome-python2-*: Wrappers that allow GNOME components to be written in Python.
gnome-session: Handles startup and shutdown of core GNOME components.
gnome-speech: GNOME text-to-speech tools.
gnome-speech-devel: Development tools for GNOME text-to-speech features.
gnome-spell: A bonobo component for spell checking.
gnome-system-monitor: A simple process and system monitor.
gnome-terminal: A GNOME terminal emulator.
gnome-themes: Themes collection for GNOME.
gnome-user-docs: A glossary, introduction, and other documentation for GNOME.
gnome-utils: Several useful GNOME utilities, such as a calculator and a calendar.
gnome-vfs: The GNOME virtual file system libraries.
gnome-vfs-devel: Libraries and header files to develop GNOME-VFS2 applications.
gnome-vfs-extras: GNOME-VFS modules including a Samba smb network browser.
gnome-volume-manager: Monitors volume-related events and responds in accord with user-specified policy.
gnome-vfs2: Revision 2.0 of the GNOME virtual file system libraries.
gnome-vfs2-devel: Libraries and header files to develop GNOME-VFS2 applications.
gnome-vfs2-smb: Windows fileshare support for gnome-vfs.
gnopernicus: The gnopernicus screen magnifier.
gnucash: A personal finance tracker.
gnucash-backend-postgres: Backend for storing GnuCash data in PostgreSQL.
gnuchess: The GNU chess program and related utilities.
gnumeric: The GNOME-based gnumeric spreadsheet program.
gnumeric-devel: Development tools for the gnumeric spreadsheet application.
gnupg: GNU Privacy Guard, used for secure communication and data storage.
gnuplot: Utilities, used to plot scientific and other types of data.
gnuplot-emacs: Integrates gnuplot with emacs.
gob2: Preprocessor for making GObject objects.
gok: GNOME onscreen keyboard.
gok-devel: Supports development of plugins for alternate input devices.
gpdf: Viewer for Portable Document Format (PDF) files for GNOME.
gperf: C++ hash function generator.
gphoto2: Manage and access images from digital cameras.
gphoto2-devel: Header files needed to create applications that use gphoto2.
gpm: Console-based mouse server.
gpm-devel: Libraries for developing text-mode programs with mouse functionality.
grep: Utilities for finding string patterns in files.
grip: A graphical front-end for various compact disc rippers and MP3 encoders.
groff: Console-based text formatting utilities.
groff-gxditview: GUI-based groff text output viewer.
groff-perl: Utilities for working with groff documents that require Perl.
grub: Grand Unified Boot Loader, used for booting operating systems such as Linux.
gsl: GNU Scientific Library for numerical analysis and high-level mathematics.
gsl-devel: Header and library files needed to create applications that use gsl.
gstreamer: Streaming media framework.
gstreamer-devel: Development libraries for streaming media framework.
gstreamer-plugins: Plug-ins for the streaming media framework.
gstreamer-plugins-devel: Development libraries for the streaming media framework.
gstreamer-tools: Basic command line tools used with the streaming media framework.
gthumb: An application for viewing, editing, and organizing collections of images.
gtk+: GIMP graphical toolkit for building X-based graphical user interfaces.
gtk+-devel: gtk+ development tools to create applications that need GIMP.
gtk2: A toolkit used to create graphical user interfaces (GUIs).
gtk2-devel: Header files and developer documentation for the GTK+ toolkit.
gtk2-engines: Theme engines for GTK+ 2.0
gtkam: A GTK-based interface to gphoto2.
gtkam-gimp: A GIMP plug-in to allow digital-camera access through gphoto2.
gtk-doc: Tools that generate documentation for GTK+, GNOME, and Glib components.
gtk-engines: GTK+ toolkit themes (including Notif, Redmond95, and Metal).
gtkglarea: An OpenGL widget for the GTK+ GUI library.
gtkhtml: A lightweight HTML renderer/printing/editing engine.
gtkhtml-devel: Libraries needed to develop applications that use gtkhtml.
gtkhtml2: An HTML display widget for GTK+ 2.0
gtkhtml2-devel: Libraries needed to create gtkhtml2 applications.
gtkhtml3: The gtkhtml library.
gtkhtml3-devel: Libraries needed to create gtkhtml3 applications.
gtksourceview: Library for viewing source code files.
gtksourceview-devel: Tools for compiling applications with gtksourceview libraries.
gtkspell: On-the-fly spell checking for GtkTextView widgets.
gtkspell-devel: Development tools for gtkspell.
guile: A library implementation of the Scheme programming language.
guile-devel: Libraries and headers needed to link programs with the GUILE library.
Guppi: A GNOME-based data analysis and visualization system.
Guppi-devel: Header files and libraries needed to develop applications that use Guppi.
gv: A lightweight front-end tool for viewing PostScript and PDF documents in X.
gzip: A data compression utility.
h2ps: Converts Korean Hangul from text to PostScript.
hal: Collects information about system hardware.
hal-cups-utils: Hal/CUPS backend.
hal-devel: Headers and libraries for HAL.
hal-gnome: GNOME tool for displaying HAL information.
hdparm: Utility for setting and viewing hard drive parameters.
HelixPlayer: Open Source media player.
hesiod: Utilities and libraries for viewing hesiod databases.
hesiod-devel: Libraries and headers for applications that use hesiod databases.
hexedit: A hexadecimal file viewer and editor.
hfsutils*: Set of packages that offer support for Macintosh hierarchical file systems.
hicolor-icon-theme: Basic requirement for icon themes.
hotplug: Hotplug utilities for loading modules needed when a USB device is connected.
howl: Port of Apple’s Multicast DNS or “Rendezvous” technology.
howl-devel: Information on howl APIs.
howl-libs: Librarys used with howl.
hpijs: A collection of optimized HP-printer drivers.
hpoj: HP OfficeJet low-level driver infrastructure.
hpoj-devel: Development libraries for HP OfficeJet low-level driver infrastructure.
htdig: The htdig Web indexing and search system.
htdig-web: CGI scripts and HTML code used by htdig.
htmlview: Used by applications to display their HTML-based help pages.
httpd: The Apache Web server configuration files, documentation, and daemons.
httpd-devel: Apache Web server header files and apxs tool for extension modules.
httpd-manual: The Apache manual (in HTML format).
httpd-suexec: Allows Apache to execute applications as a user other than the apache user.
hwbrowser: A browser for the current system hardware configuration.
hwcrypto: Libraries for interfacing with hardware crypto accelerators under Linux.
hwdata: Identification and configuration data for system hardware.
icon-slicer: Tool for greating icon themes.
iiimf*: Intranet/Internet Input Method Framework packages.
ImageMagick: A feature-rich graphical display and editing tool.
ImageMagick-c++: C++ bindings for applications that use ImageMagick functionality.
ImageMagick-c++-devel: C++ libraries used with ImageMagick graphics library.
ImageMagick-devel: Libraries needed to implement ImageMagick APIs.
ImageMagick-perl: Perl bindings to ImageMagick.
imlib: Image loading and rendering library used with the X Window System.
imlib-cfgeditor: The imlib_conf program, used to control how imlib renders images.
imlib-devel: Components to develop programs with Imlib image and rendering library.
indent: The indent utility for beautifying C programming code.
inews: Posts Usenet news articles to a local news server.
info: A text-based browser for displaying texinfo (pronounced “tech-info”) files.
initscripts: Boot time and runlevel initialization scripts.
inn: The InterNetNews server for creating and maintaining a news server in Linux.
inn-devel: Components to develop applications that use the InterNetNews system.
intltool: A utility for internationalizing various data files.
iproute: The ip command and related utilities used for routing IP traffic.
ipsec-tools: Tools for configuring and using IPSEC.
iptables: Advanced packet filtering tools.
iptables-devel: Development package for iptables.
iptables-ipv6: Advanced packet filtering tools for IPv6 networks.
iptraf: A console-based network monitoring tool.
iptstate: The iptstate utility to display the state of an iptables firewall.
iputils: Various network-monitoring utilities, including ping and rdisc.
ipvsadm: Utility to administer kernel IP virtual server table.
ipxutils: A set of utilities for configuring and working with Novell IPX networks.
irb: Interactive Ruby, a terminal-based Ruby expression evaluator.
irda-utils: The IrDA utilities, used to communicate with infrared devices.
isdn4k-utils: Tools for configuring ISDN subsystem.
isdn4k-utils-devel: Library and header files needed to develop capi applications.
isdn4k-utils-vboxgetty: The vboxgetty and vboxputty tools used with ISDN voice box.
isicom: Utilities for loading Multitech Intelligent Serial Internal data files.
jadetex: The jadetex and pdfjadetex commands to work with DSSSL documents.
jaf: Files to support JavaBeans Activation Framework (JAF).
jaf-devel: Development tools related to JavaBeans Activation Framework (JAF).
jcode.pl: A perl library for Japanese character code conversion.
jed: The jed text editor, based on the slang screen library.
jfsutils: Utilities for managing a JFS file system.
jisksp14: 14 dots jis auxiliary kanji font.
jisksp16: 16 dots jis auxiliary kanji font.
jlex: Lexical Analyzer Generator for Java.
jlex-devel: Contains the headers required to develop (CNI) extensions for Jlex.
joe: The joe modeless text editor that uses Borland WordStar keybindings.
joystick: Utilities for attaching and configuring a joystick.
jpackage-utils: Utilities for the JPackage Project.
jpilot: A desktop organizer application for the Palm Pilot.
junit: Framework for unit testing in Java.
junit-devel: Headers needed by CNI extensions to junit.
jwhois: Whois client for whois and finger-style queries.
k3b: KDE graphical utility for burning CDs and DVDs.
kakasi: Japanese character converter that sets Kanji to Hiragana, Katakana, or Romaji.
kakasi-devel: The header and library files for developing applications that use Kakasi.
kakasi-dict: The base Kakasi dictionary.
kappa20: Japanese fonts in 20pt.
katana*: Scripts used to perform tasks for rpm packages with Java libraries and executables.
kbd: Utilities for configuring the system console.
kcc: A Kanji code converter.
kdbg: The KDE graphical front-end for the GNU debugger (gdb).
kdeaddons: K Desktop plug-ins Konquerer, noatun, and Kate.
kdeaddons-atlantikdesigner: Game board designer for Atlantik.
kdeaddons-xmms: Contains tools for controlling media players.
kdeadmin: Tape backup, user administration, and other system tools for KDE.
kdeartwork: Additional artwork (themes, sound themes, and so on) for KDE.
kdeartwork-icons: Icon themes (kdeclassic, slick, and so on) for KDE.
kdebase: Basic KDE tools such as kwm, kfm file manager, and konsole.
kdebase-devel: Header files for developing applications using kdebase.
kdebindings: KDE bindings to non-C++ languages.
kdebindings-devel: Development files for kdebindings.
kdeedu: Edutainment applications for KDE.
kdeedu-devel: Development libraries for KDE edutainment applications.
kdegames: KDE games such as kasteroids, kblackbox, and ksmiletris.
kdegames-devel: Libraries enabling the creation of games for KDE.
kdegraphics: Graphical applications for the K desktop environment.
kdegraphics-devel: Development tools for KDE application development.
kde-i18n*: A set of packages providing support for various human languages.
kdelibs: Libraries needed by the K desktop Environment.
kdelibs-devel: Tools and documentation for developing KDE desktop applications.
kdemultimedia: KDE multimedia applications.
kdemultimedia-devel: KDE multimedia application development libraries.
kdenetwork: Networking applications for the K Desktop environment.
kdenetwork-devel: Libraries to develop KDE networking applications.
kdenetwork-nowlistening: Xmms plugin for Kopete.
kdepim: A set of personal information management (PIM) tools for the KDE desktop.
kdepim-devel: Libraries needed to develop applications that use kdepim.
kdesdk: KDE software development kit.
kdesdk-devel: Development libraries for the KDE software development kit.
kdetoys: Utilities, such as kmoon (moon phases) and kworldwatch (watch timezones).
kdeutils: K desktop utilities.
kdeutils-devel: KDE utility development libraries.
kdevelop: Development tools to create applications with consistent KDE interfaces.
kernel-2.6.*: The Linux kernel for various types of CPU.
kernel-doc: Documentation files that come with parts of the Linux kernel source code.
kernel-smp-*: The symmetric multiprocessing Linux kernel version for various CPUs.
kernel-source: The source code files that are used to build the Red Hat Linux kernel.
kernel-utils: Several utilities to control the Linux kernel or the computer’s hardware.
kinput2-canna-wnn6: Server for X programs needing Canna or Wnn6 Japanese-text.
knm_new: A Kaname-cho font.
koffice: A set of office productivity applications.
koffice-devel: Files needed to develop plug-ins for KOffice.
koffice-i18n: Internationalization support for KOffice.
kon2: A Kanji emulator for the console.
kon2-fonts: Fonts for kon.
krb5-auth-dialog: Produces warning when Kerberos tickets are about to expire and provides renewal.
krb5*: Packages used to provide support for Kerberos authentication methods.
krbafs*: The krbafs library, with support for AFS tokens with Kerberos 5 credentials.
kudzu: The kudzu hardware autodetection and configuration utilities.
kudzu-devel: Header files used to create kudzu applications.
lam: Local Area Management (LAM) tools for managing clusters of network computers.
lapack: The Linear Algebra Package (LAPACK) to solve simultaneous linear equations.
less: Text browser, similar to more, but better.
lesstif: A free version of OSF/Motif, providing a set of widgets to develop applications.
lesstif-devel: Library and header files to develop Motif-1.2–based programs for LessTif.
lftp: A sophisticated ftp/http file transfer program.
lha: An archiving and compression utility for LHarc format archives.
libacl: Dynamic library for access control list support.
libacl-devel: Static libraries and headers for developing applications that use ACLs.
libaio: A Linux-native asynchronous I/O-access library.
libaio-devel: Development files creating applications that support libaio.
libao: A cross-platform audio output library.
libao-devel: Header files and documentation needed to develop applications with libao.
libart_lgpl: Graphic routine library used by libgnomecanvas.
libart_lgpl-devel: Libraries and headers needed to compile libart_lgpl.
libattr: Dynamic library for filesystem extended attributes.
libattr-devel: Libraries for developing programs that use extended filesystem attributes.
libacv1394: Firewire control library.
libacv1394-devel: Libraries required to build applications that use firewire devices.
libbtctl: Library for the GNOME Bluetooth Subsystem.
libbonobo: Corba-based component system for the GNOME desktop.
libbonobo-devel: Development libraries and headers for building bonobo applications.
libbonoboui: User interface components for bonobo applications.
libbonoboui-devel: Header files needed to compile applications that use libbonoboui.
libcap: A library for getting and setting POSIX.1e capabilities.
libcap-devel: Headers and libraries needed for developing applications that use libcap.
libcapplet0: GNOME 1 control center library compatibility package.
libcapplet0-devel: Header files for GNOME 1 control center library compatibility.
libcroco: A CSS2 parsing library.
libdbi: The C independent abstraction layer allowing multiple database connections.
libdbi-dbd-*: Libdbi support for various databases.
libdbi-devel: Development files needed to create applications that use libdbi.
libesmtp: A library that manages the posting of e-mail using SMTP.
libesmtp-devel: Development tools needed to develop applications using libesmtp.
libexif: EXIF image tag library.
libexif-devel: The files needed for libexif application development.
libf2c: Fortran 77 runtime libraries.
libgail-gnome: GAIL accessibility implementation for GTK+ and GNOME.
libgal2*: A variety of GNOME widget functions and utilities.
libgcc: GCC version 3.4 exception handling library.
libgcj: The Java runtime library for gcc.
libgcj-devel: Development tools associated with the Java runtime library for gcc.
libgcrypt: General-purpose crypto library based on GPG.
libgcrypt-devel: Development tools for libgcrypt.
libgda: Simplifies the writing of gnome database programs.
libgda-devel: Needed libraries for libgda.
libgfortran: Enables Fortran 95 compiled applicaions with libgda.
libghttp: GNOME http client library for making HTTP 1.1 requests.
libghttp-devel: Library and header files for libghttp development.
libglade: Libraries that can be used to create GLADE user interface applications.
libglade-devel: Tools and documentation for developing GLADE applications.
libglade2: The libglade library for loading user interfaces from XML descriptions.
libglade2-devel: Tiles needed to develop applications that use libglade.
libgnat: GNU Ada 95 runtime shared libraries.
libgnome: GNU Object Model Environment (GNOME) base libraries.
libgnomecanvas: Library for creating custom displays using common widgets.
libgnomecanvas-devel: Libraries and headers for libgnomecanvas development.
libgnomecups: GNOME library for CUPS integration.
libgnomecups-devel: GNOME library for CUPS integration (development files).
libgnomedb: Simplifies the writing of gnome database programs.
libgnomedb-devel: Needed libraries for writing and compiling libgda programs.
libgnome-devel: Libraries and headers for libgnome development.
libgnomeprint15: Components needed to support GNOME printing.
libgnomeprint22: GNOME printing library.
libgnomeprint22-devel: Libraries for developing printing in GNOME applications.
libgnomeprintui22: GUI support for libgnome print.
libgnomeprintui22-devel: Libraries for compiling libgnomeprintui applications.
libgnomeui: GNOME-based GUI library.
libgnomeui-devel: Libraries and headers for compiling libgnomeui applications.
libgpg-error: A library that defines common error values for all GnuPG components.
libgpg-error-devel: Files necessary to develop applications using libgpg-error.
libgsf: A library for reading and writing structured files.
libgsf-devel: Development libraries for reading and writing structured files.
libgtop2: A library that gets information about system usage.
libgtop2-devel: Components needed to develop applications to monitor system usage.
libIDL: Library for parsing Interface Definition Language.
libIDL-devel: Development libraries and headers for libIDL.
libidn: Implementation of the Stringprep, Punycode, and IDNA specifications.
libidn-devel: Libidn required libraries.
libieee1284: A library for interfacing IEEE 1284-compatible devices.
libieee1284-devel: Files for developing applications that use libieee1284.
libjpeg: The libjpeg library for manipulating JPEG images.
libjpeg-devel: Header files and libraries for creating programs that use JPEG images.
libmng: Library for working with images in MNG and JNG formats.
libmng-devel: Header files related to the libmng library.
libmng-static: Statically linked versions of the libmng library.
libmudflap: Contains support library which is needed for mudflap.
libmudflap-devel: Headers and static libraries needed when building mudflap- instrumented programs.
libmusicbrainz: Software library for accessing MusicBrainz servers.
libmusicbrainz-devel: Headers for developing programs that will use libmusicbrainz.
libobjc: Objective C runtime libraries.
libofx: Tools to support Open Financial Exchange (OFX) applications.
libofx-devel: Development components to support OFX.
libogg: Ogg bitstream format libraries.
libogg-devel: Documentation and header files for developing ogg applications.
libpcap: User level hooks for monitoring low-level network traffic.
libpng10: An old version of the libpng library for working with PNG image files.
libpng10-devel: Libraries and headers for developing programs that use PNG images.
libpng: The libpng library for working with PNG image files.
libpng-devel: Libraries and headers needed to develop programs that use PNG images.
libraw1394: Library providing low-level firewire access.
libraw1394-devel: Development libraries for using libraw1394 functionality.
librsvg2: An SVG library based on libart.
librsvg-devel2: Development files required to develop applications using librsvg.
libsane-hpoj: SANE scanner drivers for HP’s multi-function devices.
libselinux: SELinux library and simple utilities.
libselinux-devel: Header files and development documentation.
libsepol: Adds mandatory access controls to Linux.
libsepol-devel: Headers and libraries needed by libsepol.
libsilc: Client libraries needed by SILC clients.
libsilc-devel: Needed libraries for SILC.
libsilc-doc: HTML documentation for SILC.
libsoup: Library for enabling GNOME libraries to access HTTP servers.
libsoup-devel: Development tools for libsoup.
libstdc++: The EGCS libraries needed to run C++ applications.
libstdc++-devel: Standard C++ development libraries.
libtabe: Chinese lexicon libraries for xcin input method.
libtabe-devel: Header files and libraries required to develop applications to use libtabe.
libtermcap: Libraries to access the termcap database to manage character displays.
libtermcap-devel: Components to develop programs that access the termcap database.
libtheora: Xiph.Org video codec for use in the Ogg project.
libtheora-devel: Library and headers needed for libtheora development.
libtiff: Libraries for using and saving TIFF image files.
libtiff-devel: Development tools used to work with TIFF image files in applications.
libtool: The libtool shell scripts, used to build generic shared libraries.
libtool-libs: Runtime libraries for libtool utilities (to build generic shared libraries).
libtool-libs13: Compatibility libraries for the shared libraries in libtool-1.3.
libungif: Library functions needed to use and save GIF image files.
libungif-devel: Development tools to create applications to load and save GIF images.
libungif-progs: Several utilities for working with GIF images.
libusb: A library that facilitates access to USB devices.
libusb-devel: Development files needed to create applications that use libusb.
libuser: A standardized interface for administration of user accounts.
libuser-devel: Header files and static libraries to develop applications that use libuser.
libvorbis: The Ogg Vorbis open audio compression codec and runtime libraries.
libvorbis-devel: Header files and documentation to develop applications using libvorbis.
libwmf: Library for convertng wmf files to other formats.
libwmf-devel: Header files and documentation to develop applications using libwmf.
libwnck: Library for implementing pagers and tasklists.
libwnck-devel: Development files for applications that use libwnck.
libwpd: Library for handling WordPerfect documents.
libwpd-devel: Development tools for handling WordPerfect documents.
libwpd-tools: Tools for transforming WordPerfect documents.
libwvstreams: A network programming library written in C++.
libwvstreams-devel: Development files for applications that use libwvstreams.
libxfce4*: Packages for XFce descktop.
libxklavier: Library providing high-level API for X Keyboard Extension.
libxklavier-devel: Header files to develop libxklavier applications.
libxml: A library of functions for working with XML files.
libxml-devel: Contains tools for developing applications that use the libxml library.
libxml2: A library to work with XML and HTML files, including DTD support.
libxml2-devel: Development files for applications using libxml2.
libxml2-python: Python bindings for the libxml2 library.
libxslt: Tools to translate XML to structures using the XSLT transformation mechanism.
libxslt-devel: Libraries and include files required to develop applications using libxslt.
libxslt-python: Python bindings for the libxslt library.
lilo: The LILO (LInux LOader) program for booting Linux or other operating systems.
linc: A library for simplified writing of network programs.
linc-devel: Development files for applications that use linc functionality.
linuxdoc-tools: A text-formatting package based on SGML.
linuxwacom: Support files for running Wacom tablets under Linux.
linuxwacom-devel: Development files for manipulating Wacom tablets.
lm_sensors: Modules for interfacing with sensors that monitor computer hardware.
lm_sensors-devel: Software tools for interfacing with hardware monitors.
lockdev: The liblockdev library for locking devices.
lockdev-devel: Static library versions and headers for the liblockdev library.
logrotate: Rotate growing log files.
logwatch: A customizable log file analysis program.
lrzsz: The lrz and lsz utilities, which are used to provide Zmodem functions in Linux.
lslk: A utility for listing lock files.
lsof: A utility for listing information about open files.
ltrace: A tool for running and tracing the activities of a running command.
lv: The lv multilingual file viewer and related utilities.
lvm2: The new version of Logical Volume Manager for Linux.
lynx: A text-based Internet Web browser.
m2crypto: Support for OpenSSL in Python scripts.
m4: An implementation of the UNIX m4 macro processor.
macutils: Utilities for working with files that are often used with Macintosh computers.
Maelstrom: The Maelstrom (shoot-the-asteroids) game.
MagicPoint: An X11-based presentation tool.
mailcap: A configuration file for defining how special data types are handled.
mailman: A Web-oriented mailing list manager.
mailx: A small utility for easily sending plain text e-mail messages.
make: A utility for building and installing software from source code.
MAKEDEV: A program to create and maintain files in the /dev directory.
man: A facility for displaying system manual pages.
man-pages*: A set of packages containing manual pages in different languages.
mc: The Midnight Commander visual shell for managing a variety of file interfaces.
mdam: Software RAID array control utility.
memprof: A tool for memory profiling and leak detection.
memtest86: A thorough stand-alone memory tester for x86 architecture computers.
metacity: The metacity window manager.
mew: Messaging functions for Emacs.
mew-common: Functions used in mew and mew-xemacs.
mew-xemacs: Messaging functions for XEmacs.
mgetty: The mgetty implementation of getty for allowing logins over serial lines.
mgetty-sendfax: The sendfax program for sending faxes with the mgetty program.
mgetty-viewfax: The viewfax utility to show faxes that were received by mgetty.
mgetty-voice: The vgetty utilities for supporting voice communications with mgetty.
mikmod: The MikMod music file player for playing a variety of audio formats.
mingetty: A small implementation of getty for terminal logins.
miniChinput: A smaller version of Chinput, a Chinese XIM server.
minicom: A text-based modem control utility for communicating over serial lines.
mkbootdisk: A bootable floppy disk creation utility.
mkinitrd: A utility for creating initial RAM disk images.
mkisofs: A tool for creating ISO9660 (CD-ROM) file systems.
mktemp: A scripting utility for safely creating /tmp files.
mod_auth_mysql: Basic authentication for the Apache Web server using MySQL.
mod_auth_pgsql: Basic authentication for the Apache Web server using PostgresQL.
mod_dav_svn: Apache server module for Subversion software source repository.
mod_perl: A Perl interpreter used with Apache to allow it to interpret Perl code.
mod_perl-devel: Tools for building XS modules that use mod_perl.
mod_python: An embedded Python interpreter for the Apache Web server.
mod_ssl: An Apache module to provide secure cryptography using SSL and TLS.
modutils: Utilities for managing kernel modules (loading, unloading, and so on).
mozilla*: The Mozilla Web browser and related utilities and programming libraries.
mpage: Facilitates printing several pages of PostScript output on a single page.
mrtg: The Multi Router Traffic Grapher tool creates charts of network traffic.
mtools: Utilities for managing MS-DOS formatted disks.
mtr: A network diagnostic tool that combines ping and traceroute features.
mtr-gtk: A GTK interface to the mtr network diagnostic tool.
mt-st: The mt (magnetic tape) and st (SCSI tape) programs for managing tape drives.
mtx: A utility for working with tape libraries and autoloaders.
mutt: A text mode e-mail mail user agent.
mx: A collection of Python software tools.
MyODBC: An ODBC driver for MySQL.
mysql*: This set of packages contains the MySQL database application and tools.
MySQL-Python: Python modules to support MySQL.
nabi: Simple Hangul X Input Method.
namazu: A full-text search engine.
namazu-cgi: CGI interface to namazu.
namazu-devel: Libraries that allow applications to use namazu.
nano: A small text editor.
nasm: The nasm Netwide Assembler.
nasm-doc: Documentation for the nasm Netwide Assembler.
nasm-rdoff: Tools for the RDOFF binary format, which can be used with nasm.
nautilus: A network user window that integrates file, application, and Internet resources.
nautilus-cd-burner: CD burning front-end for GNOME and Nautilus.
nautilus-cd-burner-devel: Development support for applications using nautilus-cd-burner.
nautilus-media: Audio viewer for GStreamer.
nc: The Netcat (nc) utility for reading and writing data across TCP/IP connections.
ncftp: A feature-packed FTP client program, including session resumption.
ncompress: Fast compression and decompression utilities.
ncpfs: Components needed to use the Novell NetWare ncpfs file systems.
ncurses: A character-based screen GUI library.
ncurses-devel: Components to create applications to use the ncurses screen handling.
nedit: A GUI text editor for XWindows and Motif.
neon: An HTTP and WebDAV client library.
neon-devel: Development tools for neon.
netatalk: AppleTalk transport protocol implementation.
netatalk-devel: Development libraries that allow applications to use netatalk.
netconfig: A text-based tool for configuring network interfaces.
netdump: Tools that write kernel messages and crash dumps to a remote system.
netdump-server: A program that listens for kernel messages across a network.
netpbm: Tools for working with various graphic formats.
netpbm-devel: Static libraries and headers for the netpbm interface.
netpbm-progs: Scripts for working with graphical images.
net-snmp: A collection of SNMP tools and libraries.
net-snmp-devel: Development environment for the NET-SNMP project.
net-snmp-libs: Libraries supporting SNMP implementation.
net-snmp-perl: The perl NET-SMNP module and the mib2c tool.
net-snmp-utils: Network management utilities using SNMP.
net-tools: Basic networking tools such as ifconfig, netstat and route.
NetworkManager: Keep-alive for wired and wireless networks.
NetworkManager-gnome: Gnome-specific NetworkManagement applets and interface.
newt: A library for creating color, text-based, and widget-based user interfaces.
newt-devel: Header files and libraries to develop Newt-based text-mode applications.
newt-perl: Perl bindings used with the Newt widget library.
nfs-utils: Network File System (NFS) tools to share files and directories on a network.
nhpf: A utility for creating PostScript files in the Korean Hangul font.
nkf: The nkf network Kanji code conversion filter.
nmap: A network exploration tool and security scanner.
nmap-frontend: A Gtk+ front-end for nmap.
nptl-devel: Development libraries for using the NPTL libraries.
nscd: The nscd daemon for caching name services requests from NIS and DNS.
nss_db: Libraries to let programs access basic system information from BSD databases.
nss_db-compat: Libraries that provide access to older versions of BSD databases.
nss_ldap: The NSS library and PAM modules to support LDAP clients.
ntp: The Network Time Protocol daemon. Synchronizes system time from ntp servers.
ntsysv: A utility for configuring services at different run levels.
numactl: Basic NUMA policy support.
nut: Software tools for monitoring uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems.
nut-cgi: CGI scripts for monitoring UPS systems.
nut-client: Client utilities for monitoring UPS systems over a network.
nvi-m17n: Nvi text editor files for encoding Japanese, Korean, and Chinese.
nvi-ml17n-canna: The nvi multilingual text editor with support for canna input.
nvi-ml17n-nocanna: The nvi multilingual text editor without support for canna input.
oaf: An object activation framework for GNOME.
oaf-devel: Libraries and include files for developing applications that use oaf.
octave: The GNU octave tools for performing numerical computations.
Omni: Printer-driver support using Ghostscript.
Omni-foomatic: Foomatic data for the Omni printer-driver system.
open: Utility for using virtual consoles to run programs.
openh323: A library implementation of the H323 teleconferencing protocol.
openh323-devel: Libraries and headers needed to develop using openh323.
openhbci*: Client-side tools for Home Banking Computer Interface (HBCI) support.
openjade: Uutilities for parsing DSSSL SGML content.
openjade-devel: Development tools for openjade.
openldap: Components needed to run OpenLDAP programs.
openldap-clients: Client programs used to work with OpenLDAP directories.
openldap-devel: Tools and documentation needed to create LDAP client programs.
openldap-servers: Server programs used to make OpenLDAP directories available.
openldap-servers-sql: Interface sldap server with RDBMS services.
openmotif: The OpenMotif libraries and programs.
openmotif21: Compatibility libraries for OpenMotif 2.1.
openmotif-devel: Development libraries that enable the creation of Motif applications.
openobex: Open OBEX shared C library.
openobex-apps: Applications for using OBEX.
openobex-devel: Development tools for OpenOBEX.
openoffice: The OpenOffice.org comprehensive office suite.
openoffice-i18n: Internationalization for the OpenOffice office suite.
openoffice-libs: OpenOffice shared libraries.
openssh*: Components needed by OpenSSH client and server processes.
openssl*: Components needed to provide Secure Socket Layer (SSL) services.
openswan: Cost-free implementation of IPSEC and IKE for Linux.
oprofile: System-wide profiler for x86 processors.
oprofile-devel: Header files and libraries for developing apps that use oprofile.
ORBit*: Components used with the ORBit CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture) ORB (Object Request Broker).
ots: Text summarization tool.
ots-devel: Tools for developing ots programs.
pam_ccreds: Allows caching of network authentication credentials.
pam: Pluggable Authentication Modules libraries to select authentication mechanisms.
pam_krb5: A PAM library for use with Kerberos 5 authentication.
pam_passwdqc: A password strength checking module for pam applications.
pam_smb: A PAM module for authenticating against external SMB servers.
pam-devel: Static libraries and header files needed for PAM applications.
pan: A graphical USENET news reader.
pango: Pango software for rendering international text.
pango-devel: Development tools for Pango software that render international text.
parted: A utility for creating and resizing disk partitions.
parted-devel: The GNU parted library for manipulating disk partitions.
passivetex: TeX macros that process XSL formatting objects.
passwd: The passwd command for adding or changing user passwords.
patch: GNU Patch utility for modifying and upgrading files.
patchutils: Programs that manipulate patch files.
pax: The pax utility for creating and reading archive files.
pccts: Software tools that help implement compilers and other translation systems.
pciutils: Utilities to view and configure information for devices connected to a PCI bus.
pciutils-devel: Header files associated with PCI utilities.
pcmcia-cs: Utilities for handling PCMCIA devices.
pcre: A Perl-compatible, regular expression library.
pcre-devel: Headers and libraries needed for developing applications with pcre.
pdksh: The pdksh implementation of the David Korn’s Korn shell.
perl*: Perl high-level programming language and components.
php*: PHP embedded scripting language and components.
pilot-link: Tools for synchronizing a USR Palm Pilot with a Red Hat Linux system.
pilot-link-devel: Components needed to build the pilot-link application.
pinfo: A manual and info page viewer
pkgconfig: The pkg-config utility for entering package compilation options.
planner: The Planner visual project management application.
plugger: The generic Netscape plug-in for use with standard Linux programs.
pmake: The BSD 4.4 version of make.
pnm2ppa: Drivers for printing to HP PNA printers.
policycoreutils: Packages for SELinux policy core utilities.
popt: A C language library for parsing command-line parameters.
portmap: A utility for managing RPC connections for NFS and NIS.
postfix: A mail transport agent (MTA).
postgresql*: A set of packages to create and maintain a PostgreSQL database server.
ppp: The Point-to-Point Protocol daemon for managing serial line TCP/IP connections.
prelink: An ELF prelinking utility.
printman: GNOME print monitoring tool.
privoxy: Privacy proxy. Useful on individual workstations for enhancing Web privacy.
procinfo: A utility for displaying kernel information from /proc.
procmail: A local e-mail delivery management tool.
procps: Utilities, such as ps, free, and top, for displaying system information.
psacct: Process accounting utilities, such as ac, lastcomm, accton, and sa.
psgml: PSGML software that allows GNU Emacs to edit SGML and XML documents.
psmisc: Utilities, such as pstree, killall, and fuser, for managing processes.
pstack: A program that displays stack traces of running processes.
psutils: Utilities for manipulating PostScript documents.
pump-devel: Software development libraries to interface with the pump facility.
pvm: The pvmd daemon and related utilities for coordinating several virtual machines.
pvm-gui: The X-based xpvm tools for graphically managing a virtual machine.
pwlib: Portable Windows library to produce programs to run on Windows and UNIX.
pwlib-devel: Development libraries for creating applications that use pwlib.
pychecker: A Python source code checking tool.
pydict: An English/Chinese dictionary written in Python.
pygtk2: The modules that enable you to use gtk features in Python.
pygtk2-devel: Files to build wrappers to let GTK+ libraries interoperate with pygtk2.
pygtk2-libglade: The libglade module; provides a wrapper for the libglade library.
pyOpenSSL: Python wrapper around the OpenSSL library.
pyorbit: Python bindings for accessing the ORBit2 CORBA ORB.
pyorbit-devel: Development libraries for building ORBit2 add-on library wrappers.
PyQt: Contains the Python bindings for Qt.
PyQt-devel: Files needed to build bindings for C++ classes based on any Qt class.
PyQt-examples: Sample code demonstrating how to use the Python bindings for Qt.
Pyrex: Allows the mixing of Python and C data types as needed.
python: The Python interpreter, an object-oriented scripting language.
python-devel: Header files and libraries to add dynamically loaded Python extensions.
python-docs: Documentation for the Python programming language (text and LaTeX).
python-optik: Python bindings for the Optik comand line parsing library.
python-tools: Tools to provide a Tkinter-based IDE for Python.
pyxf86config: Python wrappers for the XFree86 configuration files.
PyXML: Xml libraries for Python.
qmkbootdisk: Graphical front-end for creating boot disks.
qt: The shared library for the Qt GUI toolkit.
qt-config: Simplifies GUI application development for X Windows.
qt-designer: User interface development tools for the Qt toolkit.
qt-devel: Components needed to develop Qt applications.
qt-MySQL: MySQL drivers for Qt’s SQL classes.
qt-ODBC: ODBC drivers for Qt’s SQL classes.
qt-PostgreSQL: Postgres drivers for Qt’s SQL classes.
quagga: Tools for managing TCP/IP routing protocol.
quagga-contrib: Third-party tools to use with quagga.
quagga-devel: Tools for developing quagga applications.
quanta: An HTML editor for the KDE environment.
quota: The quota, quotacheck, and quotaon tools for managing disk space.
radvd: The router advertisement daemon for IPv6.
rarpd: Reverse Address Resolution Protocol daemon.
rcs: The Revision Control System. Manages multiple versions of files.
rdate: Retrieves and sets date and time from network time servers.
rdesktop: Open source Windows Terminal Server client. Requires no server extensions.
rdist: Maintains exact copies of files on multiple computers.
readline: Allows programs to edit text lines with emacs keys.
readline-devel: Components for developing applications that use the readline library.
recode: Converts between character sets.
recode-devel: Development files that allow applications to use recode.
redhat-artwork: Artwork that makes up the Red Hat standard look and feel.
redhat-lsb: Linux Standards Base (LSB) support for Red Hat Linux.
redhat-menus: XML-based configuration and data files for desktop menus.
redhat-rpm-config: Red Hat–specific RPM configuration files.
reiserfs-utils: Utilities for checking and repairing ReiserFS file systems.
rhdb-utils: Miscellaneous utilities for PostgreSQL (Red Hat Edition).
rhgb: RedHat graphical boot.
rhn-applet: A panel applet that indicates that newer Red Hat packages are available.
rhnlib: Python libraries for the Red Hat Network project.
rhpl: Library of Python code used by programs in Red Hat Linux.
rhythmbox: Tool for ripping audio CDs, managing music, and burning CD-ROMs.
rmt: Remote tape device access utility.
rootfiles: The default user configuration files provided to the root user.
routed: A daemon that handles routing traffic and maintains routing tables.
rpm: A utility for installing and managing RPM (.rpm) software packages.
rpm-build: Development tools for creating RPM packages.
rpmdb-fedora: The RPM database for the entire Fedora Linux distribution.
rpm-devel: Components to create applications that manipulate RPM packages.
rpm-libs: Shared RPM libraries.
rpm-python: Native Python bindings to the RPM API.
rp-pppoe: PPP over Ethernet software, for connecting to an ISP over xDSL.
rsh: The rsh, rcp, rlogin remote access utilities.
rsh-server: Server-side daemon for the rsh remote access utilities.
rsync: A network file synchronization utility.
ruby*: This set of packages contains an object-oriented scripting language called Ruby.
rusers: Displays users who are logged in to machines on a local network.
rusers-server: Server-side daemon for the rusers utility.
rwall: A tool for sending messages to all who are currently logged in to a particular host.
rwall-server: Server-side daemon for the rwall utility.
rwho: Enables a user to determine who is logged into a given host.
samba: The Samba server software for sharing Windows files, folders, and printers.
samba-client: Samba utilities needed to provide file and print sharing with Windows.
samba-common: Samba configuration files and utilities for configuring a Samba server.
samba-swat: A Web-based samba configuration utility.
sane-backends: Scanner Access Now Easy utilities for using and managing scanners.
sane-backends-devel: Programming libraries for interfacing with scanners.
sane-frontends: Graphical front-end to SANE.
sash: A statically linked shell with simplified versions of some built-in commands.
schedutils: Utilities for working with process scheduler attributes.
screen: A utility for managing multiple logins on a single terminal.
scrollkeeper: A cataloging system for documentation on open systems.
SDL: Simple DirectMedia Layer for fast access to frame buffer and audio devices.
SDL-devel: Simple DirectMedia Layer application programming interface.
SDL_image: A sample image loading utility for SDL.
SDL_image-devel: A library for loading images for SDL applications.
SDL_mixer: Simple DirectMedia Layer (SDL) sound mixing tools.
SDL_mixer-devel: SDL sound mixing application development tools.
SDL_net: A portable network library for use with SDL.
SDL_net-devel: Libraries and include files to develop SDL networked applications.
sed: A text stream editor.
selinux-doc: SELinux documentation.
selinux-policy-strict: Used to add strong, mandatory default security policies.
selinux-policy-strict-sources: Contains files needed to build security configuration.
selinux-policy-targeted: Used to add strong, mandatory default security policies.
selinux-policy-targeted-sources: Contains files needed to build security configuration.
sendmail: The sendmail mail transport agent.
sendmail-cf: Utilities and files for generating a sendmail configuration file.
sendmail-devel: Development files for sendmail add-ons.
sendmail-doc: Sendmail documentation (PostScript and troff formats).
setarch: Tells the kernel to report a different architecture from the current one.
setools: SELinux tools for managing policy.
setools-gui: Graphical tools for handling SETools.
setserial: A utility for setting and viewing serial port information.
setup: Default versions of basic system configuration files located in /etc.
setuptool: A utility for accessing text mode configuration tools.
sg3_utils: Collection of Linux SCSI tools.
sgml-common: Catalog and DTD files used with SGML.
shadow-utils: Utilities for using shadow passwords and related user/group information.
shapecfg: Configures network bandwidth parameters.
shared-mime-info: Shared MIME information database.
sharutils: Utilities for encoding and decoding shell archives.
sip: Generates bindings for C++ classes for use by Python.
sip-devel: Files needed to generate Python bindings for any C++ class library.
skkdic: A dictionary for a simple Kana-Kanji conversion program.
skkinput: A Kana to Kanji converter with multiple input protocols.
slang: The S-Lang language extension libraries and related components.
slang-devel: Components needed to develop S-Lang–based applications.
slocate: Utility for locating files based on a centralized database updated nightly.
slrn: The slrn threaded Internet news reader.
slrn-pull: Spools news for offline news reading.
sound-juicer: CD ripping tool for GStreamer.
sox: A general-purpose sound configuration utility.
sox-devel: Libraries needed to develop SoX applications.
spamassassin: An e-mail spam filter based on an evolved genetic algorithm.
specspo: Object catalogues for internationalizing Red Hat packages.
speex: Voice compression format (codec).
speex-devel: Development package for speex.
splint: A C program error checker.
squid: A proxy caching server for HTTP, FTP, and gopher.
squirrelmail: The SquirrelMail Webmail client.
star: An archiving tool with ACL support.
stardict: An English-to-Chinese dictionary.
startup-notification: A library for tracking application startup.
startup-notification-devel: Header files and static libraries for libstartup-notification.
statserial: Displays signals on 9- and 25-pin serial ports.
strace: Traces system calls performed by a selected program.
stunnel: Adds secure SSL services to non-SSL applications.
subversion: A concurrent version control system.
subversion-devel: Development libraries for subversion applications.
subversion-perl: Perl libraries for subversion applications.
sudo: Enables administrative access to privileged commands on a limited basis.
swig: Connects C/C++/Objective C to other high-level languages.
switchdesk: The desktop switcher utility for changing window managers.
sylpheed: A GTK+-based e-mail and news client.
symlinks: Checks and corrects broken symbolic links.
synaptics: Synaptics touchpad driver.
sysfsutils: Interfaces for interacting with sysfs, a virtual filesystem in Linux.
sysfsutils-devel: Files needed to build programs using the libsysfs API.
sysklogd: The syslogd and klogd daemon processes, for logging system messages.
syslinux: A simple boot loader that can boot from a DOS (FAT) file system.
sysreport: Manages system checks for hardware problems.
sysstat: The sar and iostat system monitoring tools.
system-config-*: Red Hat utilities for configuring aspects of a Linux system. In previous versions of Fedora and Red Hat Linux, these utilities began with redhat-config.
system-logviewer: Graphical interface for viewing and searching log files.
system-switch-im: Enables easy swtiching between installed input methods.
system-switch-mail: Mail transport agent switcher.
system-switch-mail-gnome: GNOME-based mail transport agent switcher.
SysVinit: Basic Linux boot and startup programs.
taipeifonts: Chinese Big5 fonts.
talk: Talk client for one-on-one Internet chatting.
talk-server: A daemon process that facilitates one-on-one Internet chatting.
tar: Archival and restoration utility.
tcl: The TCL scripting language environment.
tcl-devel: TCL scripting language development tools.
tcl-html: HTML manuals for TCL.
tclx: TCL extensions designed to make Linux programming tasks easier to implement.
tclx-devel: Development components associated with TCL extensions.
tclx-doc: Documentation associated with TCL extensions.
tcp_wrappers: Small daemon programs that monitor insecure server processes.
tcpdump: A command-line utility for monitoring network traffic.
tcsh: A csh-like command shell interpreter.
telnet: The client program for the telnet remote login protocol.
telnet-server: The server side of the telnet remote login protocol.
termcap: Information for text terminal oriented applications.
tetex: Tools for creating TeTeX documents.
tetex-afm: The afm2tfm utility for converting PostScript font metric files.
tetex-doc: Documentation that describes how to produce TeX formatted documents.
tetex-dvips: The dvips utility for converting TeX files to PostScript format.
tetex-fonts: Fonts for use with TeX documents.
tetex-latex: LaTeX front-end utilities for producing TeX documents.
tetex-xdvi: The xdvi program to preview TeX output files in the X Window System.
texinfo: The texinfo system to develop online and printed documents.
tftp: The Trivial File Transfer Protocol. Used to boot diskless workstations.
tftp-server: Server side of the tftp protocol.
theora-tools: Command line tools for use with Theora bitstream.
time: A utility for monitoring processing time of a selected program.
timidity++: The Timidity++ MIDI player and converter.
tix: The Tix (Tk Interface Extension) add-on to the Tk widget set.
tix-devel: Tix header files and development documentation.
tix-doc: Tk Interface eXtension documentation.
tk: The Tk X Window System widget set, designed to work with tcl scripting.
tk-devel: Tk graphical toolkit for Tcl.
tkinter: The Tkinter graphical interface for the Python scripting language.
tmake: Creates and maintains project makefiles.
tmpwatch: Removes temporary files that have not been used for a set interval of time.
tn5250: 5250 Telnet protocol implementation.
tn5250-devel: Support files needed to use tn5250.
tora: A GUI-based database development tool.
totem: A simple movie player for the GNOME desktop.
traceroute: Traces the route of IP packets across a network.
transfig: Translates FIG or PIC figures to other formats.
tree: Displays the contents of directories in a tree format.
tsclient: Client for VNC and Windows Terminal Server.
ttcp: A tool for testing the throughput of TCP connections.
ttfonts-ja: Japanese True Type fonts.
ttfonts-ko: Baekmuk Korean True Type fonts.
ttfonts-zh_CN: Chinese True Type fonts.
ttfonts-zh_TW: Chinese True Type fonts.
ttfprint: A utility that converts a Chinese text file to PostScript.
ttmkfdir: A utility for creating fonts.scale files.
tux: A kernel-based threaded HTTP server.
tuxracer: A 3d racing game featuring Tux, the Linux mascot.
tvtime: A high-quality TV viewer.
tzdata: Time zone data.
udev: A userspace implementation of devfs.
umb-scheme: An implementation of the Scheme programming language.
units: Converts units from one type of measurement to another.
unix2dos: Converts Linux/UNIX files to DOS files.
unixODBC*: This set of packages contains tools for the ODBC driver manager.
unzip: A utility for testing, listing, and extracting files from .zip archives.
up2date: The Red Hat Linux update agent.
up2date-gnome: The GNOME interface to the up2date command.
urw-fonts: A free version of the 35 standard PostScript fonts.
usbutils: Utilities for inspecting USB devices.
usbview: The usbview utility for viewing USB devices.
usermode: Utilities, such as userinfo and userpasswd, for managing user data.
usermode-gtk: Graphical tools for a variety of user account management tasks.
utempter: The libutempter shared library and utempter command.
util-linux: Many basic Linux utilities for users and system administrators.
uucp: The classic uucp utilities for transferring files among remote host computers.
valgrind: Program/memory interaction tracking utility.
valgrind-callgrind: Valgrind instrumentation system for IA-32 Linux.
vconfig: Configures and adjusts 802.1q VLAN parameters.
VFlib2*: This set of packages contains tools for converting vector fonts to bitmaps.
vim-common: Support files for the vim editor.
vim-enhanced: Enhancements to the vim editor, including Python and Perl interpreters.
vim-minimal: A minimal version of the vim editor.
vim-X11: X Window-based implementation of the vim editor.
vino: VNC server for the GNOME enviroment.
vixie-cron: Vixie implementation of the cron utility, adding some security features.
vlock: The vlock utility for locking console sessions.
vnc: A robust application for viewing desktops from remote computers over a network.
vnc-doc: Documentation related to the vnc server and vncviewer applications.
vnc-server: Server daemon for the vnc desktop viewer.
vorbis-tools: Runtime library and utilities related to Vorbis audio format.
vsftpd: The Very Secure FTP daemon.
vte: Experimental terminal emulator widget for use with GTK+ 2.0.
vte-devel: Files needed for developing applications with vte.
w3c-libwww: The libwww Web API, a C interface for Linux, UNIX, and Windows.
w3c-libwww-apps: The w3c and webbot commands.
w3c-libwww-devel: Libraries and header files to create w3c-libwww applications.
w3m: A text file viewer that can also be used as a text-mode Web browser.
w3m-el: The w3m interface for emacs.
w3m-el-common: Common files used by w3m-el and w3m-el-xemacs.
w3m-el-xemacs: The w3m interface for XEmacs.
w3m-img: Inline helper application for displaying images in the w3m text-based Web browser.
webalizer: A flexible Web server log file analysis program.
wget: A simple HTTP or FTP file retrieval utility.
which: Shows the full path of a selected program.
wireless-tools: Tools for configuring communication to wireless Ethernet equipment.
wl: The Wanderlust IMAP4, POP, and NNTP client for GNU emacs.
wl-common: Common files for wl and wl-xemacs.
wl-xemacs: The Wanderlust IMAP4, POP, and NNTP client for XEmacs.
words: A dictionary of English words that exists in the /usr/dict directory.
wordtrans*: A multilanguage word translator and front-end for Qt, KDE, and WWW.
wvdial: The wvdial intelligent dialer for PPP.
x3270: Software for emulating an IBM 3270 terminal.
x3270-text: A text mode IBM 3270 terminal emulator.
x3270-x11: An X Window IBM 3270 terminal emulator.
xalan-j*: Set of packages for transforming XML documents into HTML.
Xaw3d: The Xaw3d libraries needed to run programs make use of MIT Athena widgets.
Xaw3d-devel: Xaw3d development tools (enhanced MIT Athena widgets for X).
xboard: A graphical, X-based interface to GNU chess.
xcdroast: Utilities for burning your own music and data CD-ROMs.
xchat: A feature packed X Window-based IRC chat utility.
xcin: An X-input method server for Chinese characters.
xdelta: A binary file delta generator and an RCS replacement library.
xdelta-devel: Static library and header files for the Xdelta environment.
xemacs: The libraries needed to run the emacs text editor.
xemacs-el: A variety of elisp programs for use with the emacs text editor.
xemacs-info: The info documentation for the emacs text editor.
xemacs-sumo-*: Xemacs Lisp sump packages.
xfce*: Lightweight desktop environment.
xfdesktop: Desktop manager for the XFce Desktop Environment.
xferstats: Compiles information about file transfers from logfiles.
xffm: Next generation file manager and XMB network navigator for XFce4.
xffm-icons: Icons for xffm file manager.
xfig: A utility for creating vector graphics that can be saved in a number of formats.
xfprint: Print manager for the XFce 4 Desktop environment.
xfsprogs: Utilities for managing the XFS file system.
xfsprogs-devel: XFS file system–specific static libraries and headers.
xfwm4: Next generation window manager for xfce.
xfwm4-themes: Additional themes for xfwm4.
xhtml1-dtds: XML document type definition for XHTML 1.0.
xinetd: A secure replacement for the inetd super server.
xinitrc: A utility for configuring X Window System startup.
xisdnload: A graphical tool for displaying load activity on ISDN network connections.
xloadimage: An image display and manipulation utility.
xml-common: A collection of XML entities and DTDs.
xmlsec1: Library providing support for XML Signature and XML Encryption standards.
xmlsec1-devel: Libraries, includes, and so on, to develop applications with XML Digital Signatures and XML Encryption support.
xmlsec1-openssl: OpenSSL crypto plugin for XML Security Library.
xmlsec1-openssl-devel: OpenSSL crypto plugin for XML Security Library.
xmltex: A namespace-aware XML parser written in TeX.
xmlto: A tool that converts XML to various formats using XSL.
xmms: A versatile multimedia player.
xmms-devel: Header files needed by the Xmms multimedia player.
xmms-flac: X MultiMedia System plugin to play FLAC files.
xmms-skins: Skins for the Xmms media player.
xojpanel: A graphical tool for displaying LCD contents on HP printers.
xorg-x11*: Set of package containing the X.Org X server and related utilities, fonts and documentation.
xosview: A utility for graphically showing system load and CPU usage.
xpdf: An open-source PDF file viewer.
xrestop: Utility to monitor applications' use of X server resources.
xsane: An X interface to the Sane scanner and digital camera framework.
xsane-gimp: A Gimp library interface to the xsane scanner and digital camera interface.
xscreensaver: A large set of screensaver programs.
xsnow: An X WindowSystem-based dose of Christmas cheer.
xsri: Displays images on the background of your X display.
xterm: The xterm terminal emulator command for the X Window System.
yelp: The GNOME 2 centralized help and documentation browser.
ypbind: The ypbind daemon process for binding NIS clients to an NIS domain.
ypserv: The ypserv components for setting up a Linux NIS server.
yp-tools: Tools for NIS based on the FreeBSD version of YP.
ytalk: A multiuser chat program.
yum: Tools for downloading and installing packages in RPM format.
zip: A compression and decompression utility.
zisof-tools: Utilities that create compressed CD-ROM file systems.
zlib: A general-purpose, patent-free, loss-less data compression library.
zlib-devel: Libraries for developing applications that require zlib compression.
zsh: A shell/command-line interpreter similar to an enhanced ksh.
zsh-html: Zsh shell manual in html format.