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MySQL Linux-programs

I have installed Red Hat Linux 9.0 recently on my computer.
Im wondering if there are any good sites for downloading linux programs besides the site of Red Hat.

Thank you in advance!Smilie
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Also, in redhat there is a great site filled with prebuilt binaries. for redhat9
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Thanks for the interesting sites!Smilie
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