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Find Slackware Packages, Browse Slackware Repositories - pkgs.org

Hi!
Let me introduce a project for find and download Slackware packages and browse Slackware repositories.

The site provides following features:
* Large, daily updated database with RPM, DEB, TGZ, TXZ packages for well-known repositories of the Slackware, Fedora, CentOS, RHEL, Debian, Ubuntu, openSUSE and Mandriva distributions
* Packages browser by distribution, repository and packages group
* Detailed packages information (name, version, description, architecture, files, requires, etc.)
* HTTP, FTP, RSYNC mirrors for the package downloading
* Packages search by name, summary, description, requires, provides, files and directories
* Effective site navigation
* XHTML/CSS markup
* RSS

Project site: Find Linux Software and Packages

Last edited by lystor; 07-25-2010 at 03:34 PM..
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Last edited by lystor; 07-25-2010 at 03:34 PM..
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The project website was changed to pkgs.org
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