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Filesystems/ Filesystems and related tools
shells/ various shells
PAM/ The Pluggable Authentification Modules library & modules
cyrix100.tgz (29191) Cyrix cpu tools
dsp16-8.tgz (2653)
fdutils-4.3.src.tar.gz (88698)
fdutils-4.3.lsm (972)
kmouse-0.32.tar.gz (26999) kernel mouse server
kmouse-0.32.lsm (590)
mconv2.tar.gz (8122)
mconv2.lsm (551)
mmouse10.tgz (17231) multi-mouse (allows two or more mice on the same computer)
mmv-1.0-tx.tgz (23180) multi-mv (mv, cp, ln, on multiple files, using masks. Ex: mmv "*.txt" "=1.bak")
nosey.a00.tgz (32336)
rman.tar.Z (88259)
tkman.tar.Z (191245)
dpkg_1.4.0.3_i386.nondebbin.tar.gz (204967) Debian packages installation tools
hdparm-3.1-1.i386.rpm (16809) This is a utility for setting Hard Drive parameters. It is useful for tweaking performance and for doing things like spinning down hard drives to conserve power.
rlpr-1.41.tar.gz (71611) remote printing between hosts on the internet
rootfiles-1.3-1.i386.rpm (3080) This package contains all the startup files for the root user. These are basically the same files that are in the etcskel package.
SysVinit-2.69-1.i386.rpm (55495) SysVinit is the first program started by the Linux kernel when the system boots, controlling the startup, running, and shutdown of all other programs.
dialog-0.6-7.i386.rpm (37155) Dialog is a utility that allows you to build user interfaces in a TTY (text mode only). You can call dialog from within a shell script to ask the user questions or present with choices in a more user friendly manner. See /usr/doc/dialog-*/samples for some examples.
filesystem-1.2-1.i386.rpm (6450) This package contains the basic directory layout for a Linux system, including the proper permissions for the directories. This layout conforms to the Linux Filesystem Standard (FSSTND) 1.2.
mmv-1.01b-1.i386.rpm (19712) utility for wildcard renaming, copying, etc.
hdtool-2.0-1.i386.rpm (15696) Tcl/Tk Interface to hdparm 2.4
keyboardtool-0.1-1.i386.rpm (18061) Keyboard configuration tool for control-panel
alien-5.12-1.src.rpm (38969) Alien allows you to convert Debian and Slackware Packages into Red Hat packages, which can be installed with rpm. It can also convert into Slackware and Debian packages. This is a tool only suitable for binary packages.
adduser-1.7-1.src.rpm (5110) The adduser program creates a new username on your system by adding the name to the username and group databases and (optionally) creating and populating a home directory for the user.
adduser-1.7-1.noarch.rpm (4639) The adduser program creates a new username on your system by adding the name to the username and group databases and (optionally) creating and populating a home directory for the user.
lsof-3.68-1.src.rpm (541485) Lsof's name stands for LiSt Open Files, and it does just that. It lists information about files that are open by the processes running on a UNIX system.
sudo-1.5.2-1.i386.rpm (186663) Allows command execution as root for specified users
sudo-1.5.2-1.src.rpm (287839) Allows command execution as root for specified users
dialog-0.6-7.src.rpm (55563) Dialog is a utility that allows you to build user interfaces in a TTY (text mode only). You can call dialog from within a shell script to ask the user questions or present with choices in a more user friendly manner. See /usr/doc/dialog-*/samples for some examples.
rpmverify-0.3-1.src.rpm (5042) This package contains a script that will run once a month from the crontab that will verify the installed rpm packages using no verification scripts from the rpm itself vs information contained in the rpm database and mail the results to root.
mt-st-0.4-4.src.rpm (17150) The mt program can be used to perform many operations on tapes, including rewind, eject, skipping files and blocks, etc.
mouseconfig-2.22-1.src.rpm (43410) This is a text based mouse configuration tool. You can use it to set the proper mouse type for programs like 'gpm'. It also can be used in conjunction with the Red Hat Xconfigurator to setup the mouse for the X Window System.
sysnews-0.8-4.src.rpm (17092) This program is used to display system related news to the users at login. it should be placed in the system-wide startup file of the shells available on the system. (/etc/profile for bash/sh, /etc/csh.login for csh/tcsh, /etc/zprofile for zsh, etc..), so its executed every time a user logs in. (i suggest to use `news -n', that way only article titles will be displayed and the user can decide when s/he wants to read it) the system news is kept in a directory /var/sysnews (this can be changed) where each sysnews article is a separate file (with the filename being the sysnews title.) to add a system news article, just edit one with your favorite editor and copy it /var/sysnews read the man-page for more details. Charles. (int@link.xs4all.nl)
MAKEDEV-2.3.1-1.noarch.rpm (10809) The /dev tree holds special files, each of which corresponds to a type of hardware device that Linux supports. This package contains a script which makes it easier to create and maintain the files which fill the /dev tree.
MAKEDEV-2.3.1-1.src.rpm (13030) The /dev tree holds special files, each of which corresponds to a type of hardware device that Linux supports. This package contains a script which makes it easier to create and maintain the files which fill the /dev tree.
expect-5.24-12.i386.rpm (367816) Expect is a tool for automating interactive applications such as telnet, ftp, passwd, fsck, rlogin, tip, etc. It makes it easy for a script to control another program and interact with it.
setuptool-1.0-1.noarch.rpm (5385) setup is a friendly text-mode menu program that gives you easy, instant access to all the text-mode configuration programs in Red Hat Linux.
setuptool-1.0-1.src.rpm (4847) setup is a friendly text-mode menu program that gives you easy, instant access to all the text-mode configuration programs in Red Hat Linux.
mingetty-0.9.4-5.i386.rpm (16253) mingetty, by Florian La Roche, is a lightweight, minimalist getty for use on virtual consoles only. mingetty is not suitable for serial lines (the author recommends using `mgetty' for that purpose).
setserial-2.12-3.i386.rpm (15431) Setserial is a program which allows you to look at and change various attributes of a serial device, including its port, its IRQ, and other serial port options.
setserial-2.12-3.src.rpm (62230) Setserial is a program which allows you to look at and change various attributes of a serial device, including its port, its IRQ, and other serial port options.
SysVinit-2.71-3.src.rpm (101737) SysVinit is the first program started by the Linux kernel when the system boots, controlling the startup, running, and shutdown of all other programs.
gpm-libc5-1.12-1.i386.rpm (10171) GPM adds mouse support to text-based Linux applications such as emacs, Midnight Commander, and more. It also provides console cut-and-paste operations using the mouse. Includes a program to allow pop-up menus to appear at the click of a mouse button.
vixie-cron-3.0.1-20.i386.rpm (27949) cron is a standard UNIX program that runs user-specified programs at periodic scheduled times. vixie cron adds a number of features to the basic UNIX cron, including better security and more powerful configuration options.
vixie-cron-3.0.1-20.src.rpm (69411) cron is a standard UNIX program that runs user-specified programs at periodic scheduled times. vixie cron adds a number of features to the basic UNIX cron, including better security and more powerful configuration options.
autorpm-1.1-1.src.rpm (29582) AutoRPM is a program that can do any combination of the following: mirror RPMs from an FTP site, keep installed RPMs consistent with an FTP site or local directory, and keep installed RPMs in a cluster or network of systems consis- tent. It is highly flexible... and if it can't do something, email me and I will probably implement that too...
crontabs-1.6-1.noarch.rpm (2256) The root crontab file is used to schedule execution of various programs.
crontabs-1.6-1.src.rpm (2296) The root crontab file is used to schedule execution of various programs.
dev-2.5.4-1.i386.rpm (81305) Unix and unix like systems (including Linux) use file system entries to represent devices attached to the machine. All of these entries are in the /dev tree (though they don't have to be), and this package contains the most commonly used /dev entries. These files are essential for a system to function properly.
dev-2.5.4-1.src.rpm (15558) Unix and unix like systems (including Linux) use file system entries to represent devices attached to the machine. All of these entries are in the /dev tree (though they don't have to be), and this package contains the most commonly used /dev entries. These files are essential for a system to function properly.
timetool-2.3-5.noarch.rpm (7882) Timetool is a graphical interface for setting the current date and time for your system.
timetool-2.3-5.src.rpm (8690) Timetool is a graphical interface for setting the current date and time for your system.
mktemp-1.4-2.i386.rpm (5892) mktemp is a small utility that interfaces to the mktemp() function call to allow shell scripts and other programs to use files in /tmp safely.
mktemp-1.4-2.src.rpm (6217) mktemp is a small utility that interfaces to the mktemp() function call to allow shell scripts and other programs to use files in /tmp safely.
tkinfo-2.4-2.noarch.rpm (57773) TkInfo is a tk script to read GNU "info" files and display them. TkInfo can be used stand alone (via WISH), or embedded within an application to provide integrated, on-line help.
tkinfo-2.4-2.src.rpm (57872) TkInfo is a tk script to read GNU "info" files and display them. TkInfo can be used stand alone (via WISH), or embedded within an application to provide integrated, on-line help.
logrotate-2.5-2.i386.rpm (17234) Logrotate is designed to ease administration of systems that generate large numbers of log files. It allows automatic rotation, compression, removal, and mailing of log files. Each log file may be handled daily, weekly, monthly, or when it grows too large.
logrotate-2.5-2.src.rpm (26645) Logrotate is designed to ease administration of systems that generate large numbers of log files. It allows automatic rotation, compression, removal, and mailing of log files. Each log file may be handled daily, weekly, monthly, or when it grows too large.
at-3.1.7-2.i386.rpm (32667) at and batch read commands from standard input or a specified file which are to be executed at a later time, using /bin/sh.
at-3.1.7-2.src.rpm (91731) at and batch read commands from standard input or a specified file which are to be executed at a later time, using /bin/sh.
lpr-0.31-1.i386.rpm (70068) This package manages printing services. It manages print queues, sends jobs to local printers and remote pritners, and accepts jobs from remote clients.
sysklogd-1.3-19.i386.rpm (53000) This is the Linux system and kernel logging program. It is run as a daemon (background process) to log messages to different places. These are usually things like sendmail logs, security logs, and errors from other daemons.
sysklogd-1.3-19.src.rpm (96057) This is the Linux system and kernel logging program. It is run as a daemon (background process) to log messages to different places. These are usually things like sendmail logs, security logs, and errors from other daemons.
helptool-2.4-3.noarch.rpm (7778) The help tool provides a unified graphical interface for searching through many of the help sources available, including man pages and GNU texinfo documents.
helptool-2.4-3.src.rpm (8710) The help tool provides a unified graphical interface for searching through many of the help sources available, including man pages and GNU texinfo documents.
modemtool-1.21-1.noarch.rpm (4986) The modem tool is a graphical simple configuration tool for selecting which of your serial ports is connected to a modem.
modemtool-1.21-1.src.rpm (9007) The modem tool is a graphical simple configuration tool for selecting which of your serial ports is connected to a modem.
netcfg-2.19-3.noarch.rpm (45500) Red Hat Linux netcfg provides a GUI interface which allows you to easily administrate your network setup.
netcfg-2.19-3.src.rpm (21522) Red Hat Linux netcfg provides a GUI interface which allows you to easily administrate your network setup.
printtool-3.27-1.noarch.rpm (30690) The printtool provides a graphical interface for setting up printer queue. It manages both local printers and remote printers. Windows (SMB) printers can also be configured.
printtool-3.27-1.src.rpm (35568) The printtool provides a graphical interface for setting up printer queue. It manages both local printers and remote printers. Windows (SMB) printers can also be configured.
usercfg-3.5-6.noarch.rpm (26507) The User and Group Configurator Tool provides a graphical user interface which allows you to add users to your system, remove them, edit their characteristics, and manage groups of users.
usercfg-3.5-6.src.rpm (14227) The User and Group Configurator Tool provides a graphical user interface which allows you to add users to your system, remove them, edit their characteristics, and manage groups of users.
rpm-es.mo-2.5.1-1.noarch.rpm (12309) Whith this package the rpm program will be able to display its messages in spanish when the environnement variable LANG is set to "es".
rpm-es.mo-2.5.1-1.src.rpm (12811) Whith this package the rpm program will be able to display its messages in spanish when the environnement variable LANG is set to "es".
alien-5.12-1.i386.rpm (40729) Alien allows you to convert Debian and Slackware Packages into Red Hat packages, which can be installed with rpm. It can also convert into Slackware and Debian packages. This is a tool only suitable for binary packages.
shadow-utils-970616-9.i386.rpm (160786) This package includes the programs necessary to convert standard UNIX password files to the shadow password format, as well as programs for command-line management of the user's accounts. - 'pwconv' converts everything to the shadow password format. - 'pwunconv' unconverts from shadow passwords, generating a file in the current directory called npasswd that is a standard UNIX password file. - 'pwck' checks the integrity of the password and shadow files. - 'lastlog' prints out the last login times of all users. - 'useradd', 'userdel' and 'usermod' for accounts management. - 'groupadd', 'groupdel' and 'groupmod' for group management. A number of man pages are also included that relate to these utilities, and shadow passwords in general.
shadow-utils-970616-9.src.rpm (365358) This package includes the programs necessary to convert standard UNIX password files to the shadow password format, as well as programs for command-line management of the user's accounts. - 'pwconv' converts everything to the shadow password format. - 'pwunconv' unconverts from shadow passwords, generating a file in the current directory called npasswd that is a standard UNIX password file. - 'pwck' checks the integrity of the password and shadow files. - 'lastlog' prints out the last login times of all users. - 'useradd', 'userdel' and 'usermod' for accounts management. - 'groupadd', 'groupdel' and 'groupmod' for group management. A number of man pages are also included that relate to these utilities, and shadow passwords in general.
sharutils-4.2-8.i386.rpm (88833) The shar utilities can be used to encode and package a number of files, binary and/or text, in a special plain text format. This format can safely be sent through email or other means where sending binary files is difficult.
sharutils-4.2-8.src.rpm (308961) The shar utilities can be used to encode and package a number of files, binary and/or text, in a special plain text format. This format can safely be sent through email or other means where sending binary files is difficult.
stat-1.5-6.i386.rpm (5108) The stat program prints out filesystem level information about a file, including permissions, link count, inode, etc.
stat-1.5-6.src.rpm (7003) The stat program prints out filesystem level information about a file, including permissions, link count, inode, etc.
time-1.7-4.i386.rpm (13713) The 'time' utility is used as a sort of 'stopwatch' to time the execution of a specified command. It can aid in the optimization of programs for maximum speed, as well as a number of other uses.
time-1.7-4.src.rpm (105996) The 'time' utility is used as a sort of 'stopwatch' to time the execution of a specified command. It can aid in the optimization of programs for maximum speed, as well as a number of other uses.
tksysv-1.0-1.noarch.rpm (14130) This is a graphical tool for manipulating run levels. It allows you to control what services get started and stopped for every run level.
tksysv-1.0-1.src.rpm (14014) This is a graphical tool for manipulating run levels. It allows you to control what services get started and stopped for every run level.
tmpwatch-1.4-1.i386.rpm (6658) This package provides a program that can be used to clean out directories. It recursively searches the directory (ignoring symlinks) and removes files that haven't been accessed in a user-specified amount of time.
tmpwatch-1.4-1.src.rpm (7194) This package provides a program that can be used to clean out directories. It recursively searches the directory (ignoring symlinks) and removes files that haven't been accessed in a user-specified amount of time.
utok-1.5-1.i386.rpm (10505) utok, Unique TOKens, takes a list of arguments with delimiters and reject all duplicate entries. Here is a example using MANPATH: $ echo $MANPATH /usr/man:/usr/local/man $ MANPATH=`utok $HOME/local/man /usr/local/man $MANPATH /usr/openwin/man` $ export MANPATH $ echo $MANPATH /home/sven/local/man:/usr/local/man:/usr/man:/usr/openwin/man Even though /usr/local/man was included a second time it is only in the MANPATH once, though it is now before the /usr/man entry instead of after it.
utok-1.5-1.src.rpm (21574) utok, Unique TOKens, takes a list of arguments with delimiters and reject all duplicate entries. Here is a example using MANPATH: $ echo $MANPATH /usr/man:/usr/local/man $ MANPATH=`utok $HOME/local/man /usr/local/man $MANPATH /usr/openwin/man` $ export MANPATH $ echo $MANPATH /home/sven/local/man:/usr/local/man:/usr/man:/usr/openwin/man Even though /usr/local/man was included a second time it is only in the MANPATH once, though it is now before the /usr/man entry instead of after it.
tree-1.2-1.i386.rpm (11555) This program is basically a UNIX port of the very useful DOS utility 'tree', which prints out a view of the specified directory tree, along with the files it owns. Includes support for 'color ls'-style listings.
tree-1.2-1.src.rpm (19352) This program is basically a UNIX port of the very useful DOS utility 'tree', which prints out a view of the specified directory tree, along with the files it owns. Includes support for 'color ls'-style listings.
file-3.22-6.i386.rpm (55809) This package is useful for finding out what type of file you are looking at on your system. For example, if an fsck results in a file being stored in lost+found, you can run file on it to find out if it's safe to 'more' it or if it's a binary. It recognizes many file types, including ELF binaries, system libraries, RPM packages, and many different graphics formats.
file-3.22-6.src.rpm (80927) This package is useful for finding out what type of file you are looking at on your system. For example, if an fsck results in a file being stored in lost+found, you can run file on it to find out if it's safe to 'more' it or if it's a binary. It recognizes many file types, including ELF binaries, system libraries, RPM packages, and many different graphics formats.
psmisc-17-1.i386.rpm (27153) This package contains programs to display a tree of processes, find out what users have a file open, and send signals to processes by name.
psmisc-17-1.src.rpm (23928) This package contains programs to display a tree of processes, find out what users have a file open, and send signals to processes by name.
procps-1.2.9-2.i386.rpm (90226) A package of utilities which report on the state of the system, including the states of running processes, amount of memory available, and currently-logged-in users.
procps-1.2.9-2.src.rpm (147739) A package of utilities which report on the state of the system, including the states of running processes, amount of memory available, and currently-logged-in users.
procps-X11-1.2.9-2.i386.rpm (4428) A package of X-based utilities which report on the state of the system. These utilities generally provide graphical presentations of information available from tools in the procps suite.
pciutils-1.09-1.i386.rpm (36692) This package contains various utilities for inspecting and setting of devices connected to the PCI bus. Requires kernel version 2.1.85 or newer (supporting the /proc/bus/pci interface).
pciutils-1.09-1.src.rpm (53093) This package contains various utilities for inspecting and setting of devices connected to the PCI bus. Requires kernel version 2.1.85 or newer (supporting the /proc/bus/pci interface).
rhs-hwdiag-0.30-1.i386.rpm (36086) A package of utilities which report on the devices of the system. PnP probing of serial and parallel devices is supported. Useful for reporting errors to Red Hat concerning hardware.
rhs-hwdiag-0.30-1.src.rpm (37512) A package of utilities which report on the devices of the system. PnP probing of serial and parallel devices is supported. Useful for reporting errors to Red Hat concerning hardware.
rhsound-1.7-3.src.rpm (9259) The fake "service" created by rhsound allows sound modules to be loaded in contrallable runlevels and preserves mixer settings on shutdown/restarts
passwd-0.50-11.i386.rpm (11541) This password-changing program uses PAM (Pluggable Authentication Modules) to set or change a password. Like all PAM-capable applications, it can be configured using a file in the /etc/pam.d/ directory.
gpm-1.13-8.i386.rpm (104099) GPM adds mouse support to text-based Linux applications such as emacs, Midnight Commander, and more. It also provides console cut-and-paste operations using the mouse. Includes a program to allow pop-up menus to appear at the click of a mouse button.
gpm-devel-1.13-8.i386.rpm (11840) This package allows you to develop your own text-mode programs that take advantage of the mouse.
procinfo-16-1.i386.rpm (28127) procinfo is a package to allow you to get useful information from /proc. /proc is the kernel filesystem. This is a place you can go to acquire information from your running kernel.
procinfo-16-1.src.rpm (27843) procinfo is a package to allow you to get useful information from /proc. /proc is the kernel filesystem. This is a place you can go to acquire information from your running kernel.
libwcsmbs-0.0.5-2.i386.rpm (10560) libwcsmbs パッケージは、標準 glibc パッケージに追加して用いる ことで、マルチバイト文字が扱えるようになります。
libwcsmbs-0.0.5-2.src.rpm (32294) libwcsmbs パッケージは、標準 glibc パッケージに追加して用いる ことで、マルチバイト文字が扱えるようになります。
wcsmbs-locale-0.4.9-2.nosrc.rpm (753056) This package contains the wcsmbs shared librairies that allows 16 bit locales support on glibc 2.0; thus needed for chinese, japanese and korean.
man-1.5a-6.i386.rpm (153189) The man page suite, including man, apropos, and whatis. These programs are used to read most of the documentation available on a Linux system. The whatis and apropos programs can be used to find documentation related to a particular subject. Starting from version 1.5, the man distribution contains also a man2html utility, which is a nroff -> HTML converter that can act as a CGI script as well as a command line utility. This release has configuration tweaked to support the bzip2 compression utility.
man-1.5a-6.src.rpm (179628) The man page suite, including man, apropos, and whatis. These programs are used to read most of the documentation available on a Linux system. The whatis and apropos programs can be used to find documentation related to a particular subject. Starting from version 1.5, the man distribution contains also a man2html utility, which is a nroff -> HTML converter that can act as a CGI script as well as a command line utility. This release has configuration tweaked to support the bzip2 compression utility.
utempter-0.5-3mdk.i386.rpm (8561) Utempter is a utility which allows some non-privileged programs to have required root access, yet without compromising system security. It accomplishes this task by acting as a buffer between root and the programs.
rhs-printfilters-1.51-5mdk.i386.rpm (31256) The rhs-printfilters package contains a set of print filters which are primarily meant to be used with the Red Hat printtool. These print filters provide an easy way for users to handle printing numerous file formats.
rhs-printfilters-1.51-5mdk.src.rpm (32777) The rhs-printfilters package contains a set of print filters which are primarily meant to be used with the Red Hat printtool. These print filters provide an easy way for users to handle printing numerous file formats.
control-panel-3.11-5mdk.src.rpm (28698) The Red Hat control panel is an X program launcher for the X Window System. Both convenient and pleasing, the Red Hat control panel allows you easy access to numerous X-based system administration tools included in your Red Hat Linux system. Eventually, you'll want to work with many of your system administration tools; this package helps you locate and launch many of them.
setconsole-1.0-11mdk.noarch.rpm (6040) Setconsole is a basic system utility for setting up the /etc/inittab, /dev/systty and /dev/console files to handle a new console. The console can be either the local terminal (i.e., directly attached to the system via a video card) or a serial console.
setconsole-1.0-11mdk.src.rpm (10405) Setconsole is a basic system utility for setting up the /etc/inittab, /dev/systty and /dev/console files to handle a new console. The console can be either the local terminal (i.e., directly attached to the system via a video card) or a serial console.
setup-2.0.2-1mdk.noarch.rpm (11126) The setup package contains a set of very important system configuration and setup files, such as passwd, group, profile and more. You should install the setup package because you will find yourself using its many features for system administration.
setup-2.0.2-1mdk.src.rpm (12091) The setup package contains a set of very important system configuration and setup files, such as passwd, group, profile and more. You should install the setup package because you will find yourself using its many features for system administration.
fileutils-4.0i-1mdk.src.rpm (961449) These are the GNU file management utilities. It includes programs to copy, move, list, etc, files. The ls program in this package now incorporates color ls!
rpm-3.0.3-22mdk.i386.rpm (965699) The Red Hat Package Manager (RPM) is a powerful command line driven package management system capable of installing, uninstalling, verifying, querying, and updating software packages. Each software package consists of an archive of files along with information about the package like its version, a description, etc.
rpm-3.0.3-22mdk.src.rpm (1094897) The Red Hat Package Manager (RPM) is a powerful command line driven package management system capable of installing, uninstalling, verifying, querying, and updating software packages. Each software package consists of an archive of files along with information about the package like its version, a description, etc.
rpm-devel-3.0.3-22mdk.i386.rpm (213438) This package contains the RPM C library and header files. These development files will simplify the process of writing programs which manipulate RPM packages and databases and are intended to make it easier to create graphical package managers or any other tools that need an intimate knowledge of RPM packages in order to function. This package should be installed if you want to develop programs that will manipulate RPM packages and databases.
chkconfig-1.0.6-4mdk.i586.rpm (31600) Chkconfig is a basic system utility. It updates and queries runlevel information for system services. Chkconfig manipulates the numerous symbolic links in /etc/rc.d, so system administrators don't have to manually edit the symbolic links as often.
chkconfig-1.0.6-4mdk.src.rpm (27210) Chkconfig is a basic system utility. It updates and queries runlevel information for system services. Chkconfig manipulates the numerous symbolic links in /etc/rc.d, so system administrators don't have to manually edit the symbolic links as often.


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