Tuesday, July 17, 2012

23 Linux cd command examples

This is a basic post to show you what we can do with cd command to reduce your time spending at terminal by using alias, tips and some shortcuts. cd(Change Directory) is a basic command which is used to change your working directory from one to other. Here are some productivity tips and some less known tips to you people. Feel free to comment on this.

Example1: Change working directory to /abc/xyz

cd /abc/xyz

Example2: Change directory from present working directory to /var/ftp to /var/ftp/pub using absolute path.
cd /var/ftp/pub

Example3: Change directory from present working directory /var/ftp to /var/ftp/pub using relative path.

cd pub

Click here more about Absolute and Relative path.

Example4: Change working directory to user’s home directory from anywhere in the directory structure


cd ~


Example5: Sometimes we want to change directory to previous working directory which we changed from. And revert to previous working directory we can use same command. This is vary much useful cd command.

cd -

Example6: Change working directory to parent directory.

cd ..

Example7: Change working directory to present working directory. This command is of no use because this will change the directory to present directory itself.

cd .

Example8: Change working directory to parents parent directory or two levels up in the directory structure.

cd ../..

Exampl9: How about changing three levels up in the directory.
cd ../../..

And so on how many directories levels up you want to change that many you can do.

Example10: I am in /var/ftp folder and I want to change the directory to /etc/samba with single command. How can I do that?

cd ../../etc/samba

cd command supports wildcards such as ?(for single character), * for multiple character and directory completion.

Example11: Change the working directory to /var/ftp without mentioning ftp fully.

cd /var/ft?

This will change the directory to /var/ftp

Example12: Change the working directory

cd /var/f*

This will change the directory to /var/ftp, if /var directory contain only one folder which starts with f letter.

Example13: Change directory to /home/surendra/redhat/ubuntu with out typing all the characters using

cd /h/s/r/u

Note: Press tab to complete directory name.

Example14: We can use simple alias to reduce our time at terminal. Keep these alias in .bashrc(for bash shell) or .profile(for ksh shell) files in user’s home directories.

alias cd1=’cd ..’
alias cd2=’cd ../..’
alias cd3=’cd ../../..’
alias cd4=’cd ../../../..’
alias cd5=’cd ../../../../..’
We can even keep frequently executed cd commands and long path cd commands as alias so that we can reduce the time of typing.

Example15: We can even use function to create a new directorie and change working directory to new directory with one command. We can use below function which should be kept in ~/.bashrc(for bash shell) and ~/.profile for each user

mdcd () { mkdir -p $1 && cd $1 }

Note: Save the .bashrc file once edited the source it otherwise we have to logout and login to take this effect.

Now we can use mdcd as command to create a directory and change to it.

Example16: A function for changing the directory and listing the the content.

cdls () { cd $1 && ls }

Example17: Use CDPATH built-in variable to store multiple directory structures so that we can directly change the director by just using name of sub directory you want to change.

For Oracle admins the main directory to work is /opt/oracle/oradba/oratemp
Now I set CDPATH to /opt/oracle/oradba/oratemp. From now on words you can just do cd oratemp and your cd command will directly take you to /opt/oracle/oradba/oratemp. Keep the below command in ~/.bashrc file and source it.

export CDPATH=/opt/oracle/oradba

Example18: We can store multiple paths in CDPATH with : as separator. this is similar to PATH variable which stores location to binaries/executables.

export CDPATH=/opt/oracle/oradba:/var/fpt/pub/lead

The following examples are used in shell scripting to store changed directory locations into a stack for future uses.

Example19: Use pushd command to change the directory and note these changes to a stack. This is similar to cd command.

pushd /var/ftp/pub

Example20: To go to last working directory we can use popd, which will remove the directory entry from the stack


Example21: To list all the directories in the stack


Example23: shopt is an excellent command used to set shell options. This command will give you full control what options are set and not set. With this command we can make cd to correct any spelling mistakes in the directory structure.

shopt -s cdspell

After this if you try to change directory /var/ftp but typed wrong as /var/fdp this error is taken care once the above option is set.

cd /var/fdp

Please share your thoughts on this.

Thursday, June 28, 2012

How to open a tar file in Unix or Linux?

A lot of the downloadable Linux or Unix files found on the internet are compressed using a tar or tar.gz compression format. So, knowing how to open or untar these compressed files becomes very important. In the following examples, we will explain how to untar both popular formats and how to extract the contents to a different directory.

How to open or Untar a "tar.gz" file in Linux or Unix:

The following tutorial assumes the name of your file is yourfile.tar.gz Replace with your actual filename.

1. From the terminal, change to the directory where yourfile.tar.gz has been downloaded.
2. Type tar -zxvf yourfile.tar.gz to extract the file to the current directory.

You can specify a different directory to extract to using -C parameter and a path to the directory as follows:

Example: tar -C /myfolder -zxvf yourfile.tar.gz

How to open or Untar a "tar" file in Linux or Unix:

1. From the terminal, change to the directory where yourfile.tar has been downloaded.
2.Type tar -zxvf yourfile.tar to extract the file to the current directory.
3. Or tar -C /myfolder -zxvf yourfile.tar to extract to another directory.

How Can I Do Archiving With Tar?
The tar Command

The tar (tape archive) command bundles a bunch of files together and creates an archive (commonly called a tar file or tarball) on a tape, disk drive, or floppy disk. The original files are not deleted after being copied to the tar file. To create an archive using tar, use a command like this, which bundles all the files in the current directory that end with .doc into the alldocs.tar file:

tar cvf alldocs.tar *.doc

Here's a second example, which creates a tar file named panda.tar containing all the files from the panda directory (and any of its subdirectories):

tar cvf panda.tar panda/

In these examples, the c, v, and f flags mean create a new archive, be verbose (list files being archived), and write the archive to a file. You can also create tar files on tape drives or floppy disks, like this:

tar cvfM /dev/fd0 panda Archive the files in the panda directory to floppy disk(s).
tar cvf /dev/rmt0 panda Archive the files in the panda directory to the tape drive.

The /dev/fd0 entry is Linux-ese for "floppy drive zero" (your A drive under DOS), and /dev/rmt0 means "removable media tape zero," or your primary tape drive. The M flag means use multiple floppy disks--when one disk is full, tar prompts you to insert another.

To automatically compress the tar file as it is being created, add the z flag, like this:

tar cvzf alldocs.tar.gz *.doc

In this example, I added the .gz suffix to the archive file name, because the z flag tells tar to use the same compression as the gzip command.

To list the contents of a tar file, use the t (type) flag in a command, like this:

tar tvf alldocs.tar List all files in alldocs.tar.

To extract the contents of a tar file, use the x (extract) flag in a command, like this:

tar xvf panda.tar Extract files from panda.tar.

This will copy all the files from the panda.tar file into the current directory. When a tar file is created, it can bundle up all the files in a directory, as well as any subdirectories and the files in them. So when you're extracting a tar file, keep in mind that you might end up with some new subdirectories in the current directory.

We've used several different flags in the sample tar commands so far. Here's a list of the most common flags:

c Create a new archive.
t List the contents of an archive.
x Extract the contents of an archive.
f The archive file name is given on the command line (required whenever the tar output is going to a file)
M The archive can span multiple floppies.
v Print verbose output (list file names as they are processed).
u Add files to the archive if they are newer than the copy in the tar file.
z Compress or decompress files automatically.

For more information on the tar command, see the tar manual.

Friday, June 22, 2012

Dynamic Root Disk (DRD)

DRD Concepts : -
Minimizing Downtime with Dynamic Root Disk

HP's Dynamic Root Disk (DRD) product is a new tool that enables software maintenance and recovery on an HP-UX operating system with minimum system down time. Using DRD, you can easily and safely copy a system image from vg00 to a "clone" volume group.

DRD ensures that the clone volume group's LVM structure, file systmes, files, and directories are identical to the original volume group. If the original boot disk is mirrored, DRD can optionally create a mirror in the clone volume group, too.

When the administrator installs software or patches, or modifies configuration files on the active boot disk, the clone remains unchanged.

DRD clone functionality can potentially decrease both planned and unplanned downtime.

DRD Benefit: Minimizing Unplanned Downtime:

Most HP-UX administrators implement disk mirroring to protect against disk hardware failures. However, a careless typo by a system administrator, security breaches, and critical software defects could corrupt both mirrors. In some cases, the administrator can only recover by booting from a system recovery tape, which requires system downtime.

If the failed system has a DRD clone, the administrator can simply activate and boot the DRD clone, which requires much less downtime.

DRD Benefit: Minimizing Planned Downtime:

Installing software and patches sometimes requires system downtime.

Using DRD commands, you can apply patches, install software products and make other modifications to the cloned system image without affecting the active system image. Then during the next convenient maintenance window, reboot the system from the patched/cloned system image with very minimal downtime. If the patches cause problems for applications, simply reboot using the original disk.

DRD Rehosting:

All DRD functionality, with the exception of rehosting, is now supported on HP-UX 11iv3 systems using VxVM 5.0 root volumes.

Creating and Updating a Clone:

If you have the MirroDisk/UX license, you can create a mirrored clone.

DRD also supports cloning of a VxVM root on HP-UX 11i v3.

Accessing Inactive Images via DRD-Safe Commands:

Administrators can execute commands on the inactive image via the drd runcmd
utility. DRD includes safeguards to ensure that commands executed via this utility never affect the
active system image. drd runcmd can only be used to execute "DRD-Safe" commands.
Attempts to use drd runcmd to execute commands that aren't DRD-Safe fail.
The current DRD-Safe list includes nine commands:

* swinstall
* swremove
* swlist
* swmodify
* swverify
* swjob
* kctune
* update-ux
* view

Activating an Inactive Image:

The administrator can use the drd activate command to reboot the system using the inactive system image at any time. Booting from the inactive system image offers a number of benefits:

* If accidental or intentional changes to the active system image cause problems, boot from the inactive image to restore system functionality without a time consuming tape restore.

* After installing patches on the inactive system image with drd runcmd swinstall, activate the inactive system image during the next maintenance window to make the new patches take effect.

Thursday, May 10, 2012

How to Check Swap Space in Linux ??

Linux uses Swap Space to back its physical memory with an overflow area. In most cases the suggested amount is a disk space equal to the amount of physical memory you have installed.

Below, we'll check to see how the swap is defined and being used by your system.
From your root userid, enter the command "swapon -s". This will show your allocated swap disk or disks, if any. Your output should look like the following:

Enter the command "free". This will show both your memory and your swap usage. Your output should be similar to the following:

Sunday, May 6, 2012

How to Setup two IP address on single NIC in Linux...

Setting up two IP address on one NIC

This is a small how-to to set up two are more IP address on single LAN card. There are some times which require two IP address to set up so that we can make a Linux box as a router. This can be possible without even having two NIC cards. We can configure two different IP address on single Network Card as shown below.

Setting up 2 IP address on “One” NIC. This example is on ethernet.

STEP 1:Setting up first IP address. Edit /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 on Redhat Linux box and give the following entries as shown.

vi /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0


STEP 2: Setting up second IP address. Create one file as /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0:1 and give the entries as below in to this file.

vi /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0:1


STEP 3: Once you configure above files and save them. Now reload the network service on your machine.

#service network reload

STEP 4: Check if you get the IP address assigned to the eth0 and eth0:1 interfaces respectively.


Note1: We can assign virtual IP to the same interface with ifconfig but that one is not permanent so not giving info on that.

Note2: We can assign up to 16 virtual IP address to a single NIC card.

Friday, May 4, 2012

Convert Binary,HEX, Oct to decimal in Linux/Unix

Convert Binary,HEX, Oct to decimal

This is a small Shell tutorial on how to convert different bases to other bases.
Some times when working as system admin you require to convert different number systems to others. In this post we will see how to convert different number systems to others.

Decimal to Binary

echo "obase=2; 23" | bc


Let me explain above command. obase is a special variable in bc command which defines the output base value for a given number. There is one more special variable for bc command called ibase which defines input base value. In our example we did not mention ibase so by default it will take my input value as decimal value. So we feed obase=2 and decimal number 23 to bc command to convert decimal 23 in to binary number.

Decimal to Octal number

echo "obase=8; 23" | bc

Decimal to Hex number

echo "obase=16; 23" | bc

Decimal to any base number

convert decimal number to base 4 number system

echo "obase=4; 23" | bc

How about convert to base 7?

echo "obase=7; 23" | bc

Binary to decimal

echo "ibase=2; 11010101" | bc

Oct to decimal

echo "ibase=8; 723" | bc

Hex to decimal

echo "ibase=16; 23" | bc

How about converting binary to Oct?

echo "ibase=2;obase=8 1010101" | bc

As given above we can convert any number system to any number systems
Other ways to do base convertions

bc will convert from any base to any other base. There are some other tools which can do partially these conventions.
$(()) –can convert hex to decimal

echo $((0x123))

printf command can convert hex and oct to decimal

decimal to Octal

printf "%o\n" 123

decimal to Hex

printf "%x\n" 123

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

How to view/list only directories in Linux?

This is a small post for Linux new babies. Viewing folders can be achieved by two ways in linux/unix

Through ls command
Through find command

With ls we have to use grep to get the directory listings..

Ls –l | grep ^d


[root@test shishir_a]# ls -l | grep ^d

d——— 2 shishir_a shishir_a 4096 Sep 8 09:54 HTWFAIP

drwxrwxr-x 2 shishir_a root 4096 Nov 27 12:30 LinuxCBT – RHEL5

drwxrwxr-x 2 shishir_a root 4096 Oct 12 16:40 Software

Through find command

find . -type d

The above command will show you all the file types which are directories in present working directory.

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Welcome to cfg2html

cfg2html - Config To HTML Collector

Cfg2html is a collection of shell scripts for various platforms. It
creates a HTML and plain ASCII system documentation for HPUX,
SCO-UNIX, AIX, Sun OS/Solaris, Embedded systems, Brocade
switches and Linux systems.

Everything is included to rebuild a crashed system from scratch!

Cfg2html is widely used to document the actual system
In 1998 the cfg2html engine was developed. On
the February 1st. 1999 the HP-UX version 0.80
was initially released to the public.


Common interface and command line
• One shell script for all operating systems
• Table driven engine (working prototype exists)
• Common license (GPL)
• XHTML 1.0 strict output
• XML output
• Adding the ParaDB (CI-DB) + web interface
• CVS/SVN repository for public access

[root@redhat Desktop]# unzip cfg2html-linux-2.zip

Archive: cfg2html-linux-2.zip
inflating: cfg2html-linux-2.11-20110523/cfg2html-linux_2.11-1.dsc
inflating: cfg2html-linux-2.11-20110523/cfg2html-linux_2.11-1.tar.gz
inflating: cfg2html-linux-2.11-20110523/cfg2html-linux_2.11-1_all.deb
inflating: cfg2html-linux-2.11-20110523/cfg2html-linux_2.11-1_i386.changes
inflating: cfg2html-linux-2.11-20110523/cfg2html-linux-2.11-1.noarch.rpm
inflating: cfg2html-linux-2.11-20110523/descript.ion
extracting: cfg2html-linux-2.11-20110523/Packages.gz
inflating: cfg2html-linux-2.11-20110523/README_cfg2html.txt

[root@redhat Desktop]# cd cfg2html-linux-2.11-20110523/

[root@redhat cfg2html-linux-2.11-20110523]# ls


[root@redhat cfg2html-linux-2.11-20110523]# rpm -ivh cfg2html-linux-2.11-1.noarch.rpm

Preparing... ########################################### [100%]
1:cfg2html-linux ########################################### [100%]

[root@redhat cfg2html-linux-2.11-20110523]# cfg2html

--=[ http://come.to/cfg2html ]=-----------------------------------------------
Starting cfg2html-linux version 2.11-2011-05-20
Path to Cfg2Html /usr/bin/cfg2html-linux
HTML Output File ./redhat.server.html
Text Output File ./redhat.server.txt
Partitions ./redhat.server.partitions.save
Errors logged to ./redhat.server.err
Started at 2012-04-19 10:38:34

--=[ http://come.to/cfg2html ]=-----------------------------------------------

Collecting: Linux System Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5 (Tikanga) ..............................
Collecting: Cron and At .......
Collecting: Hardware ..........................
Collecting: Software .......
Collecting: Filesystems, Dump- and Swapconfiguration ...........
Collecting: Multipath Configuration ........
Collecting: LVM ........
Collecting: Network Settings ...............................
Collecting: Kernel, Modules and Libraries ................
Collecting: System Enhancements ..
Collecting: Applications and Subsystems ..........
Collecting: Custom plugins .
Collecting: Local files .

--=[ http://come.to/cfg2html ]=-----------------------------------------------
/usr/bin/cfg2html: line 44: syntax error near unexpected token `else'
/usr/bin/cfg2html: line 44: `else'

[root@redhat cfg2html-linux-2.11-20110523]# ls


[root@redhat cfg2html-linux-2.11-20110523]# hostname

Open or Double Click the redhat.server.html file

DOWNLOAD FROM : http://www.cfg2html.com/

file : cfg2html-linux-2.11-1.noarch.rpm

command : cfg2html

Monday, April 16, 2012

Linux log files location and how do I view logs files?

Q. I am new to Linux and I would like to know where are the log files located under Debian or Cento OS or RED HAT Linux server? How do I open or view log files?

A. Almost all logfiles are located under /var/log directory (and subdirectory). You can change to this directory using cd command but you need to be the root user. You can use less, more, cat or tail command to see the logs.

Go to /var/logs directory:# cd /var/logsView common log file /var/log/messages using any one of the following command:

# tail -f /var/log/messages
# less /var/log/messages
# more -f /var/log/messages
# vi /var/log/messages


Jul 17 22:04:25 router dnsprobe[276]: dns query failed
Jul 17 22:04:29 router last message repeated 2 times
Jul 17 22:04:29 router dnsprobe[276]: Primary DNS server Is Down... Switching To Secondary DNS server
Jul 17 22:05:08 router dnsprobe[276]: Switching Back To Primary DNS server
Jul 17 22:26:11 debian -- MARK --
Jul 17 22:46:11 debian -- MARK --
Jul 17 22:47:36 router -- MARK --
Jul 17 22:47:36 router dnsprobe[276]: dns query failed
Jul 17 22:47:38 debian kernel: rtc: lost some interrupts at 1024Hz.
Jun 17 22:47:39 debian kernel: IN=eth0 OUT= MAC=00:0f:ea:91:04:07:00:08:5c:00:00:01:08:00 SRC= DST= LEN=60 TOS=0x00 PREC=0x00 TTL=46 ID=21599 DF PROTO=TCP SPT=59297 DPT=22 WINDOW=5840 RES=0x00 SYN URGP=0

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Error: Cannot open/read repomd.xml file for repository: yum

Here is the step by step how to prepare your local repo to remote installation through ftp:

Hi ,

Disabled SELinux and Firewall completely .. still getting the same error..

I have wrote the config files below..with the exact error.

# yum install httpd

Repository 'yum' is missing name in configuration, using id
This system is not registered with RHN.
RHN support will be disabled. [Errno 4] IOError: [Errno ftp error] 550 Failed to change directory.
Trying other mirror.
Error: Cannot open/read repomd.xml file for repository: yum

Client side : File name under /etc/yum.repos.d/clientyum.repo

[Client. Repo]
name= Client. Repo

Server side : yum config file

name= Server.repo

Hi guys,

Here is the step by step how to prepare your local repo to remote installation through ftp:

1. First you have to copy all of the contents of the CDs to /var/ftp/pub
(I am assuming you have installed ftp server (for example: vsftpd) in your server).

2. Secondly, install createrepo*.rpm

3. Run createrepo -v /package/directory
# createrepo -v /var/ftp/pub

4. Once you're done run the following command: (this is intended to run yum groupinstall "something" or yum grouplist or yum list all or yum update)

5. Before you run yum command like: yum groupinstall or yum grouplist, please prepare a repo file on your client side. In this case,
I am using server.repo in server side and client.repo to client side; put in the directory /etc/yum.repos.d/

[root@shishir ~]# vi /etc/yum.repos.d/clientyum.repo

Please, remember not to touch anything related to repo file on the server side and client side.

6. Type the client.repo that you put on your client side.

Add the following directives to your repo file:

name= Client.Repo

7. You're all set, check with yum grouplist, you should get this output:

[root@shishir ~]# yum grouplist
Loading "rhnplugin" plugin
Loading "installonlyn" plugin
This system is not registered with RHN.
RHN support will be disabled.
Setting up Group Process
Setting up repositories

You can yum command and it has option to show a list of all packages that are not presently installed and can be installed.

yum list available
yum list available | less
yum list available | grep package
yum list available "pacakge"

[root@shishir ~]#yum list all
Loading "rhnplugin" plugin
Loading "installonlyn" plugin
This system is not registered with RHN.
RHN support will be disabled.
Setting up repositories
Reading repository metadata in from local files

bind-chroot.i386 30:9.3.3-7.el5 redhat-client
bind-devel.i386 30:9.3.3-7.el5 redhat-client
bind-libbind-devel.i386 30:9.3.3-7.el5 redhat-client
bind-sdb.i386 30:9.3.3-7.el5 redhat-client
binutils-devel.i386 redhat-client
bison.i386 2.3-2.1 redhat-client
bison-devel.i386 2.3-2.1 redhat-client
bison-runtime.i386 2.3-2.1 redhat-client
bitmap-fonts-cjk.noarch 0.3-5.1.1 redhat-client
blas.i386 3.0-37.el5 redhat-client
blas-devel.i386 3.0-37.el5 redhat-client
bluez-hcidump.i386 1.32-1 redhat-client
bluez-libs-devel.i386 3.7-1 redhat-client
bluez-utils-cups.i386 3.7-2 redhat-client
bogl.i386 0.1.18-11.2.1.el5.1 redhat-client
bogl-bterm.i386 0.1.18-11.2.1.el5.1 redhat-client
bogl-devel.i386 0.1.18-11.2.1.el5.1 redhat-client
boost.i386 1.33.1-10.el5 redhat-client
boost-devel.i386 1.33.1-10.el5 redhat-client
boost-doc.i386 1.33.1-10.el5 redhat-client
bootparamd.i386 0.17-24.devel.2.1 redhat-client
booty.noarch 0.80.4-1 redhat-client
bridge-utils.i386 1.1-2 redhat-client
brlapi-devel.i386 0.4.1-1.fc6 redhat-client
brltty.i386 3.7.2-1.fc6 redhat-client
bsf.i386 2.3.0-11jpp.1 redhat-client
bsf-javadoc.i386 2.3.0-11jpp.1 redhat-client
bsh.i386 1.3.0-9jpp.1 redhat-client
bsh-demo.i386 1.3.0-9jpp.1 redhat-client
bsh-javadoc.i386 1.3.0-9jpp.1 redhat-client
bsh-manual.i386 1.3.0-9jpp.1 redhat-client
bug-buddy.i386 1:2.16.0-2.el5 redhat-client
busybox-anaconda.i386 1:1.2.0-3 redhat-client
byacc.i386 1.9-29.2.2 redhat-client
bzip2-devel.i386 1.0.3-3 redhat-client
cachefilesd.i386 0.7-6.el5 redhat-client
caching-nameserver.i386 30:9.3.3-7.el5 redhat-client
cairo-devel.i386 1.2.4-1.fc6 redhat-client
cairo-java.i386 1.0.5-3.fc6 redhat-client
cairo-java-devel.i386 1.0.5-3.fc6 redhat-client
castor.i386 0.9.5-1jpp.7 redhat-client
castor-demo.i386 0.9.5-1jpp.7 redhat-client
castor-doc.i386 0.9.5-1jpp.7 redhat-client
castor-javadoc.i386 0.9.5-1jpp.7 redhat-client
castor-test.i386 0.9.5-1jpp.7 redhat-client
castor-xml.i386 0.9.5-1jpp.7 redhat-client
cdparanoia-devel.i386 alpha9.8-27.2 redhat-client
cdrecord-devel.i386 9:2.01-10 redhat-client
check-devel.i386 0.9.3-5.fc6 redhat-client
classpathx-jaf.i386 1.0-9jpp.1 redhat-client
classpathx-jaf-javadoc.i386 1.0-9jpp.1 redhat-client
classpathx-mail.i386 1.1.1-4jpp.2 redhat-client
classpathx-mail-javadoc.i386 1.1.1-4jpp.2 redhat-client
cman.i386 2.0.60-1.el5 redhat-client
cman-devel.i386 2.0.60-1.el5 redhat-client
compat-db.i386 4.2.52-5.1 redhat-client
compat-gcc-34.i386 3.4.6-4 redhat-client
compat-gcc-34-c++.i386 3.4.6-4 redhat-client
compat-gcc-34-g77.i386 3.4.6-4 redhat-client
compat-glibc.i386 1:2.3.4-2.26 redhat-client
compat-glibc-headers.i386 1:2.3.4-2.26 redhat-client
compat-libf2c-34.i386 3.4.6-4 redhat-client
compat-libgcc-296.i386 2.96-138 redhat-client
compat-libstdc++-296.i386 2.96-138 redhat-client
compat-libstdc++-33.i386 3.2.3-61 redhat-client
compat-openldap.i386 2.3.27_2.2.29-5 redhat-client
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