'GnomeRPM' is a graphical front end to the Redhat package management system. It is similar to Redhat's Glint, but doesn't call the rpm executable for installs, which means that it is faster, and the interface should be more responsive. It also has rpmfind functionality, so you get the RPM best suited to your system as well as all the RPMs it depends on that you don't have.
released on 26 February 2004
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