|RPM Browser for Windows is a Windows tool for Linux
This FREE utility will allow you to
examine the structure of RPM files.
Additionally, it will allow file extraction from the embedded archive
via a 32-bit port of CPIO.
While binary files aren't too useful from the Windows platform, source
files can be viewed from within your favorite editor.
Written using Microsoft Visual C++, this tool is lightning fast!
We've provided a number of resources here to help you resolve problems,
report bugs, and suggest improvements to RPM Browser
Please contact me via
the Suggestion box.
Package Manager was developed by Red
Hat Software to efficiently manage Linux software installation. |
see the RPM HOWTO.
RPM is fully described in the book Maximum
RPM and is supported by a very active Linux cognoscenti. See the official RPM
We'll provide links to Linux Stuff, as well
as pertinent RPM resources, like the many RPM repositories.
here for a list of RPM repositories...]
DOWNLOAD the beta version of RPM
Browser for Windows. See the list of known problems
and future developments.
Browser for Windows has received ZDNet's
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