hello guys, i am trying out SuSe tonight (i'd admit that was quite some hassle for me to get the latest distro without ISOs available -_-) before i totally wipe of redhat 9 psyche from my harddrive... coz i am kinda frustrated by its rpm installer...
i was wondering, if there are ways i can "check" my list of RPMs installed wihtout using the good ol' terminal "rpm" way, or the crappy Gnome-rpm which was built in (and damn it doesn't show the rpms i custom-installed) ?
I had no problems like that in mandrake coz it has a very nice rpm installer that lets u search for and customize installs of downloaded rpms from the net (only that mandrake has really poor support of vmware.. -_- the vmware perl script can't search for the kernel source code for recompiling
if u can show me how that'd be great)
any suggestions will be great
thanks in advance!