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Old 12-09-2011, 02:29 PM   #1
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How to find out the correct category more efficiently during RHEL installation


During the installation, at some point we have to choose the package list. However, it seems a little difficult to locate the correct category (Development, Application, Server, etc) under which the package can be located. For instance to install wireshark I have to search it under different categories and eventually find it in say base. Whereas after installation, we can type in the name of the package from install/update software and it shows the location. So similar to this is there any facility which will facilitate choosing the package? I am thinking, may be there is some resource online which makes a list of this category wise. I was trying to do google search but unfortunately it misunderstood showing yum related resources instead which is post-installation.

So please help here if you know any such resource.



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