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Old 04-16-2006, 06:26 AM   #1
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yum list command

first up I am a total linux newbie. When i run the yum list command i get packages listed in alphabetical order but only starting with the letters from p - z. How do i see the rest?.I know there are other packages available from a - o but i cannot see them.
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$yum list | less
Read the manual for "less" to get more info on how to use the less command.


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