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Old 05-01-2002, 02:03 PM   #1
Registered: Jun 2001
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Distribution: CentOS 5.3
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Earlier versions of rpms

I have RedHat-6.2 with Gnome-1.0. The Sourceforge page lists Gnome 1.2+ as a dependency for an application I want. There are a lot of earlier versions listed on that page. I would think one of them was written back when Gnome 1.0 was commonly used and uses it as the dependency. Any idea how I can find out if an earlier version only needed 1.0? The html links to the older versions ae no longer there, but the downloads are.

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