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Cannot find some packages in CentOS 6.2

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I am trying to run a set of applications (which was build and run on CentOS 5 successfully) on CentOS 6.2 (x86_64). I can't find following packages


Why are these packages not available in CentOS6? What are the replacement for these packages?

posted Jul 9, 2013 by anonymous

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Because they must have changed names... Use:
yum list | grep -i
yum search | grep -i

# yum list | grep -i radius
freeradius-krb5.x86_64                   2.1.12-4.el6_3                base     
freeradius-ldap.x86_64                   2.1.12-4.el6_3                base     
freeradius-mysql.x86_64                  2.1.12-4.el6_3                base     
freeradius-perl.x86_64                   2.1.12-4.el6_3                base     
freeradius-postgresql.x86_64             2.1.12-4.el6_3                base     
freeradius-python.x86_64                 2.1.12-4.el6_3                base     
freeradius-unixODBC.x86_64               2.1.12-4.el6_3                base     
freeradius-utils.x86_64                  2.1.12-4.el6_3                base     
freeradius.x86_64                        2.1.12-4.el6_3                base     

# yum search "chinese" | grep -i font
cjkuni-uming-fonts.noarch : Chinese Unicode TrueType font in Ming face
cjkuni-fonts-ghostscript.noarch : Chinese Unicode TrueType font ghostscript
cjkuni-ukai-fonts.noarch : Chinese Unicode TrueType font in Kai face
answer Jul 9, 2013 by anonymous
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