Posted on 1998-05-02
Last Modified: 2013-12-15
Since I installed the 2.1.99  kernel It complanis (or tell me ) that my gpm is old and I shall upgrade so I can use /dev/ttyS0 instaed of /dev/cua0. Where can I find the newes gpm ???
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beyondrob earned 10 total points
ID: 1627072
This archive hosts 8710 RPMs representing 14278 MBytes of data

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But I can't find anything under the redhat-5.0 part. I like one compiled with gcc (or doesn't I).

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ID: 1627074
I always use the search by name part since many utilities are not specific to any distro. gpm-1.13-1 is there for linux/i386

on your computer type: rpm -q gpm  to find out which version you currently have.

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ID: 1627075
OK! I vas looking fpr the source but thanks. You just showed me the best page I have ever seen with rpm's.


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