fedora core 2. rpm wont load

i can seem to install any rpm pacages. when i try to open them with file browser i get the mesage "There is no action associated with filename.rpm" what is the apps that should be able  install rps. preferable gui since im not that good with linux yet. but ill fight with the command line if i have to. the distro is fedora core 2.

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   Because there are 10 more option for "rpm", so for install *.rpm, you just simply bring a terminal and cd to that directory and
# rpm ivh *.rpm

Then rpm will be installed.



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kpackage manager( i use this one)   or rpmwizard http://freshmeat.net/projects/rpmwiz/ for KDE
nautilus-rpm  for gnome   http://freshmeat.net/projects/nautilus-rpm/
mercury8001Author Commented:
thank u both for the help. both sugestions where very helpfull.
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