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Name : sh-utils
Version : 2.0.11 Vendor : Turbolinux,Inc_< http://the_turbolinux_co_jp/bugzilla/>
Release : 1 Date : 2003-09-16 21:19:19
Group : System Environment/Shells Source RPM : sh-utils-2.0.11-1.src.rpm
Size : 1.99 MB
Packager : Turbolinux,Inc_< http://the_turbolinux_co_jp/bugzilla/>
Summary : A set of GNU utilities commonly used in shell scripts.
Description :
The GNU shell utilities are a set of useful system utilities which
are often used in shell scripts. The sh-utils package includes
basename (to remove the path prefix from a specified pathname),
chroot (to change the root directory), date (to print/set the
system time and date), dirname (to remove the last level or the
filename from a given path), echo (to print a line of text), env
(to display/modify the environment), expr (to evaluate expressions),
factor (to print prime factors), false (to return an unsuccessful
exit status), groups (to print the groups a specified user is a
member of), id (to print the real/effective uid/gid), logname (to
print the current login name), nice (to modify a scheduling priority),
nohup (to allow a command to continue running after logging out),
pathchk (to check a file name\'s portability), printenv (to print
environment variables), printf (to format and print data), pwd (to
print the current directory), seq (to print numeric sequences),
sleep (to suspend execution for a specified time), stty (to
print/change terminal settings), su (to become another user or the
superuser), tee (to send output to multiple files), test (to
evaluate an expression), true (to return a successful exit status),
tty (to print the terminal name), uname (to print system information),
users (to print current users\' names), who (to print a list of the
users who are currently logged in), whoami (to print the effective
user id), and yes (to print a string indefinitely).

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Provides :

Requires :
rpmlib(PayloadIsBzip2) <= 3.0.5-1
pam => 0.72-6
rpmlib(PayloadFilesHavePrefix) <= 4.0-1
rpmlib(CompressedFileNames) <= 3.0.4-1
config(sh-utils) = 2002011001:2.0.11-1

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