Locate and transfer automatically RPM using HTTP and an RDF database When rpmfind is asked for a resource it first asks the local RPM base, and if it's not available, will request the associated RDF file on a remote database. The result describes the various packages providing these resources (distribution, vendor, version, date, etc...). Based on that information, rpmfind sorts the various packages for suitability. Then it picks the first one and fetchs more complete information like the dependancies required by this package. It then verifies that all the dependencies needed by this package are available, and recusively trys to locate RPM providing uninstalled resources. At the end rpmfind shows the list of packages to fetch and the total size needed on disk. The database can be built using rpm2html.
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