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Abstract

1. Installer
1.1. Known Issues
2. Deployment
2.1. Known Issues
3. Virtualization
3.1. Known Issues
4. Storage and Filesystems
4.1. Technology Previews
4.2. Known Issues
5. Networking
5.1. Technology Previews
5.2. Known Issues
6. Clustering
6.1. Technology Previews
6.2. Known Issues
7. Authentication
7.1. Technology Previews
7.2. Known Issues
8. Security
8.1. Technology Previews
9. Devices and Device Drivers
9.1. Technology Previews
9.2. Known Issues
10. Kernel
10.1. Technology Previews
10.2. Known Issues
11. Development and Tools
11.1. Technology Previews
11.2. Known Issues
12. Desktop
12.1. Known Issues
A. Package Manifest
A.1. Variants
A.1.1. Server
A.1.2. Workstation
A.1.3. Client
A.1.4. ComputeNode
A.2. Add-Ons
A.2.1. HighAvailability
A.2.2. ResilientStorage
A.2.3. LoadBalancer
A.2.4. ScalableFileSystem
A.2.5. HighPerformanceNetworks
B. Recommendations and Supported Limits
C. Package and Driver Changes
D. Software Licenses
E. Large Package Updates
E.1. kernel
E.1.1. RHSA-2011:0007 - Important: kernel security and bug fix update
E.1.2. RHSA-2010:0842: Important: kernel security and bug fix update
F. Revision History
Index

1. Installer

The Red Hat Enterprise Linux installer (also known as anaconda) assists in the installation of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.
Installation on systems with multipath and non-multipath storage devices
Installation of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 on a system with multipath and non-multipath storage devices the automatic partitioning layout in the installer may create volume groups containing a mix of multipath and non-multipath devices, thus defeating the purpose of multipath storage.
Users are advised to either select only multipath or only non-multipath devices on the disk selection screen that appears after selecting automatic partitioning. Alternatively, users can select custom partitioning.

1.1. Known Issues

  • The following issue applies to IBM Power Systems only.
    anaconda will not create a new PReP boot partition on the root disk when performing a new Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 installation on a system that contains existing PReP Boot partitions that need to be preserved. Consequently, the Power SMS boot manager will be unable to boot the new Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 installation. To work around this issue,
    1. Use the fdisk utility to temporarily change the partition type from type 41 'PReP Boot' to type 83 'Linux' for all existing Linux installations on the system.
    2. Perform the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 installation. During installation, a new PReP Boot partition will be created on the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 root disk.
    3. Post-installation, once the new Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 installation is up and running, use the fdisk utility to restore all changed partition types to type 41 'PReP Boot'.
  • Anaconda now utilizes NetworkManager for network interface configuration. Consequently, kickstart users that referenced the network settings located in /tmp/netinfo must now source the ifcfg files found in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts
  • In some circumstances, disks that contain a whole disk format (e.g. a LVM Physical Volume populating a whole disk) are not cleared correctly using the clearpart --initlabel kickstart command. Adding the --all switch — as in clearpart --initlabel --all — ensures disks are cleared correctly.
  • The nodmraid boot parameter currently cannot be used to force installation on disks containing spurious BIOS RAID metadata. To work around this issue, boot into rescue mode and run the command dmraid -rE /dev/sdX on the disks in question. Alternatively, run dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdX and let it process up until the end of the disk. Note, however that this alternate procedure may take longer to complete and will erase all data on the disk.
  • Installation of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 on an IBM ThinkPad T43 notebook may appear to stall after choosing storage options. In these circumstances, the installer is attempting to interact with the floppy drive, and may be unresponsive for up to 30 minutes.
  • During the installation on POWER systems, the error messages similar to:
    attempt to access beyond end of device
    loop0: rw=0, want=248626, limit=248624
    
    may be returned to sys.log. The errors do not prevent installation and only occur during initial setup. The filesystem created by the installer will function correctly.
  • Installation on large disks (i.e. more than 2TB) on non-EFI platforms may encounter some limitations. Many BIOS systems can only boot disks that contain MSDOS partition tables, which cannot fully address large disks. A GPT partition table can address the full disk, but may not be bootable from BIOS. Consequently, the Red Hat Enterprise Linux installer does not support installing the GRUB bootloader to disks that contain GPT partition tables on non-EFI systems. When installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 on a non-EFI system that contains one or more large disks, create a GPT partition table on each of the disks before proceeding to the storage configuration portion of the install process. Leaving the large disks uninitialized, or using an MSDOS partition table on them, can cause problems when creating partitions using anaconda.
  • Some Cisco UCS storage devices do not have UEFI support, which may lead to an unbootable Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 system when installation is performed through virtual media with the system in "strict UCSM boot order rules" mode. Consequently, when installing using the UEFI method, after installation and reboot, the system will hang with a flashing cursor. To work around this issue, install the system using the BIOS install method as follows:
    1. Map the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 "boot.iso" file or entire OS DVD ISO using the virtual media tool
    2. Press F2 during boot to enter the BIOS setup screen
    3. Go to the "Boot Options" screen
    4. Change "UCSM boot order rules" to "Loose"
    5. Save settings and reboot
    6. Press F6 to access the boot device menu
    7. In the menu will be two options for the virtual media: "Cisco Virtual CD/DVD 1.20" and "EFI: Cisco Virtual CD/DVD 1.20 CDROM File1" select the first option to install using BIOS method. Note that only the first option will be present if using the "boot.iso" file, as it has no UEFI support.
    8. It may be necessary to re-order the devices in the BIOS Options screen after "Loose" mode has been selected in order to make the hard drive mapped to the system the first device in the boot order.
    The use of BIOS install method will effectively work around the bug, but will prevent booting from disks using a GPT partition table. This will restrict the size of disks usable as a boot disk.
  • When installing on the s390x architecture, if the installation is being performed over SSH, avoid resizing the terminal window containing the SSH session. If the terminal window is resized during installation, the installer will exit and installation will terminate.
  • Multipath storage devices with serial numbers not exactly 16 or 32 characters in length will not be detected by anaconda during installation.
  • Due to an issue with the shutdown sequence of the installer, Intel BIOS RAID sets might be left in an unclean condition post installation. Consequently, they will be rebuilt during the first boot of the system after installation. Note that this issue has no impact other than a slower first boot up after installation.
  • The installer currently does not support having the /boot volume on a logical volume. Consequently, when setting up mount points during installation, the /boot volume cannot be on an LVM volume. System z supports /boot on an LVM volume. In order to exploit this, manual configuration after installation is required. Refer to the zipl documentation for further information.
  • Minimal installations lack NetworkManager, so users wishing to have network interfaces configured for use on the first boot after installation need to make sure the network interfaces are configured and the network service is enabled at boot time. The following kickstart commands will enable eth0 for DHCP and enable the 'network' service:
    network --device eth0 --onboot yes --bootproto dhcp
    services --enabled=network
    
    Refer to the network device configuration documentation for more details on what the ifcfg-ethX files may contain.
  • The kernel image provided on the CD/DVD is too large for Open Firmware. Consequently, on the POWER architecture, directly booting the kernel image over a network from the CD/DVD is not possible. Instead, use yaboot to boot from a network.
  • The anaconda partition editing interface includes a button labeled Resize. Note that you can only shrink a partition with this button, not enlarge a partition.
  • System z installations cannot use the ext4 filesystem for the boot partition. The recommended alternative filesystem is ext3.
  • Channel IDs(read, write, data) for network devices are required for defining and configuring network devices on s390 systems. However, system-config-kickstart — the graphical user interface for generating a kickstart configuration — cannot define channel IDs for a network device. To work around this issue, manually edit the kickstart configuration that system-config-kickstart generates to include the desired network devices.
  • During an MPATH installation on IBM POWER 7 systems, a "DiskLabelCommit Error" might be returned. To work around this issue, first install the system in a single path configuration. Connect to the system via SSH, clear the partitions using the fdisk -l command, and delete the partitions, then exit the SSH session. Finally, continue the installation from the installer.
  • anaconda in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 for Power writes an incorrect value to /etc/rpm/macros that can cause issues when installing 32 and 64-bit PowerPC packages together. Users are advised to remove this file after installation.

2. Deployment

Upstart
In Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, init from the sysvinit package has been replaced with Upstart, an event-based init system. This system handles the starting of tasks and services during boot, stopping them during shutdown and supervising them while the system is running. For more information on Upstart itself, refer to the init(8) man page.
Processes are known to Upstart as jobs and are defined by files in the /etc/init directory. Upstart is very well documented via man pages. Command overview is in init(8) and job syntax is described in init(5).
Upstart provides the following behavioral changes in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6:
  • The /etc/inittab file is deprecated, and is now used only for setting up the default runlevel via the initdefault line. Other configuration is done via upstart jobs in the /etc/init directory.
  • The number of active tty consoles is now set by the ACTIVE_CONSOLES variable in /etc/sysconfig/init, which is read by the /etc/init/start-ttys.conf job. The default value is ACTIVE_CONSOLES=/dev/tty[1-6], which starts a getty on tty1 through tty6.
  • A serial getty is still automatically configured if the serial console is the primary system console. In prior releases, this was done by kudzu, which would edit /etc/inittab. In Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, configuration of the primary serial console is handled by /etc/init/serial.conf.
  • To configure a getty running on a non-default serial console, you must now write an Upstart job instead of editing /etc/inittab. For example, if a getty on ttyS1 is desired, the following job file (/etc/init/serial-ttyS1.conf) would work:
    # This service maintains a getty on /dev/ttyS1.
    
    start on stopped rc RUNLEVEL=[2345]
    stop on starting runlevel [016]
    
    respawn
    exec /sbin/agetty /dev/ttyS1 115200 vt100-nav
    
As in prior releases, you should still make sure that ttyS1 is in /etc/securetty if you wish to allow root logins on this getty.
There are some features from prior releases that are not supported in the move to Upstart. Among these are:
  • Custom runlevels 7, 8 and 9. These custom runlevels can no longer be used.
  • Using /etc/shutdown.allow for defining who can shut the machine down.
System z Performance
Some of the default tunables in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 are currently not optimally configured for System z workloads. Under most circumstances, System z machines will perform better using the following recommendations.
Dirty Ratio
It is recommended that the dirty ratio be set to 40 (Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 default 20) Changing this tunable tells the system to not spend as much process time too early to write out dirty pages. Add the following line to /etc/sysctl.conf to set this tunable:
vm.dirty_ratio = 40
Scheduler
To increase the average time a process runs continuously and also improve the cache utilization and server style workload throughput at minor latency cost it is recommended to set the following higher values in /etc/sysctl.conf.
kernel.sched_min_granularity_ns = 10000000
kernel.sched_wakeup_granularity_ns = 15000000
kernel.sched_tunable_scaling = 0
kernel.sched_latency_ns = 80000000
Additionally, deactivating the Fair-Sleepers feature improves performance on a System z machine. To achieve this, set the following value in /etc/sysctl.conf
kernel.sched_features = 15834234
False positive hung task reports
It is recommended to prevent false positive hung task reports (which are rare, but might occur under very heavy overcommitment ratios). This feature can be used, but to improve performance, deactivate it by default by setting the following parameter in /etc/sysctl.conf:
kernel.hung_task_timeout_secs = 0
irqbalance service on the POWER architecture
On POWER architecture, the irqbalance service is recommended for automatic device Interrupt Request (IRQ) distribution across system CPUs to ensure optimal I/O performance. The irqbalance service is normally installed and configured to run during Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 installation. However, under some circumstances, the irqbalance service is not installed by default. To confirm that the irqbalance service is running, execute the following command as root:
service irqbalance status
If the service is running, command will return a message similar to:
irqbalance (pid  1234) is running...
However, if the message lists the service as stopped, execute the following commands as root to start the irqbalance service:
service irqbalance start
chkconfig --level 345 irqbalance on
If the output of the service irqbalance status command lists irqbalance as an unrecognized service, use yum to install the irqbalance package, and then start the service.
yum install irqbalance
service irqbalance start

Note

The system does not need to be restarted after starting the irqbalance service
Setting the console log level
Use of the LOGLEVEL parameter in /etc/sysconfig/init to set the console loglevel is no longer supported. To set the console loglevel in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, pass loglevel=<number>' as a boot time parameter.
Upgrading from previous pre-release versions
Upgrading to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 from Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 or from previous pre-release versions of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 is not supported. If an upgrade of this type is attempted issues may be encountered including upgrading Java/OpenJDK packages. To work around this, manually remove the old packages and reinstall.

2.1. Known Issues

  • When a system is configured to require smart card authentication, and there is no smartcard currently plugged into the system, then users might see the debug message:
    ERROR: pam_pkcs11.c:334: no suitable token available'
    
    This message can be safely ignored.
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Beta features Dovecot version 2.0. The configuration files used by Dovecot 2.0 are significantly different from those found in dovecot 1.0.x, the version shipped in previous releases of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Specifically, /etc/dovecot.conf has been split into /etc/dovecot/dovecot.conf and /etc/dovecot/conf.d/*.conf
  • Under some circumstances, the readahead service may cause the auditd service to stop. To work around this potential issue, disable the readahead collector by adding the following lines to the /etc/sysconfig/readahead configuration file:
    READAHEAD_COLLECT="no"
    READAHEAD_COLLECT_ON_RPM="no"
    
    Alternatively, the readahead package can be removed entirely.
  • An error exists in the communication process between the samba daemon and the Common Unix Printing System (CUPS) scheduler. Consequently, the first time a print job is submitted to a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 system via Server Message Block (SMB), a timeout will occur. To work around this issue, use the following command to create a CUPS certificate before the first print job is submitted:
    lpstat -E -s
    
  • Under some circumstances, using the rhn_register command to register a system with the Red Hat Network (RHN) might fail. When this issue is encountered, the rhn_register command will return an error similar to:
    # rhn_register
    Segmentation fault (core dumped)
    or
    # rhn_register
    ***MEMORY-ERROR***: rhn_register[11525]: GSlice: assertion failed:
    sinfo->n_allocated > 0
    Aborted (core dumped)
    
    To work around this issue, set the following environment variable, then run the rhn_register command again:
    G_SLICE=always-malloc
    
  • If a user has a .bashrc which outputs to stderr, the user will be unable to sftp into their account. From the user's point of view, the sftp session is immediately terminated after authentication.

2.1.1. Architecture Specific Known Issues

2.1.1.1. System z
The minimum hardware requirement to run Red Hat Enterprise Linux Beta is IBM System z9 (or better). The system may not IPL (i.e. boot) on earlier System Z hardware (e.g. z900 or z990)
2.1.1.2. IBM Power (64-bit)
  • When network booting an IBM Power5 series system, you may encounter an error such as:
    DEFAULT CATCH!, exception-handler=fff00300
    
    If the path that locates the kernel and ramdisk is greater than 63 characters long, it will overflow a firmware buffer and the firmware will drop into the debugger.
    Power6 and Power7 firmware includes a correction for this problem.
  • On some machines yaboot may not boot, returning the error message:
    Cannot load ramdisk.image.gz: Claim failed for initrd memory at 02000000 rc=ffffffff
    
    To work around this issue, change real-base from to c00000. Real-base can be obtained from OpenFirmware prompt with the printenv command and set with setenv command.
  • Remote installs on IBM BladeCenter JS22 servers may encounter the following error message:
    No video available. Your server may be in an unsupported resolution/refresh rate.
    
    To work around this issue, specify the following GUI parameters:
    video=SVIDEO-1:d radeon.svideo=0
    
  • Some HP Proliant servers may report incorrect CPU frequency values in /proc/cpuinfo or /sys/device/system/cpu/*/cpufreq. This is due to the firmware manipulating the CPU frequency without providing any notification to the operating system. To avoid this ensure that the "HP Power Regulator" option in the BIOS is set to "OS Control". An alternative available on more recent systems is to set "Collaborative Power Control" to "Enabled".
  • filecap crashes with a segmentation fault when run directly on an empty file. For example:
    # filecap /path/to/empty_file
    Segmentation fault (core dumped)
    
    To work around this, run filecap on the directory that contains the empty file, and search the results for the required information. For example:
    filecap /path/to/ | grep empty_file
    
  • A change in the package that the sos tool uses to determine the installed version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux will cause the tool to incorrectly identify the major release version. This adversely impacts a small number of non-default sos plugins and may cause incomplete information to be captured from the system when these plugins are enabled. The affected plugins are:
    • general (only when using the non-default all_logs option)
    • cluster (diagnostics may not be run)
    Users affected by this problem should retrieve any missing data manually from systems.

3. Virtualization

Para Virtualization on Hardware Virtualized Machines (PV on HVM)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 guests under Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 Xen hosts can now utilize the PV on HVM drivers to improve the performance of I/O on virtualized network devices (xen-vnif) and virtualized block storage devices.
To enable Xen PV on HVM support in a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 HVM guest, add the following to the kernel boot command line:
   xen_pv_hvm=enable
Note, however, that due to conflicts with network configuration scripts, it is recommended that the xen guest vif specification set 'type=netfront' if the emulated rtl8139 device is not desired as the primary network interconnect.
virtio network device packet transmission algorithms
The virtio network device has two available algorithms for transmitting packets. The default is to use an asynchronous bottom half transmitter which typically shows good performance for all workloads. The alternate implementation uses a timer to delay transmit in an attempt to batch multiple packets together. The timer approach typically results higher latency, but may improve overall efficiency. To change from the default algorithm to the timer based approach, use the following procedure to create a wrapper script around qemu-kvm and specify it as the emulator for guests that require it.
  1. create the wrapper script
    $ cat > /usr/libexec/qemu-kvm.txtimer << EOF
    #!/bin/sh
    exec /usr/libexec/qemu-kvm \`echo "\[email protected]" | sed
    's|virtio-net-pci|virtio-net-pci,tx=timer|g'\`
    EOF
    
  2. Make script executable
    $ chmod 755 /usr/libexec/qemu-kvm.txtimer
    
  3. Set selinux permissions
    $ restorecon /usr/libexec/qemu-kvm.txtimer
    
  4. Create selinux module
    $ cat > qemutxtimer.te << EOF
    policy_module(qemutxtimer, 1.0)
    
    gen_require(\`
     attribute virt_domain;
     type qemu_exec_t;
    ')
    
    can_exec(virt_domain, qemu_exec_t)
    EOF
    
  5. Build selinux module
    $ make -f /usr/share/selinux/devel/Makefile
    
  6. Install selinux module
    $ semodule -i qemutxtimer.pp # May later be uninstalled with -r
    
  7. Update guest XML to use qemu-kvm wrapper
    $ virsh edit $GUEST
    
    Replace:
        <emulator>/usr/libexec/qemu-kvm</emulator>
    
    With:
        <emulator>/usr/libexec/qemu-kvm.txtimer</emulator>
    

3.1. Known Issues

  • Under some circumstances, installation of a Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 virtual guest stalls after the optional testing of media. Note that this issue has only been observed with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 guests that utilize multiple virtualized CPUs. To work around this issue, use a media source that is known to be verified, and skip the media test, or use a single virtualized CPU during installation.
  • Cancelling the disk physical cache for block devices and use of barriers for filesystems may slow down qcow2 dramatically. Use the following command to reduce the frequency of sync requests by pre-allocating new images and setting the cluster size to 2M
    ./qemu-img create  -opreallocation=metadata -ocluster_size=2M -f qcow2 $DISK $SIZE
    
  • In earlier versions of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, libvirt permitted PCI devices to be insecurely assigned to guests. In Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, assignment of insecure devices is disabled by default by libvirt. However, this may cause assignment of previously working devices to start failing. To enable the old, insecure setting, edit /etc/libvirt/qemu.conf, set "relaxed_acs_check = 1", and restart libvirtd. Note that this action will re-open possible security issues.
  • Users upgrading from pre-release versions of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 (i.e. the virt-v2v versions less than virt-v2v-0.6.2-2.el6) may be required to update the default virt-v2v configuration file. Specifically, the 'viostor' app for Windows guests is replaced by the 'virtio' app, which now points to the directory containing the complete driver. Refer to the updated default configuration file for further details.
  • I/O Advanced Programmable Interrupt Controller (I/O APIC) timer interrupts are not emulated as non-maskable interrupts (NMIs) to virtualized guests. Consequently, if a virtualized guest uses the kernel parameter nmi_watchdog=1, the guest kernel will panic on boot.
  • The balloon service on Windows 7 guests can only be started by the "Administrator" user.
  • Direct Asynchronous IO (AIO) that is not issued on filesystem block boundaries, and falls into a hole in a sparse file on ext4 or xfs filesystems, may corrupt file data if multiple I/O operations modify the same filesystem block. Specifically, if qemu-kvm is used with the aio=native IO mode over a sparse device image hosted on the ext4 or xfs filesystem, guest filesystem corruption will occur if partitions are not aligned with the host filesystem block size. Generally, do not use aio=native option along with cache=none for QEMU. This issue can be avoided by using one of the following techniques:
    1. Align AIOs on filesystem block boundaries, or do not write to sparse files using AIO on xfs or ext4 filesystems.
    2. KVM: Use a non-sparse system image file or allocate the space by zeroing out the entire file.
    3. KVM: Create the image using an ext3 host filesystem instead of ext4.
    4. KVM: Invoke qemu-kvm with aio=threads (this is the default).
    5. KVM: Align all partitions within the guest image to the host's filesystem block boundary (default 4k).
  • On Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 KVM virtual guests, unmounting a filesystem on an mdraid volume does not immediately free the underlying device for the mdadm --stop operation. Consequently, during installation on a system with pre-existing mdraid volumes the following error can appear while anaconda is looking for storage devices:
    MDRaidError: mddeactivate failed for /dev/md1: 08:26:59,485 ERROR   : Perhaps a
    running process, mounted filesystem or active volume group?
    
    To work around this issue, erase all data on the volume before installation by clearing the first several sectors of the volume with zeros.
  • Libvirt uses transient iptables rules for managing NAT or bridging to virtual machine guests. Any external command that reloads iptables state ( such as running system-config-firewall) will overwrite the entries needed by libvirt. Consequently, after running any command or tool that changes the state of iptables, guests may lose access the network. To work around this issue, use the command 'service libvirt reload' to restore libvirt's additional iptables rules.
  • Adding an rtl8139 NIC to an active Windows 2008 guest may result in the qemu-kvm process exiting. To work around this issue, shutdown the guest before adding additional rtl8139 NICs. Alternatively, install the virtio-net drivers and add a virtio NIC.
  • KVM users with a mix of virtio and ata disks should verify the boot device that anaconda chooses during installation. To verify the boot device, locate the "Install Target Devices" list in the disk selection screen that follows the partitioning type screen. Verify the boot device selection, which is indicated by a selector in the left-most column of the "Install Target Devices" list.
  • When installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 as a new KVM guest, installer may incorrectly report amount of free memory available. Consequently, installation may terminate or switch to the text user interface. To work around this issue, increase amount of RAM allocated for the guest to 128 MB more than specified for the architecture and installation method.
  • A Windows virtual machine must be restarted after the installation of the kernel windows driver framework. If the virtual machine is not restarted it may crash when a memory balloon operation is performed.
  • Under some circumstances, if an 82576 Network driver (igb) is reloaded with the max_vfs=8 parameter and an uncorrectable PCIe AER error is seen on its port, the operation will hang or crash the host system. This error has been encountered with two 82576 devices connected via an IDT PES12N3A PCI Express Switch (rev 0c) plugged into a Westmere-EP's 5520/5500/X58 I/O Hub PCI Express Root Port 3. Note that other 82576 devices and IDT switches have worked in other Westmere-based systems
    If the error occurs, two workarounds have been found to enable the use of all eight virtual functions (VFs) for guest virtual machines(VMs):
    1. Reload the 82576 driver with max_vfs=1, then unload, then reload with max_vfs=8. For example:
      rmmod igb
      modprobe igb max_vfs=1
      rmmmod igbvf
      rmmod igb
      modprobe igb max_vfs=8
      
    2. If PCI AER functionality is not needed in the host, boot the kernel with the parameter setting: pci=noaer
  • A dual function, 82576 interface (codename: Kawela, PCI Vendor/Device ID: 8086:10c9) cannot have both physical functions (PF's) device-assigned to a Windows 2008 guest. Either physical function can be device assigned to a Windows 2008 guest (PCI function 0 or function 1), but not both.
  • virt-v2v is able to convert guests running on ESX server. A current limitation in virt-v2v means that if an ESX guest has a disk with a snapshot, the snapshot must be on the same datastore as the underlying disk storage. If the snapshot and underlying storage are on different datastores, virt-v2v will report a 404 error while trying to retrieve the storage.
  • Under some circumstances, the virtio queue will fill if an application on a guest repeatedly writes to a virtio-serial character device while the host is not processing the queue. Consequently, the guest will enter an infinite loop and appear to be hung. Once the host side of the character device is read from, the guest will return to normal functionality.
  • The qemu-kvm options to enable VMware device emulation are not functional or supported in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.
  • Avoid running guestfish (without the --ro option), virt-edit, virt-tar (in upload mode), virt-win-reg (in merge mode) or guestmount (without the --ro option) on live virtual machine disks. If any of these tools are used on live virtual machines, disk corruption might occur.

4. Storage and Filesystems

The ext4 Filesystem
The ext4 file system is a scalable extension of the ext3 file system, which was the default file system of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5. Ext4 is now the default file system of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
Because of delayed allocation and other performance optimizations, ext4's behavior of writing files to disk is different from ext3. In ext4, a program's writes to the file system are not guaranteed to be on-disk unless the program issues an fsync() call afterwards.
Further information on the allocation features of ext4 is available in the Storage Administration Guide
CIFS servers that require plaintext passwords
Some Common Internet File System (CIFS) servers require plaintext passwords for authentication. Support for plaintext password authentication can be enabled using the command:
echo 0x37 > /proc/fs/cifs/SecurityFlags

Warning

This operation can expose passwords by removing password encryption.
Event Tracing in GFS2
GFS2's event tracing is provided via the generic tracing infrastructure. The events are designed to be useful for debugging purposes. Note, however that it is not guaranteed that the GFS2 events will remain the same throughout the lifetime of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6. Further details on GFS2's glocks and event tracing can be found in the following 2009 Linus Symposium paper: http://kernel.org/doc/ols/2009/ols2009-pages-311-318.pdf
mpi-selector
The mpi-selector package has been deprecated in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6. environment-modules is now used to select which Message Passing Interface (MPI) implementation is to be used.

Note

The man page for the module command contains detailed documentation for the environment-modules package.
To return a list of what modules are available, use:
module avail
To load or unload a module use the following commands:
module load <module-name>
module unload <module-name>
To emulate the behavior of mpi-selector, the module load commands must be place in the shell init script (e.g. /.bashrc) to load the modules every login.

4.1. Technology Previews

fsfreeze
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 includes fsfreeze as a Technology Preview. fsfreeze is a new command that halts access to a filesystem on disk. fsfreeze is designed to be used with hardware RAID devices, assisting in the creation of volume snapshots. Further details on fsfreeze are in the fsfreeze(8) man page.
DIF/DIX support
DIF/DIX, is a new addition to the SCSI Standard and a Technology Preview in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6. DIF/DIX increases the size of the commonly used 512-byte disk block from 512 to 520 bytes, adding the Data Integrity Field (DIF). The DIF stores a checksum value for the data block that is calculated by the Host Bus Adapter (HBA) when a write occurs. The storage device then confirms the checksum on receive, and stores both the data and the checksum. Conversely, when a read occurs, the checksum can be checked by the storage device, and by the receiving HBA.
The DIF/DIX hardware checksum feature must only be used with applications that exclusively issue O_DIRECT I/O. These applications may use the raw block device, or the XFS file system in O_DIRECT mode. (XFS is the only filesystem that does not fall back to buffered IO when doing certain allocation operations.) Only applications designed for use with O_DIRECT I/O and DIF/DIX hardware should enable this feature. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 includes the Emulex LPFC driver version 8.3.5.17, introducing support for DIF/DIX. For more information, refer to the Storage Administration Guide
Filesystem in Userspace
Filesystem in Userspace (FUSE) allows for custom filesystems to be developed and run in user-space.
LVM Snapshots of Mirrors
The LVM snapshot feature provides the ability to create backup images of a logical volume at a particular instant without causing a service interruption. When a change is made to the original device (the origin) after a snapshot is taken, the snapshot feature makes a copy of the changed data area as it was prior to the change so that it can reconstruct the state of the device. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 introduces the ability to take a snapshot of a mirrored logical volume.
A known issue exists with this Technology Preview. I/O might hang if a device failure in the mirror is encountered. Note, that this issue is related to a failure of the mirror log device, and that no work around is currently known.
btrfs
Btrfs is under development as a file system capable of addressing and managing more files, larger files, and larger volumes than the ext2, ext3, and ext4 file systems. Btrfs is designed to make the file system tolerant of errors, and to facilitate the detection and repair of errors when they occur. It uses checksums to ensure the validity of data and metadata, and maintains snapshots of the file system that can be used for backup or repair. The btrfs Technology Preview is only available on the x86_64 architecture.

Btrfs is still experimental

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Beta includes Btrfs as a technology preview to allow you to experiment with this file system. You should not choose Btrfs for partitions that will contain valuable data or that are essential for the operation of important systems.
LVM Application Programming Interface (API)
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Beta features the new LVM application programming interface (API) as a Technology Preview. This API is used to query and control certain aspects of LVM.
FS-Cache
FS-Cache is a new feature in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Beta that enables networked file systems (e.g. NFS) to have a persistent cache of data on the client machine.

4.2. Known Issues

  • Enterprise-class storage should always be mounted with using the -o nobarrier option.
  • When an LVM mirror suffers a device failure, a two-stage recovery takes place. The first stage involves removing the failed devices. This can result in the mirror being reduced to a linear device. The second stage — if configured to do so by the administrator — is to attempt to replace any of the failed devices. Note, however, that there is no guarantee that the second stage will choose devices previously in-use by the mirror that had not been part of the failure if others are available.
  • In Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, infiniband support (specifically the openib start script and the openib.conf file) were supplied by the openib package. In Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, the openib package is renamed to rdma. Additionally, the service has been renamed to rdma and the configuration file is now located in /etc/rdma/rdma.conf.
  • The NFSv4 server in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 currently allows clients to mount using UDP and advertises NFSv4 over UDP with rpcbind. However, this configuration is not supported by Red Hat and violates the RFC 3530 standard.
  • If a device-mapper-multipath device is still open, but all of the attached paths have been lost, the device is unable to create a new table with no paths. Consequently, the following unusual output may be returned from the multipath -ll output command:
    mpatha (3600a59a0000c2fd0003079284c122fec) dm-0,
    size=2.0G hwhandler='0'
    |-+- policy='round-robin 0' prio=0 status=enabled
    | `- #:#:#:# -   #:#  failed faulty running
    `-+- policy='round-robin 0' prio=0 status=enabled
      |- #:#:#:# -   #:#  failed faulty running
      `- #:#:#:# -   #:#  failed faulty running
    
    Output of this type indicates that there are no paths to the device. The erroneous lines in the output preceded by the string #:#:#:# will be removed in a future release.
  • ext2 and ext3 filesystems do not use a page_mkwrite mechanism to intercept page faults. The quota subsystem can not account for this additional usage when writing to disk. Consequently, a user may exceed their disk block quota by issuing memory-mapped writes into a sparse region of a file. Note, also, that this is a longstanding behavior in the ext2 and ext3 filesystems.
  • Parted in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 cannot handle Extended Address Volumes (EAV) Direct Access Storage Devices (DASD) that have greater than 65535 cylinders. Consequently, EAV DASD drives cannot be partitioned using parted and installation on EAV DASD drives will fail. To work around this issue, complete the installation on a non EAV DASD drive, then add the EAV device after installation using the tools provided in s390-utils.
  • Systems that have an Emulex FC controller (with SLI-3 based firmware) installed may return a kernel panic during install. If the SAN disk is not required for installation, work around this issue by disconnecting the SAN connection from the Emulex FC controller. Note that this issue does not occur on SLI-4 based controllers. To determine the firmware interface of the adapter, run the command
    cat /sys/class/scsi_host/host{n}/fwrev
    
  • When multipath is configured to use user_friendly_names, it stores the binding between the wwid and the alias in /etc/multipath/bindings. When multipath creates devices in early bootup, (for example when the root filesystem is on a multipath device) it looks at /etc/multipath/bindings in the initramfs. When it creates devices during normal operation, it looks at /etc/multipath/bindings in the root filesystem. Currently, these two files aren't synced during initramfs creation. Because of this, there may be naming conflicts which keep new multipath devices from being created after bootup. To work around this, the bindings for the devices created by the initramfs must be copied into /etc/multipath/bindings after installation. The format of the bindings is:
    <alias><space><wwid>
    
    for example:
    mpatha 3600d0230000000000e13955cc3757801
    
  • Direct Asynchronous IO (AIO) that is not issued on filesystem block boundaries, and falls into a hole in a sparse file on ext4 or xfs filesystems, may corrupt file data if multiple I/O operations modify the same filesystem block. Specifically, if qemu-kvm is used with the aio=native IO mode over a sparse device image hosted on the ext4 or xfs filesystem, guest filesystem corruption will occur if partitions are not aligned with the host filesystem block size. Generally, do not use aio=native option along with cache=none for QEMU. This issue can be avoided by using one of the following techniques:
    1. Align AIOs on filesystem block boundaries, or do not write to sparse files using AIO on xfs or ext4 filesystems.
    2. KVM: Use a non-sparse system image file or allocate the space by zeroing out the entire file.
    3. KVM: Create the image using an ext3 host filesystem instead of ext4.
    4. KVM: Invoke qemu-kvm with aio=threads (this is the default).
    5. KVM: Align all partitions within the guest image to the host's filesystem block boundary (default 4k).
  • Mixing the iSCSI discoveryd mode and the normal discovery mode is not supported. When using discoveryd mode, iscsid will attempt to login from all iSCSI ifaces found in /var/lib/iscsi/ifaces. If the iface cannot log into the target this will fill the log with failure messages every discoveryd_poll_inval seconds. To prevent this, the iface can be deleted by running "iscsiadm -m iface -o delete -I ifacename".
  • A change in the 2.6.31 Linux kernel made the net.ipv4.conf.default.rp_filter = 1 more strict in the I/O that is accepted. Consequently, in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, if there are multiple interfaces on the same subnet and I/O is sent to the one that is not the default route, the I/O will be dropped. Note that this applies to iSCSI iface binding when multiple interfaces are on the same subnet. To work around this, set the net.ipv4.conf.default.rp_filter parameter in /etc/sysctl.conf to 0 or 2, and reboot the machine.
  • Attempting to run multiple LVM commands in quick succession might cause a backlog of these commands. Consequently, some of the operations requested might time-out, and subsequently, fail.
  • dracut currently only supports one FiberChannel over Ethernet (FCoE) connection to be used to boot from the root device. Consequently, booting from a root device that spans multiple FCoE devices (e.g. using RAID, LVM or similar techniques) is not possible.
  • If an LVM volume requires physical volumes that are multipath or FCoE devices, the LVM volume will not automatically activate. To enable automatic LVM activation, create a udev rules file /etc/udev/rules.d/64-autolvm.rules with the following content:
    SUBSYSTEM!="block", GOTO="lvm_end"
    ACTION!="add|change", GOTO="lvm_end"
    KERNEL=="dm-[0-9]*", ACTION=="add", GOTO="lvm_end"
    ENV{ID_FS_TYPE}!="LVM*_member", GOTO="lvm_end"
    
    PROGRAM=="/bin/sh -c 'for i in $sys/$devpath/holders/dm-[0-9]*; do [ -e $$i ] && exit 0; done; exit 1;' ", \
        GOTO="lvm_end"
    
    RUN+="/bin/sh -c '/sbin/lvm vgscan; /sbin/lvm vgchange -a y'"
    
    LABEL="lvm_end"
    
    Note, however that this work around may impact system performance.
  • The fscontext=, defcontext=, rootcontext= or context= mount options should not be used for remount operations. Using these options can cause the remount of a manually mounted volume to fail, returning errors such as:
    mount: /dev/shm not mounted already, or bad option
    

5. Networking

NetworkManager
NetworkManager is enabled by default if it is installed. However, NetworkManager is only installed by default in the client use cases. NetworkManager is available to be installed for the server use cases, but is not included in the default installation.

5.1. Technology Previews

IPv6 support in IPVS
The IPv6 support in IPVS (IP Virtual server) is considered Technology Preview.

5.2. Known Issues

  • If the qeth interface was previously configured using system-config-network 1.6.0.el6.2, the "OPTIONS=" line needs to be manually added to /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-<interface>.
    After the configuration has been manually changed, activate the interface by either rebooting the system, or running the following commands:
    # /sbin/znet_cio_free
    # SUBSYSTEM="ccw" DEVPATH="bus/ccw/devices/<SUBCHANNEL 0>" /lib/udev/ccw_init
    # ifup <interface>
    
  • A known issue in the bnx2 driver prevents BCM5709S network adapters from performing a vmcore core dump over NFS.
  • Intel 82575EB ethernet devices do not function in a 32 bit environment. To work around this issue, modify the kernel parameters to include the intel_iommu=off option.
  • Running the rds-ping command may fail, returning the error:
    bind() failed, errno: 99 (Cannot assign requested address).
    
    Note, also that this error may occur even with LOAD_RDS=yes set in /etc/rdma/rdma.conf. To work around this issue, load the rds-tcp module.
  • Running the command rds-stress on a client may result in the following error attempting to connect to the server:
    connecting to <server IP address>:4000: No route to host
    connect(<server IP address>) failed#
    
  • When configuring a network interface manually, including static IP addresses and search domains, it is possible that a search entry will not be propagated to /etc/resolv.conf. Consequently, short host names that do not include the domain name will fail to resolve. To workaround this issue, add a search entry manually to /etc/resolv.conf.
  • Under some circumstances, the NetworkManager panel applet cannot determine if a user has permission to enable networking. Consequently, after logging into the desktop, the "Enable Networking" and "Enable Wireless" checkboxes may be disabled. To work around this, run the following command as root:
    touch /usr/share/polkit-1/actions/org.freedesktop.NetworkManager.policy
    
    Alternatively, WiFi can be enabled using the command:
    nmcli nm wifi on
    
    or disabled using the command:
    nmcli nm wifi off
    
  • Under some circumstances, the netcf command crashes, returning the error message:
    Failed to initialize netcf
    error: unspecified error
    
    To work around this issue, set the following value in /etc/sysctl.conf:
       net.bridge.bridge-nf-call-iptables = 0
    
    This issue presents when the augeas library (used by netcf) has trouble parsing one of the system config files that netcf needs to read or modify.
  • The default value of the Emulex lpfc module parameter, lpfc_use_msi, was 2 (MSI-X) on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.4. In Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 this default is now set to 0 (INTx). This change causes the driver behavior to stop using MSI-X interrupt mode and reverts to using non-msi (INTx) interrupt mode. This change in defaults addresses apparent regressions in some hardware platforms, introduced when the default lpfc driver value was previously changed from 0 to 2 (which made MSI-X the default behavior).
    If the lpfc module is behaving erratically, work around this issue by setting the lpfc module parameter lpfc_use_msi to 2.

6. Clustering

6.1. Technology Previews

pacemaker
Pacemaker, a scalable high-availability cluster resource manager, is included in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 as a Technology Preview. Pacemaker is not fully integrated with the Red Hat cluster stack.

6.2. Known Issues

  • Supplying an invalid version number in cluster.conf as a parameter to the cman_tool command will cause the cluster to stop processing information. To work around this issue, ensure that the version number used is valid.
  • Under some circumstances, creating cluster mirrors with the '--nosync' option may cause I/O to become extremely slow. Note that this issue only effects I/O immediately after the creation of the mirror, and only when '--nosync' is used. To work around this issue, run the following command after the creating the mirror.
    lvchange --refresh <VG>/<LV>
    
  • luci will not function with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 clusters unless each cluster node has ricci version 0.12.2-14
  • The sync state of an inactive LVM mirror cannot be determined. Consequently, the primary device of an LVM mirror can only be removed when the mirror is in-sync.
  • If device-mapper-multipath is used, and the default path failure timeout value (/sys/class/fc_remote_ports/rport-xxx/dev_loss_tmo) is changed, that the timeout value will revert to the default value after a path fails, and later restored. Note that this issue will present the lpfc, qla2xxx, ibmfc or fnic Fibre Channel drivers. To work around this issue the dev_loss_tmo value must be adjusted after each path fail/restore event.
  • Generally, placing mirror legs on different physical devices improves data availability. The command lvcreate --alloc anywhere does not guarantee placement of data on different physical devices. Consequently, the use of this option is not recommended. If this option is used, the location of the data placement must be manually verified.
  • The GFS2 fsck program, fsck.gfs2, currently assumes that the gfs2 file system is divided into evenly-spaced segments known as resource groups. This is always the case on file systems formatted by mkfs.gfs2. It will also be the case for most file systems created as GFS (gfs1) and converted to gfs2 format with gfs2_convert. However, if a GFS file system was resized (with gfs_grow) while it was in the GFS format, the resource groups might not be evenly spaced. If the resource groups are not evenly spaced, and the resource groups or the resource groups index (rindex) become damaged, fsck.gfs2 might not function correctly.
    There is currently no workaround for this issue. However, if the resource groups are not damaged, avoid this issue by copying the file system contents to a new device with evenly-spaced resource groups. Format the new device as gfs2 with mkfs.gfs2, and copy the contents from the old device to the new device. The new device will have evenly-spaced resource groups.

7. Authentication

7.1. Technology Previews

certmonger
The certmonger service aims to manage certificates on behalf of services running on client systems. It warns administrators when a certificate which it has been asked to watch is nearing the end of its validity period, and can be told to attempt to automatically obtain a new certificate when this happens. It supports certificates and private keys stored in either PEM or NSS database formats. It can interact with CAs running either IPA or certmaster, and is intended to be extensible to support other implementations.
ipa-client
IPA is an integrated solution to provide centrally managed Identity (machine,user, virtual machines, groups, authentication credentials). This package includes client-side functionality that when combined with a supported server can be used to provide features like kerberized sshd.

7.2. Known Issues

  • Enabling user authentication against an LDAP server using authconfig --enableldapauth does not correctly set up the /etc/nslcd.conf configuration file. Consequently, LDAP users will be denied access to the system. To work around this issue, remove the line containing pam_password md5 from the /etc/nslcd.conf file.
  • The System Security Services Daemon (SSSD) currently supports following LDAP referrals on anonymous-bind LDAP connections only.
  • The authentication configuration utility does not keep the 'Require smart card for login' check box set when Kerberos is also enabled. When the check box is checked and the configuration is saved with the 'Apply' button, the system will correctly require smart card for login. However, on the subsequent run of the authentication configuration utility the check box will be unchecked again and it is necessary to check it again to keep the option switched on.
  • When attempting to perform PKINIT pre-authentication, if the client has more than one possible candidate certificate the client may fail to select the certificate and key to use. This usually occurs if certificate selection is configured to use the value of the keyUsage extension, or if any of the candidate certificates does not contain a subjectAltName extension. Consequently, the client attempts to perform pre-authentication using a different (usually password-based) mechanism.
  • After installing certmonger, the system message bus daemon needs to be signaled to reload its configuration to allow the certmonger service to start properly. To work around this issue, send the dbus-daemon process a SIGHUP signal, or, alternatively, reboot the system.

8. Security

8.1. Technology Previews

OpenSCAP
OpenSCAP is a set of open source libraries that support the Security Content Automation Protocol (SCAP) standards from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). OpenSCAP supports the SCAP components:
  • Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE)
  • Common Platform Enumeration (CPE)
  • Common Configuration Enumeration (CCE)
  • Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS)
  • Open Vulnerability and Assessment Language (OVAL)
  • Extensible Configuration Checklist Description Format (XCCDF)
Additionally, the openSCAP package includes an application to generate SCAP reports about system configuration. This package is considered a Technology Preview in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.
TPM
TPM hardware can create, store and use RSA keys securely (without ever being exposed in memory), verify a platform's software state using cryptographic hashes and more. The user space libraries, trousers and tpm-tools are considered a Technology Preview in this Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.

9. Devices and Device Drivers

PCI Device Ordering
In Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, the PCI device ordering is based on the PCI device enumeration. PCI device enumeration is based on the PCI enumeration algorithm (depth first then breadth) and is constant per system type. Additionally, once the devices are discovered, the module loading process is sequentialized, providing persistent naming of the interfaces.

9.1. Technology Previews

Brocade BFA Driver
The Brocade BFA driver is considered a Technology Preview feature in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6. The BFA driver supports Brocade FibreChannel and FCoE mass storage adapters.
SR-IOV on the be2net driver
The SR-IOV functionality of the Emulex be2net driver is considered a Technology Preview in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.

9.2. Known Issues

  • The udev daemon in Red Hat Enterprise 6 watches all devices for changes. If a change occurs, the device is rescanned for device information to be stored in the udev database.
    The scanning process causes additional I/O to devices after they were changed by tools. udev to can be told to exclude devices from being watched with a udev rule. A rule can be created by adding a new file <myname>.rules in /etc/udev/rules.d containing the following line:
    ACTION=="add|change", SYMLINK=="disk/by-id/scsi-SATA_SAMSUNG_HD400LDS0AXJ1LL903246", OPTIONS+="nowatch"
    
    The SYMLINK should be replaced with any symlink path found in /dev/disk/* for the device in question.
    This will prevent unexpected I/O on the device, after data was written directly to the device (not on the filesystem). However, it will also prevent device updates in the udev database, like filesystem labels, symbolic links in /dev/disk/*, etc.
  • Under some circumstances, the bfa-firmware package in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 may cause these devices to encounter a rare memory parity error. To work around this issue, to update to the newer firmware package, available directly from Brocade.
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 only has support for the first revision of the UPEK Touchstrip fingerprint reader (USB ID 147e:2016). Attempting to use a second revision device may cause the fingerprint reader daemon to crash. The command
    lsusb -v -d 147e:2016 | grep bcdDevice
    
    will return the version of the device being used in an individual machine.
  • The Emulex Fibre Channel/Fibre Channel-over-Ethernet (FCoE) driver in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 does not support DH-CHAP authentication. DH-CHAP authentication provides secure access between hosts and mass storage in Fibre-Channel and FCoE SANs in compliance with the FC-SP specification. Note, however that the Emulex driver (lpfc) does support DH-CHAP authentication on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5, from version 5.4. Future Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 releases may include DH-CHAP authentication.
  • Partial Offload iSCSI adapters do not work on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Consequently, devices that use the be2iscsi driver cannot be used during installation.
  • The hpsa_allow_any kernel option allows the hpsa driver to be used with older hardware that typically uses the cciss module by default. To use the hpsa driver with older hardware, set hpsa_allow_any=1 and blacklist the cciss module. Note, however that this is an unsupported, non-default configuration.
  • Platforms with BIOS/UEFI that are unaware of PCI-e SR-IOV capabilities may fail to enable virtual functions
  • The recommended minimum HBA firmware revision for use with the mpt2sas driver is "Phase 5 firmware" (i.e. with version number in the form 05.xx.xx.xx.) Note that following this recommendation is especially important on complex SAS configurations involving multiple SAS expanders.
  • The persistent naming of devices that are dynamically discovered in a system is a large problem that exists both in and outside of kdump. Nominally, devices are detected in the same order, which leads to consistent naming. In cases where devices are not detected in the same order, device abstraction layers (e.g. LVM) make essentially resolve the issue, though the use of metadata stored on the devices to create consistency. In the rare cases where no such abstraction layer is in use, and renaming devices causes issues with kdump, it is recommended that devices be referred to by disk label or UUID in kdump.conf.
  • The following issues and limitations may be encountered with the Broadcom bnx2, bnx2x, and cnic drivers
    • Support for only one VLAN per port
    • If deactivating the interface (i.e. the ifdown and ifup commands) the driver will need to be unloaded and reloaded to function correctly.

10. Kernel

Kdump Auto Enablement
Kdump is now enabled by default on systems with large amounts of memory. Specifically, kdump is enabled by default on:
  • systems with more than 4GB of memory on architectures with a 4KB page size (i.e. x86 or x86_64), or
  • systems with more than 8GB of memory on architectures with larger than a 4KB page size (i.e PPC64).
On systems with less than the above memory configurations, kdump is not auto enabled. Refer to /usr/share/doc/kexec-tools-2.0.0/kexec-kdump-howto.txt for instructions on enabling kdump on these systems.
crashkernel parameter syntax
Please note that in future versions of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 (i.e. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1 and later) the auto value setting of the crashkernel= parameter (i.e. crashkernel=auto) will be deprecated.
Barrier Implementation in the Kernel
The barrier implementation in the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 kernel works by completely draining the I/O scheduler's queue, then issuing a preflush, a barrier, and finally a postflush request. However, since the supported file systems in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 all implement their own ordering guarantees, the block layer need only provide a mechanism to ensure that a barrier request is ordered with respect to other I/O already in the disk cache. This mechanism avoids I/O stalls experienced by queue draining. The block layer will be updated in future kernels to provide this more efficient mechanism of ensuring ordering.
Workloads that include heavy fsync or metadata activity will see an overall improvement in disk performance. Users taking advantage of the proportional weight I/O controller will also see a boost in performance. In preparation for the block layer updates, third party file system developers need to ensure that data ordering surrounding journal commits are handled within the file system itself, since the block layer will no longer provide this functionality.
These future block layer improvements will change some kernel interfaces such that symbols which are not on the kABI whitelist shall be modified. This may result in the need to recompile third party file system or storage drivers.
Systemtap Tracepoints
The following 3 virtual memory tracepoints are deprecated in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
  • trace_mm_background_writeout(unsigned long written)
  • trace_mm_olddata_writeout(unsigned long written)
  • trace_mm_balancedirty_writeout(unsigned long written)

10.1. Technology Previews

Remote Audit Logging
The audit package contains the user space utilities for storing and searching the audit records generated by the audit subsystem in the Linux 2.6 kernel. Within the audispd-plugins subpackage is a utility that allows for the transmission of audit events to a remote aggregating machine. This remote audit logging application, audisp-remote, is considered a Technology Preview in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.
Linux (NameSpace) Container [LXC]
Linux (NameSpace) Containers [LXC] is a Technology Preview feature in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Beta that provides isolation of resources assigned to one or more processes. A process is assigned a separate user permission, networking, filesystem name space from its parent.
Error Detection And Correction (EDAC) driver interface
The Error Detection And Correction (EDAC) driver interface for processors based on the Intel microarchitecture codename Nehalem is considered a Technology Preview in this pre-release version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.

10.2. Known Issues

  • Calgary IOMMU default detection has been disabled in this release. If you require Calgary IOMMU support add 'iommu=calgary' as a boot parameter.
  • The kdump service fails on systems with large amounts of memory and crashkernel=auto enabled, returning the error message kdump: kexec: failed to load kdump kernel in /var/log/messages.
    To workaround this issue, change the crashkernel parameter to 128M (on x86_64 and x86 architectures) or 256M (on the ppc64 architecture).
  • If the kdump crash recovery technology is enabled and in use on a given system, minimum memory requirements should be raised by the amount of memory reserved for kdump usage. This value is determined by the user, and specified on the kernel command line, via the crashkernel parameter. The default value for this setting is 128MB.
  • When using the DIF/DIX hardware checksum features of a storage path behind a block device, errors will occur if the block device is used as a general purpose block device.
    Buffered I/O or mmap(2) based IO will not work reliably as there are no interlocks in the buffered write path to prevent overwriting cached data while the hardware is performing DMA operations. An overwrite during a DMA operation will cause a torn write and the write will fail checksums in the hardware storage path. This problem is common to all block device or file system based buffered or mmap(2) I/O, so the problem of I/O errors during overwrites cannot be worked around.
    DIF/DIX enabled block devices should only be used with applications that use O_DIRECT I/O. Applications should use the raw block device, though it should be safe to use the XFS file system on a DIF/DIX enabled block device if only O_DIRECT I/O is issued through the file system. In both cases the responsibility for preventing torn writes lies with the application, so only applications designed for use with O_DIRECT I/O and DIF/DIX hardware should enable this feature.
  • The memory controller in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 beta may encounter stability issues when under heavy stress testing or memory pressure.
  • The i686 debug kernel may crash on some systems when starting the udev service.
  • Systems configured with Intel 82578DM NICs may not be recognized during boot/install resulting in driver load failure, (driver probe fails with error -2).
  • This pre-release version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 provides automated Physical CPU Socket and Memory Hot-Add support. Note, however, that CPU Socket and Memory Hot-Remove actions are not supported. Additionally, only single CPU Socket add events are supported at this time, and tsc support is disabled after a CPU Socket add event.
  • In Beta releases of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, PCIe ASPM would be enabled on PCIe hierarchies even if they lacked an _OSC method as defined in section 4.5 of the PCI firmware specification, release 3.0. Post Beta, firmware must provide an appropriate _OSC method on all PCI roots in order to allow PCIe ASPM to be enabled. The "pcie_aspm=force" boot parameter may be passed in order to enable PCIe ASPM.
  • Use of the cciss and hpsa drivers with some controllers (e.g. P400, P400i, E500, P800, P700m and 6402/6404) may cause kdump to fail.
  • The top-level makefile to of the kernel in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 includes the -Werror option as part of the standard kernel build. Consequently, all kernel compile warnings are reported as errors. In non-production environments, the -Werror flag can be disabled by removing the following two lines from the top-level kernel Makefile:
    KBUILD_CFLAGS   += $(shell if [ $(CPP_VERS) -ge 4004004 ]; then \
                     echo "-Wno-array-bounds -Werror"; else echo ""; fi)
    
    Note, however, that Red Hat does not support custom built kernels or custom built modules.
  • Some SystemTap probes require the additional module, uprobes.ko at run time. This additional module is usually built automatically when the script is compiled. However, in the client-server case, the uprobes.ko module is not returned by the server to the client. Consequently, missing symbols are reported when the module representing the script is loaded. To work around this issue, use the following command to manually build the uprobes.ko module on the client host.
      make -C <prefix>/share/systemtap/runtime/uprobes
    
    Note that "<prefix>" is the install prefix for systemtap, and that this manual build of uprobes.ko will only need to be done once.
  • Due to the way ftrace works when modifying the code during startup, the NMI watchdog causes too much noise and ftrace can not find a quiet period to instrument the code. Consequently, machines with more than 512 cpus will encounter issues with the NMI watchdog. Such issues will return error messages similar to "BUG: NMI Watchdog detected LOCKUP" and have either 'ftrace_modify_code' or 'ipi_handler' in the backtrace. To work around this issue, disable nmi_watchdog using the command:
    nmi_watchdog=0
    
  • Under some circumstances, a kernel panic on installation or boot may occur if the "Interrupt Remapping" feature is enabled in the BIOS. To work around this issue, disable interrupt remapping in the BIOS.
  • The kernel will panic when booting the kdump kernel on a s390 system with an initramfs that contains an odd number of bytes. To work around this this issue, generate an initramfs with sufficient padding such that it contains an even number of bytes.
  • Creating many 'cpu' control groups (cgroups) on a system with a large number of CPUs will slow down the machine when the control groups feature is enabled. To work around this issue, disable control groups.
  • Under certain circumstances, the Linux kernel makes an erroneous assumption about where to reserve memory for the kdump kernel on large-memory POWER systems. Consequently, a newly installed POWER system may return the following message during the initial post installation bootup:
    returning from prom_init
     Kernel panic - not syncing: ERROR: Failed to allocate 0x4000 bytes below 0x10000000.
     Rebooting in 180 seconds..
    
    Complete the following steps to work around this issue. Note, however, that this work around disables the kdump feature.
    1. The system will reboot 180 seconds after the initial error message was returned. After reboot, the yaboot prompt will be presented:
       Welcome to Red Hat Enterprise Linux!
       Hit <TAB> for boot options
       Welcome to yaboot version 1.3.14 (Red Hat 1.3.14-34.el6)
       Enter "help" to get some basic usage information
       boot:
      
      At the prompt, enter the following line and press enter.
      linux crashkernel=512M-2G:256M
      
    2. Log in to the system as root, and open /etc/yaboot.conf in a text editor. The yaboot.conf file should be similar to:
       # yaboot.conf generated by anaconda
      
       boot=/dev/sda1
       init-message="Welcome to Red Hat Enterprise Linux!\nHit <TAB> for boot options"
      
       partition=2
       timeout=5
       install=/usr/lib/yaboot/yaboot
       delay=30
       enablecdboot
       enableofboot
       enablenetboot
       nonvram
       fstype=raw
      
       image=/vmlinuz-2.6.32-59.el6.ppc64
               label=linux
               read-only
               initrd=/initramfs-2.6.32-59.el6.ppc64.img
               append="rd_NO_LUKS rd_NO_LVM rd_NO_MD rd_NO_DM LANG=en_US.UTF-8 SYSFONT=latarcyrheb-sun16 KEYTABLE=us console=hvc0 crashkernel=auto rhgb quiet root=UUID=63f94acf-6241-4a66-a861-9de912602287"
      
      Remove the string crashkernel=auto from the append= line. Save the file, and exit the editor. Subsequent reboots of the system will boot to the system prompt.
  • On 64-bit POWER systems the EHEA NIC driver will fail when attempting to dump a vmcore via NFS. To work around this issue, utilize other kdump facilities, for example dumping to the local filesystem, or dumping over SSH.
  • A BIOS emulated floppy disk might cause the installation or kernel boot process to hang. To avoid this, disable emulated floppy disk support in the BIOS.
  • The preferred method to enable nmi_watchdog on 32-bit x86 systems is to use either nmi_watchdog=2 or nmi_watchdog=lapic parameters. The parameter nmi_watchdog=1 is not supported.
  • The module loading operation of certain crypto libraries will not be successful. Consequently, the modules required for in-kernel crypto cannot be loaded. In-kernel crypto cannot be used with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 until this issue is resolved.
  • A BIOS issue on some platforms incorrectly indicates that the system busmastering flag must be checked before entering the deep C state. Consequently, some systems might spend a significantly lower percentage of time in deep C states (C3 and lower) in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 compared to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.5. Updated the BIOS on affected systems will resolve this issue.
  • IMA in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.0 GA is enabled by loading an IMA policy. However, future updates will require the boot parameter "ima=on" in addition to loading an IMA policy to enable IMA. This change reduces overhead on systems not using IMA.

11. Development and Tools

11.1. Technology Previews

libdfp
An updated libdfp library is available in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6. libdfp is a decimal floating point math library, and is available as an alternative to the glibc math functions on Power and s390x architectures, and is available in the supplementary channels.
Eclipse Plugins
The following plugins for the Eclipse software development environment are considered to be Technology Previews in this pre-release version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
  • The Mylyn plugin for the Eclipse task management subsystem
  • the eclipse-callgraph C/C++ Call Graph Visualization plugin
  • the eclipse-pydev plugin to aid python development

11.2. Known Issues

  • cURL is a tool for getting files from FTP, HTTP, Gopher, Telnet, and Dict servers, using any of the supported protocols. The cURL API, and consequently, the python bindings for cURL, do not provide textual messages for errors. Therefore, all applications that use the python bindings for cURL will return errors in formats such as:
     Pycurl Error 6 - ""
    
    instead of more useful messages such as:
     Pycurl Error 6 - "Could not resolve hostname: blah.example.com"
    
    cURL error codes can be manually interpreted by reading the /usr/include/curl/curl.h file.
  • Due to a deficiency in java-1.6.0-ibm-plugin for AMD64 and Intel 64, IBM Java 6 Web Start cannot open JNLP files. This affects file management tools and WWW browsers. To work around this open JNLP files using the command:
    /usr/lib/jvm/jre-1.6.0-ibm.x86_64/bin/javaws file.jnpl
    
    Note that 32-bit packages are not affected by this issue.
  • Under some circumstances on the PPC64 architecture, Ruby does not save the context correctly when switching threads. Consequently, when a thread is restored it has a stale value which might return a architecture fault.
  • Under some circumstances, libdfp encounters an issue converting some values from string to DFP with the conversion command strtod32. The strtod64 and strtod128 commands do work correctly.

12. Desktop

nautilus-open-terminal behavior change
The nautilus-open-terminal package provides a right-click "Open Terminal" option to open a new terminal window in the current directory. Previously, when this option was chosen from the Desktop, the new terminal window location defaulted to the user's home directory. However, in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, the default behavior opens the Desktop directory (i.e. ~/Desktop/). To enable the previous behavior, use the following command to set the desktop_opens_home_dir GConf boolean to true:
gconftool-2 -s /apps/nautilus-open-terminal/desktop_opens_home_dir --type=bool true
Adobe Flash and Adobe Acrobat Reader on 64-Bit
The 64-bit Red Hat Enterprise Linux Supplementary CD contains the 32-bit versions of Adobe Acrobat Reader and Adobe Flash for use on the 64-bit architecture. To use these browser plugins correctly, the nspluginwrapper.i686 and alsa-plugins-pulseaudio.i686 packages must be installed prior to the installation of the plugins.
gnome-packagekit architecture filter
By default, gnome-packagekit uses a filter to hide packages that are not the same architecture as the system. Consequently, when installing packages for other architectures (e.g. the 32-bit versions of acroread and flash-plugin on the 64-bit architecture) the "Only native filters" from the Filters menu must be unchecked for these packages to be visible.

12.1. Known Issues

  • When enabled, fingerprint authentication is the default authentication method to unlock a workstation, even if the fingerprint reader device is not accessible. However, after a 30 second wait, password authentication will become available.
  • ATI RN50/ES1000 graphics devices have limited Video RAM (VRAM) and are restricted to an 8-bit color depth for the text console. Consequently, the graphical boot screen is unavailable on systems using these graphics devices.
  • On the GNOME desktop, the CD/DVD burning utility brasero conflicts with the automounting feature in Nautilus. Consequently, the following error message will be displayed when brasero attempts to verify the checksum of the disc:
    Error while burning: You do not have the required permissions to use this drive
    
    In most cases, the data is still written to the disc.
  • The system-config-users tool cannot always detect if a home directory can be created correctly. Consequently, system-config-users might fail silently when attempting to create a home directory on some file systems (e.g. home directories located beneath an autofs mount-point). Typically, when this issue is encountered, the user account itself is created, but the creation of the home directory fails. To create a user with an auto-mounted home directory, create the home directory manually before creating the user in system-config-users.
  • Evolution's IMAP backend only refreshes folder contents under the following circumstances: when the user switches into or out of a folder, when the auto-refresh period expires, or when the user manually refreshes a folder (i.e. using the menu item Folder > Refresh). Consequently, when replying to a message in the Sent folder, the new message does not immediately appear in the Sent folder. To see the message, force a refresh using one of the methods describe above.
  • Not all languages have predefined default input method engines. Consequently, in some languages, ibus will not have an input method engine configured. To work around this issue, add an input method using the Input Method configuration dialog (System > Preferences > Input Method
  • Using the im-chooser tool, XIM cannot be disabled as the default GTK immodule. Disabling input-methods using im-chooser and restarting the desktop session will still result in GTK applications using the XIM immodule. Consequently, using the Ctrl+Shift+U key combination to the directly input of Unicode characters from their hexidecimal code will not work. To work around this issue, use im-chooser to enable ibus. Enabling ibus permits gtk-im-context-simple's Unicode input and compose sequences to be used.
  • The hardware mute button on Lenovo ThinkPad X200 notebooks does not work. Note, however, that the volume down and volume up buttons function correctly.
  • The clock applet in the GNOME panel has a default location of Boston, USA. Additional locations are added by via the applet's preferences dialog. Additionally, to change the default location, left-click the applet, hover over the desired location in the "Locations" section, and click the "Set..." button that appears.
  • In some multi-monitor configurations (e.g. dual monitors with both rotated), the cursor confinement code produces incorrect results. For example, the cursor may be permitted to disappear offscreen when it should not, or be prevented from entering some areas where it should be allowed to go. Currently, the only work around to this issue is to disable monitor rotation.
  • ATI RN50/ES1000 graphics devices have a lower number of hardware controllers than output connectors. Due to a defect in the graphical boot system, this type of configuration results in a blank display. Consequently, users of systems with these ATI graphics devices will experience prolonged (potentially up to 2 minutes or longer) blank screens during boot up and shutdown. Once the boot process completes and a login prompt is available, the display will function as expected. The prolonged blank screen can be avoided by removing "rhgb" from the list of boot parameters on the kernel command line in /etc/grub.conf
  • If a Russian keyboard is chosen during system installation, the login screen is configured to use Russian input for user names and passwords by default. However, pressing Left Shift and Right Shift does not cause the input to change to ASCII mode. Consequently, the user cannot log in. To work around this issue, run the following sequence, as root, post installation:
    . /etc/sysconfig/keyboard; echo $LAYOUT | grep -q ",us" && gconftool-2
    --direct --config-source xml:readwrite:/var/lib/gdm/.gconf --set
    /apps/gdm/simple-greeter/recent-layouts --type list --list-type string $(echo
    $LAYOUT | awk -F, '{ print "[" $2 "," $1 "]"; }') && echo "DONE"
    
  • For KMS drivers, the syntax is:
    video=[connector:]mode
    
    "connector", which is optional maps to the name of the connector as listed in /sys/class/drm/card0. For example:
    ~% ls /sys/class/drm/card0 
    card0-LVDS-1  card0-VGA-1  dev  device  power  subsystem  uevent
    
    This device has connectors named LVDS-1 and VGA-1. If no connector is specified the requested mode will apply to all connectors.
    Mode strings may be of the form:
    <xres>x<yres>[R][-<bpp>][@<refresh>][i][eDd]
    
    Parts inside <> are mandatory, parts inside [] are optional. R requests the use of the CVT reduced-blanking formula, applicable for some digital displays; otherwise GTF is used. i requests an interlaced mode. e forces the output to be enabled even if it appears to be disconnected; d forces the output to be disabled. For DVI connections, D forces the use of the digital signal path instead of analog; on other connectors it has no effect. Only one of e, d, or D may be given.
  • Under some circumstances, the Add/Remove Software (gpk-application) graphical user interface does not display Supplementary groups or packages the Supplementary group is chosen. To work around this, use the System>Refresh Package Lists option to refresh the package lists.

A. Package Manifest

A.1. Variants

A.1.1.  Server

The following table lists all the packages in the Server variant. Core Packages are explicitly referenced in a comps group and can be selected directly using anaconda or kickstart.
Package Core Package? License
ConsoleKit
No
GPLv2+
ConsoleKit-libs
No
MIT
ConsoleKit-x11
No
GPLv2+
DeviceKit-power
No
GPLv2+
ElectricFence
Yes
GPLv2
GConf2
No
LGPLv2+
GConf2-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
GConf2-gtk
No
LGPLv2+
ImageMagick
Yes
ImageMagick
ImageMagick-c++
No
ImageMagick
MAKEDEV
No
GPLv2
ModemManager
No
GPLv2+
MySQL-python
Yes
GPLv2+
NetworkManager
Yes
GPLv2+
NetworkManager-glib
No
GPLv2+
NetworkManager-gnome
Yes
GPLv2+
NetworkManager-openswan
Yes
GPLv2+
ORBit2
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+
ORBit2-devel
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+
OpenEXR-libs
No
BSD
OpenIPMI
Yes
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+ or BSD
OpenIPMI-libs
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+ or BSD
PackageKit
No
GPLv2+
PackageKit-device-rebind
No
GPLv2+
PackageKit-glib
No
GPLv2+
PackageKit-gstreamer-plugin
Yes
GPLv2+
PackageKit-gtk-module
No
GPLv2+
PackageKit-yum
No
GPLv2+
PackageKit-yum-plugin
No
GPLv2+
PyGreSQL
Yes
MIT or Python
PyKDE4
No
LGPLv2+
PyQt4
No
GPLv3 or GPLv2 with exceptions
PyQt4-devel
Yes
GPLv3 or GPLv2 with exceptions
PyXML
No
MIT and Python and ZPLv1.0 and BSD
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-as-IN
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-bn-IN
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-de-DE
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-en-US
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-es-ES
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-fr-FR
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-gu-IN
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-hi-IN
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-it-IT
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-ja-JP
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-kn-IN
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-ko-KR
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-ml-IN
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-mr-IN
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-or-IN
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-pa-IN
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-pt-BR
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Package Core Package? License
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-ru-RU
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-si-LK
Yes
Open Publication
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-ta-IN
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-te-IN
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-zh-CN
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-zh-TW
Yes
CC-BY-SA
SDL
No
LGPLv2+
SDL-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
SOAPpy
No
BSD and ZPLv2.0
TurboGears2
Yes
MIT
Xaw3d
No
MIT
abrt
No
GPLv2+
abrt-addon-ccpp
Yes
GPLv2+
abrt-addon-kerneloops
Yes
GPLv2+
abrt-addon-python
Yes
GPLv2+
abrt-cli
Yes
GPLv2+
abrt-desktop
Yes
GPLv2+
abrt-gui
Yes
GPLv2+
abrt-libs
No
GPLv2+
abrt-plugin-logger
No
GPLv2+
abrt-plugin-rhtsupport
No
GPLv2+
abrt-plugin-sosreport
Yes
GPLv2+
abyssinica-fonts
Yes
OFL
acl
Yes
GPLv2+
acpid
Yes
GPLv2+
aic94xx-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
aide
Yes
GPLv2+
akonadi
No
LGPLv2+
alacarte
Yes
LGPLv2+
alsa-lib
No
LGPLv2+
alsa-lib-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
alsa-plugins-pulseaudio
Yes
LGPLv2+
alsa-utils
Yes
GPLv2+
amanda
No
BSD and LGPLv2 and GPLv3+ and GPLv2
amanda-client
Yes
BSD and LGPLv2 and GPLv3+ and GPLv2
amanda-server
Yes
BSD and LGPLv2 and GPLv3+ and GPLv2
amtu
Yes
CPL
anaconda
No
GPLv2+
anaconda-yum-plugins
No
GPLv2+
ant
Yes
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-antlr
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-apache-bcel
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-apache-bsf
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-apache-log4j
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-apache-oro
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-apache-regexp
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-apache-resolver
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-commons-logging
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-commons-net
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-javamail
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-jdepend
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-jsch
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
Package Core Package? License
ant-junit
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-nodeps
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-swing
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-trax
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
anthy
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2
antlr
No
Public Domain
apache-jasper
No
ASL 2.0
apache-tomcat-apis
No
ASL 2.0
apr
No
ASL 2.0
apr-devel
No
ASL 2.0
apr-util
No
ASL 2.0
apr-util-devel
No
ASL 2.0
apr-util-ldap
No
ASL 2.0
arptables_jf
Yes
GPLv2+
arpwatch
Yes
BSD with advertising
arts
No
LGPLv2+
arts-devel
No
LGPLv2+
aspell
No
LGPLv2 and LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+ and MIT
at
Yes
GPLv2+
at-spi
Yes
LGPLv2+
at-spi-python
No
LGPLv2+
atk
Yes
LGPLv2+
atk-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
atlas
Yes
BSD
atlas-3dnow
No
BSD
atlas-sse
No
BSD
atlas-sse2
No
BSD
atlas-sse3
No
BSD
atmel-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
attr
Yes
GPLv2+
audiofile
No
LGPLv2+
audit
Yes
GPLv2+
audit-libs
No
LGPLv2+
audit-libs-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
audit-libs-python
No
LGPLv2+
audit-viewer
Yes
GPLv2
augeas-libs
No
LGPLv2+
authconfig
Yes
GPLv2+
authconfig-gtk
Yes
GPLv2+
authd
Yes
GPLv2+
autoconf
Yes
GPLv3+ and GFDL
autofs
Yes
GPLv2+
automake
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
automoc
No
BSD
avahi
No
LGPLv2
avahi-autoipd
No
LGPLv2
avahi-glib
No
LGPLv2
avahi-gobject
No
LGPLv2
avahi-libs
No
LGPLv2
avahi-tools
No
LGPLv2
avahi-ui
No
LGPLv2
avalon-framework
No
ASL 1.1
Package Core Package? License
axis
No
ASL 2.0
b43-fwcutter
Yes
BSD
b43-openfwwf
Yes
GPLv2
babel
Yes
BSD
babl
No
LGPLv3+ and GPLv3+
bacula-client
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
bacula-common
No
GPLv2 with exceptions
basesystem
Yes
Public Domain
bash
Yes
GPLv3+
batik
No
ASL 2.0
bc
Yes
GPLv2+
bcel
No
ASL 2.0
bfa-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
bind
Yes
ISC
bind-chroot
Yes
ISC
bind-dyndb-ldap
Yes
GPLv2+
bind-libs
No
ISC
bind-utils
Yes
ISC
binutils
Yes
GPLv3+
binutils-devel
Yes
GPLv3+
bison
Yes
GPLv3+
bitmap-fixed-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
bitmap-lucida-typewriter-fonts
Yes
Lucida
blas
No
BSD
blktrace
Yes
GPLv2+
bltk
Yes
BSD
bluez
No
GPLv2+
bluez-libs
No
GPLv2+
boost
No
Boost
boost-date-time
No
Boost
boost-devel
Yes
Boost
boost-filesystem
No
Boost
boost-graph
No
Boost
boost-iostreams
No
Boost
boost-program-options
No
Boost
boost-python
No
Boost
boost-regex
No
Boost
boost-serialization
No
Boost
boost-signals
No
Boost
boost-system
No
Boost
boost-test
No
Boost
boost-thread
No
Boost
boost-wave
No
Boost
bpg-chveulebrivi-fonts
Yes
GPL+ with exceptions
bpg-courier-fonts
Yes
GPL+ with exceptions
bpg-fonts-common
No
GPL+ with exceptions
bpg-glaho-fonts
Yes
GPL+ with exceptions
brasero
No
GPLv2+
brasero-libs
No
GPLv2+
brasero-nautilus
Yes
GPLv2+
bridge-utils
Yes
GPLv2+
brltty
Yes
GPLv2+
Package Core Package? License
bsf
No
ASL 2.0
btrfs-progs
No
GPLv2
busybox
No
GPLv2
byacc
Yes
Public Domain
bzip2
Yes
BSD
bzip2-devel
Yes
BSD
bzip2-libs
No
BSD
bzr
Yes
GPLv2+
c-ares
No
MIT
c2050
No
GPL+
c2070
No
GPL+
ca-certificates
No
Public Domain
cachefilesd
Yes
GPL
cairo
Yes
LGPLv2 or MPLv1.1
cairo-devel
Yes
LGPLv2 or MPLv1.1
cairo-spice
No
LGPLv2 or MPLv1.1
cairomm
No
LGPLv2+
cas
Yes
GPLv3+
ccid
Yes
LGPLv2+
cdparanoia
No
GPLv2 and LGPLv2
cdparanoia-libs
No
LGPLv2
cdrdao
No
GPLv2+
celt051
No
BSD
certmonger
Yes
GPLv3+
check
No
LGPLv2+
check-devel
No
LGPLv2+
checkpolicy
No
GPLv2
cheese
Yes
GPLv2+
chkconfig
No
GPLv2
chrpath
Yes
GPL+
cifs-utils
Yes
GPLv3
cim-schema
No
DMTF
cjet
No
GPLv2+
cjkuni-fonts-common
No
Arphic
cjkuni-fonts-ghostscript
Yes
Arphic
cjkuni-ukai-fonts
Yes
Arphic
cjkuni-uming-fonts
Yes
Arphic
classpathx-jaf
No
GPLv2+
classpathx-mail
No
GPLv2+ with exceptions
cloog-ppl
No
GPLv2+
clucene-core
No
LGPLv2+ or ASL 2.0
clutter
No
LGPLv2+
cmake
Yes
BSD
compat-dapl
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD or CPL
compat-db
Yes
BSD
compat-db42
No
BSD
compat-db43
No
BSD
compat-expat1
Yes
MIT
compat-gcc-34
Yes
GPLv2+ and GPLv2+ with exceptions
compat-gcc-34-c++
Yes
GPLv2+ and GPLv2+ with exceptions
compat-gcc-34-g77
Yes
GPLv2+ and GPLv2+ with exceptions
compat-glibc
Yes
LGPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ with exceptions and GPLv2+
Package Core Package? License
compat-glibc-headers
No
LGPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ with exceptions and GPLv2+
compat-libcap1
Yes
BSD-like and LGPL
compat-libf2c-34
Yes
GPLv2+ and GPLv2+ with exceptions
compat-libgcc-296
Yes
GPLv2+
compat-libgfortran-41
Yes
GPLv2+ with exceptions
compat-libstdc++-296
Yes
GPLv2+
compat-libstdc++-33
Yes
GPLv2+ with exceptions
compat-libtermcap
Yes
GPLv2+
compat-openldap
Yes
OpenLDAP
compat-readline5
No
GPLv2+
compiz
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ and MIT
compiz-gnome
Yes
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ and MIT
comps-extras
No
GPL+ and LGPL+
conman
Yes
GPLv2+
control-center
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
control-center-extra
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
control-center-filesystem
No
GPLv2+ and GFDL
coolkey
Yes
LGPLv2
coreutils
Yes
GPLv3+
coreutils-libs
No
GPLv3+
cpio
Yes
GPLv3+
cpp
No
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
cpufrequtils
Yes
GPLv2
cpuspeed
Yes
GPLv2+
cracklib
No
LGPLv2+
cracklib-dicts
No
LGPLv2+
cracklib-python
No
LGPLv2+
crash
Yes
GPLv3
crash-trace-command
Yes
GPLv2
crda
No
ISC
createrepo
No
GPLv2
cronie
Yes
MIT and BSD and ISC and GPLv2
cronie-anacron
No
MIT and BSD and ISC and GPLv2
cronie-noanacron
No
MIT and BSD and ISC and GPLv2
crontabs
Yes
Public Domain and GPLv2
crypto-utils
Yes
MIT and GPLv2+
cryptsetup-luks
Yes
GPLv2
cryptsetup-luks-libs
No
GPLv2
cscope
Yes
BSD
ctags
Yes
GPLv2+ or Public Domain
ctags-etags
Yes
GPLv2+ or Public Domain
ctan-cm-lgc-fonts-common
No
GPLv2+ with exceptions
ctan-cm-lgc-roman-fonts
No
GPLv2+ with exceptions
ctan-cm-lgc-sans-fonts
No
GPLv2+ with exceptions
ctan-cm-lgc-typewriter-fonts
No
GPLv2+ with exceptions
ctan-kerkis-fonts-common
No
LPPL
ctan-kerkis-sans-fonts
No
LPPL
ctan-kerkis-serif-fonts
No
LPPL
ctapi-common
No
MIT
culmus-aharoni-clm-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
culmus-caladings-clm-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
culmus-david-clm-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
Package Core Package? License
culmus-drugulin-clm-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
culmus-ellinia-clm-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
culmus-fonts-common
No
GPLv2
culmus-frank-ruehl-clm-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
culmus-miriam-clm-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
culmus-miriam-mono-clm-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
culmus-nachlieli-clm-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
culmus-yehuda-clm-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
cups
Yes
GPLv2
cups-devel
Yes
LGPLv2
cups-libs
No
LGPLv2
cups-lpd
Yes
GPLv2
cups-pk-helper
Yes
GPLv2+
curl
No
MIT
cvs
Yes
GPL+ and GPLv2+ and LGPL+
cyrus-imapd
Yes
BSD
cyrus-imapd-utils
No
BSD
cyrus-sasl
No
BSD
cyrus-sasl-devel
Yes
BSD
cyrus-sasl-gssapi
No
BSD
cyrus-sasl-lib
No
BSD
cyrus-sasl-md5
No
BSD
cyrus-sasl-plain
Yes
BSD
dapl
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD or CPL
dash
No
BSD
db4
Yes
BSD
db4-cxx
No
BSD
db4-devel
Yes
BSD
db4-utils
No
BSD
dbus
Yes
GPLv2+ or AFL
dbus-c++
No
LGPLv2+
dbus-devel
Yes
GPLv2+ or AFL
dbus-glib
No
AFL and GPLv2+
dbus-glib-devel
Yes
AFL and GPLv2+
dbus-libs
Yes
GPLv2+ or AFL
dbus-python
No
MIT
dbus-qt
No
AFL or GPLv2+
dbus-x11
No
GPLv2+ or AFL
dcraw
Yes
GPLv2+
dejagnu
Yes
GPLv2+
dejavu-fonts-common
No
Bitstream Vera and Public Domain
dejavu-lgc-sans-mono-fonts
No
Bitstream Vera and Public Domain
dejavu-sans-fonts
Yes
Bitstream Vera and Public Domain
dejavu-sans-mono-fonts
Yes
Bitstream Vera and Public Domain
dejavu-serif-fonts
Yes
Bitstream Vera and Public Domain
deltarpm
No
BSD
desktop-effects
No
GPLv2+
desktop-file-utils
Yes
GPLv2+
devhelp
No
GPLv2+
device-mapper
No
GPLv2
device-mapper-event
No
GPLv2
device-mapper-event-libs
No
LGPLv2
Package Core Package? License
device-mapper-libs
No
LGPLv2
device-mapper-multipath
Yes
GPL+
device-mapper-multipath-libs
No
GPL+
dhclient
Yes
ISC
dhcp
Yes
ISC
dialog
No
LGPLv2
diffstat
Yes
MIT
diffutils
No
GPLv2+
dmidecode
No
GPLv2+
dmraid
Yes
GPLv2+
dmraid-events
No
GPLv2+
dmz-cursor-themes
No
CC-BY-SA
dnsmasq
Yes
GPLv2 or GPLv3
docbook-dtds
No
Copyright only
docbook-simple
No
Freely redistributable without restriction
docbook-slides
Yes
MIT
docbook-style-dsssl
No
Copyright only
docbook-style-xsl
Yes
Copyright only
docbook-utils
Yes
GPLv2+
docbook-utils-pdf
Yes
GPL+
docbook5-schemas
Yes
Freely redistributable without restriction
docbook5-style-xsl
Yes
MIT and MPLv1.1
dos2unix
Yes
BSD
dosfstools
Yes
GPLv3+
dovecot
Yes
MIT and LGPLv2
dovecot-mysql
Yes
MIT and LGPLv2
dovecot-pgsql
Yes
MIT and LGPLv2
dovecot-pigeonhole
Yes
MIT and LGPLv2
doxygen
Yes
GPL+
dracut
No
GPLv2+
dracut-fips
Yes
GPLv2+
dracut-kernel
No
GPLv2+
dracut-network
Yes
GPLv2+
dropwatch
Yes
GPLv2+
dstat
Yes
GPLv2
dtach
Yes
GPLv2+
dump
Yes
BSD
dumpet
Yes
GPLv2+
dvd+rw-tools
No
GPLv2
dvgrab
Yes
GPLv2+
dvipng
No
GPLv2+ and OFSFDL
e2fsprogs
Yes
GPLv2
e2fsprogs-devel
Yes
GPLv2 and LGPLv2
e2fsprogs-libs
No
GPLv2 and LGPLv2
ebtables
Yes
GPLv2+
ecj
No
EPL
eclipse-birt
No
EPL
eclipse-callgraph
Yes
EPL
eclipse-cdt
Yes
EPL and CPL
eclipse-changelog
Yes
EPL
eclipse-dtp
No
EPL
eclipse-emf
No
EPL
Package Core Package? License
eclipse-gef
No
EPL
eclipse-jdt
Yes
EPL
eclipse-linuxprofilingframework
No
EPL
eclipse-mylyn
Yes
EPL and ASL 2.0
eclipse-mylyn-cdt
Yes
EPL and ASL 2.0
eclipse-mylyn-java
Yes
EPL and ASL 2.0
eclipse-mylyn-pde
Yes
EPL and ASL 2.0
eclipse-mylyn-trac
Yes
EPL and ASL 2.0
eclipse-mylyn-webtasks
Yes
EPL and ASL 2.0
eclipse-mylyn-wikitext
Yes
EPL and ASL 2.0
eclipse-nls
No
EPL
eclipse-nls-ar
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-bg
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-cs
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-da
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-de
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-el
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-es
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-et
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-fi
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-fr
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-he
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-hi
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-hu
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-it
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-ja
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-ko
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-mn
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-nl
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-no
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-pl
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-pt
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-pt_BR
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-ro
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-ru
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-sv
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-tr
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-uk
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-zh
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-zh_TW
Yes
EPL
eclipse-oprofile
Yes
EPL
eclipse-pde
Yes
EPL
eclipse-platform
No
EPL
eclipse-rcp
No
EPL
eclipse-rpm-editor
Yes
EPL
eclipse-rse
No
EPL
eclipse-subclipse
Yes
EPL and CC-BY
eclipse-subclipse-graph
Yes
EPL and CC-BY
eclipse-svnkit
No
TMate License and ASL 1.1
eclipse-swt
No
EPL
eclipse-valgrind
Yes
EPL
ecryptfs-utils
Yes
GPLv2+
Package Core Package? License
ed
Yes
GPLv3+ and GFDL
edac-utils
Yes
GPLv2+
efax
Yes
GPLv2+
efibootmgr
Yes
GPLv2+
eggdbus
No
LGPLv2
eject
Yes
GPLv2+
elfutils
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
elfutils-devel
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
elfutils-libelf
No
GPLv2 with exceptions
elfutils-libelf-devel
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
elfutils-libs
No
GPLv2 with exceptions
elinks
Yes
GPLv2
emacs
Yes
GPLv3+
emacs-auctex
Yes
GPLv3+
emacs-common
No
GPLv3+
emacs-gnuplot
Yes
gnuplot
emacs-nox
Yes
GPLv3+
enchant
No
LGPLv2+
enscript
Yes
GPLv2+
environment-modules
No
GPLv2+
eog
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
esc
Yes
GPL+
ethtool
Yes
GPLv2
evince
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
evince-dvi
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
evince-libs
No
GPLv2+ and GFDL
evolution-data-server
No
LGPLv2+
evolution-data-server-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
evolution-data-server-doc
No
LGPLv2+
exempi
No
BSD
exiv2-libs
No
GPLv2+
expat
No
MIT
expat-devel
Yes
MIT
expect
Yes
Public Domain
fakechroot
No
LGPLv2+
fakechroot-libs
No
LGPLv2+
fakeroot
No
GPL+
fakeroot-libs
No
GPL+
fcoe-utils
Yes
GPLv2
febootstrap
No
GPLv2+
fence-virtd
No
GPLv2+
fence-virtd-libvirt
Yes
GPLv2+
fence-virtd-multicast
Yes
GPLv2+
fence-virtd-serial
Yes
GPLv2+
festival
No
MIT and GPL+ and TCL
festival-lib
No
MIT and GPL+ and TCL
festival-speechtools-libs
No
MIT and GPL+ and TCL
festvox-slt-arctic-hts
No
MIT and GPL+ and TCL
fetchmail
Yes
GPL+ and Public Domain
ffmpeg-spice-libs
No
GPLv2+
file
Yes
BSD
file-devel
No
BSD
Package Core Package? License
file-libs
No
BSD
file-roller
Yes
GPLv2+
filesystem
Yes
Public Domain
findutils
No
GPLv3+
finger
Yes
BSD
finger-server
Yes
BSD
fipscheck
No
BSD
fipscheck-lib
No
BSD
firefox
Yes
MPLv1.1 or GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+
firstaidkit
No
GPLv2+
firstaidkit-engine
No
GPLv2+
firstaidkit-gui
Yes
GPLv2+
firstboot
Yes
GPLv2+
flac
No
BSD and GPLv2+
flex
Yes
BSD
flightrecorder
Yes
LGPLv2
fontconfig
Yes
MIT
fontconfig-devel
Yes
MIT
fontpackages-filesystem
No
Public Domain
foomatic
Yes
GPLv2+
foomatic-db
No
GPLv2+
foomatic-db-filesystem
No
Public Domain
foomatic-db-ppds
Yes
GPLv2+ and MIT
fop
No
ASL 2.0
fprintd
No
GPLv2+
fprintd-pam
Yes
GPLv2+
freeipmi
Yes
GPLv2+
freeipmi-bmc-watchdog
Yes
GPLv2+
freeipmi-ipmidetectd
Yes
GPLv2+
freeradius
Yes
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
freetype
Yes
FTL or GPLv2+
freetype-devel
Yes
FTL or GPLv2+
ftp
Yes
BSD with advertising
fuse
No
GPL+
fuse-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
fuse-libs
No
LGPLv2+
gamin
No
LGPLv2
gamin-devel
No
LGPLv2
gamin-python
No
LGPLv2
gawk
No
GPLv3+
gc
No
BSD
gcalctool
Yes
GPLv2+
gcc
Yes
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
gcc-c++
Yes
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
gcc-gfortran
Yes
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
gcc-gnat
Yes
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
gcc-java
Yes
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
gcc-objc++
Yes
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
gcc-objc
Yes
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
gconf-editor
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
gconfmm26
No
LGPLv2+
gd
No
MIT
Package Core Package? License
gdb
Yes
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ and GPLv2+ with exceptions and GPL+ and LGPLv2+ and GFDL and BSD and Public Domain
gdb-gdbserver
Yes
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ and GPLv2+ with exceptions and GPL+ and LGPLv2+ and GFDL and BSD and Public Domain
gdbm
No
GPLv2+
gdm
Yes
GPLv2+
gdm-libs
No
GPLv2+
gdm-plugin-fingerprint
Yes
GPLv2+
gdm-plugin-smartcard
Yes
GPLv2+
gdm-user-switch-applet
Yes
GPLv2+
gedit
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
gedit-plugins
Yes
GPLv2+
gegl
No
LGPLv3+ and GPLv3+
genisoimage
Yes
GPLv2
geoclue
No
LGPLv2
geronimo-specs
No
ASL 2.0
geronimo-specs-compat
No
ASL 2.0
gettext
Yes
GPLv3 and LGPLv2+
gettext-devel
No
LGPLv2+
gettext-libs
No
LGPLv2+
gfs2-utils
Yes
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
ggz-base-libs
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+
ghostscript
No
GPLv3+ and Redistributable| no modification permitted
ghostscript-fonts
No
GPLv2+ and Hershey and MIT and OFL and Public Domain
giflib
No
MIT
gimp
Yes
GPLv2+
gimp-data-extras
Yes
GPLv2+
gimp-help
Yes
GFDL
gimp-help-browser
Yes
GPLv2+
gimp-libs
No
LGPLv2+
git
Yes
GPLv2
glade3
Yes
GPLv2+
glade3-libgladeui
No
GPLv2+ and (GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+) and LGPLv2
glib2
Yes
LGPLv2+
glib2-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
glibc
Yes
LGPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ with exceptions and GPLv2+
glibc-common
No
LGPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ with exceptions and GPLv2+
glibc-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ with exceptions and GPLv2+
glibc-headers
No
LGPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ with exceptions and GPLv2+
glibc-utils
Yes
LGPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ with exceptions and GPLv2+
glibmm24
No
LGPLv2+
glx-utils
Yes
MIT
gmp
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv3+ and LGPLv3+
gmp-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+ and GPLv3+ and LGPLv3+
gnome-applets
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
gnome-backgrounds
Yes
GPLv2
gnome-bluetooth
Yes
GPLv2+
gnome-bluetooth-libs
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-common
Yes
GPLv2
gnome-desktop
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
gnome-desktop-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
gnome-devel-docs
Yes
GFDL
gnome-disk-utility
Yes
LGPLv2+
gnome-disk-utility-libs
No
LGPLv2+
Package Core Package? License
gnome-disk-utility-ui-libs
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-doc-utils
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ and GFDL
gnome-doc-utils-stylesheets
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-games
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
gnome-icon-theme
No
GPL+
gnome-keyring
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
gnome-keyring-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
gnome-keyring-pam
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-mag
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-media
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
gnome-media-libs
No
GPLv2+ and GFDL
gnome-menus
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-packagekit
Yes
GPLv2+
gnome-panel
Yes
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ and GFDL
gnome-panel-libs
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-pilot
Yes
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+
gnome-pilot-conduits
Yes
GPLv2+ and MPLv1.0
gnome-power-manager
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
gnome-python2
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-python2-applet
No
LGPLv2
gnome-python2-bonobo
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-python2-bugbuddy
No
GPLv2+
gnome-python2-canvas
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-python2-desktop
No
GPLv2+
gnome-python2-extras
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
gnome-python2-gconf
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-python2-gnome
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-python2-gnomekeyring
No
LGPLv2
gnome-python2-gnomevfs
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-python2-gtkhtml2
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
gnome-python2-libegg
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
gnome-python2-libwnck
No
LGPLv2
gnome-python2-rsvg
No
LGPLv2
gnome-screensaver
Yes
GPLv2+
gnome-session
Yes
GPLv2+
gnome-session-xsession
No
GPLv2+
gnome-settings-daemon
No
GPLv2+
gnome-speech
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-system-monitor
Yes
GPLv2+
gnome-terminal
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
gnome-themes
Yes
LGPLv2 and GPLv2
gnome-user-docs
Yes
GFDL
gnome-user-share
Yes
GPLv2+
gnome-utils
Yes
GPLv2+
gnome-utils-libs
No
GPLv2+
gnome-vfs2
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+
gnome-vfs2-devel
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+
gnome-vfs2-smb
Yes
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+
gnote
Yes
GPLv3+
gnupg2
Yes
GPLv3+
gnuplot
Yes
gnuplot
gnuplot-common
No
gnuplot
Package Core Package? License
gnutls
No
GPLv3+ and LGPLv2+
gnutls-devel
Yes
GPLv3+ and LGPLv2+
gok
Yes
LGPLv2+
gpgme
No
LGPLv2+
gpm
Yes
GPLv2+
gpm-libs
No
GPLv2+
gpxe-roms-qemu
No
GPLv2 and BSD
grep
No
GPLv3+
groff
No
GPLv2 and GFDL
grub
Yes
GPLv2+
grubby
No
GPLv2+
gsl
No
GPLv3 and GFDL and BSD
gsm
No
MIT
gstreamer
No
LGPLv2+
gstreamer-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
gstreamer-plugins-bad-free
No
LGPLv2+ and LGPLv2
gstreamer-plugins-base
No
LGPLv2+
gstreamer-plugins-base-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
gstreamer-plugins-good
No
LGPLv2+
gstreamer-python
No
LGPLv2+
gstreamer-tools
No
LGPLv2+
gthumb
Yes
GPLv2+
gtk+extra
No
GPLv2+
gtk-doc
No
GPLv2+ and GFDL
gtk-vnc
No
LGPLv2+
gtk-vnc-python
No
LGPLv2+
gtk2
Yes
LGPLv2+
gtk2-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
gtk2-devel-docs
Yes
LGPLv2+
gtk2-engines
No
LGPLv2+
gtk2-immodule-xim
Yes
LGPLv2+
gtkhtml2
No
LGPLv2+
gtkmm24
No
LGPLv2+
gtksourceview2
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+
gtkspell
No
GPLv2+
gucharmap
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL and MIT
guestfish
No
GPLv2+
guile
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
gutenprint
Yes
GPLv2+
gutenprint-cups
Yes
GPLv2+
gutenprint-plugin
Yes
GPLv2+
gvfs
No
LGPLv2+
gvfs-afc
Yes
LGPLv2+
gvfs-archive
Yes
LGPLv2+
gvfs-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
gvfs-fuse
Yes
LGPLv2+
gvfs-gphoto2
Yes
LGPLv2+
gvfs-obexftp
Yes
LGPLv2+
gvfs-smb
Yes
LGPLv2+
gzip
No
GPLv2+ and GFDL
hal
Yes
AFL or GPLv2
hal-devel
No
AFL or GPLv2
Package Core Package? License
hal-info
No
AFL or GPLv2
hal-libs
No
AFL or GPLv2
hal-storage-addon
No
AFL or GPLv2
hamcrest
No
BSD
hardlink
Yes
GPLv2+
hdparm
No
BSD and GPLv2
hesinfo
Yes
MIT
hesiod
No
MIT
hicolor-icon-theme
No
GPL+
hivex
No
LGPLv2
hmaccalc
Yes
MIT
hpijs
Yes
BSD
hplip
Yes
GPLv2+ and MIT
hplip-common
No
GPLv2+
hplip-gui
Yes
BSD
hplip-libs
No
GPLv2+ and MIT
hsqldb
No
BSD
htdig
No
GPLv2
httpd
Yes
ASL 2.0
httpd-devel
Yes
ASL 2.0
httpd-manual
Yes
ASL 2.0
httpd-tools
No
ASL 2.0
hunspell
Yes
(LGPLv2+ or GPLv2+ or MPLv1.1) and (LGPLv2+ or SISSL)
hunspell-ar
Yes
GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or MPLv1.1
hunspell-as
Yes
GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+ or MPLv1.1
hunspell-az
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-be
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-ber
Yes
GPL+ or LGPLv2+ or MPLv1.1
hunspell-bg
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-bn
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-br
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-ca
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-cop
Yes
GPLv3+
hunspell-cs
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-csb
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-cy
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-da
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-de
Yes
GPLv2 or GPLv3
hunspell-devel
Yes
(LGPLv2+ or GPLv2+ or MPLv1.1) and (LGPLv2+ or SISSL)
hunspell-el
Yes
GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+ or MPL
hunspell-eo
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-es
Yes
LGPLv3+ or GPLv3+ or MPLv1.1
hunspell-et
Yes
LGPLv2+ and LPPL
hunspell-eu
Yes
GPLv2
hunspell-fa
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-fj
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-fo
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-fr
Yes
GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or MPLv1.1
hunspell-fur
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-fy
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-ga
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-gd
Yes
GPLv2+
Package Core Package? License
hunspell-gl
Yes
GPLv2
hunspell-gu
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-gv
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-he
Yes
GPLv2
hunspell-hi
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-hil
Yes
GPLv3+
hunspell-hr
Yes
LGPLv2+ or SISSL
hunspell-hsb
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-hu
Yes
LGPLv2+ or GPLv2+ or MPLv1.1
hunspell-hy
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-ia
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-id
Yes
GPLv2
hunspell-is
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-it
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-kk
Yes
GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+ or MPLv1.1
hunspell-km
Yes
GPLv3
hunspell-kn
Yes
GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+ or MPLv1.1
hunspell-ko
Yes
MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2
hunspell-ku
Yes
GPLv3 or LGPLv3 or MPLv1.1
hunspell-la
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-lt
Yes
BSD
hunspell-lv
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-mai
Yes
GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+ or MPLv1.1
hunspell-mg
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-mi
Yes
GPLv3+
hunspell-mk
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-ml
Yes
GPLv3+
hunspell-mn
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-mr
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-ms
Yes
GFDL and GPL+
hunspell-mt
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-nb
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-nds
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-ne
Yes
LGPLv2
hunspell-nl
Yes
BSD or CC-BY
hunspell-nn
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-nr
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-nso
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-ny
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-oc
Yes
GPLv3+
hunspell-or
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-pa
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-pl
Yes
LGPLv2+ or GPL+ or MPLv1.1
hunspell-pt
Yes
LGPLv2+ and (GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+ or MPL)
hunspell-ro
Yes
GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+ or MPLv1.1
hunspell-ru
Yes
BSD
hunspell-rw
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-sc
Yes
AGPLv3
hunspell-si
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-sk
Yes
LGPLv2 or GPLv2 or MPLv1.1
hunspell-sl
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-so
Yes
GPLv2+
Package Core Package? License
hunspell-sq
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-sr
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-ss
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-st
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-sv
Yes
LGPLv2+ or GPLv2+ or MPLv1.1
hunspell-sw
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-ta
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-te
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-tet
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-th
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-tk
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-tl
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-tn
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-ts
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-uk
Yes
GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+ or MPLv1.1
hunspell-ur
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-uz
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-ve
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-vi
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-wa
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-xh
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-zu
Yes
LGPLv2+
hwdata
No
GPLv2+
ibsim
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD
ibus
No
LGPLv2+
ibus-anthy
Yes
GPLv2+
ibus-chewing
Yes
GPLv2+
ibus-gtk
Yes
LGPLv2+
ibus-hangul
Yes
GPLv2+
ibus-libs
No
LGPLv2+
ibus-m17n
Yes
GPLv2+
ibus-pinyin
Yes
GPLv2+
ibus-qt
Yes
GPLv2+
ibus-rawcode
Yes
GPLv2+
ibus-sayura
Yes
GPLv2+
ibus-table
No
LGPLv2+
ibus-table-additional
Yes
LGPLv2+
ibus-table-cangjie
Yes
GPLv3
ibus-table-erbi
Yes
GPLv2+
ibus-table-wubi
Yes
GPLv3+
ibutils
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD
ibutils-libs
No
GPLv2 or BSD
icedax
No
GPLv2
icu4j-eclipse
No
MIT and EPL
ilmbase
No
BSD
im-chooser
No
GPLv2+
imake
Yes
MIT
imsettings
No
LGPLv2+
imsettings-libs
No
LGPLv2+
indent
Yes
GPLv3+
infiniband-diags
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD
infinipath-psm
No
BSD or GPLv2
Package Core Package? License
info
No
GPLv3+
initscripts
Yes
GPLv2 and GPLv2+
inkscape
Yes
GPLv2+
intltool
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
iok
Yes
GPLv2+
iotop
Yes
GPLv2
ipa-client
Yes
GPLv2
ipa-gothic-fonts
Yes
IPA
ipa-mincho-fonts
Yes
IPA
ipa-pgothic-fonts
Yes
IPA
ipa-pmincho-fonts
Yes
IPA
ipmitool
Yes
BSD
iproute
Yes
GPLv2+ and Public Domain
iptables
Yes
GPLv2
iptables-devel
Yes
GPLv2
iptables-ipv6
Yes
GPLv2
iptraf
Yes
GPLv2+
iptstate
Yes
zlib
iputils
Yes
BSD with advertising and GPLv2+ and Rdisc
ipw2100-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
ipw2200-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
irqbalance
Yes
GPLv2
irssi
Yes
GPLv2+
iscsi-initiator-utils
Yes
GPLv2+
isdn4k-utils
Yes
GPLv2+ and GPL+ and MIT and BSD and zlib
isns-utils
Yes
LGPLv2+
iso-codes
No
LGPLv2+
isomd5sum
No
GPLv2+
ivtv-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
iw
No
ISC
iwl1000-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
iwl3945-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
iwl4965-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
iwl5000-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
iwl5150-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
iwl6000-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
iwl6050-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
jadetex
No
Freely redistributable without restriction
jakarta-commons-codec
No
ASL 2.0
jakarta-commons-collections
No
ASL 2.0
jakarta-commons-daemon
No
ASL 2.0
jakarta-commons-dbcp-tomcat5
No
ASL 2.0
jakarta-commons-discovery
No
ASL 2.0
jakarta-commons-el
No
ASL 1.1
jakarta-commons-httpclient
No
ASL 2.0
jakarta-commons-io
No
ASL 2.0
jakarta-commons-lang
No
ASL 2.0
jakarta-commons-logging
No
ASL 2.0
jakarta-commons-net
No
ASL 2.0
jakarta-commons-pool-tomcat5
No
ASL 2.0
jakarta-oro
No
ASL 1.1
jasper
No
JasPer
Package Core Package? License
jasper-libs
No
JasPer
java-1.5.0-gcj
No
GPLv2+
java-1.5.0-gcj-devel
No
GPLv2+
java-1.5.0-gcj-javadoc
No
GPLv2+
java-1.6.0-openjdk
Yes
ASL 1.1| ASL 2.0| GPL+| GPLv2| GPLv2 with exceptions| LGPL+| LGPLv2| MPLv1.0| MPLv1.1| Public Domain| W3C
java-1.6.0-openjdk-devel
Yes
ASL 1.1| ASL 2.0| GPL+| GPLv2| GPLv2 with exceptions| LGPL+| LGPLv2| MPLv1.0| MPLv1.1| Public Domain| W3C
java-1.6.0-openjdk-javadoc
No
ASL 1.1| ASL 2.0| GPL+| GPLv2| GPLv2 with exceptions| LGPL+| LGPLv2| MPLv1.0| MPLv1.1| Public Domain| W3C
java_cup
No
BSD and LGPLv2
jdepend
No
BSD
jdom
No
BSD
jetty-eclipse
No
ASL 2.0
jline
No
BSD
jna
No
LGPLv2+
jomolhari-fonts
Yes
OFL
jpackage-utils
Yes
BSD
jsch
No
BSD
jss
No
MPLv1.1 or GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+
junit
Yes
CPL
junit4
No
CPL
jwhois
Yes
GPLv3
jzlib
No
BSD
k3b
Yes
GPLv2+
k3b-common
No
GPLv2+
k3b-libs
No
GPLv2+
kabi-whitelists
No
GPLv2
kabi-yum-plugins
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-art-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-book-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-decorative-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-digital-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-farsi-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-fonts-common
No
GPLv2
kacst-letter-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-naskh-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-office-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-one-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-pen-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-poster-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-qurn-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-screen-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-title-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-titlel-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kasumi
No
GPLv2+
kbd
Yes
GPLv2+
kbd-misc
No
GPLv2+
kcoloredit
Yes
GPLv2+
kcoloredit-doc
No
GPLv2+
kde-filesystem
No
Public Domain
kde-i18n-Arabic
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Bengali
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Brazil
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-British
Yes
GFDL
Package Core Package? License
kde-i18n-Bulgarian
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Catalan
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Chinese
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Chinese-Big5
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Czech
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Danish
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Dutch
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Estonian
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Finnish
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-French
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-German
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Greek
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Hebrew
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Hindi
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Hungarian
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Icelandic
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Italian
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Japanese
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Korean
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Lithuanian
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Norwegian
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Norwegian-Nynorsk
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Polish
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Portuguese
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Punjabi
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Romanian
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Russian
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Serbian
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Slovak
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Slovenian
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Spanish
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Swedish
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Tamil
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Turkish
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Ukrainian
Yes
GFDL
kde-l10n
No
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Arabic
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Basque
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Bengali-India
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Brazil
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-British
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Bulgarian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Catalan
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Chhattisgarhi
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Chinese
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Chinese-Traditional
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Croatian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Czech
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Danish
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Dutch
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Estonian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Finnish
Yes
LGPLv2
Package Core Package? License
kde-l10n-French
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Frisian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Galician
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-German
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Greek
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Gujarati
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Hebrew
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Hindi
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Hungarian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Icelandic
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Irish
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Italian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Japanese
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Kannada
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Kashubian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Kazakh
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Khmer
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Korean
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Kurdish
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Latvian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Lithuanian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-LowSaxon
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Macedonian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Maithili
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Malayalam
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Marathi
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Norwegian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Norwegian-Nynorsk
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Polish
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Portuguese
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Punjabi
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Romanian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Russian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Serbian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Slovak
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Slovenian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Spanish
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Swedish
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Tajik
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Thai
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Turkish
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Ukrainian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Walloon
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-settings
No
Public Domain
kde-settings-kdm
No
Public Domain
kde-settings-pulseaudio
Yes
Public Domain
kdeaccessibility
Yes
GPLv2
kdeaccessibility-libs
No
GPLv2
kdeadmin
Yes
GPLv2
kdeartwork-screensavers
Yes
GPLv2 and MIT
kdebase
Yes
GPLv2
kdebase-devel
Yes
GPLv2
Package Core Package? License
kdebase-libs
No
GPLv2
kdebase-runtime
No
LGPLv2+
kdebase-runtime-libs
No
LGPLv2+
kdebase-workspace
Yes
GPLv2
kdebase-workspace-akonadi
Yes
GPLv2
kdebase-workspace-devel
Yes
GPLv2
kdebase-workspace-libs
No
GPLv2
kdebase-workspace-python-applet
Yes
GPLv2
kdebase-workspace-wallpapers
No
GPLv2
kdegames
Yes
GPLv2
kdegames-libs
No
GPLv2
kdegraphics
Yes
GPLv2
kdegraphics-devel
Yes
GPLv2
kdegraphics-libs
No
GPLv2
kdelibs
Yes
LGPLv2+
kdelibs-apidocs
Yes
LGPLv2+
kdelibs-common
No
LGPLv2+
kdelibs-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
kdelibs-experimental
No
LGPLv2+
kdelibs3
No
LGPLv2
kdelibs3-devel
No
LGPLv2
kdemultimedia
Yes
GPLv2+
kdemultimedia-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+
kdemultimedia-libs
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+
kdenetwork
Yes
GPLv2
kdenetwork-devel
Yes
GPLv2
kdenetwork-libs
No
GPLv2
kdepim
Yes
GPLv2
kdepim-devel
Yes
GPLv2
kdepim-libs
No
GPLv2
kdepim-runtime
Yes
GPLv2
kdepim-runtime-libs
No
GPLv2
kdepimlibs
No
LGPLv2+
kdepimlibs-akonadi
No
LGPLv2+
kdepimlibs-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
kdeplasma-addons
Yes
GPLv2
kdeplasma-addons-libs
No
GPLv2
kdesdk
Yes
GPLv2
kdesdk-devel
Yes
GPLv2
kdesdk-libs
No
GPLv2
kdesdk-utils
No
GPLv2
kdeutils
Yes
GPLv2 and LGPLv2 and MIT and BSD
kdeutils-libs
No
GPLv2 and LGPLv2 and MIT and BSD
kdm
Yes
GPLv2
kernel
No
GPLv2
kernel-debug
No
GPLv2
kernel-debug-devel
No
GPLv2
kernel-devel
No
GPLv2
kernel-doc
Yes
GPLv2
kernel-firmware
Yes
GPL+ and GPLv2+ and MIT and Redistributable| no modification permitted
kernel-headers
No
GPLv2
kexec-tools
Yes
GPLv2
Package Core Package? License
keyutils
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
keyutils-libs
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
keyutils-libs-devel
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
khmeros-base-fonts
Yes
LGPLv2+
khmeros-battambang-fonts
Yes
LGPLv2+
khmeros-bokor-fonts
Yes
LGPLv2+
khmeros-fonts-common
No
LGPLv2+
khmeros-handwritten-fonts
Yes
LGPLv2+
khmeros-metal-chrieng-fonts
Yes
LGPLv2+
khmeros-muol-fonts
Yes
LGPLv2+
khmeros-siemreap-fonts
Yes
LGPLv2+
kiconedit
Yes
GPLv2+
kio_sysinfo
No
GPLv2+
kipi-plugins
Yes
GPLv2+
kipi-plugins-libs
No
GPLv2+
kmid
Yes
GPLv2+
kmid-common
No
GPLv2+
konq-plugins
Yes
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
konq-plugins-doc
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
kpartx
No
GPL+
kpathsea
No
GPLv2 and BSD and Public Domain and LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+ and LPPL
krb5-appl-clients
Yes
MIT
krb5-appl-servers
Yes
MIT
krb5-auth-dialog
Yes
GPLv2+
krb5-devel
Yes
MIT
krb5-libs
Yes
MIT
krb5-pkinit-openssl
Yes
MIT
krb5-server
Yes
MIT
krb5-server-ldap
Yes
MIT
krb5-workstation
Yes
MIT
kross-python
No
LGPLv2+
ksh
Yes
CPL
ksig
Yes
GPLv2+
ksig-doc
No
GPLv2+
ksshaskpass
Yes
GPLv2
ksysguardd
No
GPLv2
kurdit-unikurd-web-fonts
Yes
GPLv3
lapack
Yes
BSD
latencytop
Yes
GPLv2
latrace
Yes
GPLv3+
lcms-libs
No
MIT
ldapjdk
Yes
MPLv1.1 or GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+
less
No
GPLv3+
lftp
Yes
GPLv3+
libICE
Yes
MIT
libICE-devel
Yes
MIT
libIDL
No
LGPLv2+
libIDL-devel
No
LGPLv2+
libSM
Yes
MIT
libSM-devel
Yes
MIT
libX11
Yes
MIT
libX11-common
No
MIT
Package Core Package? License
libX11-devel
Yes
MIT
libXScrnSaver
No
MIT
libXScrnSaver-devel
No
MIT
libXau
No
MIT
libXau-devel
Yes
MIT
libXaw
No
MIT
libXaw-devel
Yes
MIT
libXcomposite
No
MIT
libXcomposite-devel
No
MIT
libXcursor
No
MIT
libXcursor-devel
No
MIT
libXdamage
No
MIT
libXdamage-devel
No
MIT
libXdmcp
No
MIT
libXdmcp-devel
No
MIT
libXext
Yes
MIT
libXext-devel
Yes
MIT
libXfixes
No
MIT
libXfixes-devel
No
MIT
libXfont
No
MIT
libXft
Yes
MIT
libXft-devel
Yes
MIT
libXi
Yes
MIT
libXi-devel
Yes
MIT
libXinerama
No
MIT
libXinerama-devel
Yes
MIT
libXmu
Yes
MIT
libXmu-devel
Yes
MIT
libXp
Yes
MIT
libXp-devel
No
MIT
libXpm
No
MIT
libXpm-devel
Yes
MIT
libXrandr
No
MIT
libXrandr-devel
Yes
MIT
libXrender
Yes
MIT
libXrender-devel
Yes
MIT
libXres
No
MIT
libXt
Yes
MIT
libXt-devel
Yes
MIT
libXtst
Yes
MIT
libXtst-devel
Yes
MIT
libXv
No
MIT
libXv-devel
No
MIT
libXvMC
No
MIT
libXxf86dga
No
MIT
libXxf86misc
No
MIT
libXxf86misc-devel
No
MIT
libXxf86vm
No
MIT
libXxf86vm-devel
No
MIT
libacl
No
LGPLv2+
libacl-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
libaio
Yes
LGPLv2+
Package Core Package? License
libaio-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
libao
No
GPLv2+
libao-devel
No
GPLv2+
libarchive
No
BSD
libart_lgpl
No
LGPLv2+
libart_lgpl-devel
No
LGPLv2+
libasyncns
No
LGPLv2+
libatasmart
No
LGPLv2+
libattr
No
LGPLv2+
libattr-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
libavc1394
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
libblkid
No
LGPLv2+
libblkid-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
libbonobo
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
libbonobo-devel
Yes
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
libbonoboui
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
libbonoboui-devel
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
libburn
No
GPLv2
libcanberra
No
LGPLv2+
libcanberra-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
libcanberra-gtk2
No
LGPLv2+
libcap
No
LGPLv2+ or BSD
libcap-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+ or BSD
libcap-ng
No
LGPLv2+
libcap-ng-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
libcdio
No
GPLv3+
libcgroup
Yes
LGPLv2+
libcgroup-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
libchewing
No
LGPLv2+
libcmpiCppImpl0
Yes
EPL
libcmpiutil
No
LGPLv2+
libcollection
No
LGPLv3+
libcom_err
No
MIT
libcom_err-devel
No
MIT
libconfig
No
LGPLv2+
libcroco
No
LGPLv2
libcroco-devel
No
LGPLv2
libcurl
No
MIT
libcurl-devel
Yes
MIT
libcxgb3
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD
libdaemon
No
LGPLv2+
libdbi
No
LGPLv2+
libdbi-dbd-mysql
Yes
LGPLv2+
libdbi-dbd-pgsql
Yes
LGPLv2+
libdbi-drivers
No
LGPLv2+
libdc1394
No
LGPLv2+
libdhash
No
LGPLv3+
libdiscid
No
LGPLv2+
libdmx
No
MIT
libdrm
No
MIT
libdrm-devel
Yes
MIT
libdv
No
LGPLv2+
Package Core Package? License
libdvdread
No
GPLv2+
libedit
No
BSD
liberation-fonts-common
No
Liberation
liberation-mono-fonts
Yes
Liberation
liberation-sans-fonts
Yes
Liberation
liberation-serif-fonts
Yes
Liberation
libertas-usb8388-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
libevent
No
BSD
libexif
No
LGPLv2+
libexif-devel
No
LGPLv2+
libffi
No
BSD
libfontenc
No
MIT
libfprint
No
LGPLv2+
libgail-gnome
No
LGPLv2+
libgcc
Yes
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
libgcj
No
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
libgcj-devel
No
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
libgcj-src
No
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
libgcrypt
No
LGPLv2+
libgcrypt-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+
libgfortran
No
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
libglade2
No
LGPLv2+
libglade2-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
libglademm24
No
LGPLv2+
libgnat
No
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
libgnat-devel
No
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
libgnome
No
LGPLv2+
libgnome-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
libgnomecanvas
No
LGPLv2+
libgnomecanvas-devel
No
LGPLv2+
libgnomekbd
No
LGPLv2+
libgnomeui
No
LGPLv2+
libgnomeui-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
libgomp
No
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
libgpg-error
No
LGPLv2+
libgpg-error-devel
No
LGPLv2+
libgphoto2
No
GPLv2+ and GPLv2 and LGPLv2+
libgphoto2-devel
No
GPLv2+ and GPLv2 and LGPLv2+
libgpod
No
LGPLv2+
libgsf
No
LGPLv2
libgsf-devel
No
LGPLv2
libgssglue
No
GPL+
libgtop2
No
GPLv2+
libgudev1
No
LGPLv2+
libgudev1-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
libguestfs
Yes
LGPLv2+
libguestfs-java
Yes
LGPLv2+
libguestfs-mount
Yes
GPLv2+
libguestfs-tools
Yes
GPLv2+
libgweather
No
GPLv2+
libgweather-devel
No
GPLv2+
libgxim
No
LGPLv2+
Package Core Package? License
libhangul
No
LGPLv2+
libhbaapi
No
SNIA
libhbalinux
No
LGPLv2
libhugetlbfs
Yes
LGPLv2+
libhugetlbfs-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
libhugetlbfs-utils
Yes
LGPLv2+
libibcm
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD
libibcommon
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD
libibmad
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD
libibumad
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD
libibumad-devel
No
GPLv2 or BSD
libibverbs
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD
libibverbs-devel
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD
libibverbs-utils
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD
libical
No
LGPLv2 or MPLv1.1
libical-devel
No
LGPLv2 or MPLv1.1
libicu
No
MIT and UCD and Public Domain
libidn
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv3+ and GFDL
libidn-devel
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv3+ and GFDL
libiec61883
No
LGPLv2+
libieee1284
No
GPLv2+
libieee1284-devel
No
GPLv2+
libimobiledevice
No
LGPLv2+
libini_config
No
LGPLv3+
libipathverbs
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD
libiptcdata
No
LGPLv2+
libisofs
No
GPLv2
libjpeg
Yes
IJG
libjpeg-devel
Yes
IJG
libldb
No
GPLv3+ and LGPLv3+
libmatchbox
No
LGPLv2+
libmcpp
No
BSD
libmemcached
Yes
BSD
libmlx4
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD
libmng
No
zlib
libmng-devel
No
zlib
libmpcdec
No
BSD
libmsn
No
GPLv2
libmthca
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD
libmtp
No
LGPLv2+
libmusicbrainz
No
LGPLv2+
libmusicbrainz3
No
LGPLv2+
libnetfilter_conntrack
No
GPLv2+
libnfnetlink
No
GPLv2
libnih
No
GPLv2
libnl
No
LGPLv2
libnl-devel
Yes
LGPLv2
libnotify
No
LGPLv2+
libnotify-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
libobjc
No
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
libogg
No
BSD
liboil
No
BSD
Package Core Package? License
libopenraw
No
LGPLv2+
libopenraw-gnome
No
LGPLv2+
libotf
No
LGPLv2+
libpanelappletmm
No
LGPLv2+
libpcap
No
BSD with advertising
libpciaccess
No
MIT
libplist
No
LGPLv2+
libpng
Yes
zlib
libpng-devel
Yes
zlib
libproxy
No
LGPLv2+
libproxy-bin
No
LGPLv2+
libproxy-python
No
LGPLv2+
libraw1394
No
LGPLv2+
librdmacm
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD
librdmacm-devel
No
GPLv2 or BSD
librdmacm-utils
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD
librelp
No
GPLv3+
librsvg2
No
LGPLv2+
librsvg2-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
libsamplerate
No
GPLv2+
libsane-hpaio
Yes
GPLv2+
libselinux
No
Public Domain
libselinux-devel
Yes
Public Domain
libselinux-python
No
Public Domain
libselinux-utils
No
Public Domain
libsemanage
No
LGPLv2+
libsemanage-python
No
LGPLv2+
libsepol
No
LGPLv2+
libsepol-devel
No
LGPLv2+
libsexy
No
LGPLv2+
libshout
No
LGPLv2+
libsigc++20
No
LGPLv2+
libsmbclient
No
GPLv3+ and LGPLv3+
libsmi
No
BSD and GPLv2+
libsndfile
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+ and BSD
libsoup
No
LGPLv2
libsoup-devel
Yes
LGPLv2
libspectre
No
GPLv2+
libspiro
No
GPLv2+
libss
No
MIT
libssh2
No
BSD
libstdc++
Yes
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
libstdc++-devel
Yes
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
libstdc++-docs
Yes
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
libsysfs
No
LGPLv2+
libtalloc
No
LGPLv3+
libtar
No
MIT
libtasn1
No
GPLv3+ and LGPLv2+
libtasn1-devel
No
GPLv3+ and LGPLv2+
libtdb
No
LGPLv3+
libtevent
No
LGPLv3+
libthai
No
LGPLv2+
Package Core Package? License
libtheora
No
BSD
libtiff
No
libtiff
libtiff-devel
Yes
libtiff
libtirpc
No
SISSL and BSD
libtool
Yes
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ and GFDL
libtool-ltdl
No
LGPLv2+
libtopology
Yes
LGPLv2
libtopology-devel
Yes
LGPLv2
libudev
No
LGPLv2+
libudev-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
libusb
No
LGPLv2+
libusb-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
libusb1
No
LGPLv2+
libuser
No
LGPLv2+
libuser-python
No
LGPLv2+
libutempter
No
LGPLv2
libuuid
No
BSD
libuuid-devel
Yes
BSD
libv4l
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2
libvirt
Yes
LGPLv2+
libvirt-cim
Yes
LGPLv2+
libvirt-client
Yes
LGPLv2+
libvirt-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
libvirt-java
Yes
LGPLv2+
libvirt-java-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
libvirt-python
No
LGPLv2+
libvirt-qpid
Yes
LGPLv2+
libvisual
No
LGPLv2+
libvncserver
No
GPLv2+
libvorbis
No
BSD
libvpx
No
BSD
libwmf
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+ and GPL+
libwmf-lite
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+ and GPL+
libwnck
No
LGPLv2+
libwpd
No
LGPLv2+
libwpg
No
GPLv2+
libwsman1
No
BSD
libwvstreams
No
LGPLv2+
libxcb
No
MIT
libxcb-devel
No
MIT
libxkbfile
No
MIT
libxkbfile-devel
No
MIT
libxklavier
No
LGPLv2+
libxml2
Yes
MIT
libxml2-devel
Yes
MIT
libxml2-python
No
MIT
libxslt
No
MIT
libxslt-devel
Yes
MIT
lklug-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
lksctp-tools
Yes
GPLv2 and GPLv2+ and LGPLv2 and BSD
lldpad
Yes
GPLv2
lm_sensors
Yes
GPLv2+
Package Core Package? License
lm_sensors-devel
No
GPLv2+
lm_sensors-libs
No
GPLv2+
lockdev
No
LGPLv2
log4cpp
No
LGPLv2+
log4j
No
ASL 2.0
logrotate
Yes
GPL+
logwatch
Yes
MIT
lohit-assamese-fonts
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
lohit-bengali-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
lohit-devanagari-fonts
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
lohit-gujarati-fonts
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
lohit-kannada-fonts
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
lohit-malayalam-fonts
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
lohit-oriya-fonts
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
lohit-punjabi-fonts
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
lohit-tamil-fonts
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
lohit-telugu-fonts
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
lpg-java-compat
No
EPL
lrzsz
Yes
GPLv2+
lslk
Yes
zlib
lsof
Yes
zlib
lsscsi
Yes
GPLv2+
ltrace
Yes
GPLv2+
lua
No
MIT
lucene
No
ASL 2.0
lucene-contrib
No
ASL 2.0
lvm2
Yes
GPLv2
lvm2-libs
No
LGPLv2
lx
No
GPL+
lynx
No
GPLv2
lzo
No
GPLv2+
lzop
No
GPLv2+
m17n-contrib
No
LGPLv2+
m17n-contrib-assamese
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-contrib-bengali
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-contrib-czech
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-contrib-gujarati
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-contrib-hindi
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-contrib-kannada
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-contrib-kashmiri
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-contrib-maithili
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-contrib-malayalam
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-contrib-marathi
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-contrib-nepali
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-contrib-oriya
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-contrib-punjabi
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-contrib-sindhi
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-contrib-sinhala
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-contrib-tamil
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-contrib-telugu
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-contrib-urdu
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-db
No
LGPLv2+
Package Core Package? License
m17n-db-assamese
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-db-bengali
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-db-datafiles
No
LGPLv2+
m17n-db-gujarati
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-db-hindi
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-db-kannada
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-db-malayalam
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-db-oriya
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-db-punjabi
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-db-sanskrit
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-db-sinhala
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-db-tamil
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-db-telugu
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-db-thai
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-db-tibetan
Yes
LGPLv2+
m17n-lib
No
LGPLv2+
m2crypto
No
MIT
m4
No
GPLv3+
madan-fonts
Yes
GPL+
mailcap
No
Public Domain and MIT
mailman
Yes
GPLv2+
mailx
No
BSD with advertising and MPLv1.1
make
Yes
GPLv2+
makebootfat
No
GPLv2+
man
Yes
GPLv2
man-pages
Yes
GPLv2+ and GPL+ and BSD and MIT and Copyright only and IEEE
man-pages-cs
Yes
GFDL and GPL+
man-pages-es
Yes
IEEE
man-pages-es-extra
Yes
IEEE
man-pages-fr
Yes
GPL+
man-pages-it
Yes
IEEE
man-pages-ja
Yes
Freely redistributable without restriction
man-pages-ko
Yes
Copyright only
man-pages-overrides
Yes
GPLv2
man-pages-pl
Yes
GPL+
man-pages-ru
Yes
BSD and GPL+ and MIT and GFDL
man-pages-uk
Yes
GFDL
matchbox-window-manager
No
GPLv2+
mc
Yes
GPLv2
mcelog
Yes
GPLv2
mcpp
No
BSD
mcstrans
No
GPL+
mdadm
Yes
GPLv2+
meanwhile
No
LGPLv2+
media-player-info
No
BSD
memcached
Yes
BSD
memtest86+
Yes
GPLv2
mercurial
Yes
GPLv2
mesa-dri-drivers
No
MIT
mesa-libGL
Yes
MIT
mesa-libGL-devel
Yes
MIT
mesa-libGLU
Yes
MIT
Package Core Package? License
mesa-libGLU-devel
Yes
MIT
metacity
Yes
GPLv2+
mgetty
Yes
GPLv2+
microcode_ctl
Yes
GPLv2+
migrationtools
Yes
BSD
min12xxw
No
GPLv2+
mingetty
No
GPLv2+
minicom
Yes
GPLv2+
mipv6-daemon
Yes
GPLv2
mkbootdisk
Yes
GPLv2+
mksh
Yes
MirOS and ISC and BSD
mlocate
Yes
GPLv2
mobile-broadband-provider-info
No
Public Domain
mod_auth_kerb
Yes
BSD and MIT
mod_auth_mysql
Yes
ASL 1.1
mod_auth_pgsql
Yes
BSD
mod_authz_ldap
Yes
BSD
mod_dav_svn
Yes
ASL 1.1
mod_dnssd
No
ASL 2.0
mod_nss
Yes
ASL 2.0
mod_perl
Yes
ASL 2.0
mod_ssl
Yes
ASL 2.0
mod_wsgi
Yes
ASL 2.0
module-init-tools
No
GPLv2+
mousetweaks
Yes
GPLv3 and GFDL
mozilla-filesystem
No
MPLv1.1
mpfr
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+ and GFDL
mpich2
Yes
MIT
mpitests-mvapich
Yes
BSD
mpitests-mvapich2
Yes
BSD
mpitests-openmpi
Yes
BSD
mrtg
Yes
GPLv2+
mrtg-libs
No
GPLv2+
mstflint
Yes
GPLv2+ or BSD
mt-st
Yes
GPL+
mtools
Yes
GPLv2+
mtr
Yes
GPLv2+
mtx
Yes
GPLv2
mutt
Yes
GPLv2+ and Public Domain
mvapich
Yes
BSD
mvapich-common
No
BSD
mvapich-psm
No
BSD
mvapich2
Yes
BSD
mvapich2-common
No
BSD
mvapich2-psm
No
BSD
mx4j
No
ASL 1.1
mysql
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
mysql-bench
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
mysql-connector-java
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
mysql-connector-odbc
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
mysql-devel
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
mysql-libs
No
GPLv2 with exceptions
Package Core Package? License
mysql-server
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
mysql-test
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
nafees-web-naskh-fonts
Yes
Bitstream Vera
nano
Yes
GPLv3+
nasm
Yes
BSD and LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+
nautilus
Yes
GPLv2+
nautilus-extensions
No
LGPLv2+
nautilus-open-terminal
Yes
GPLv2+
nautilus-sendto
Yes
GPLv2+
nc
Yes
BSD
ncompress
Yes
Public Domain
ncurses
Yes
MIT
ncurses-base
No
MIT
ncurses-devel
Yes
MIT
ncurses-libs
Yes
MIT
ncurses-term
Yes
MIT
neon
No
LGPLv2+
net-snmp
Yes
BSD
net-snmp-devel
Yes
BSD
net-snmp-libs
No
BSD
net-snmp-perl
Yes
BSD
net-snmp-python
Yes
BSD
net-snmp-utils
Yes
BSD
net-tools
No
GPL+
netcf-libs
No
LGPLv2+
netlabel_tools
Yes
GPLv2
netpbm
No
BSD and GPLv2 and IJG and MIT and Public Domain
netpbm-progs
Yes
BSD and GPLv2 and IJG and MIT and Public Domain
newt
No
LGPLv2
newt-python
No
LGPLv2
nfs-utils
Yes
MIT and GPLv2 and GPLv2+ and BSD
nfs-utils-lib
No
BSD
nfs4-acl-tools
Yes
BSD
nmap
Yes
GPLv2 and LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+ and BSD
notification-daemon
Yes
GPLv2+
notify-python
No
LGPLv2+
nscd
Yes
LGPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ with exceptions and GPLv2+
nspluginwrapper
Yes
GPLv2+
nspr
No
MPLv1.1 or GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+
nspr-devel
No
MPLv1.1 or GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+
nss
Yes
MPLv1.1 or GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+
nss-devel
Yes
MPLv1.1 or GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+
nss-pam-ldapd
Yes
LGPLv2+
nss-softokn
No
MPLv1.1 or GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+
nss-softokn-devel
No
MPLv1.1 or GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+
nss-softokn-freebl
No
MPLv1.1 or GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+
nss-sysinit
No
MPLv1.1 or GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+
nss-tools
No
MPLv1.1 or GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+
nss-util
No
MPLv1.1 or GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+
nss-util-devel
No
MPLv1.1 or GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+
nss_compat_ossl
No
MIT
nss_db
Yes
Sleepycat and LGPLv2+
Package Core Package? License
ntp
No
(MIT and BSD and BSD with advertising) and GPLv2
ntpdate
No
(MIT and BSD and BSD with advertising) and GPLv2
ntsysv
Yes
GPLv2
numactl
Yes
LGPLv2/GPLv2
numactl-devel
Yes
LGPLv2/GPLv2
numpy
Yes
BSD
obex-data-server
No
GPLv2+
obexd
No
GPLv2+
objectweb-asm
No
BSD
oddjob
Yes
BSD
oddjob-mkhomedir
Yes
BSD
opencryptoki
Yes
CPL
opencryptoki-libs
No
CPL
openct
No
LGPLv2+
opencv
No
BSD
openhpi
Yes
BSD
openhpi-libs
No
BSD
openhpi-subagent
Yes
BSD
openjade
No
BSD
openjpeg-libs
No
BSD
openldap
Yes
OpenLDAP
openldap-clients
Yes
OpenLDAP
openldap-devel
Yes
OpenLDAP
openldap-servers
Yes
OpenLDAP and (Sleepycat and BSD)
openmotif
Yes
Open Group Public License
openmotif-devel
Yes
Open Group Public License
openmotif22
Yes
Open Group Public License
openmpi
Yes
BSD| MIT and Romio
openmpi-psm
No
BSD| MIT and Romio
openobex
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
openscap
Yes
LGPLv2+
opensm
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD
opensm-libs
No
GPLv2 or BSD
opensp
No
MIT
openssh
No
BSD
openssh-askpass
Yes
BSD
openssh-clients
Yes
BSD
openssh-server
Yes
BSD
openssl
Yes
OpenSSL
openssl-devel
Yes
OpenSSL
openssl098e
Yes
OpenSSL
openswan
Yes
GPLv2+
openwsman-client
Yes
BSD
openwsman-server
Yes
BSD
oprofile
Yes
GPLv2
oprofile-gui
Yes
GPLv2
oprofile-jit
Yes
GPLv2
orca
Yes
LGPLv2+
oxygen-cursor-themes
No
GPLv2
oxygen-icon-theme
No
LGPLv3+
pakchois
No
LGPLv2+
paktype-fonts-common
No
GPLv2 with exceptions
Package Core Package? License
paktype-naqsh-fonts
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
paktype-tehreer-fonts
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
pam
Yes
BSD and GPLv2+
pam-devel
Yes
BSD and GPLv2+
pam_krb5
Yes
BSD or LGPLv2+
pam_ldap
Yes
LGPLv2+
pam_passwdqc
Yes
BSD and Copyright only
pam_pkcs11
Yes
LGPLv2+
pango
Yes
LGPLv2+
pango-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
pangomm
No
LGPLv2+
papi
Yes
BSD
papi-devel
Yes
BSD
paps
Yes
LGPLv2+
paps-libs
No
LGPLv2+
parted
Yes
GPLv3+
passivetex
No
Copyright only
passwd
Yes
BSD or GPLv2+
patch
Yes
GPLv2+
patchutils
Yes
GPLv2+
pax
Yes
BSD
pbm2l2030
No
GPLv2+
pbm2l7k
No
GPLv2
pciutils
Yes
GPLv2+
pciutils-libs
No
GPLv2+
pcmciautils
Yes
GPLv2
pcre
No
BSD
pcre-devel
Yes
BSD
pcsc-lite
No
BSD
pcsc-lite-libs
No
BSD
pcsc-lite-openct
No
LGPLv2+
perf
Yes
GPLv2
perftest
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD
perl
Yes
(GPL+ or Artistic) and (GPLv2+ or Artistic) and Copyright Only and MIT and Public Domain and UCD
perl-Archive-Extract
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Archive-Tar
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Authen-SASL
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-BSD-Resource
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Bit-Vector
No
(GPLv2+ or Artistic) and LGPLv2+
perl-CGI
Yes
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-CGI-Session
Yes
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-CPAN
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-CPANPLUS
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Cache-Memcached
Yes
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Carp-Clan
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Compress-Raw-Zlib
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Compress-Zlib
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Config-General
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Convert-ASN1
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Crypt-OpenSSL-Bignum
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Crypt-OpenSSL-RSA
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Crypt-OpenSSL-Random
No
GPL+ or Artistic
Package Core Package? License
perl-Crypt-PasswdMD5
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Crypt-SSLeay
Yes
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-DBD-MySQL
Yes
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-DBD-Pg
Yes
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-DBD-SQLite
Yes
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-DBI
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-DBIx-Simple
No
Public Domain
perl-Date-Calc
Yes
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Date-Manip
Yes
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Devel-Symdump
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Digest-HMAC
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Digest-SHA
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Digest-SHA1
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Encode-Detect
No
MPLv1.1 or GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+
perl-Error
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-ExtUtils-CBuilder
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-ExtUtils-Embed
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-ExtUtils-MakeMaker
Yes
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-ExtUtils-ParseXS
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-File-Fetch
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-FreezeThaw
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Frontier-RPC
Yes
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Frontier-RPC-doc
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-GSSAPI
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Git
No
GPLv2
perl-HTML-Parser
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-HTML-Tagset
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-IO-Compress-Base
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-IO-Compress-Zlib
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-IO-Socket-INET6
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-IO-Socket-SSL
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-IO-String
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-IO-Zlib
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-IPC-Cmd
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-LDAP
Yes
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Locale-Maketext-Simple
No
MIT
perl-Log-Message
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Log-Message-Simple
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Mail-DKIM
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-MailTools
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Module-Build
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Module-CoreList
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Module-Load
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Module-Load-Conditional
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Module-Loaded
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Module-Pluggable
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Net-DNS
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Net-LibIDN
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Net-SSLeay
No
OpenSSL
perl-NetAddr-IP
No
Artistic 2.0
perl-Newt
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Object-Accessor
No
GPL+ or Artistic
Package Core Package? License
perl-Package-Constants
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Params-Check
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Parse-CPAN-Meta
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Perlilog
No
GPLv2
perl-Pod-Coverage
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Pod-Escapes
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Pod-Simple
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-SGMLSpm
No
GPLv2+
perl-SNMP_Session
No
Artistic 2.0
perl-Socket6
No
BSD
perl-String-CRC32
No
Public Domain
perl-Sys-Virt
Yes
GPLv2+ or Artistic
perl-Term-UI
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Test-Harness
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Test-Pod
Yes
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Test-Pod-Coverage
Yes
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Test-Simple
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Text-Iconv
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Time-HiRes
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-Time-Piece
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-TimeDate
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-URI
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-XML-DOM
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-XML-DOM-XPath
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-XML-Dumper
Yes
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-XML-Filter-BufferText
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-XML-Grove
Yes
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-XML-LibXML
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-XML-NamespaceSupport
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-XML-Parser
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-XML-RegExp
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-XML-SAX
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-XML-SAX-Writer
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-XML-Twig
Yes
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-XML-Writer
No
MIT
perl-XML-XPath
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-XML-XPathEngine
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-core
Yes
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-devel
Yes
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-hivex
No
LGPLv2
perl-libguestfs
No
LGPLv2+
perl-libintl
No
LGPLv2+
perl-libs
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-libwww-perl
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-libxml-perl
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-parent
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-suidperl
Yes
GPL+ or Artistic
perl-version
No
GPL+ or Artistic
perltidy
Yes
GPLv2+
pessulus
No
GPLv2+
phonon-backend-gstreamer
No
(LGPLv2 with exceptions or GPLv3 with exceptions) and ASL 2.0 and BSD and FLT and MIT
php
Yes
PHP
Package Core Package? License
php-cli
No
PHP
php-common
No
PHP
php-gd
Yes
PHP
php-ldap
Yes
PHP
php-mysql
Yes
PHP
php-odbc
Yes
PHP
php-pdo
Yes
PHP
php-pear
Yes
BSD and PHP and LGPLv2+
php-pecl-apc
Yes
PHP
php-pecl-memcache
Yes
PHP
php-pgsql
Yes
PHP
php-soap
Yes
PHP
php-xml
Yes
PHP
php-xmlrpc
Yes
PHP
pilot-link
No
GPLv2 and GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ and public domain
pinentry
No
GPLv2+
pinentry-gtk
No
GPLv2+
pinentry-qt
Yes
GPLv2+
pinfo
Yes
GPLv2
pixman
No
MIT
pixman-devel
No
MIT
pixman-spice
No
MIT
pkgconfig
Yes
GPLv2+
plpa-libs
No
BSD and AMDPLPA
plymouth
Yes
GPLv2+
plymouth-core-libs
No
GPLv2+
plymouth-gdm-hooks
No
GPLv2+
plymouth-graphics-libs
No
GPLv2+
plymouth-plugin-label
No
GPLv2+
plymouth-plugin-two-step
No
GPLv2+
plymouth-scripts
No
GPLv2+
plymouth-system-theme
Yes
GPLv2+
plymouth-theme-rings
No
GPLv2+
plymouth-utils
No
GPLv2+
pm-utils
Yes
GPLv2
pnm2ppa
No
GPLv2
policycoreutils
Yes
GPLv2+
policycoreutils-gui
Yes
GPLv2+
policycoreutils-newrole
No
GPLv2+
policycoreutils-python
No
GPLv2+
policycoreutils-sandbox
No
GPLv2+
polkit
No
LGPLv2+
polkit-desktop-policy
No
LGPLv2+
polkit-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
polkit-docs
No
LGPLv2+
polkit-gnome
Yes
LGPLv2+
poppler
No
GPLv2
poppler-data
Yes
BSD and GPLv2
poppler-glib
No
GPLv2
poppler-qt4
No
GPLv2
poppler-utils
No
GPLv2
popt
No
MIT
Package Core Package? License
popt-devel
Yes
MIT
portreserve
No
GPLv2+
postfix
Yes
IBM
postgresql
Yes
PostgreSQL
postgresql-contrib
Yes
PostgreSQL
postgresql-devel
Yes
PostgreSQL
postgresql-docs
Yes
PostgreSQL
postgresql-jdbc
Yes
BSD and ASL 2.0
postgresql-libs
No
PostgreSQL
postgresql-odbc
Yes
LGPLv2+
postgresql-plperl
Yes
PostgreSQL
postgresql-plpython
Yes
PostgreSQL
postgresql-pltcl
Yes
PostgreSQL
postgresql-server
Yes
PostgreSQL
postgresql-test
Yes
PostgreSQL
pothana2000-fonts
Yes
GPLv2+ with exceptions
powertop
Yes
GPLv2
ppl
No
GPLv3+
ppp
Yes
BSD and LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+ and Public Domain
pptp
Yes
GPLv2+
prelink
Yes
GPLv2+
printer-filters
Yes
Public Domain
procmail
No
GPLv2+ or Artistic
procps
Yes
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
psacct
Yes
GPLv2+ and Public Domain
psmisc
No
GPLv2+
psutils
No
psutils
pth
No
LGPLv2+
ptouch-driver
No
GPLv2+
pulseaudio
No
LGPLv2+
pulseaudio-gdm-hooks
No
LGPLv2+
pulseaudio-libs
No
LGPLv2+
pulseaudio-libs-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
pulseaudio-libs-glib2
No
LGPLv2+
pulseaudio-libs-zeroconf
No
LGPLv2+
pulseaudio-module-bluetooth
No
LGPLv2+
pulseaudio-module-gconf
Yes
LGPLv2+
pulseaudio-module-x11
Yes
LGPLv2+
pulseaudio-utils
No
LGPLv2+
pyOpenSSL
No
LGPLv2+
pycairo
No
MPLv1.1 or LGPLv2
pycairo-devel
No
MPLv1.1 or LGPLv2
pychart
No
GPLv2+
pygobject2
No
LGPLv2+
pygobject2-codegen
No
LGPLv2+
pygobject2-devel
No
LGPLv2+
pygobject2-doc
No
LGPLv2+
pygpgme
No
LGPLv2+
pygtk2
No
LGPLv2+
pygtk2-codegen
No
LGPLv2+
pygtk2-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
pygtk2-doc
No
LGPLv2+
Package Core Package? License
pygtk2-libglade
No
LGPLv2+
pygtksourceview
No
LGPLv2+
pykickstart
No
GPLv2
pyorbit
No
LGPLv2+
pyparted
No
GPLv2+
python
No
Python
python-Coherence
No
MIT
python-babel
No
BSD
python-beaker
No
BSD
python-cheetah
No
MIT
python-configobj
No
BSD
python-crypto
No
Public Domain
python-cryptsetup
No
GPLv2+
python-dateutil
No
Python
python-decorator
No
BSD
python-decoratortools
No
Python or ZPLv2.1
python-deltarpm
No
BSD
python-devel
Yes
Python
python-dmidecode
Yes
GPLv2+
python-docs
Yes
Python
python-enchant
No
LGPLv2+
python-ethtool
No
GPLv2
python-formencode
No
Python
python-fpconst
No
ASL 2.0
python-genshi
No
BSD
python-gtkextra
No
GPLv2
python-gudev
No
LGPLv3+
python-imaging
No
MIT
python-iniparse
No
MIT
python-iwlib
No
GPLv2
python-ldap
No
Python
python-libs
No
Python
python-louie
No
BSD
python-lxml
No
BSD
python-magic
No
BSD
python-mako
No
MIT
python-markdown
No
BSD
python-markupsafe
No
BSD
python-matplotlib
No
Python
python-meh
No
GPLv2+
python-memcached
Yes
Python
python-myghty
No
MIT
python-nose
No
LGPLv2
python-nss
No
MPLv1.1 or GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+
python-paramiko
No
LGPLv2+
python-paste
No
MIT and ZPLv2.0 and Python and Public Domain and (AFL or MIT) and (MIT or ASL 2.0)
python-paste-deploy
No
MIT
python-paste-script
No
MIT and BSD and (MIT or Python)
python-peak-rules
No
Python or ZPLv2.1
python-peak-util-addons
No
Python or ZPLv2.1
python-peak-util-assembler
No
Python or ZPLv2.1
python-peak-util-extremes
No
Python or ZPLv2.1
Package Core Package? License
python-peak-util-symbols
No
Python or ZPLv2.1
python-prioritized-methods
No
MIT
python-psycopg2
Yes
GPLv2+ with exceptions
python-pyblock
No
GPLv2 or GPLv3
python-pycurl
No
LGPLv2+ or MIT
python-pygments
No
BSD
python-pylons
No
BSD
python-qmf
Yes
ASL 2.0
python-qpid
Yes
ASL 2.0
python-reportlab
No
BSD
python-repoze-tm2
No
BSD
python-repoze-what
No
BSD
python-repoze-what-pylons
No
BSD
python-repoze-who
No
BSD
python-repoze-who-testutil
No
BSD
python-routes
No
BSD
python-saslwrapper
Yes
ASL 2.0
python-setuptools
No
Python or ZPLv2.0
python-sexy
No
LGPLv2+
python-simplejson
No
MIT
python-slip
No
GPLv2+
python-slip-dbus
No
GPLv2+
python-slip-gtk
No
GPLv2+
python-sqlalchemy
No
MIT
python-tempita
No
MIT
python-toscawidgets
No
MIT
python-transaction
No
ZPLv2.1
python-turbojson
No
MIT
python-twisted
No
MIT
python-twisted-conch
No
MIT
python-twisted-core
No
MIT
python-twisted-lore
No
MIT
python-twisted-mail
No
MIT
python-twisted-names
No
MIT
python-twisted-news
No
MIT
python-twisted-runner
No
MIT
python-twisted-web
No
MIT
python-twisted-words
No
MIT
python-urlgrabber
No
LGPLv2+
python-virtinst
Yes
GPLv2+
python-volume_key
Yes
GPLv2
python-weberror
No
MIT and ZPLv2.0 and (MIT or GPLv2)
python-webflash
No
MIT
python-webhelpers
No
BSD
python-webob
No
MIT
python-webtest
No
MIT
python-zope-filesystem
No
ZPLv2.1
python-zope-interface
No
ZPLv2.1
python-zope-sqlalchemy
No
ZPLv2.1
pytz
No
MIT
pywebkitgtk
No
LGPLv2+
pyxdg
No
LGPLv2
Package Core Package? License
pyxf86config
No
GPLv2
qca-ossl
No
LGPLv2+
qca2
No
LGPLv2+
qdox
No
ASL 2.0
qemu-img
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ and BSD
qemu-kvm
Yes
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ and BSD
qemu-kvm-tools
Yes
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ and BSD
qimageblitz
No
BSD and ImageMagick
ql2100-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
ql2200-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
ql23xx-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
ql2400-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
ql2500-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
qmf
Yes
ASL 2.0
qperf
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD
qpid-cpp-client
Yes
ASL 2.0
qpid-cpp-server
Yes
ASL 2.0
qpid-tests
Yes
ASL 2.0
qpid-tools
Yes
ASL 2.0
qt
Yes
(LGPLv2 with exceptions or GPLv3 with exceptions) and ASL 2.0 and BSD and FLT and MIT
qt-devel
Yes
(LGPLv2 with exceptions or GPLv3 with exceptions) and ASL 2.0 and BSD and FLT and MIT
qt-doc
Yes
(LGPLv2 with exceptions or GPLv3 with exceptions) and ASL 2.0 and BSD and FLT and MIT
qt-mysql
Yes
(LGPLv2 with exceptions or GPLv3 with exceptions) and ASL 2.0 and BSD and FLT and MIT
qt-odbc
Yes
(LGPLv2 with exceptions or GPLv3 with exceptions) and ASL 2.0 and BSD and FLT and MIT
qt-postgresql
Yes
(LGPLv2 with exceptions or GPLv3 with exceptions) and ASL 2.0 and BSD and FLT and MIT
qt-sqlite
No
(LGPLv2 with exceptions or GPLv3 with exceptions) and ASL 2.0 and BSD and FLT and MIT
qt-x11
No
(LGPLv2 with exceptions or GPLv3 with exceptions) and ASL 2.0 and BSD and FLT and MIT
qt3
Yes
QPL or GPLv2 or GPLv3
qt3-MySQL
Yes
QPL or GPLv2 or GPLv3
qt3-ODBC
Yes
QPL or GPLv2 or GPLv3
qt3-PostgreSQL
Yes
QPL or GPLv2 or GPLv3
qt3-devel
Yes
QPL or GPLv2 or GPLv3
quagga
Yes
GPLv2+
quota
Yes
BSD and GPLv2+
radvd
Yes
BSD with advertising
raptor
No
LGPLv2+ or ASL 2.0
rarian
No
LGPLv2+
rarian-compat
No
GPLv2+
rasqal
No
LGPLv2+ or ASL 2.0
rcs
Yes
GPLv2+
rdate
Yes
GPLv2+
rdesktop
Yes
GPLv2+
rdist
Yes
BSD
rdma
Yes
GPLv2+
rds-tools
Yes
GPLv2+ or BSD
readahead
Yes
GPLv2+
readline
No
GPLv3+
readline-devel
Yes
GPLv3+
redhat-bookmarks
No
GFDL
redhat-indexhtml
Yes
Distributable
redhat-logos
No
Copyright 1999-2010 Red Hat| Inc. All rights reserved.
redhat-lsb
Yes
GPL
Package Core Package? License
redhat-lsb-graphics
Yes
GPL
redhat-lsb-printing
Yes
GPL
redhat-menus
No
GPLv2+
redhat-release-server
No
GPLv2
redhat-rpm-config
Yes
GPL+
redland
No
LGPLv2+ or ASL 2.0
regexp
No
ASL 2.0
report
Yes
GPLv2+
report-config-ftp
No
GPLv2+
report-config-localsave
No
GPLv2+
report-config-scp
No
GPLv2+
report-gtk
Yes
GPLv2+
report-newt
No
GPLv2+
report-plugin-ftp
No
GPLv2+
report-plugin-localsave
No
GPLv2+
report-plugin-scp
No
GPLv2+
rfkill
Yes
ISC
rhdb-utils
Yes
GPLv2+ and MIT
rhino
No
GPL+ and LGPL+ and Netscape and MPLv1.0 and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2+)
rhn-check
No
GPLv2
rhn-client-tools
No
GPLv2
rhn-setup
No
GPLv2
rhn-setup-gnome
Yes
GPLv2
rhnlib
No
GPLv2
rhnsd
Yes
GPLv2
rhythmbox
Yes
GPLv2+ with exceptions and GFDL
rhythmbox-upnp
Yes
GPLv2+ with exceptions and GFDL
rmt
No
BSD
rng-tools
Yes
GPLv2+
rome
No
ASL 2.0
rootfiles
Yes
Public Domain
rp-pppoe
Yes
GPLv2+
rpcbind
No
GPL
rpm
Yes
GPLv2+
rpm-build
Yes
GPLv2+
rpm-devel
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ with exceptions
rpm-libs
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ with exceptions
rpm-python
No
GPLv2+
rpmdevtools
Yes
GPLv2+ and GPLv2
rpmlint
Yes
GPLv2
rrdtool
Yes
GPLv2+ with exceptions
rsh
Yes
BSD
rsh-server
Yes
BSD
rsync
Yes
GPLv3+
rsyslog
Yes
GPLv3+
rsyslog-gnutls
Yes
GPLv3+
rsyslog-gssapi
Yes
GPLv3+
rsyslog-mysql
Yes
GPLv3+
rsyslog-pgsql
Yes
GPLv3+
rsyslog-relp
Yes
GPLv3+
rt61pci-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
rt73usb-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
Package Core Package? License
rtkit
No
GPLv3+ and BSD
ruby
No
Ruby or GPLv2
ruby-libs
No
(Ruby or GPLv2) and (GPL+ or Artistic)
ruby-qmf
Yes
ASL 2.0
ruby-qpid
Yes
ASL 2.0
rusers
Yes
BSD
rusers-server
Yes
BSD
rwho
Yes
BSD
saab-fonts
Yes
GPLv3+ with exceptions
sabayon
Yes
GPLv2+
sabayon-apply
Yes
GPLv2+
sac
No
W3C
samba
Yes
GPLv3+ and LGPLv3+
samba-client
Yes
GPLv3+ and LGPLv3+
samba-common
No
GPLv3+ and LGPLv3+
samba-winbind
Yes
GPLv3+ and LGPLv3+
samba-winbind-clients
No
GPLv3+ and LGPLv3+
samyak-devanagari-fonts
Yes
GPLv3+ with exceptions
samyak-fonts-common
No
GPLv3+ with exceptions
samyak-gujarati-fonts
Yes
GPLv3+ with exceptions
samyak-malayalam-fonts
Yes
GPLv3+ with exceptions
samyak-oriya-fonts
Yes
GPLv3+ with exceptions
samyak-tamil-fonts
Yes
GPLv3+ with exceptions
sane-backends
No
GPLv2+ and GPLv2+ with exceptions and Public Domain
sane-backends-devel
Yes
GPLv2+ and GPLv2+ with exceptions and Public Domain
sane-backends-libs
No
GPLv2+ and GPLv2+ with exceptions and Public Domain
sane-backends-libs-gphoto2
Yes
GPLv2+ and GPLv2+ with exceptions and Public Domain
sane-frontends
Yes
GPLv2+
saslwrapper
No
ASL 2.0
sat4j
No
EPL or LGPLv2
saxon
No
MPLv1.0
sblim-cim-client
Yes
EPL
sblim-cim-client2
Yes
EPL
sblim-cmpi-base
No
EPL
sblim-cmpi-dhcp
Yes
EPL
sblim-cmpi-dns
Yes
EPL
sblim-cmpi-fsvol
Yes
EPL
sblim-cmpi-network
Yes
EPL
sblim-cmpi-nfsv3
Yes
EPL
sblim-cmpi-nfsv4
Yes
EPL
sblim-cmpi-params
Yes
EPL
sblim-cmpi-samba
Yes
EPL
sblim-cmpi-sysfs
Yes
EPL
sblim-cmpi-syslog
Yes
EPL
sblim-gather
Yes
CPL
sblim-gather-provider
Yes
CPL
sblim-indication_helper
Yes
CPL
sblim-sfcb
Yes
EPL
sblim-sfcc
No
EPL
sblim-smis-hba
Yes
EPL and SNIA
sblim-tools-libra
Yes
EPL
sblim-wbemcli
Yes
EPL
Package Core Package? License
scenery-backgrounds
Yes
CC-BY
screen
Yes
GPLv2+
scrub
Yes
GPLv2+
scsi-target-utils
Yes
GPLv2
sdparm
Yes
BSD
seabios
No
LGPLv3
seahorse
Yes
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
seahorse-plugins
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
sed
No
GPLv2+
seekwatcher
Yes
GPLv2
selinux-policy
No
GPLv2+
selinux-policy-minimum
No
GPLv2+
selinux-policy-mls
No
GPLv2+
selinux-policy-targeted
Yes
GPLv2+
sendmail
Yes
Sendmail
sendmail-cf
Yes
Sendmail
setools-console
No
GPLv2
setools-libs
No
LGPLv2
setools-libs-python
No
LGPLv2
setroubleshoot
Yes
GPLv2+
setroubleshoot-plugins
No
GPLv2+
setroubleshoot-server
No
GPLv2+
setserial
Yes
GPL+
setup
Yes
Public Domain
setuptool
Yes
GPLv2+
sg3_utils
Yes
GPLv2+ and BSD
sg3_utils-libs
No
GPLv2+ and BSD
sgml-common
No
GPL+
sgpio
Yes
GPLv2+
shadow-utils
Yes
BSD and GPLv2+
shared-mime-info
No
GPLv2+
sil-padauk-fonts
Yes
OFL
sinjdoc
No
GPL+
sip
No
GPLv2 or GPLv3
sip-devel
No
GPLv2 or GPLv3
slang
No
GPLv2+
slf4j
No
MIT and ASL 2.0
smartmontools
Yes
GPLv2+
smc-anjalioldlipi-fonts
Yes
GPL+
smc-dyuthi-fonts
Yes
GPLv3+ with exceptions
smc-fonts-common
No
GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ and GPLv2 and GPL+
smc-kalyani-fonts
Yes
GPLv3+ with exceptions
smc-meera-fonts
Yes
GPLv2+ with exceptions
smc-rachana-fonts
Yes
GPLv2+
smc-raghumalayalam-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
smc-suruma-fonts
Yes
GPLv3 with exceptions
smp_utils
No
BSD
soprano
No
LGPLv2+
sos
Yes
GPLv2+
sound-juicer
Yes
GPLv2+
sound-theme-freedesktop
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ and CC-BY-SA and CC-BY
sox
Yes
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
Package Core Package? License
spamassassin
Yes
ASL 2.0
speex
No
BSD
spice-client
Yes
GPLv2+
spice-server
No
GPLv2+
spice-xpi
Yes
GPLv2+
sqlite
No
Public Domain
sqlite-devel
Yes
Public Domain
squashfs-tools
Yes
GPLv2+
squid
Yes
GPLv2 and (LGPLv2+ and Public Domain)
srptools
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD
sssd
Yes
GPLv3+
sssd-client
No
LGPLv3+
star
Yes
CDDL
startup-notification
No
LGPLv2
startup-notification-devel
Yes
LGPLv2
stix-fonts
Yes
STIX
strace
Yes
BSD
strigi-devel
No
LGPLv2+
strigi-libs
No
LGPLv2+
stunnel
Yes
GPLv2
subversion
Yes
ASL 1.1
subversion-javahl
No
ASL 1.1
sudo
Yes
ISC
svnkit
No
TMate License and ASL 1.1
swig
Yes
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ and BSD
symlinks
Yes
Copyright only
sysfsutils
No
GPLv2
syslinux
Yes
GPLv2+
sysstat
Yes
GPLv2+
system-config-date
No
GPLv2+
system-config-date-docs
No
GPLv2+
system-config-firewall
Yes
GPLv2+
system-config-firewall-base
No
GPLv2+
system-config-firewall-tui
Yes
GPLv2+
system-config-kdump
Yes
GPLv2+
system-config-keyboard
Yes
GPLv2+
system-config-kickstart
Yes
GPLv2+
system-config-language
No
GPLv2
system-config-lvm
Yes
GPLv2
system-config-network-tui
Yes
GPLv2+
system-config-printer
Yes
GPLv2+
system-config-printer-libs
No
GPLv2+
system-config-printer-udev
Yes
GPLv2+
system-config-services
Yes
GPLv2+
system-config-services-docs
Yes
GPLv2+
system-config-users
Yes
GPLv2+
system-config-users-docs
Yes
GPLv2+
system-gnome-theme
No
GPLv2+
system-icon-theme
No
GPLv2+
system-setup-keyboard
No
MIT
systemtap
Yes
GPLv2+
systemtap-client
Yes
GPLv2+
Package Core Package? License
systemtap-grapher
Yes
GPLv2+
systemtap-initscript
Yes
GPLv2+
systemtap-runtime
Yes
GPLv2+
systemtap-sdt-devel
Yes
GPLv2+
systemtap-server
Yes
GPLv2+
sysvinit-tools
No
GPLv2+
t1lib
No
LGPLv2+
taglib
No
LGPLv2
talk
Yes
BSD
talk-server
Yes
BSD
tar
No
GPLv3+
tcl
No
TCL
tcl-devel
Yes
TCL
tcl-pgtcl
Yes
MIT
tcp_wrappers
Yes
BSD
tcp_wrappers-devel
Yes
BSD
tcp_wrappers-libs
No
BSD
tcpdump
Yes
BSD with advertising
tcsh
Yes
BSD
telnet
Yes
BSD
telnet-server
Yes
BSD
terminus-fonts
Yes
GPLv2+
tex-cm-lgc
Yes
GPLv2+ with exceptions
tex-kerkis
Yes
LPPL
tex-preview
No
GPLv3+
texinfo
Yes
GPLv3+
texlive
Yes
GPLv2 and BSD and Public Domain and LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+ and LPPL
texlive-dvips
No
GPLv2 and BSD and Public Domain and LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+ and LPPL
texlive-latex
Yes
GPLv2 and BSD and Public Domain and LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+ and LPPL
texlive-texmf
No
Artistic 2.0 and GPLv2 and GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ and LPPL and MIT and Public Domain and UCD and Utopia
texlive-texmf-dvips
No
Artistic 2.0 and GPLv2 and GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ and LPPL and MIT and Public Domain and UCD and Utopia
texlive-texmf-errata
No
Artistic 2.0 and GPLv2 and GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ and LPPL and MIT and Public Domain and UCD and Utopia
texlive-texmf-errata-dvips
No
Artistic 2.0 and GPLv2 and GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ and LPPL and MIT and Public Domain and UCD and Utopia
texlive-texmf-errata-fonts
No
Artistic 2.0 and GPLv2 and GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ and LPPL and MIT and Public Domain and UCD and Utopia
texlive-texmf-errata-latex
No
Artistic 2.0 and GPLv2 and GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ and LPPL and MIT and Public Domain and UCD and Utopia
texlive-texmf-fonts
No
Artistic 2.0 and GPLv2 and GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ and LPPL and MIT and Public Domain and UCD and Utopia
texlive-texmf-latex
No
Artistic 2.0 and GPLv2 and GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ and LPPL and MIT and Public Domain and UCD and Utopia
texlive-utils
No
GPLv2 and BSD and Public Domain and LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+ and LPPL
tftp
Yes
BSD
tftp-server
Yes
BSD
thai-scalable-fonts-common
No
GPLv2+
thai-scalable-garuda-fonts
Yes
GPLv2+
thai-scalable-kinnari-fonts
Yes
GPLv2+
thai-scalable-loma-fonts
Yes
GPLv2+
thai-scalable-norasi-fonts
Yes
GPLv2+
thai-scalable-purisa-fonts
Yes
GPLv2+
thai-scalable-sawasdee-fonts
Yes
GPLv2+
thai-scalable-tlwgmono-fonts
Yes
GPLv2+
thai-scalable-tlwgtypewriter-fonts
Yes
GPLv2+
thai-scalable-tlwgtypist-fonts
Yes
GPLv2+
thai-scalable-tlwgtypo-fonts
Yes
GPLv2+
thai-scalable-umpush-fonts
Yes
GPLv2+
Package Core Package? License
thai-scalable-waree-fonts
Yes
GPLv2+
theora-tools
No
BSD
tibetan-machine-uni-fonts
Yes
GPLv3+ with exceptions
tigervnc
Yes
GPLv2+
tigervnc-server
Yes
GPLv2+
time
Yes
GPLv2+
tix
No
BSD
tk
No
TCL
tk-devel
Yes
TCL
tkinter
No
Python
tmpwatch
Yes
GPLv2
tn5250
Yes
LGPLv2+
tog-pegasus
Yes
MIT
tokyocabinet
No
LGPLv2+
tomcat6
Yes
ASL 2.0
tomcat6-el-2.1-api
No
ASL 2.0
tomcat6-jsp-2.1-api
No
ASL 2.0
tomcat6-lib
No
ASL 2.0
tomcat6-servlet-2.5-api
No
ASL 2.0
totem
Yes
GPLv2+ with exceptions
totem-mozplugin
Yes
GPLv2+ with exceptions
totem-nautilus
Yes
GPLv2+ with exceptions
totem-pl-parser
No
LGPLv2+
totem-upnp
Yes
GPLv2+ with exceptions
tpm-tools
Yes
CPL
trace-cmd
Yes
GPLv2 and LGPLv2.1
traceroute
Yes
GPLv2+
transfig
No
MIT
tree
Yes
GPLv2+
trilead-ssh2
No
BSD
trousers
Yes
CPL
tsclient
Yes
GPL+
ttmkfdir
No
LGPLv2+
tunctl
Yes
GPL+
tuned
Yes
GPLv2+
tuned-utils
Yes
GPLv2+
tzdata
No
Public Domain
tzdata-java
No
Public Domain
udev
No
GPLv2
udftools
Yes
GPLv2+
udisks
No
GPLv2+
un-core-batang-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
un-core-dinaru-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
un-core-dotum-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
un-core-fonts-common
No
GPLv2
un-core-graphic-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
un-core-gungseo-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
un-core-pilgi-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
unicap
No
GPLv2+
unique
No
LGPLv2+
unique-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
units
Yes
GPLv3+
Package Core Package? License
unix2dos
Yes
BSD
unixODBC
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
unixODBC-devel
Yes
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
unzip
Yes
BSD
upstart
No
GPLv2 and LGPLv2+
urlview
No
GPLv2+
urw-fonts
No
GPL+ with exceptions
usbmuxd
No
GPLv3+ or GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
usbutils
Yes
GPLv2+
usermode
No
GPLv2+
usermode-gtk
No
GPLv2+
ustr
No
MIT or LGPLv2+ or BSD
util-linux-ng
Yes
GPLv1+ and GPLv2 and GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ and MIT and BSD with advertising and Public Domain
uuid
No
MIT
uuidd
Yes
GPLv2
valgrind
Yes
GPLv2
vconfig
Yes
GPLv2+
vemana2000-fonts
Yes
GPLv2+ with exceptions
vgabios
No
LGPLv2
vim-X11
Yes
Vim and GPLv2+ and BSD and LGPLv2+ and Open Publication
vim-common
No
Vim and GPLv2+ and BSD and LGPLv2+ and Open Publication
vim-enhanced
Yes
Vim and GPLv2+ and BSD and LGPLv2+ and Open Publication
vim-minimal
Yes
Vim and GPLv2+ and BSD and LGPLv2+ and Open Publication
vinagre
Yes
GPLv2+
vino
Yes
GPLv2+
virt-manager
Yes
GPLv2+
virt-top
Yes
GPLv2+
virt-v2v
Yes
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
virt-viewer
Yes
GPLv2+
vlgothic-fonts
Yes
mplus and BSD
vlgothic-fonts-common
No
mplus and BSD
vlgothic-p-fonts
Yes
mplus and BSD
vlock
Yes
GPLv2+
volume_key
Yes
GPLv2
volume_key-libs
No
GPLv2
vorbis-tools
No
GPLv2
vsftpd
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
vte
No
LGPLv2+
w3m
No
MIT
wacomcpl
Yes
GPLv2+
wacomexpresskeys
Yes
GPLv2+
watchdog
Yes
GPL+
wavpack
No
BSD
webalizer
Yes
GPLv2+
webkitgtk
No
LGPLv2+ and BSD
wget
Yes
GPLv3+ and GFDL
which
Yes
GPLv3
wireless-tools
Yes
GPL+
wireshark
Yes
GPL+
wodim
Yes
GPLv2
words
Yes
Public Domain
wpa_supplicant
No
BSD
Package Core Package? License
wqy-zenhei-fonts
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
ws-commons-util
No
ASL 2.0
ws-jaxme
No
ASL 2.0
wsdl4j
No
CPL
wsmancli
Yes
BSD
wvdial
Yes
LGPLv2+
x3270
No
MIT
x3270-text
Yes
MIT
x3270-x11
Yes
MIT
x86info
Yes
GPLv2+
xalan-j2
No
ASL 1.1 and ASL 2.0 and W3C
xcb-util
No
MIT
xdelta
Yes
GPLv2
xdg-user-dirs
No
GPLv2+ and MIT
xdg-user-dirs-gtk
Yes
GPLv2+
xdg-utils
No
MIT
xerces-j2
No
ASL 2.0
xferstats
Yes
GPLv2+
xfig
Yes
MIT
xfig-common
No
MIT
xfig-plain
No
MIT
xguest
Yes
GPLv2+
xinetd
Yes
xinetd
xkeyboard-config
No
MIT
xml-common
No
GPL+
xml-commons-apis
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C and Public Domain
xml-commons-resolver
No
ASL 1.1
xmldb-api
No
BSD
xmldb-api-sdk
No
BSD
xmlgraphics-commons
No
ASL 2.0
xmlrpc-c
No
BSD and MIT
xmlrpc-c-client
No
BSD and MIT
xmlrpc3-client
No
ASL 2.0
xmlrpc3-common
No
ASL 2.0
xmltex
No
LPPL
xmlto
Yes
GPLv2+
xmlto-tex
Yes
GPLv2+
xmltoman
Yes
GPLv2+
xorg-x11-apps
No
MIT
xorg-x11-docs
Yes
MIT
xorg-x11-drivers
Yes
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-acecad
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-aiptek
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-apm
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-ast
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-ati
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-ati-firmware
Yes
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-cirrus
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-dummy
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-elographics
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-evdev
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-fbdev
No
MIT
Package Core Package? License
xorg-x11-drv-fpit
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-geode
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-glint
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-hyperpen
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-i128
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-i740
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-intel
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-keyboard
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-mach64
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-mga
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-mouse
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-mutouch
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-neomagic
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-nouveau
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-nv
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-openchrome
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-penmount
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-qxl
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-r128
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-rendition
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-s3virge
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-savage
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-siliconmotion
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-sis
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-sisusb
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-synaptics
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-tdfx
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-trident
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-v4l
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-vesa
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-vmmouse
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-vmware
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-void
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-voodoo
No
MIT
xorg-x11-drv-wacom
No
GPLv2+
xorg-x11-font-utils
No
MIT
xorg-x11-fonts-100dpi
Yes
MIT and Lucida and Public Domain
xorg-x11-fonts-75dpi
Yes
MIT and Lucida and Public Domain
xorg-x11-fonts-ISO8859-1-100dpi
Yes
MIT and Lucida and Public Domain
xorg-x11-fonts-ISO8859-1-75dpi
Yes
MIT and Lucida and Public Domain
xorg-x11-fonts-ISO8859-14-100dpi
Yes
MIT and Lucida and Public Domain
xorg-x11-fonts-ISO8859-14-75dpi
Yes
MIT and Lucida and Public Domain
xorg-x11-fonts-ISO8859-15-75dpi
Yes
MIT and Lucida and Public Domain
xorg-x11-fonts-ISO8859-2-100dpi
Yes
MIT and Lucida and Public Domain
xorg-x11-fonts-ISO8859-2-75dpi
Yes
MIT and Lucida and Public Domain
xorg-x11-fonts-ISO8859-9-100dpi
Yes
MIT and Lucida and Public Domain
xorg-x11-fonts-ISO8859-9-75dpi
Yes
MIT and Lucida and Public Domain
xorg-x11-fonts-Type1
Yes
MIT and Lucida and Public Domain
xorg-x11-fonts-cyrillic
Yes
MIT and Lucida and Public Domain
xorg-x11-fonts-ethiopic
Yes
MIT and Lucida and Public Domain
xorg-x11-fonts-misc
Yes
MIT and Lucida and Public Domain
xorg-x11-proto-devel
Yes
MIT
Package Core Package? License
xorg-x11-server-Xephyr
No
MIT
xorg-x11-server-Xorg
Yes
MIT
xorg-x11-server-common
No
MIT
xorg-x11-server-utils
Yes
MIT
xorg-x11-twm
Yes
MIT
xorg-x11-utils
Yes
MIT
xorg-x11-xauth
Yes
MIT
xorg-x11-xdm
Yes
MIT
xorg-x11-xinit
Yes
MIT
xorg-x11-xkb-utils
No
MIT
xrestop
Yes
GPLv2+
xsane
Yes
GPLv2+
xsane-common
No
GPLv2+
xsane-gimp
Yes
GPLv2+
xsettings-kde
Yes
GPLv2+
xterm
Yes
MIT
xulrunner
No
MPLv1.1 or GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+
xvattr
Yes
GPLv2+
xz
Yes
LGPLv2+
xz-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
xz-libs
No
LGPLv2+
xz-lzma-compat
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
yajl
No
BSD
yelp
Yes
GPLv2+
yp-tools
No
GPLv2
ypbind
Yes
GPLv2
ypserv
Yes
GPLv2
yum
Yes
GPLv2+
yum-metadata-parser
No
GPLv2
yum-plugin-aliases
Yes
GPLv2+
yum-plugin-changelog
Yes
GPLv2+
yum-plugin-downloadonly
Yes
GPLv2+
yum-plugin-protect-packages
Yes
GPLv2+
yum-plugin-security
Yes
GPLv2+
yum-plugin-tmprepo
Yes
GPLv2+
yum-plugin-verify
Yes
GPLv2+
yum-plugin-versionlock
Yes
GPLv2+
yum-presto
Yes
GPLv2+
yum-rhn-plugin
Yes
GPLv2
yum-utils
Yes
GPLv2+
zd1211-firmware
Yes
GPLv2
zenity
No
LGPLv2+
zip
Yes
BSD
zlib
Yes
zlib and Boost
zlib-devel
Yes
zlib and Boost
zsh
Yes
BSD

A.1.2.  Workstation

The following table lists all the packages in the Workstation variant. Core Packages are explicitly referenced in a comps group and can be selected directly using anaconda or kickstart.
Package Core Package? License
ConsoleKit
No
GPLv2+
ConsoleKit-libs
No
MIT
ConsoleKit-x11
No
GPLv2+
DeviceKit-power
No
GPLv2+
ElectricFence
Yes
GPLv2
GConf2
No
LGPLv2+
GConf2-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
GConf2-gtk
No
LGPLv2+
ImageMagick
Yes
ImageMagick
ImageMagick-c++
No
ImageMagick
MAKEDEV
No
GPLv2
ModemManager
No
GPLv2+
MySQL-python
Yes
GPLv2+
NetworkManager
Yes
GPLv2+
NetworkManager-glib
No
GPLv2+
NetworkManager-gnome
Yes
GPLv2+
NetworkManager-openswan
Yes
GPLv2+
ORBit2
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+
ORBit2-devel
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+
OpenEXR-libs
No
BSD
OpenIPMI
Yes
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+ or BSD
OpenIPMI-libs
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+ or BSD
PackageKit
No
GPLv2+
PackageKit-device-rebind
No
GPLv2+
PackageKit-glib
No
GPLv2+
PackageKit-gstreamer-plugin
Yes
GPLv2+
PackageKit-gtk-module
No
GPLv2+
PackageKit-yum
No
GPLv2+
PackageKit-yum-plugin
No
GPLv2+
PyGreSQL
Yes
MIT or Python
PyKDE4
No
LGPLv2+
PyQt4
No
GPLv3 or GPLv2 with exceptions
PyQt4-devel
Yes
GPLv3 or GPLv2 with exceptions
PyXML
No
MIT and Python and ZPLv1.0 and BSD
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-as-IN
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-bn-IN
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-de-DE
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-en-US
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-es-ES
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-fr-FR
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-gu-IN
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-hi-IN
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-it-IT
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-ja-JP
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-kn-IN
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-ko-KR
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-ml-IN
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-mr-IN
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-or-IN
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-pa-IN
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-pt-BR
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Package Core Package? License
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-ru-RU
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-si-LK
Yes
Open Publication
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-ta-IN
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-te-IN
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-zh-CN
Yes
CC-BY-SA
Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux-Release_Notes-6-zh-TW
Yes
CC-BY-SA
SDL
No
LGPLv2+
SDL-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
SOAPpy
No
BSD and ZPLv2.0
TurboGears2
Yes
MIT
Xaw3d
No
MIT
abrt
No
GPLv2+
abrt-addon-ccpp
Yes
GPLv2+
abrt-addon-kerneloops
Yes
GPLv2+
abrt-addon-python
Yes
GPLv2+
abrt-cli
Yes
GPLv2+
abrt-desktop
Yes
GPLv2+
abrt-gui
Yes
GPLv2+
abrt-libs
No
GPLv2+
abrt-plugin-logger
No
GPLv2+
abrt-plugin-rhtsupport
No
GPLv2+
abrt-plugin-sosreport
Yes
GPLv2+
abyssinica-fonts
Yes
OFL
acl
Yes
GPLv2+
acpid
Yes
GPLv2+
aic94xx-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
aide
Yes
GPLv2+
akonadi
No
LGPLv2+
alacarte
Yes
LGPLv2+
alsa-lib
No
LGPLv2+
alsa-lib-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
alsa-plugins-pulseaudio
Yes
LGPLv2+
alsa-utils
Yes
GPLv2+
amanda
No
BSD and LGPLv2 and GPLv3+ and GPLv2
amanda-client
Yes
BSD and LGPLv2 and GPLv3+ and GPLv2
amtu
Yes
CPL
anaconda
No
GPLv2+
anaconda-yum-plugins
No
GPLv2+
ant
Yes
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-antlr
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-apache-bcel
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-apache-bsf
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-apache-log4j
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-apache-oro
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-apache-regexp
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-apache-resolver
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-commons-logging
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-commons-net
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-javamail
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-jdepend
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-jsch
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-junit
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
Package Core Package? License
ant-nodeps
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-swing
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
ant-trax
No
ASL 2.0 and W3C
anthy
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2
antlr
No
Public Domain
apache-jasper
No
ASL 2.0
apache-tomcat-apis
No
ASL 2.0
apr
No
ASL 2.0
apr-devel
No
ASL 2.0
apr-util
No
ASL 2.0
apr-util-devel
No
ASL 2.0
apr-util-ldap
No
ASL 2.0
arptables_jf
Yes
GPLv2+
arpwatch
Yes
BSD with advertising
arts
No
LGPLv2+
arts-devel
No
LGPLv2+
aspell
No
LGPLv2 and LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+ and MIT
at
Yes
GPLv2+
at-spi
Yes
LGPLv2+
at-spi-python
No
LGPLv2+
atk
Yes
LGPLv2+
atk-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
atlas
Yes
BSD
atlas-3dnow
No
BSD
atlas-sse
No
BSD
atlas-sse2
No
BSD
atlas-sse3
No
BSD
atmel-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
attr
Yes
GPLv2+
audiofile
No
LGPLv2+
audit
Yes
GPLv2+
audit-libs
No
LGPLv2+
audit-libs-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
audit-libs-python
No
LGPLv2+
audit-viewer
Yes
GPLv2
augeas-libs
No
LGPLv2+
authconfig
Yes
GPLv2+
authconfig-gtk
Yes
GPLv2+
authd
Yes
GPLv2+
autoconf
Yes
GPLv3+ and GFDL
autocorr-af
Yes
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-bg
Yes
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-cs
Yes
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-da
Yes
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-de
Yes
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-en
No
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-es
Yes
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-eu
Yes
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-fa
Yes
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-fi
Yes
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-fr
Yes
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-ga
No
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
Package Core Package? License
autocorr-hu
Yes
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-it
Yes
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-ja
Yes
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-ko
Yes
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-lb
Yes
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-lt
No
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-mn
Yes
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-nl
Yes
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-pl
Yes
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-pt
Yes
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-ru
Yes
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-sk
Yes
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-sl
Yes
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-sv
Yes
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-tr
Yes
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-vi
Yes
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autocorr-zh
Yes
LGPLv3 and LGPLv2+ and BSD and (MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or Netscape) and (CDDL or GPLv2) and Public Domain
autofs
Yes
GPLv2+
automake
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
automoc
No
BSD
avahi
No
LGPLv2
avahi-autoipd
No
LGPLv2
avahi-glib
No
LGPLv2
avahi-gobject
No
LGPLv2
avahi-libs
No
LGPLv2
avahi-tools
No
LGPLv2
avahi-ui
No
LGPLv2
avalon-framework
No
ASL 1.1
axis
No
ASL 2.0
b43-fwcutter
Yes
BSD
b43-openfwwf
Yes
GPLv2
babel
Yes
BSD
babl
No
LGPLv3+ and GPLv3+
bacula-client
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
bacula-common
No
GPLv2 with exceptions
baekmuk-ttf-batang-fonts
No
Baekmuk
baekmuk-ttf-dotum-fonts
No
Baekmuk
baekmuk-ttf-fonts-common
No
Baekmuk
baekmuk-ttf-gulim-fonts
No
Baekmuk
baekmuk-ttf-hline-fonts
No
Baekmuk
basesystem
Yes
Public Domain
bash
Yes
GPLv3+
batik
No
ASL 2.0
bc
Yes
GPLv2+
bcel
No
ASL 2.0
bfa-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
bind
Yes
ISC
bind-chroot
Yes
ISC
bind-dyndb-ldap
Yes
GPLv2+
bind-libs
No
ISC
bind-utils
Yes
ISC
binutils
Yes
GPLv3+
Package Core Package? License
binutils-devel
Yes
GPLv3+
bison
Yes
GPLv3+
bitmap-console-fonts
No
GPLv2
bitmap-fangsongti-fonts
No
MIT
bitmap-fixed-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
bitmap-lucida-typewriter-fonts
Yes
Lucida
bitmap-miscfixed-fonts
No
Public Domain
blas
No
BSD
blktrace
Yes
GPLv2+
bltk
Yes
BSD
bluez
No
GPLv2+
bluez-libs
No
GPLv2+
boost
No
Boost
boost-date-time
No
Boost
boost-devel
Yes
Boost
boost-filesystem
No
Boost
boost-graph
No
Boost
boost-iostreams
No
Boost
boost-program-options
No
Boost
boost-python
No
Boost
boost-regex
No
Boost
boost-serialization
No
Boost
boost-signals
No
Boost
boost-system
No
Boost
boost-test
No
Boost
boost-thread
No
Boost
boost-wave
No
Boost
bpg-algeti-fonts
No
GPL+ with exceptions
bpg-chveulebrivi-fonts
Yes
GPL+ with exceptions
bpg-courier-fonts
Yes
GPL+ with exceptions
bpg-courier-s-fonts
No
GPL+ with exceptions
bpg-elite-fonts
No
GPL+ with exceptions
bpg-fonts-common
No
GPL+ with exceptions
bpg-glaho-fonts
Yes
GPL+ with exceptions
bpg-ingiri-fonts
No
GPL+ with exceptions
bpg-nino-medium-cond-fonts
No
GPL+ with exceptions
bpg-nino-medium-fonts
No
GPL+ with exceptions
bpg-sans-fonts
No
GPL+ with exceptions
bpg-sans-medium-fonts
No
GPL+ with exceptions
bpg-sans-modern-fonts
No
Bitstream Vera
bpg-sans-regular-fonts
No
GPL+ with exceptions
bpg-serif-fonts
No
GPL+ with exceptions
bpg-serif-modern-fonts
No
Bitstream Vera
brasero
No
GPLv2+
brasero-libs
No
GPLv2+
brasero-nautilus
Yes
GPLv2+
bridge-utils
Yes
GPLv2+
brltty
Yes
GPLv2+
bsf
No
ASL 2.0
btrfs-progs
No
GPLv2
busybox
No
GPLv2
byacc
Yes
Public Domain
Package Core Package? License
bzip2
Yes
BSD
bzip2-devel
Yes
BSD
bzip2-libs
No
BSD
bzr
Yes
GPLv2+
c-ares
No
MIT
c2050
No
GPL+
c2070
No
GPL+
ca-certificates
No
Public Domain
cachefilesd
Yes
GPL
cairo
Yes
LGPLv2 or MPLv1.1
cairo-devel
Yes
LGPLv2 or MPLv1.1
cairo-spice
No
LGPLv2 or MPLv1.1
cairomm
No
LGPLv2+
cas
Yes
GPLv3+
ccid
Yes
LGPLv2+
cdparanoia
No
GPLv2 and LGPLv2
cdparanoia-libs
No
LGPLv2
cdrdao
No
GPLv2+
celt051
No
BSD
certmonger
Yes
GPLv3+
check
No
LGPLv2+
check-devel
No
LGPLv2+
checkpolicy
No
GPLv2
cheese
Yes
GPLv2+
chkconfig
No
GPLv2
chrpath
Yes
GPL+
cifs-utils
Yes
GPLv3
cim-schema
No
DMTF
cjet
No
GPLv2+
cjkuni-fonts-common
No
Arphic
cjkuni-fonts-ghostscript
Yes
Arphic
cjkuni-ukai-fonts
Yes
Arphic
cjkuni-uming-fonts
Yes
Arphic
classpathx-jaf
No
GPLv2+
classpathx-mail
No
GPLv2+ with exceptions
cloog-ppl
No
GPLv2+
clucene-core
No
LGPLv2+ or ASL 2.0
clutter
No
LGPLv2+
cmake
Yes
BSD
compat-dapl
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD or CPL
compat-db
Yes
BSD
compat-db42
No
BSD
compat-db43
No
BSD
compat-expat1
Yes
MIT
compat-gcc-34
Yes
GPLv2+ and GPLv2+ with exceptions
compat-gcc-34-c++
Yes
GPLv2+ and GPLv2+ with exceptions
compat-gcc-34-g77
Yes
GPLv2+ and GPLv2+ with exceptions
compat-glibc
Yes
LGPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ with exceptions and GPLv2+
compat-glibc-headers
No
LGPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ with exceptions and GPLv2+
compat-libcap1
Yes
BSD-like and LGPL
compat-libf2c-34
Yes
GPLv2+ and GPLv2+ with exceptions
compat-libgcc-296
Yes
GPLv2+
Package Core Package? License
compat-libgfortran-41
Yes
GPLv2+ with exceptions
compat-libstdc++-296
Yes
GPLv2+
compat-libstdc++-33
Yes
GPLv2+ with exceptions
compat-libtermcap
Yes
GPLv2+
compat-openldap
Yes
OpenLDAP
compat-readline5
No
GPLv2+
compiz
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ and MIT
compiz-gnome
Yes
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ and MIT
comps-extras
No
GPL+ and LGPL+
conman
Yes
GPLv2+
control-center
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
control-center-extra
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
control-center-filesystem
No
GPLv2+ and GFDL
coolkey
Yes
LGPLv2
coreutils
Yes
GPLv3+
coreutils-libs
No
GPLv3+
cpio
Yes
GPLv3+
cpp
No
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
cpufrequtils
Yes
GPLv2
cpuspeed
Yes
GPLv2+
cracklib
No
LGPLv2+
cracklib-dicts
No
LGPLv2+
cracklib-python
No
LGPLv2+
crash
Yes
GPLv3
crash-trace-command
Yes
GPLv2
crda
No
ISC
createrepo
No
GPLv2
cronie
Yes
MIT and BSD and ISC and GPLv2
cronie-anacron
No
MIT and BSD and ISC and GPLv2
cronie-noanacron
No
MIT and BSD and ISC and GPLv2
crontabs
Yes
Public Domain and GPLv2
crypto-utils
Yes
MIT and GPLv2+
cryptsetup-luks
Yes
GPLv2
cryptsetup-luks-libs
No
GPLv2
cscope
Yes
BSD
ctags
Yes
GPLv2+ or Public Domain
ctags-etags
Yes
GPLv2+ or Public Domain
ctan-cm-lgc-fonts-common
No
GPLv2+ with exceptions
ctan-cm-lgc-roman-fonts
No
GPLv2+ with exceptions
ctan-cm-lgc-sans-fonts
No
GPLv2+ with exceptions
ctan-cm-lgc-typewriter-fonts
No
GPLv2+ with exceptions
ctan-kerkis-calligraphic-fonts
No
LPPL
ctan-kerkis-fonts-common
No
LPPL
ctan-kerkis-sans-fonts
No
LPPL
ctan-kerkis-serif-fonts
No
LPPL
ctapi-common
No
MIT
culmus-aharoni-clm-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
culmus-caladings-clm-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
culmus-david-clm-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
culmus-drugulin-clm-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
culmus-ellinia-clm-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
culmus-fonts-common
No
GPLv2
Package Core Package? License
culmus-frank-ruehl-clm-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
culmus-miriam-clm-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
culmus-miriam-mono-clm-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
culmus-nachlieli-clm-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
culmus-yehuda-clm-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
cups
Yes
GPLv2
cups-devel
Yes
LGPLv2
cups-libs
No
LGPLv2
cups-lpd
Yes
GPLv2
cups-pk-helper
Yes
GPLv2+
curl
No
MIT
cvs
Yes
GPL+ and GPLv2+ and LGPL+
cyrus-imapd
Yes
BSD
cyrus-imapd-utils
No
BSD
cyrus-sasl
No
BSD
cyrus-sasl-devel
Yes
BSD
cyrus-sasl-gssapi
No
BSD
cyrus-sasl-lib
No
BSD
cyrus-sasl-md5
No
BSD
cyrus-sasl-plain
Yes
BSD
dapl
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD or CPL
dash
No
BSD
db4
Yes
BSD
db4-cxx
No
BSD
db4-devel
Yes
BSD
db4-utils
No
BSD
dbus
Yes
GPLv2+ or AFL
dbus-c++
No
LGPLv2+
dbus-devel
Yes
GPLv2+ or AFL
dbus-glib
No
AFL and GPLv2+
dbus-glib-devel
Yes
AFL and GPLv2+
dbus-libs
Yes
GPLv2+ or AFL
dbus-python
No
MIT
dbus-qt
No
AFL or GPLv2+
dbus-x11
No
GPLv2+ or AFL
dcraw
Yes
GPLv2+
dejagnu
Yes
GPLv2+
dejavu-fonts-common
No
Bitstream Vera and Public Domain
dejavu-lgc-sans-fonts
No
Bitstream Vera and Public Domain
dejavu-lgc-sans-mono-fonts
No
Bitstream Vera and Public Domain
dejavu-lgc-serif-fonts
No
Bitstream Vera and Public Domain
dejavu-sans-fonts
Yes
Bitstream Vera and Public Domain
dejavu-sans-mono-fonts
Yes
Bitstream Vera and Public Domain
dejavu-serif-fonts
Yes
Bitstream Vera and Public Domain
deltarpm
No
BSD
desktop-effects
No
GPLv2+
desktop-file-utils
Yes
GPLv2+
devhelp
No
GPLv2+
device-mapper
No
GPLv2
device-mapper-event
No
GPLv2
device-mapper-event-libs
No
LGPLv2
device-mapper-libs
No
LGPLv2
Package Core Package? License
device-mapper-multipath
Yes
GPL+
device-mapper-multipath-libs
No
GPL+
dhclient
Yes
ISC
dhcp
Yes
ISC
dialog
No
LGPLv2
diffstat
Yes
MIT
diffutils
No
GPLv2+
dmidecode
No
GPLv2+
dmraid
Yes
GPLv2+
dmraid-events
No
GPLv2+
dmz-cursor-themes
No
CC-BY-SA
dnsmasq
Yes
GPLv2 or GPLv3
docbook-dtds
No
Copyright only
docbook-simple
No
Freely redistributable without restriction
docbook-slides
Yes
MIT
docbook-style-dsssl
No
Copyright only
docbook-style-xsl
Yes
Copyright only
docbook-utils
Yes
GPLv2+
docbook-utils-pdf
Yes
GPL+
docbook5-schemas
Yes
Freely redistributable without restriction
docbook5-style-xsl
Yes
MIT and MPLv1.1
dos2unix
Yes
BSD
dosfstools
Yes
GPLv3+
dovecot
Yes
MIT and LGPLv2
dovecot-mysql
Yes
MIT and LGPLv2
dovecot-pgsql
Yes
MIT and LGPLv2
dovecot-pigeonhole
Yes
MIT and LGPLv2
doxygen
Yes
GPL+
dracut
No
GPLv2+
dracut-fips
Yes
GPLv2+
dracut-kernel
No
GPLv2+
dracut-network
Yes
GPLv2+
dropwatch
Yes
GPLv2+
dstat
Yes
GPLv2
dtach
Yes
GPLv2+
dump
Yes
BSD
dumpet
Yes
GPLv2+
dvd+rw-tools
No
GPLv2
dvgrab
Yes
GPLv2+
dvipng
No
GPLv2+ and OFSFDL
e2fsprogs
Yes
GPLv2
e2fsprogs-devel
Yes
GPLv2 and LGPLv2
e2fsprogs-libs
No
GPLv2 and LGPLv2
ebtables
Yes
GPLv2+
ecj
No
EPL
eclipse-birt
No
EPL
eclipse-callgraph
Yes
EPL
eclipse-cdt
Yes
EPL and CPL
eclipse-changelog
Yes
EPL
eclipse-dtp
No
EPL
eclipse-emf
No
EPL
eclipse-gef
No
EPL
Package Core Package? License
eclipse-jdt
Yes
EPL
eclipse-linuxprofilingframework
No
EPL
eclipse-mylyn
Yes
EPL and ASL 2.0
eclipse-mylyn-cdt
Yes
EPL and ASL 2.0
eclipse-mylyn-java
Yes
EPL and ASL 2.0
eclipse-mylyn-pde
Yes
EPL and ASL 2.0
eclipse-mylyn-trac
Yes
EPL and ASL 2.0
eclipse-mylyn-webtasks
Yes
EPL and ASL 2.0
eclipse-mylyn-wikitext
Yes
EPL and ASL 2.0
eclipse-nls
No
EPL
eclipse-nls-ar
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-bg
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-cs
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-da
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-de
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-el
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-es
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-et
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-fi
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-fr
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-he
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-hi
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-hu
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-it
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-ja
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-ko
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-mn
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-nl
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-no
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-pl
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-pt
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-pt_BR
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-ro
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-ru
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-sv
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-tr
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-uk
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-zh
Yes
EPL
eclipse-nls-zh_TW
Yes
EPL
eclipse-oprofile
Yes
EPL
eclipse-pde
Yes
EPL
eclipse-platform
No
EPL
eclipse-rcp
No
EPL
eclipse-rpm-editor
Yes
EPL
eclipse-rse
No
EPL
eclipse-subclipse
Yes
EPL and CC-BY
eclipse-subclipse-graph
Yes
EPL and CC-BY
eclipse-svnkit
No
TMate License and ASL 1.1
eclipse-swt
No
EPL
eclipse-valgrind
Yes
EPL
ecryptfs-utils
Yes
GPLv2+
ed
Yes
GPLv3+ and GFDL
Package Core Package? License
edac-utils
Yes
GPLv2+
efax
Yes
GPLv2+
efibootmgr
Yes
GPLv2+
eggdbus
No
LGPLv2
eject
Yes
GPLv2+
ekiga
Yes
GPLv2+
elfutils
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
elfutils-devel
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
elfutils-libelf
No
GPLv2 with exceptions
elfutils-libelf-devel
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
elfutils-libs
No
GPLv2 with exceptions
elinks
Yes
GPLv2
emacs
Yes
GPLv3+
emacs-auctex
Yes
GPLv3+
emacs-common
No
GPLv3+
emacs-gnuplot
Yes
gnuplot
emacs-nox
Yes
GPLv3+
enchant
No
LGPLv2+
enscript
Yes
GPLv2+
environment-modules
No
GPLv2+
eog
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
esc
Yes
GPL+
ethtool
Yes
GPLv2
evince
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
evince-dvi
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
evince-libs
No
GPLv2+ and GFDL
evolution
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
evolution-data-server
No
LGPLv2+
evolution-data-server-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
evolution-data-server-doc
No
LGPLv2+
evolution-exchange
Yes
GPLv2+
evolution-help
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
evolution-mapi
Yes
LGPLv2+
exempi
No
BSD
exiv2-libs
No
GPLv2+
expat
No
MIT
expat-devel
Yes
MIT
expect
Yes
Public Domain
fakechroot
No
LGPLv2+
fakechroot-libs
No
LGPLv2+
fakeroot
No
GPL+
fakeroot-libs
No
GPL+
farsight2
No
LGPLv2+
fcoe-utils
Yes
GPLv2
febootstrap
No
GPLv2+
fence-virtd
No
GPLv2+
fence-virtd-libvirt
Yes
GPLv2+
fence-virtd-multicast
Yes
GPLv2+
fence-virtd-serial
Yes
GPLv2+
festival
No
MIT and GPL+ and TCL
festival-lib
No
MIT and GPL+ and TCL
festival-speechtools-libs
No
MIT and GPL+ and TCL
Package Core Package? License
festvox-slt-arctic-hts
No
MIT and GPL+ and TCL
fetchmail
Yes
GPL+ and Public Domain
ffmpeg-spice-libs
No
GPLv2+
file
Yes
BSD
file-devel
No
BSD
file-libs
No
BSD
file-roller
Yes
GPLv2+
filesystem
Yes
Public Domain
findutils
No
GPLv3+
finger
Yes
BSD
finger-server
Yes
BSD
fipscheck
No
BSD
fipscheck-lib
No
BSD
firefox
Yes
MPLv1.1 or GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+
firstaidkit
No
GPLv2+
firstaidkit-engine
No
GPLv2+
firstaidkit-gui
Yes
GPLv2+
firstboot
Yes
GPLv2+
flac
No
BSD and GPLv2+
flex
Yes
BSD
flightrecorder
Yes
LGPLv2
flute
No
W3C and LGPLv2+
fontconfig
Yes
MIT
fontconfig-devel
Yes
MIT
fontpackages-filesystem
No
Public Domain
foomatic
Yes
GPLv2+
foomatic-db
No
GPLv2+
foomatic-db-filesystem
No
Public Domain
foomatic-db-ppds
Yes
GPLv2+ and MIT
fop
No
ASL 2.0
fprintd
No
GPLv2+
fprintd-pam
Yes
GPLv2+
freeipmi
Yes
GPLv2+
freeipmi-bmc-watchdog
Yes
GPLv2+
freeipmi-ipmidetectd
Yes
GPLv2+
freeradius
Yes
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
freetype
Yes
FTL or GPLv2+
freetype-devel
Yes
FTL or GPLv2+
ftp
Yes
BSD with advertising
fuse
No
GPL+
fuse-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
fuse-libs
No
LGPLv2+
gamin
No
LGPLv2
gamin-devel
No
LGPLv2
gamin-python
No
LGPLv2
gawk
No
GPLv3+
gc
No
BSD
gcalctool
Yes
GPLv2+
gcc
Yes
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
gcc-c++
Yes
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
gcc-gfortran
Yes
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
gcc-gnat
Yes
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
Package Core Package? License
gcc-java
Yes
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
gcc-objc++
Yes
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
gcc-objc
Yes
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ with exceptions
gconf-editor
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
gconfmm26
No
LGPLv2+
gd
No
MIT
gdb
Yes
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ and GPLv2+ with exceptions and GPL+ and LGPLv2+ and GFDL and BSD and Public Domain
gdb-gdbserver
Yes
GPLv3+ and GPLv3+ with exceptions and GPLv2+ and GPLv2+ with exceptions and GPL+ and LGPLv2+ and GFDL and BSD and Public Domain
gdbm
No
GPLv2+
gdm
Yes
GPLv2+
gdm-libs
No
GPLv2+
gdm-plugin-fingerprint
Yes
GPLv2+
gdm-plugin-smartcard
Yes
GPLv2+
gdm-user-switch-applet
Yes
GPLv2+
gedit
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
gedit-plugins
Yes
GPLv2+
gegl
No
LGPLv3+ and GPLv3+
genisoimage
Yes
GPLv2
geoclue
No
LGPLv2
geronimo-specs
No
ASL 2.0
geronimo-specs-compat
No
ASL 2.0
gettext
Yes
GPLv3 and LGPLv2+
gettext-devel
No
LGPLv2+
gettext-libs
No
LGPLv2+
gfs2-utils
Yes
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
ggz-base-libs
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+
ghostscript
No
GPLv3+ and Redistributable| no modification permitted
ghostscript-fonts
No
GPLv2+ and Hershey and MIT and OFL and Public Domain
giflib
No
MIT
gimp
Yes
GPLv2+
gimp-data-extras
Yes
GPLv2+
gimp-help
Yes
GFDL
gimp-help-browser
Yes
GPLv2+
gimp-libs
No
LGPLv2+
git
Yes
GPLv2
glade3
Yes
GPLv2+
glade3-libgladeui
No
GPLv2+ and (GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+) and LGPLv2
glib2
Yes
LGPLv2+
glib2-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
glibc
Yes
LGPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ with exceptions and GPLv2+
glibc-common
No
LGPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ with exceptions and GPLv2+
glibc-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ with exceptions and GPLv2+
glibc-headers
No
LGPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ with exceptions and GPLv2+
glibc-utils
Yes
LGPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ with exceptions and GPLv2+
glibmm24
No
LGPLv2+
glx-utils
Yes
MIT
gmp
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv3+ and LGPLv3+
gmp-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+ and GPLv3+ and LGPLv3+
gnome-applets
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
gnome-backgrounds
Yes
GPLv2
gnome-bluetooth
Yes
GPLv2+
gnome-bluetooth-libs
No
LGPLv2+
Package Core Package? License
gnome-common
Yes
GPLv2
gnome-desktop
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
gnome-desktop-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
gnome-devel-docs
Yes
GFDL
gnome-disk-utility
Yes
LGPLv2+
gnome-disk-utility-libs
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-disk-utility-ui-libs
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-doc-utils
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ and GFDL
gnome-doc-utils-stylesheets
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-games
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
gnome-icon-theme
No
GPL+
gnome-keyring
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
gnome-keyring-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
gnome-keyring-pam
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-mag
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-media
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
gnome-media-libs
No
GPLv2+ and GFDL
gnome-menus
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-packagekit
Yes
GPLv2+
gnome-panel
Yes
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+ and GFDL
gnome-panel-libs
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-pilot
Yes
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+
gnome-pilot-conduits
Yes
GPLv2+ and MPLv1.0
gnome-power-manager
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
gnome-python2
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-python2-applet
No
LGPLv2
gnome-python2-bonobo
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-python2-bugbuddy
No
GPLv2+
gnome-python2-canvas
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-python2-desktop
No
GPLv2+
gnome-python2-extras
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
gnome-python2-gconf
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-python2-gnome
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-python2-gnomekeyring
No
LGPLv2
gnome-python2-gnomevfs
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-python2-gtkhtml2
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
gnome-python2-libegg
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
gnome-python2-libwnck
No
LGPLv2
gnome-python2-rsvg
No
LGPLv2
gnome-screensaver
Yes
GPLv2+
gnome-session
Yes
GPLv2+
gnome-session-xsession
No
GPLv2+
gnome-settings-daemon
No
GPLv2+
gnome-speech
No
LGPLv2+
gnome-system-monitor
Yes
GPLv2+
gnome-terminal
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL
gnome-themes
Yes
LGPLv2 and GPLv2
gnome-user-docs
Yes
GFDL
gnome-user-share
Yes
GPLv2+
gnome-utils
Yes
GPLv2+
gnome-utils-libs
No
GPLv2+
gnome-vfs2
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+
Package Core Package? License
gnome-vfs2-devel
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+
gnome-vfs2-smb
Yes
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+
gnote
Yes
GPLv3+
gnupg2
Yes
GPLv3+
gnuplot
Yes
gnuplot
gnuplot-common
No
gnuplot
gnutls
No
GPLv3+ and LGPLv2+
gnutls-devel
Yes
GPLv3+ and LGPLv2+
gok
Yes
LGPLv2+
gpgme
No
LGPLv2+
gpm
Yes
GPLv2+
gpm-libs
No
GPLv2+
gpxe-roms-qemu
No
GPLv2 and BSD
grep
No
GPLv3+
groff
No
GPLv2 and GFDL
grub
Yes
GPLv2+
grubby
No
GPLv2+
gsl
No
GPLv3 and GFDL and BSD
gsm
No
MIT
gssdp
No
LGPLv2+
gstreamer
No
LGPLv2+
gstreamer-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
gstreamer-plugins-bad-free
No
LGPLv2+ and LGPLv2
gstreamer-plugins-base
No
LGPLv2+
gstreamer-plugins-base-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
gstreamer-plugins-good
No
LGPLv2+
gstreamer-python
No
LGPLv2+
gstreamer-tools
No
LGPLv2+
gthumb
Yes
GPLv2+
gtk+extra
No
GPLv2+
gtk-doc
No
GPLv2+ and GFDL
gtk-vnc
No
LGPLv2+
gtk-vnc-python
No
LGPLv2+
gtk2
Yes
LGPLv2+
gtk2-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
gtk2-devel-docs
Yes
LGPLv2+
gtk2-engines
No
LGPLv2+
gtk2-immodule-xim
Yes
LGPLv2+
gtkhtml2
No
LGPLv2+
gtkhtml3
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2
gtkmm24
No
LGPLv2+
gtksourceview2
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+
gtkspell
No
GPLv2+
gucharmap
Yes
GPLv2+ and GFDL and MIT
guestfish
No
GPLv2+
guile
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
gupnp
No
LGPLv2+
gupnp-igd
No
LGPLv2+
gutenprint
Yes
GPLv2+
gutenprint-cups
Yes
GPLv2+
gutenprint-plugin
Yes
GPLv2+
gvfs
No
LGPLv2+
Package Core Package? License
gvfs-afc
Yes
LGPLv2+
gvfs-archive
Yes
LGPLv2+
gvfs-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
gvfs-fuse
Yes
LGPLv2+
gvfs-gphoto2
Yes
LGPLv2+
gvfs-obexftp
Yes
LGPLv2+
gvfs-smb
Yes
LGPLv2+
gzip
No
GPLv2+ and GFDL
hal
Yes
AFL or GPLv2
hal-devel
No
AFL or GPLv2
hal-info
No
AFL or GPLv2
hal-libs
No
AFL or GPLv2
hal-storage-addon
No
AFL or GPLv2
hamcrest
No
BSD
hardlink
Yes
GPLv2+
hdparm
No
BSD and GPLv2
hesinfo
Yes
MIT
hesiod
No
MIT
hicolor-icon-theme
No
GPL+
hivex
No
LGPLv2
hmaccalc
Yes
MIT
hpijs
Yes
BSD
hplip
Yes
GPLv2+ and MIT
hplip-common
No
GPLv2+
hplip-gui
Yes
BSD
hplip-libs
No
GPLv2+ and MIT
hsqldb
No
BSD
htdig
No
GPLv2
httpd
Yes
ASL 2.0
httpd-devel
Yes
ASL 2.0
httpd-manual
Yes
ASL 2.0
httpd-tools
No
ASL 2.0
hunspell
Yes
(LGPLv2+ or GPLv2+ or MPLv1.1) and (LGPLv2+ or SISSL)
hunspell-af
No
LGPLv2+
hunspell-ar
Yes
GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or MPLv1.1
hunspell-as
Yes
GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+ or MPLv1.1
hunspell-az
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-be
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-ber
Yes
GPL+ or LGPLv2+ or MPLv1.1
hunspell-bg
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-bn
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-br
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-ca
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-cop
Yes
GPLv3+
hunspell-cs
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-csb
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-cy
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-da
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-de
Yes
GPLv2 or GPLv3
hunspell-devel
Yes
(LGPLv2+ or GPLv2+ or MPLv1.1) and (LGPLv2+ or SISSL)
hunspell-el
Yes
GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+ or MPL
hunspell-en
No
LGPLv2+ and BSD
Package Core Package? License
hunspell-eo
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-es
Yes
LGPLv3+ or GPLv3+ or MPLv1.1
hunspell-et
Yes
LGPLv2+ and LPPL
hunspell-eu
Yes
GPLv2
hunspell-fa
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-fj
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-fo
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-fr
Yes
GPLv2 or LGPLv2 or MPLv1.1
hunspell-fur
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-fy
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-ga
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-gd
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-gl
Yes
GPLv2
hunspell-gu
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-gv
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-he
Yes
GPLv2
hunspell-hi
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-hil
Yes
GPLv3+
hunspell-hr
Yes
LGPLv2+ or SISSL
hunspell-hsb
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-hu
Yes
LGPLv2+ or GPLv2+ or MPLv1.1
hunspell-hy
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-ia
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-id
Yes
GPLv2
hunspell-is
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-it
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-kk
Yes
GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+ or MPLv1.1
hunspell-km
Yes
GPLv3
hunspell-kn
Yes
GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+ or MPLv1.1
hunspell-ko
Yes
MPLv1.1 or GPLv2 or LGPLv2
hunspell-ku
Yes
GPLv3 or LGPLv3 or MPLv1.1
hunspell-la
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-lt
Yes
BSD
hunspell-lv
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-mai
Yes
GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+ or MPLv1.1
hunspell-mg
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-mi
Yes
GPLv3+
hunspell-mk
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-ml
Yes
GPLv3+
hunspell-mn
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-mr
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-ms
Yes
GFDL and GPL+
hunspell-mt
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-nb
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-nds
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-ne
Yes
LGPLv2
hunspell-nl
Yes
BSD or CC-BY
hunspell-nn
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-nr
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-nso
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-ny
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-oc
Yes
GPLv3+
Package Core Package? License
hunspell-or
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-pa
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-pl
Yes
LGPLv2+ or GPL+ or MPLv1.1
hunspell-pt
Yes
LGPLv2+ and (GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+ or MPL)
hunspell-ro
Yes
GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+ or MPLv1.1
hunspell-ru
Yes
BSD
hunspell-rw
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-sc
Yes
AGPLv3
hunspell-si
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-sk
Yes
LGPLv2 or GPLv2 or MPLv1.1
hunspell-sl
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-so
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-sq
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-sr
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-ss
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-st
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-sv
Yes
LGPLv2+ or GPLv2+ or MPLv1.1
hunspell-sw
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-ta
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-te
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-tet
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-th
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-tk
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-tl
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-tn
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-ts
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-uk
Yes
GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+ or MPLv1.1
hunspell-ur
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-uz
Yes
GPLv2+
hunspell-ve
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-vi
Yes
GPL+
hunspell-wa
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-xh
Yes
LGPLv2+
hunspell-zu
Yes
LGPLv2+
hwdata
No
GPLv2+
hyphen
No
LGPLv2+ or MPLv1.1
hyphen-af
Yes
LGPLv2+
hyphen-as
Yes
LGPLv3+
hyphen-be
Yes
GPL+
hyphen-bg
Yes
GPL+
hyphen-bn
Yes
LGPLv3+
hyphen-ca
Yes
GPLv3
hyphen-cs
Yes
GPLv2+
hyphen-cy
No
LPPL
hyphen-da
Yes
LGPLv2+
hyphen-de
Yes
LGPLv2+
hyphen-el
Yes
LGPLv2+
hyphen-en
No
LGPLv2+ or MPLv1.1
hyphen-es
Yes
LGPLv2+
hyphen-et
Yes
LGPLv2+ and LPPL
hyphen-eu
No
LPPL
hyphen-fa
Yes
LPPL
Package Core Package? License
hyphen-fr
Yes
LGPLv2+
hyphen-ga
Yes
GPL+
hyphen-gl
No
GPLv3
hyphen-gu
Yes
LGPLv3+
hyphen-hi
Yes
LGPLv3+
hyphen-hr
Yes
LGPLv2+ or SISSL
hyphen-hsb
Yes
LPPL
hyphen-hu
Yes
GPLv2+
hyphen-ia
Yes
LPPL
hyphen-id
Yes
GPL+
hyphen-is
Yes
LGPLv2+ or SISSL
hyphen-it
Yes
LGPLv2+
hyphen-kn
Yes
LGPLv3+
hyphen-lt
Yes
LPPL
hyphen-lv
Yes
LGPLv2+
hyphen-mi
Yes
GPLv3+
hyphen-ml
Yes
LGPLv3+
hyphen-mn
Yes
LPPL
hyphen-mr
Yes
LGPLv3+
hyphen-nb
Yes
GPL+
hyphen-nl
Yes
GPLv2
hyphen-nn
Yes
GPL+
hyphen-or
Yes
LGPLv3+
hyphen-pa
Yes
LGPLv3+
hyphen-pl
Yes
LGPLv2+
hyphen-pt
Yes
GPL+
hyphen-ro
Yes
GPLv2+
hyphen-ru
Yes
LGPLv2+
hyphen-sa
Yes
LPPL
hyphen-sk
Yes
GPL+
hyphen-sl
Yes
LGPLv2+
hyphen-sr
No
LGPLv2+
hyphen-sv
Yes
GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+
hyphen-ta
Yes
LGPLv3+
hyphen-te
Yes
LGPLv3+
hyphen-uk
Yes
GPLv2+
hyphen-zu
Yes
LGPLv2+
ibsim
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD
ibus
No
LGPLv2+
ibus-anthy
Yes
GPLv2+
ibus-chewing
Yes
GPLv2+
ibus-gtk
Yes
LGPLv2+
ibus-hangul
Yes
GPLv2+
ibus-libs
No
LGPLv2+
ibus-m17n
Yes
GPLv2+
ibus-pinyin
Yes
GPLv2+
ibus-qt
Yes
GPLv2+
ibus-rawcode
Yes
GPLv2+
ibus-sayura
Yes
GPLv2+
ibus-table
No
LGPLv2+
ibus-table-additional
Yes
LGPLv2+
ibus-table-cangjie
Yes
GPLv3
Package Core Package? License
ibus-table-erbi
Yes
GPLv2+
ibus-table-wubi
Yes
GPLv3+
ibutils
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD
ibutils-libs
No
GPLv2 or BSD
icedax
No
GPLv2
icu4j-eclipse
No
MIT and EPL
ilmbase
No
BSD
im-chooser
No
GPLv2+
imake
Yes
MIT
imsettings
No
LGPLv2+
imsettings-libs
No
LGPLv2+
indent
Yes
GPLv3+
infiniband-diags
Yes
GPLv2 or BSD
infinipath-psm
No
BSD or GPLv2
info
No
GPLv3+
initscripts
Yes
GPLv2 and GPLv2+
inkscape
Yes
GPLv2+
intltool
Yes
GPLv2 with exceptions
iok
Yes
GPLv2+
iotop
Yes
GPLv2
ipa-client
Yes
GPLv2
ipa-gothic-fonts
Yes
IPA
ipa-mincho-fonts
Yes
IPA
ipa-pgothic-fonts
Yes
IPA
ipa-pmincho-fonts
Yes
IPA
ipmitool
Yes
BSD
iproute
Yes
GPLv2+ and Public Domain
iptables
Yes
GPLv2
iptables-devel
Yes
GPLv2
iptables-ipv6
Yes
GPLv2
iptraf
Yes
GPLv2+
iptstate
Yes
zlib
iputils
Yes
BSD with advertising and GPLv2+ and Rdisc
ipw2100-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
ipw2200-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
irqbalance
Yes
GPLv2
irssi
Yes
GPLv2+
iscsi-initiator-utils
Yes
GPLv2+
isdn4k-utils
Yes
GPLv2+ and GPL+ and MIT and BSD and zlib
isns-utils
Yes
LGPLv2+
iso-codes
No
LGPLv2+
isomd5sum
No
GPLv2+
ivtv-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
iw
No
ISC
iwl1000-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
iwl3945-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
iwl4965-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
iwl5000-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
iwl5150-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
iwl6000-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
iwl6050-firmware
Yes
Redistributable| no modification permitted
jadetex
No
Freely redistributable without restriction
Package Core Package? License
jakarta-commons-codec
No
ASL 2.0
jakarta-commons-collections
No
ASL 2.0
jakarta-commons-daemon
No
ASL 2.0
jakarta-commons-dbcp-tomcat5
No
ASL 2.0
jakarta-commons-discovery
No
ASL 2.0
jakarta-commons-el
No
ASL 1.1
jakarta-commons-httpclient
No
ASL 2.0
jakarta-commons-io
No
ASL 2.0
jakarta-commons-lang
No
ASL 2.0
jakarta-commons-logging
No
ASL 2.0
jakarta-commons-net
No
ASL 2.0
jakarta-commons-pool-tomcat5
No
ASL 2.0
jakarta-oro
No
ASL 1.1
jasper
No
JasPer
jasper-libs
No
JasPer
java-1.5.0-gcj
No
GPLv2+
java-1.5.0-gcj-devel
No
GPLv2+
java-1.5.0-gcj-javadoc
No
GPLv2+
java-1.6.0-openjdk
Yes
ASL 1.1| ASL 2.0| GPL+| GPLv2| GPLv2 with exceptions| LGPL+| LGPLv2| MPLv1.0| MPLv1.1| Public Domain| W3C
java-1.6.0-openjdk-devel
Yes
ASL 1.1| ASL 2.0| GPL+| GPLv2| GPLv2 with exceptions| LGPL+| LGPLv2| MPLv1.0| MPLv1.1| Public Domain| W3C
java-1.6.0-openjdk-javadoc
No
ASL 1.1| ASL 2.0| GPL+| GPLv2| GPLv2 with exceptions| LGPL+| LGPLv2| MPLv1.0| MPLv1.1| Public Domain| W3C
java_cup
No
BSD and LGPLv2
jcommon-serializer
No
LGPLv2+
jdepend
No
BSD
jdom
No
BSD
jetty-eclipse
No
ASL 2.0
jline
No
BSD
jna
No
LGPLv2+
jomolhari-fonts
Yes
OFL
jpackage-utils
Yes
BSD
jsch
No
BSD
jss
No
MPLv1.1 or GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+
junit
Yes
CPL
junit4
No
CPL
jwhois
Yes
GPLv3
jzlib
No
BSD
k3b
Yes
GPLv2+
k3b-common
No
GPLv2+
k3b-libs
No
GPLv2+
kabi-whitelists
No
GPLv2
kabi-yum-plugins
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-art-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-book-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-decorative-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-digital-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-farsi-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-fonts-common
No
GPLv2
kacst-letter-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-naskh-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-office-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-one-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-pen-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
Package Core Package? License
kacst-poster-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-qurn-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-screen-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-title-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kacst-titlel-fonts
Yes
GPLv2
kasumi
No
GPLv2+
kbd
Yes
GPLv2+
kbd-misc
No
GPLv2+
kcoloredit
Yes
GPLv2+
kcoloredit-doc
No
GPLv2+
kde-filesystem
No
Public Domain
kde-i18n-Arabic
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Bengali
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Brazil
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-British
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Bulgarian
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Catalan
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Chinese
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Chinese-Big5
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Czech
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Danish
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Dutch
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Estonian
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Finnish
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-French
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-German
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Greek
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Hebrew
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Hindi
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Hungarian
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Icelandic
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Italian
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Japanese
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Korean
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Lithuanian
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Norwegian
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Norwegian-Nynorsk
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Polish
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Portuguese
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Punjabi
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Romanian
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Russian
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Serbian
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Slovak
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Slovenian
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Spanish
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Swedish
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Tamil
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Turkish
Yes
GFDL
kde-i18n-Ukrainian
Yes
GFDL
kde-l10n
No
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Arabic
Yes
LGPLv2
Package Core Package? License
kde-l10n-Basque
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Bengali-India
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Brazil
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-British
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Bulgarian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Catalan
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Chhattisgarhi
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Chinese
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Chinese-Traditional
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Croatian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Czech
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Danish
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Dutch
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Estonian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Finnish
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-French
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Frisian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Galician
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-German
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Greek
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Gujarati
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Hebrew
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Hindi
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Hungarian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Icelandic
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Irish
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Italian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Japanese
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Kannada
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Kashubian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Kazakh
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Khmer
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Korean
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Kurdish
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Latvian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Lithuanian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-LowSaxon
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Macedonian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Maithili
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Malayalam
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Marathi
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Norwegian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Norwegian-Nynorsk
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Polish
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Portuguese
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Punjabi
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Romanian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Russian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Serbian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Slovak
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Slovenian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Spanish
Yes
LGPLv2
Package Core Package? License
kde-l10n-Swedish
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Tajik
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Thai
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Turkish
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Ukrainian
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-l10n-Walloon
Yes
LGPLv2
kde-settings
No
Public Domain
kde-settings-kdm
No
Public Domain
kde-settings-pulseaudio
Yes
Public Domain
kdeaccessibility
Yes
GPLv2
kdeaccessibility-libs
No
GPLv2
kdeadmin
Yes
GPLv2
kdeartwork-screensavers
Yes
GPLv2 and MIT
kdebase
Yes
GPLv2
kdebase-devel
Yes
GPLv2
kdebase-libs
No
GPLv2
kdebase-runtime
No
LGPLv2+
kdebase-runtime-libs
No
LGPLv2+
kdebase-workspace
Yes
GPLv2
kdebase-workspace-akonadi
Yes
GPLv2
kdebase-workspace-devel
Yes
GPLv2
kdebase-workspace-libs
No
GPLv2
kdebase-workspace-python-applet
Yes
GPLv2
kdebase-workspace-wallpapers
No
GPLv2
kdegames
Yes
GPLv2
kdegames-libs
No
GPLv2
kdegraphics
Yes
GPLv2
kdegraphics-devel
Yes
GPLv2
kdegraphics-libs
No
GPLv2
kdelibs
Yes
LGPLv2+
kdelibs-apidocs
Yes
LGPLv2+
kdelibs-common
No
LGPLv2+
kdelibs-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
kdelibs-experimental
No
LGPLv2+
kdelibs3
No
LGPLv2
kdelibs3-devel
No
LGPLv2
kdemultimedia
Yes
GPLv2+
kdemultimedia-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+
kdemultimedia-libs
No
LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+
kdenetwork
Yes
GPLv2
kdenetwork-devel
Yes
GPLv2
kdenetwork-libs
No
GPLv2
kdepim
Yes
GPLv2
kdepim-devel
Yes
GPLv2
kdepim-libs
No
GPLv2
kdepim-runtime
Yes
GPLv2
kdepim-runtime-libs
No
GPLv2
kdepim3-libs
No
GPLv2
kdepimlibs
No
LGPLv2+
kdepimlibs-akonadi
No
LGPLv2+
kdepimlibs-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
kdeplasma-addons
Yes
GPLv2
Package Core Package? License
kdeplasma-addons-libs
No
GPLv2
kdesdk
Yes
GPLv2
kdesdk-devel
Yes
GPLv2
kdesdk-libs
No
GPLv2
kdesdk-utils
No
GPLv2
kdeutils
Yes
GPLv2 and LGPLv2 and MIT and BSD
kdeutils-libs
No
GPLv2 and LGPLv2 and MIT and BSD
kdm
Yes
GPLv2
kernel
No
GPLv2
kernel-debug
No
GPLv2
kernel-debug-devel
No
GPLv2
kernel-devel
No
GPLv2
kernel-doc
Yes
GPLv2
kernel-firmware
Yes
GPL+ and GPLv2+ and MIT and Redistributable| no modification permitted
kernel-headers
No
GPLv2
kexec-tools
Yes
GPLv2
keyutils
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
keyutils-libs
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
keyutils-libs-devel
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
khmeros-base-fonts
Yes
LGPLv2+
khmeros-battambang-fonts
Yes
LGPLv2+
khmeros-bokor-fonts
Yes
LGPLv2+
khmeros-fonts-common
No
LGPLv2+
khmeros-handwritten-fonts
Yes
LGPLv2+
khmeros-metal-chrieng-fonts
Yes
LGPLv2+
khmeros-muol-fonts
Yes
LGPLv2+
khmeros-siemreap-fonts
Yes
LGPLv2+
kiconedit
Yes
GPLv2+
kio_sysinfo
No
GPLv2+
kipi-plugins
Yes
GPLv2+
kipi-plugins-libs
No
GPLv2+
kmid
Yes
GPLv2+
kmid-common
No
GPLv2+
konq-plugins
Yes
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
konq-plugins-doc
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
kpartx
No
GPL+
kpathsea
No
GPLv2 and BSD and Public Domain and LGPLv2+ and GPLv2+ and LPPL
krb5-appl-clients
Yes
MIT
krb5-appl-servers
Yes
MIT
krb5-auth-dialog
Yes
GPLv2+
krb5-devel
Yes
MIT
krb5-libs
Yes
MIT
krb5-pkinit-openssl
Yes
MIT
krb5-server
Yes
MIT
krb5-server-ldap
Yes
MIT
krb5-workstation
Yes
MIT
kross-python
No
LGPLv2+
ksh
Yes
CPL
ksig
Yes
GPLv2+
ksig-doc
No
GPLv2+
ksshaskpass
Yes
GPLv2
ksysguardd
No
GPLv2
Package Core Package? License
kurdit-unikurd-web-fonts
Yes
GPLv3
lapack
Yes
BSD
latencytop
Yes
GPLv2
latrace
Yes
GPLv3+
lcms-libs
No
MIT
ldapjdk
Yes
MPLv1.1 or GPLv2+ or LGPLv2+
less
No
GPLv3+
lftp
Yes
GPLv3+
libICE
Yes
MIT
libICE-devel
Yes
MIT
libIDL
No
LGPLv2+
libIDL-devel
No
LGPLv2+
libSM
Yes
MIT
libSM-devel
Yes
MIT
libX11
Yes
MIT
libX11-common
No
MIT
libX11-devel
Yes
MIT
libXScrnSaver
No
MIT
libXScrnSaver-devel
No
MIT
libXau
No
MIT
libXau-devel
Yes
MIT
libXaw
No
MIT
libXaw-devel
Yes
MIT
libXcomposite
No
MIT
libXcomposite-devel
No
MIT
libXcursor
No
MIT
libXcursor-devel
No
MIT
libXdamage
No
MIT
libXdamage-devel
No
MIT
libXdmcp
No
MIT
libXdmcp-devel
No
MIT
libXext
Yes
MIT
libXext-devel
Yes
MIT
libXfixes
No
MIT
libXfixes-devel
No
MIT
libXfont
No
MIT
libXft
Yes
MIT
libXft-devel
Yes
MIT
libXi
Yes
MIT
libXi-devel
Yes
MIT
libXinerama
No
MIT
libXinerama-devel
Yes
MIT
libXmu
Yes
MIT
libXmu-devel
Yes
MIT
libXp
Yes
MIT
libXp-devel
No
MIT
libXpm
No
MIT
libXpm-devel
Yes
MIT
libXrandr
No
MIT
libXrandr-devel
Yes
MIT
libXrender
Yes
MIT
libXrender-devel
Yes
MIT
Package Core Package? License
libXres
No
MIT
libXt
Yes
MIT
libXt-devel
Yes
MIT
libXtst
Yes
MIT
libXtst-devel
Yes
MIT
libXv
No
MIT
libXv-devel
No
MIT
libXvMC
No
MIT
libXxf86dga
No
MIT
libXxf86misc
No
MIT
libXxf86misc-devel
No
MIT
libXxf86vm
No
MIT
libXxf86vm-devel
No
MIT
libacl
No
LGPLv2+
libacl-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
libaio
Yes
LGPLv2+
libaio-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
libao
No
GPLv2+
libao-devel
No
GPLv2+
libarchive
No
BSD
libart_lgpl
No
LGPLv2+
libart_lgpl-devel
No
LGPLv2+
libasyncns
No
LGPLv2+
libatasmart
No
LGPLv2+
libattr
No
LGPLv2+
libattr-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
libavc1394
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
libbase
No
LGPLv2+
libblkid
No
LGPLv2+
libblkid-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
libbonobo
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
libbonobo-devel
Yes
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
libbonoboui
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
libbonoboui-devel
No
GPLv2+ and LGPLv2+
libburn
No
GPLv2
libcanberra
No
LGPLv2+
libcanberra-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
libcanberra-gtk2
No
LGPLv2+
libcap
No
LGPLv2+ or BSD
libcap-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+ or BSD
libcap-ng
No
LGPLv2+
libcap-ng-devel
Yes
LGPLv2+
libcdio
No
GPLv3+
libcgroup
Yes
LGPLv2+
libcgroup-devel