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To build a binary deb package, first install the qmail-src package, then type the command "build-qmail". If you try "apt-get source --build qmail-src" only the qmail-src package will be built. You will need to install qmail-src and type the command "build-qmail" to get a usable binary package of qmail. Also be sure to build and install ucspi-tcp before installing the binary qmail package. Install the ucspi-tcp-src package to get ucspi-tcp.
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Located in Package: qmail-src
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Set of tools for manipulating and reading geographic data, in particular ESRI shapefiles; C code used from shapelib. It includes binary access to GSHHS shoreline files. The package also provides interface wrappers for exchanging spatial objects with packages such as PBSmapping, spatstat, maps, RArcInfo, Stata tmap, WinBUGS, Mondrian, and others.
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Located in Package: r-cran-maptools
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The R-package 'surveillance' is a framework for the development and the evaluation of outbreak detection algorithms in univariate and multivariate routine collected public health surveillance data. It is hosted on CRAN..
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Located in Package: r-cran-surveillance
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The intention of the R-package surveillance is to provide open source software for the visualization and monitoring of count data time series in public health surveillance. Potential users are epidemiologists and others working in applied infectious disease epidemiology. Furthermore, surveillance also provides a data structure and framework for methodological developments of surveillance algorithms.
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Located in Package: r-cran-surveillance
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A tool which automatically (i.e. with as few user interaction as possible) selects the best parameters for a given ripping task. It should inspect the source (e.g. a DVD or an AVI file), extract all important information, calculate the missing parameters and generate a parameter set for transcode that will create an output file of high quality.
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Located in Package: ripmake
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Plush is a set of interface templates for the SABnzbd+ binary newsgrabber, providing access to a full set of features, even including a built-in IRC client. To this end, extensive use is made of ajax technology, with various graphical enhancements and artwork providing the finishing touch.
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Located in Package: sabnzbdplus-theme-plush
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This package provides the capability to create a Debian package for the Platinum Java SAP GUI from the provided JAR by just running 'make-sgpkg <filename>'.
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Located in Package: sapgui-package
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Smart Common Input Method (SCIM) is an input method (IM) platform. Input methods are needed to enter complex characters in many non-latin languages. SCIM provides a common platform for various plugin modules and independent IM programs, as well as a set of modules and programs on its own. It is highly modularized and exposes abstract interfaces, so that plugin modules with different functions can easily communicate with each other.
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Located in Package: scim-mozc
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The small footprint CIM broker (SFCB) is part of the SBLIM project (Standards Based Linux Instrumentation for Manageability). SFCB is a CIM server for resource-constrained and embedded environments. A CIM daemon (aka CIMOM) responds to CIM/WBEM client requests for system management data and performs system management tasks.
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Located in Package: sfcb
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The programs are intended to be interesting in themselves as examples of literate programming. Thus, the Stanford GraphBase can also be regarded as a collection of approximately 30 essays for programmers to enjoy reading, whether or not they are doing algorithmic research. The programs are written in CWEB, a combination of TeX and C that is easy to use by anyone who knows those languages and easy to read by anyone familiar with the rudiments of C.
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Located in Package: sgb
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