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The search service can find package by either name (apache), provides(webserver), absolute file names (/usr/bin/apache), binaries (gprof) or shared libraries (libXm.so.2) in standard path. It does not support multiple arguments yet...

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RPM resource autopsy

The Autopsy forensic browser is a graphical interface to utilities found in the Sleuth Kit. Autopsy is the only open source graphical interface for the forensic analysis of Microsoft and UNIX file systems. It allows the allocated and deleted files, directories, blocks, and inodes of file system images to be analyzed in a read-only environment. Images can be searched for strings and regular expressions to recover deleted material. It also allows one to create a detailed time line of the Modified, Access, and Changed times of files.

Found 2 sites for autopsy

Found 5 RPM for autopsy

PackageSummaryDistributionDownload
autopsy-2.24-3.noarch.htmlAutopsy Forensic BrowserOpenMandriva Cooker for x86_64autopsy-2.24-3.noarch.rpm
autopsy-2.24-3.noarch.htmlAutopsy Forensic BrowserOpenMandriva 4.2 for x86_64autopsy-2.24-3.noarch.rpm
autopsy-2.24-3.noarch.htmlAutopsy Forensic BrowserOpenMandriva 4.2 for i686autopsy-2.24-3.noarch.rpm
autopsy-1.74-1.rhel2.1.dag.i386.htmlA forensic browser for use with Sleuth Kit.DAG packages for Red Hat Linux el2.1 i386autopsy-1.74-1.rhel2.1.dag.i386.rpm
autopsy-1.74-1.dag.rhel3.i386.htmlA forensic browser for use with Sleuth Kit.DAG packages for Red Hat Linux el3 i386autopsy-1.74-1.dag.rhel3.i386.rpm

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