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|libspe2-64bit-2.3.0-24.1.11.ppc.html||Helper for standalone SPE applications||OpenSuSE 13.1 for ppc||libspe2-64bit-2.3.0-24.1.11.ppc.rpm|
|libspe2-64bit-2.3.0-21.1.1.ppc.html||Helper for standalone SPE applications||OpenSuSE 12.3 for ppc||libspe2-64bit-2.3.0-21.1.1.ppc.rpm|
|libspe2-64bit-2.3.0-19.1.15.ppc.html||Helper for standalone SPE applications||OpenSuSE 12.2 for ppc||libspe2-64bit-2.3.0-19.1.15.ppc.rpm|
|libspe2-64bit-2.3.0-3.5.ppc.html||Helper for standalone SPE applications||OpenSuSE 11.1 for ppc||libspe2-64bit-2.3.0-3.5.ppc.rpm|
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