Re: where to get gnumeric rpm?

On Fri, Oct 02, 2009 at 23:46:30 -0400, ken wrote:
Just setting up a new (CentOS) system and can't find gnumeric here

As CentOS is debranded/rebuilt Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and gnumeric
is not included in RHEL, that isn't surprising.

or anywhere (RPM for CentOS/RH).

Gnumeric RPMs are available as part of Fedora (RHEL's upstream) as well as
from EPEL (Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux -

Ziff Davis is so obviously biased to Microsoft in almost everything they
publish, that they might as well change their company name to MS-PRAVDA. 
        Darryl Householder commenting on extreme PC Week FUD

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