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Valid Group names



I think I am missing the obvious, but is there a page in the Wiki with
the valid Group names that can be used when creating packages? Looking
at Fedora-development and doing a

rpm -qp --qf='%{Group}\n'

I came up with the following numbers:
Amusements/Games
Amusements/Graphics
Applications/Archiving
Applications/CPAN
Applications/Communications
Applications/Databases
Applications/Editors
Applications/Engineering
Applications/File
Applications/Internet
Applications/Multimedia
Applications/Productivity
Applications/Publishing
Applications/Shells
Applications/System
Applications/Text
Desktop/Accessibility
Development/Build Tools
Development/Code Generators
Development/Debuggers
Development/Java
Development/Languages
Development/Libraries
Development/Libraries/Application Frameworks
Development/Libraries/Java
Development/System
Development/Testing
Development/Tools
Documentation
Internet/WWW/Servers
Networking/Daemons
Productivity/Security
Security/Cryptography
System Environment/Base
System Environment/Daemons
System Environment/Kernel
System Environment/Libraries
System Environment/Shells
System Environment/System
System/Boot
System/Logging
Text Editors/Integrated Development Environments (IDE)
Text Processing/Markup/XML
User Interface/Desktops
User Interface/X
User Interface/X Hardware Support
Utilities
Utilities/System


I am trying to figure out where to stick various packages like:
Snort, php-base, arpd, honeyd, barnyard  
Is it

Internet/Security
Security/Internet
Applications/Internet

-- 
Stephen J Smoogen.
CSIRT/Linux System Administrator


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