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F10 "catalog installer"??

	My main menu, under System Tools, offers something called a 
catalog installer. If I click it, I get an error popup telling me I have 
to specify. 

	I stuck it briefly onto the panel, so as to be able to right-
click it and look at the Properties. Those tell me the command it 
launches is

/usr/bin/gpk-install-catalog %F

	What kind of cockamamie half-formed app is this? What is it 
supposed to catalog? What I have -- in some way? What I could get -- in 
some way? Is it actually related to the "gpk" it contains, or is that 
just a way to get it?

	And above all, what is supposed to go in place of that "%F" -- 
and how do we find such things?

	If there is some way to get a better overview of software, either 
on the machine or available, I'm all for it -- the one in gpk started out 
bad, and has only gotten worse. Sheesh.

Beartooth Staffwright, PhD, Neo-Redneck Linux Convert
Remember I know precious little of what I am talking about.

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