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Description of problem:
Most Red Hat configuration tools have been renamed from redhat-config-* to system-config-* (the executables, not the packages themselves).
Some tools have been left behind. For example the executables for the redhat-config-proc package are still called redhat-config-proc instead of system-config-proc.
This is annoying when using shell completion to find a system configuration tool.
See also similar bug report for Fedora and another Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 package:
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.rpm -ql redhat-config-proc
Actual Results: [...]
Expected Results: [...]
there is no system-config-proc for RHEL4
Ah yes, you're right.
Then it's an upgrade bug. I've just upgraded from RHEL ES 3 to RHEL ES 4 and the
package is still there:
# rpm -q redhat-config-proc