Why do some Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 RPMs have .fc6 in their name?

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Release found: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5


An RPM's spec file contains a place for an optional distribution tag. This tag is used so that a single spec file can build a package for multiple distributions, because sometimes a package's dependencies will be different from one distribution to another.

For Fedora Core 6, the distribution tag is ...

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