Plugger?

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	A friend who has found something I'd like to look at in the US 
Patent Office says that http://fredrik.hubbe.net/plugger.html seems to be 
recommended to linux users by that Office. The friend runs M$, alas!, and 
is only passing on info.

	It seems not to be available for Fedora/yum, unless I'm missing a 
repo; there is an rpm at rpmfind.net, but I didn't find any at freshrpms 
nor rpmforge.

	Does anyone have any experience with it under F8 a/o F9?? The 
hubbe site seems to be running F3, for what that's worth ...

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