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Search engine powered by Open Source POWER Availability Tool (OSPAT)

Whether you’re looking for a specific open source package that runs on the POWER architecture (ppc64le) or you’re just interested in what’s available on the platform, enter a package name in the search field below, select a Linux distribution, and let OSPAT do the hard work for you. The search engine crawls various repositories and returns package name and version, Linux distribution and version, and links to the source code, Docker container, and build instructions, if they’re available.

Search all distributions or any combination of the following: Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), Ubuntu, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES), Fedora, or CentOS.

Search tips

If your search doesn’t yield results, try some of these tips to help you find what you’re looking for:

  • Read the FAQ for search tips and general information about working with OSPAT
  • For open source packages, try searching the package web site or community repositories such as:
  • For IBM product information, try the IBM Software Product Compatibility Reports (SPCR) page
  • For ISV applications or enterprise support for open source packages, check the support matrix and release notes on the ISV web site and/or engage the ISV directly

If you still don’t find the open source package you’re looking for or you need assistance porting to the POWER platform, request help from the IBM open source ecosystem team.