Re: Upgrading KDE and it's dependencies
On Wednesday 06 July 2005 08:54 am, Derek Broughton wrote:
> I've concluded that apt-get (much as I've loved it for years) is obsolete.
> Aptitude from the command line is better - yet command compatible. It's
> definitely going to screw things up, though, if you're using both.
Joy. OK, sell me on using aptitude exclusively. I've been using apt-get for
2 years on this system and it's worked well enough for me. I don't like
aptitude's GUI, so I'll be using it on the command line either way. Why
should I use aptitude, and what brakes if I "mix and match"?
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