Anybody used synaptic on debian to manage rpm's?
It is a graphical/x app that must run as root -- and, by default, root
cannot run x apps ;<
What is the best way to manage rpm's that are not available as deb's?
Apparently, apt can manage rpm's, to some degree. Is it simply a matter
of putting rpm lines in sources.list?
Are there advantages of using rpm's, instead of compiling from source?
What do you think?
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