Re: kde 3.* in sid will it ever happen?
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On Friday 13 September 2002 10:03 am, Frank Van Damme wrote:
> On Friday 13 September 2002 18:58, Nathan Waddell wrote:
> > IMNSHO, the RedHat Package Manager is far less powerful and flexible
> > than Debian's dpkg. Forcing users to go searching for RPM's that may or
> > may not have that dependency you need to compile/run an important program
> > is idiocy.
> IMELHO (In My Even Less Humble Opinion) this has nothing to do with dpkg
> vs. rpm but rather with apt vs. non-apt. Redhat doesn't support Apt
> (because they sell a service that does the same?). Debian does (duh). There
> is apt for rpm too, see Connectiva (and it also works with Mandrake afaik).
Actually, Red Hat does support apt. I used it. Nothing like seeing apt
getting blahblahxx.RPM :)
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