Is `.deb' still better than `.rpm'?
Just curious: Are there still advantages to the Debian package
management system over the RPM system?
I originally went with Debian because of the better package system
(and because I like the idea of Debian). I know someone that is
thinking of getting Redhat 4.0. I told him my reason for using Debian
(though I believe that Redhat is a good product), but I wonder if my
reason is still true.
By extension, if `.rpm' becomes superior to `.deb', will Debian
Thanks for any comments.
Kevin K. Lewis | My opinions may be unreasonable
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