2008/4/10 Nayyar Ahmad <nayyares(a)gmail.com>:
"Fedora finally seems to be turning into a real community project, rather
than a simple testing-ground for RHEL. The unification of Core and Extras is
the most visible sign of this change. Fedora's where it's at."
I have seen how apt-get and yum work on my machine and to me ti seams
that apt-get is not much faster than yum, maybe slightly - but I see a
major difference in speed when dep and rpm packages are installed -
and dep leaves rpm in dust! It is easily twice faster to update and
install packages on Debina based distros than on Red Hat based ones. I
believe that is not because yum is slow but because rpm packages are
slow to install and upgrade compared to deb ones.
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