dnf versus yum

Reindl Harald h.reindl at thelounge.net
Thu Jan 2 20:21:39 UTC 2014

can we *please* agree that discussions @devel are
*technical* without noise (smalltalk and joke-posts)

Am 02.01.2014 21:18, schrieb poma:
> On 02.01.2014 20:25, Dan Mashal wrote:
>> I don't understand what the learning curve is? It works exactly the
>> same as yum. Typing 'dnf' instead of 'yum' is a learning curve?
> Really?
>> I'm confused.
> Of course.
> You write as if you never even tried it. :)

Am 02.01.2014 21:15, schrieb poma:> On 02.01.2014 20:36, Steve Clark wrote:
>> Also at least yum stood for something - Yellowdog Updater, Modified - as opposed to being some
>> nonsensical conglomeration of letters. The only thing I am aware of that dnf means is "did not finish".
> Did Not Finish
> Do Not Forget
> Does Not Follow
> Data Not Found
> Did Not Find
> Does Not Function
> Do Not Freeze
> Do Not Fix
> Do Not Fax
> Do Not Forward

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