pretty up2date vs reliable yum?
dalen at czexan.net
Tue Jan 25 17:32:12 UTC 2005
Tim Alberts wrote:
> If yum is so much better that the experts just go to it, why is up2date
> the program on the start bar? Why isn't yum given the nice icon on the
> start bar by default?
I would guess that up2date is on the start bar instead of a graphical
yum for 2 basic reasons. 1) up2date has been developed and used by
Redhat historically and 2) yum doesn't have a mature enough gui yet.
Perhaps this will change over time. FC4 is right around the corner.
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