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Wed Jun 27 21:30:53 CDT 2001
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> On Wed, Jun 27, 2001 at 08:32:30PM +0100, Paul Sladen wrote:
> > Had you been using Debian/GNU/Linux (www.debian.org) you could have typed:
> > apt-get install emacs
> apt-get is for weenies who dont want to compile and build their
> own software. Same with rpm.
No, RPM is for serious sysadmins who have $^n systems to administer, and want to keep their configs sane.
Hint: If you are not a master of the rpm -b$ syntax, you are not a credible critic of RPM.
Less_than_subtle_hint: RTFM, RPM is about a LOT more than installing packages, build a few, them critique....
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