Package pruning for FC4 and beyond - COMPLETE LIST

Paul A. Houle ph18 at
Mon Feb 28 14:01:31 UTC 2005

On Sun, 27 Feb 2005 20:25:36 +0000, Michael A. Peters <mpeters at>  

> On 02/26/2005 09:39:08 AM, Matthew Miller wrote:
>> Although, since sudo isn't configured by default or used by anything,
>> it's
>> possible *that's* a candidate.
> I wouldn't cry if sudo disapeared.
> What I use it for could be done with the other solutions as well, and  
> may even be better done with the other solutions.

	We use sudo extensively on every unix system we have.  If you've got more  
than one person doing sysadmining on a machine,  it's essential.

	If I wanted to spend time tracking down and installing all the basic  
things I need to make a system where I can be productive,  I'd install  
Solaris,  not Linux.

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