[Fedora-electronic-lab-list] fel10 or f10 or sl5.4

g geleem at bellsouth.net
Mon Feb 16 03:35:19 UTC 2009

Chitlesh GOORAH wrote:

> So if you have fedora 10, you just yum install any FEL applications you want.

are fel apps repos list in with f10 install default repos list, or do i need
to add them to list?

> Work is being done to embrace other Enterprise class distributions
> such as Centos and RHEL via the EPEL 5 repository.
> http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/EPEL

after a quick scanning and searching scientific linux site, i did not find
reference to fel.

because i previously had epel 5 page bookmarked, this may be where my thinking
about connection to sl was coming from.

> Some FEL applications such as gEDA/gaf, perl-verilog modules are
> already available on EL-5 repository. The updates on that repository
> is rare compared to that of F10 updates.

[reasoning for above question]

> However I have no idea if EPEL is compatible with ScientificLinux5.

i will be finding out. and this brings another question.

are fel-5 libs dependent on kde-4 or independent?

fel & epel & rhel = too many 'el'.
if ever a change, i vote fedl = fedora electronic design lab

i thank you for your reply.

peace out.



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