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Mon Jun 28 16:32:25 UTC 2004
Jason Aeschilman said:
> Robert Shepard wrote:
>> I just installed fedora core 2 this weekend, and I was wondering:
>> What are the differences between apt, yum, and up2date? I had been
>> running Mandrake, and it seems that urpmi did all of the functions of
>> these 3 applications, although I may be mistaken about their usage.
> I don't think there are a lot of differences. apt and yum basically do
> the same thing. up2date uses yum to download and update the system.
up2date doesn't use yum. up2date has the ability to use yum _repos_, just like up2date has the ability to use apt _repos_. It uses neither apt or yum, though, it is self contained.
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