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Re: Apt-get equivalent in fedora

On Thu, 2005-04-28 at 16:32 +0530, Deboo Geek wrote:
> On 4/28/05, Chris Jones <jonesc hep phy cam ac uk> wrote:
> > I recommend you ditch up2date and switch to another tool such as yum or
> > apt-get (if you want guis, these are also available such as kyum for yum

> I think I'll install apt-get which I'm more familiar with.

Lots of people prefer yum for Fedora, because it's written in Python.
And there are way many more yum repositories for Fedora. However, I find
apt4rpm perfectly adequate for Fedora. 

FYI, only a few Fedora mirrors are apt-enabled. One list is available
from http://www.fedora.us/mirrorlists/

apt-get mirror-select seems to do a decent job, though if the base list
is screwy, there could be problems.

This article describes one way to incorporate apt (or yum) into up2date:


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