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Re: [K12OSN] more K12LTSP 3.0 testing -- K12OS has apt-get!?!?!?!?

Apt has been available for Redhat for a while now.  Note that you can't
specify a Debian mirror and do an apt-get on a redhat box and expect
it to work.  You'll need to be using an 'aptified' redhat mirror.

My local LUG has 'aptified' their local Redhat mirror.  www.mn-linux.org
Their mailing list archive has information on using it.  I'm sure you can
find other mirrors that have done the same thing.


On Mon, 2 Dec 2002, Utsav Pardasani wrote:

> >In addition to the font changes, I've also included Mozilla 1.2, a newer
> >version of apt, and synaptic (a gui frontend to apt). Note that Mozilla
> >1.2 is known to be broken, I'll update it to v1.2.1 when it is released.
> Does that mean what I think it does??
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