[RULE] APT, YUM or URPMI on RULE, was: Mini-KDE

M. Fioretti mfioretti
Thu Jul 29 23:21:41 EEST 2004

On Thu, Jul 29, 2004 00:40:44 AM -0500, James Miller
 jamtat at mailsnare.net  wrote:

> Other than this, apt-get really does work pretty much like it does
> on a regular Debian install, though. I have run into one dependency
> hang up that apt-get -f install couldn't fix however, and I think
> it's because of the peculair way apt has been tweaked for DSL.

Yes, this is what worried me: what does it mean exactly? Can it fetch
and install standard debian packages? And would they work on a base
DSL install?


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