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Re: A true package manager.



There is something similar to what you are describing. click the red
hat and goto System Settings -> Add/Remove Applications. I'm not sure
if it it will only look for the packages on the installation media you
used or if it goes the internet to look for the packages.

David

On Fri, 5 Nov 2004 22:30:32 -0000, Fernando Morais
<nandox7 myrealbox com> wrote:
>  
>  
> Hi everyone, 
>   
> for when is it scheduled to include a true package manager? 
> One that gives ther options to see all rpm's instaled, remove, install new
> nes, and so on... 
> In the early stages of fedora, one of the test releases, before the FC 1,
> came with a tool that does part of 
> what i said before, despite part of it's functions where disabled. But it
> never was included before. Is there a reason for that? 
>   
> Because a grafical tool to do interface with yum woulld be great, so some
> basic task could be done, like adding rpm's, removing, seeing all the rpm's
> avaiable to install, and more. 
> And it could o a litle further, merge it with up2date and create only one
> tool, that deals all the functions regarding the 
> managing of the rpm's, the detection of updates, and so on... 
>   
> Is there anything planned? 
>   
> Thank you, 
>   
> Nando 
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