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Testing?



I've been using "testing" on my yum.conf for a FC1 system. 

So far, everything has worked fine, AFAIK. And, it's the "AFAIK" that's the 
kicker. 

See, the system doesn't do much. It plays MP3s 24x7 a la mpg321 (picks songs 
at random from my considerable archives) and it backs up systems via rsync. 

It's hard for me to say anything other than "that recent glibc library 
installed OK" since I've not done anything else with it, other than see it 
appear in yum a while back. 

Does this information provide any actual value? Is there some testing harness 
availabe somewhere so I can know "yep" or "nope" package foo works or 
doesn't? 

-Ben 
-- 
"The best way to predict the future is to invent it."
- XEROX PARC slogan, circa 1978


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