Chris Ricker wrote: > ... > At any rate, this on one level at least seems like a bad idea to me. One of > the nice things about managing Linux (versus other Unixen) is that on most > major Linux distros patch management and software management are the same > thing -- patches are just new versions of existing packages, and you > install, track, etc. the way you do any packages. That's better than the > usual "one set of tools to manage packages, another to manage bugfixes to > packages".... The patch.rpm's seem a bit of a step backwards, at least in > that respect. Hear, hear! Anyone who complains about RPM dependency hell has obviously never needed to deal with HP-UX Software Distributor patch bundle hell. :-) -- Paul http://paulgear.webhop.net A: Because we read from top to bottom, left to right. Q: Why should i start my email reply *below* the quoted text?
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