I tried to install ntop on a firewall (minimal F9 install, tuned via
Once upon a time, Patrice Dumas <pertusus free fr
> Fedora is not in a bad state with respect to fine grained dependencies
> (it was quite bad back, at least up to FC4), mostly
> * thanks to olpc,
> * to maintainers who reported these issues,
> * because there is always some space needed on the live disc
> * thanks to split to some -libs because of multilib issues.
> Unless it has been solved, there was still an issue with metacity (and
> maybe gnome) and themes interdependencies. Also there are still
> monolithic big beasts like texlive, but I am not sure that it is
> that desirable to fix those.