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Re: F10, VMware Server 2.0, and selinux



>> I suppose working toward a linux binary standard that would actually
>> make it possible for 3rd parties to build programs that install and run
>> as expected on different distributions is too much to ask...  As,
>> obviously, is asking for interface stability for more than a week at a
>> time so 3rd parties could specifically target the distribution's
>> nonstandard quirks in a useful way.
>
> ... I'd accept that - but there's a problem with your argument: VMWare
> already uses a rather wildly accepted binary distribution system (RPM).
> Problem is - their RPM's are poorly built...
>
> - Gilboa
>

How do you define poorly built? I don't know much about rpm's beyond
how to install and uninstall them. Can someone tell me what makes for
a poorly built rpm?
-- 
"Any fool can know. The point is to understand."

-Albert Einstein


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