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Re: Someone's missing the point...



On Thu, 11 Aug 2005, Marc Wiriadisastra wrote:

> Do you feel that yum is ready to work as fast or regarding dependancies
> ready to handle a one-cd situation?  I've used both yum and apt and it
> seems that apt with rpms is still more efficient in processing the data
> required.  Maybe thats just me I'm not sure.
>
> I personally believe a 1 cd install is a must since most people always
> complain of the 'bloatedness' of Fedora.  They always point to ubuntu as
> say thats what it needs to be like fast and efficient.
>
> I can see their point if they are a desktop user however I don't see
> their point if they want to setup a server.  I personally always
> download the dvd's for the pure sake that its one cd and its got
> everything I personally need on it.

Well, a "desktop" should easily fit on a single CD, and yes,
that's really what we want.  BTW, I've been always wondering:  do
all these people that like single CDs have broadband to download
hundreds of megs of extra stuff?  Or they do not anything that is
not on the CD?


> Regards,
>
>
> Marc

--behdad
http://behdad.org/


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