On Wednesday 06 February 2002 18:25, Declan Moriarty wrote:
> Try the Chinese big 5 fonts with Mandrake. Use drakfont to open them. Ditto
> for ISO 10646 fonts on Mandrake 8.0, may be fixed in 8.1.
Fair enough. Maybe when I learn Chinese I'll start worrying about
> I'll give them that much. What they have done is lumber you with so many of
> them - rpmdrake, Update Manager, Linuxconf, kpackage, gnomerpm, all doing
> more or less the same thing - adding options to an 'rpm' command.
That's a good point - not to mention the fact that urpmi is slightly broken
and the Update Manager won't work through a proxy...
> There is always hope at the beta and RC stages. Then someone pulls the rug,
> they drop what doesn't work (e.g. reiserfs, supermount) and release it. I
> sat on a crashtester's list for a year with them.
I'm optimistic though. I've tried Redhat and SuSE, and I'm not going back :)
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