It seems to want to do that with me, every time I have a package
conflict, or do an apt-get dist-upgrade, it lists all RedHat's packages
to be installed.
I wouldn't mind as such, but the Ximian stuff is quite funky. (Although
the RedHat 7.2 Start-Here part of Nautilus is quite neat....)
On that note, anyone seen any rpms for the Gnome 2 alpha yet?
On Tue, 2002-01-22 at 11:49, Glen Gray wrote:
> How would this affect using Ximian-GNOME. I imagine that apt would see
> that the rpms differed from the RedHat rpms, back out the Ximian ones
> and reinstall the RedHat ones ???
>> Unless there is a Ximian RPM apt repository ? Can you make an ftp mirror
> a repository easily ?
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