I used apt-rpm on my previous installation of FC1, or it might have been
RH9, I don't recall now. Apt stopped working completely after I added a
few 3rd-party repositories in.
It updated with a new version of Apt which installed new sources or
dependencies or something and it barfed every time I tried to update or
upgrade saying the glibc and other rpms were out of date, or something.
All very scientific here of course :)
Conor Wynne wrote:
> Likely because they are using _both_ yum and apt.
> I read _somewhere_ that using both causes rpm db probs.
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