On Fri, 3 Sep 2004, Michele Neylon :: Blacknight Solutions wrote:
> It's package management runs rings around rpm
Hmm, I dont see how dpkg is any better than rpm.
apt though is excellent, and something I thank debian for everytime I
use the rpm-backend supporting version of it on my Fedora boxes. ;)
> and the releases are usually as stable if not more so than those
> provided by RH.
Well, if you only release every 10 years or so, then sure.
The downside to this is that if you want more up to date, you need to
use debian unstable, which is, over time, *far* more unstable than RH
> RedHat's errata in many cases can be considerably slower than that
> provided by other distros.
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