[Gllug] Yum or apt4rpm?

Bruce Richardson itsbruce at uklinux.net
Fri Feb 20 15:25:11 UTC 2004

On Fri, Feb 20, 2004 at 03:14:53PM +0000, Daniel wrote:
> Well, Yum comes with Fedora and is used by most RH developers so its had
> a hell of a lot more testing & usage than apt+fedora will have had. So
> if its reliability you're after yum seems the way to go. I've no idea about
> the technical / design merits of each of solution though

Apt is a more mature and comprehensive application suite and there are
apt repositories for Fedora.  That said, Yum is evolving at a fair rate.

The man to ask for definitive answers is Paul Nasrat, who is actively
involved with these and related projects.  He's on the list but busy.


Those who cast the votes decide nothing.  Those who count the
votes decide everything. -- Joseph Stalin
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