Re: Yum disaster! DELETED mysql!
From: Nat Gross (nat101l_at_gmail.com)
Date: Mon, 7 Nov 2005 15:02:18 -0500 To: For users of Fedora Core releases <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> I use smart, myself. And in smart, I can "lock" a package and make sure
> that it doesn't go anyplace. I can even see in advance what "smart" is
> going to upgrade or downgrade or remove /before/ it happens.
> No, don't /dump/ yum. But neither should you use it as your primary
> package updater. I keep it around for certain situations such as
> "repository reported unexpected size" that I've been seeing lately from
> some of the jpp repos.
I used to use (on FC2) the RH Update program, but that was well below my
Yum was wonderful - until now. (I guess it made up for being 'wonderful'.))
Is the current RH updater any good? And what is Smart? How long have you
been using it?
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