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Old 06-06-2005, 05:08 AM   #1
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fedora core package manager

Hi... i am new to the fedora and i want to know what is the default frontend package manager.... I need sth like suse's yast....Any good link?
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Fedora Core uses up2date by default but comes with apt and yum. Like yast, yum has a graphical interface called yumex(tender) but you have to download and install it (unless it is standard with FC4 - June 13 - ...)

Read the fedora faq : (I think <checks> yup - it is.)

At 935 posts, you've been around long enough to write a better subject line and stick some sort of distro in your profile

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