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Old 08-25-2003, 11:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Any of you fellow Linux users out there mess with urpmi?

I just installed Mandrake 9.1 (nice by the way) and I am a little curious about this.

Yes, I have been to several how-to sites and all that, reading, but I want to know what other users that I know think, if they are using it. (Ecniv, gentoo right? Shan, what do you use? Paradox, what do you use?)
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nah i don't use Linux, one of my friends does (well did) and it screwed up his computer (resized the partition)
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Hmm.. I've never used urpmi actually.. I'm only running RedHat 9 on my laptop (for school) and Slackware 9 on my server, so I haven't played with Mandrake in a long time.. maybe when I've got some spare time I'll have a look.
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