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There was a question bubbling in my mind....since I have tried SUSE 10....after dropping Fedora..! can we INTEGRATE >> YAST2 with Fedora Core 4 If yes please tell me how...I ...
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- 02-26-2006 #1
can we INTEGRATE >> YAST2 with Fedora Core 4
If yes please tell me how...I love to have a control center for Fedora...coz it's a CRAP without anything...I came to know about half the apps in SUSE 10....like
I mean the whole list is out there...! I tried to install banshee wasting my whole day... just to find out that some stupid pango library is missing...damn man.. that's bad..!
I mean isn't there a way in which I can install something...without a dependency buzz..!
I love linux for all the reason except for that....the installers are too weak...! they aren't powerfull enough to download and install the respected binaries/libraries or whatever it may be..!
Here's a case study...done by me...I took into considerations few things....
I love FC4 for :: >> It's performance....StartUP time... simplicity..! >> and the ability to mount CD-ROMS/USB devices.... OUTSTANDING I hate FC4 for :: >> It's bad installer, less packages.... >> no NTFS support pre-built. >> no compatible drivers for sound ...[I can't live without sound] I am not able to control the volume....no matter whatever I do..! I love SUSE 10 for :: >> More packages....more drivers... >> sound works gr8, banshee and amarok already ....it's gr8 to hear sound... >> and NTFS pre-built. YAST 2....it's awesome...! I hate SUSE 10 for :: >> I had a problem configuring my N/w it was greek...lang. for me in YAST2, >> no detection and mounting of CD-ROMS and USB's, incompatible drivers. whatever I do I had to go and access through /media/cdrom......or...... /media/usbdisk. >> LOW performance than Fedora Core...4, it is loaded with steroids. :D
- 02-26-2006 #2
In Fedora, try as root:Code:
yum install <app name>
Check out the Fedora FAQ: http://www.fedorafaq.org/
Fedora does in fact have weaker than average configuration programs but for some, configuration programs aren't needed (like me for example).
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- 02-26-2006 #3
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Try yumex. It´s a GUI for yum.
yum install yumex
- 02-27-2006 #4
So it seems everyone is using Fedora here....gr8...
BUT can someone help me in SUSE 10...? I mean about the auto detection and auto-mount features for CD/DVD's and USB Devices..!
I was also talking about how can I have the vim features of FC4 in SUSE 10... I mean the syntax highlighting is not there...!
so... I will be waiting for your response guys..!