[Yum] yum and multi architectures ???
R P Herrold
herrold at owlriver.com
Tue Feb 18 22:14:23 UTC 2003
On 18 Feb 2003, seth vidal wrote:
> Now is it reasonable to read that as:
> alphaev67 compat w/ alphaev6
> alphaev6 compat w/ alphaca56
> and are they therefore transitive?
not 'transitive, in the mathmatical sense -- the RHS element
is an element of a set named by the center element, having
attribute LHS element.
> is alphaev67 compat with alphaev6?
> I would say yes based on what the athlon -> i386 say.
> And if that's true can I look through this list, grab things where the
> line ends in noarch and call those the "base classes" - doing a quick
> grep of the one on my system that gets me:
> but then there is ppc and ppc64 which appear to not support noarch
> packages. Is that an endian issue?
I cannot answer authoritatively, but almost certainly this is
a typographical omission. A bugzilla may be in order to
-- Russ Herrold
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