[Yum] update or upgrade?
karsten at jeppesens.com
Fri Jan 23 00:08:14 UTC 2004
> and adds programs it believes the average user should have
He - that was an interesting remark. What makes yum think that you
should have a specific package?
I mean - it is all requires and provides. I would think any run would
result in a global hunt for unsatisfied requires?
Or am I wrong?
Can the repository mark certain packages as being "should have"?
On Jan 22, 2004, at 15:59, Paul Lankow wrote:
> UPDATE - Updates programs you have installed.
> UPGRADE - In addition to an UPDATE it removes old programs, installs
> replacements and adds programs it believes the average user should
>> I read the man pages, but......
>> What exactly is the difference between update (without parameters)
>> They do load a different set of packages.
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