__/ [ Brad ] on Thursday 25 May 2006 02:48 \__
> On Wed, 24 May 2006 18:03:53 -0700, Rex Ballard wrote:
>> Sounds quite a bit like Linspire.
>> It's worked pretty well as a business model for them.
> I don't know about Linspire. I do know that I upgraded kde to 3.5.2
> using Kiosk in 1 click! Awesome. Just flippin awesome.
It can be a similar deal with other package managers. I understand that SuSE
10.1 has got Zen, which is somewhat of a unification, a best of both worlds
-- synaptic (apt-get) and YaST2. I know nothing from a practical perspective
about Yum, but JRE applications that come as a single compressed file are
splendid too. They remind me of Mac OS X installations. A drag-and-drop
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