[ardour-users] CCRMA vs. AGNULA

Jason Russler jasonrussler at msn.com
Tue Apr 5 09:45:01 PDT 2005

Hi all,
Just to clarify, I think it's time to mention that apt is a methodology for 
resolving the dependencies of packages (usually dpkg but it has been fitted 
for rpm as well).  It is not a package format - like rpm or dpkg.   I keep 
hearing comparisons between rpm and apt and they are not analogous - dpkg 
and rpm are - sort of.   Almost everyone knows this, but it can confuse 
people who are learning, otherwise I wouldn't bother mentioning it.

>From: Paul Davis <paul at linuxaudiosystems.com>
>To: ulrich steffens <ulrich at barfuss-jerusalem.org>
>CC: ardour-users-ardour.org at lists.ardour.org
>Subject: Re: [ardour-users] CCRMA vs. AGNULA
>Date: Tue, 05 Apr 2005 12:14:40 -0400
> >and while i never tried ccrma or agnula i personally would tend to
> >agnula in favour of APT to RPM. i also found debian much 'lighter' than
>CCRMA uses apt as well. apt4rpm has existed for several years, and is
>very very nice to use.
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