Fedora Daily Package

Chris Tyler just announced a blog for a daily review of Fedora packages from the default repositories. Some sort like Debian package of the day


Site URL: http://dailypackage.fedorabook.com

The Fedora Daily Package is an unofficial daily guide to some of the
interesting and useful packages in Fedora which installed by default. A
new package is featured each Weekday according to daily themes, except
for Wednesday, when the site features an in-depth look at a Fedora
packaging or configuration detail.

This is a fun and easy way to learn about new packages that you may have
never heard about! The Fedora daily Package is at
http://dailypackage.fedorabook.com (Atom and RSS feeds are available).

Chris Tyler

One interesting post I saw on the site is the RPM rollback capability. RPM can repackage the files installed in the computer into a .rpm file - with the new configs etc intact. Now, thats something new to me. I had never known that RPM can do such thing.

Read more here
Wednesday Why: Repackaging and Rollbacks


王同 said…
It seems the author pick more gui than command line interface. But I still like it, thanks. I think its time for linux.byexamples.com to have more pictures as well :P
Unknown said…
yup2 .. more pictures from LBE!!! .. hehe ..

Popular posts from this blog

Announcing PlatoCDP, a Plone distribution for enterprises.

Adding simple popup to Plone frontpage

An Open Letter for the Rector of PETRONAS University of Technology