On Feb 9, 2008 1:52 AM, Rahul Sundaram <sundaram(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
Valent Turkovic wrote:
> can you please tell me if yum-presto plugin will be installed by default
> on fedora 9 live cd?
Unlikely since there are no official mirrors hosting delta rpm packages.
This is the email I sent to opensuse packaging mailing list:
let me first introduce myself. I'm a Fedora contributor and Fedora
Ambassador for Croatia, but I'm not directly part od Fedora board or
Still I would like to ask you for assistance in one matter that you
have more experience dealing that Fedora - and that is deltarpm.
Fedora 9 features list has Presto on it - it is a yum plugin that
handles deltarpms during updates.
Currently the deltarpm integration is stuck because the infrastructure
team is stuck in its implementation.
Is there some way in which you can help with your longer experience
with handling deltarpm files so that this greatly needed feature comes
on by default in Fedora 9?
Is there some other list that is more specialized on this sort of
topics that I would be better of trying elsewere?
Valent from Croatia.
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