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On 10/11/2011 12:13 AM, JD wrote:
> Preupgrade is not a single operation solution. The
> user is expected to know several complex operations
> and execute them in right order.
Nonsense. It is a point and click gui.
> A yum upgrade script would be a single point solution
> that a user could run. If problems, then user could report
> the results, along with a log file that a script could leave
> behind. That is a very desirable solution for all non-techies
> and newbs.
I still cannot see you explaining what exactly is the problem a script
is supposed to solve. Unless you have a good problem statement, you
have zero scope of a solution.
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