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Cool! Yumex is pretty nice. Thanks for the info. The "install" ability
to read what's available is a well needed feature that is easier that
the command line version.
> For me, the upgrade has been a bit of a tossup. For me the big win with 
> FC4 has been "yumex", the gui front end for yum. Nice interface, and seems 
> fairly stable in my usage. The plug-n-play capabilities are also 
> improving with FC4. The downside of FC4 for me has been a feeling 
> of less stability in an office/desktop type deployment.
> YMMV of course.
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