On Thursday 18 May 2006 5:36 pm, Karl Larsen wrote: > Markku Kolkka wrote: > > Karl Larsen kirjoitti viestissään (lähetysaika torstai, 18. > > > > toukokuuta 2006 21:28): > >> Well your saying that with Adobe Acrobat just do it the > >> old way. So I am on the Adobe web page and it will be down in > >> 15 minutes. It's a big program. And since this is how I used > >> to do it I will use rpm -i since I'm not upgrading anything. > > > > No, you should use rpm -Uvh to install or upgrade packages. Use > > rpm -i only when you want to install package even if there's an > > older version (e.g. for kernel packages). > > Sorry, I own a copy of Maximum RPM and it goes into details for > every control letter. There is no old copy of Adobe Acrobat here. If > there was one it would error out telling me so. It didn't. It's > installed and working. As a general rule, using `rpm -Uvh` is prefered over `rpm -ivh` for straight-up installs because of the reason described above. Why ask for advice and then debate the answer? Very curious, DP > -- > fedora-list mailing list > [email protected] > To unsubscribe: https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-list -- ====================================================== David-Paul Niner, RHCE Orange Park, Florida United States of America http://www.dpniner.name | [email protected] Registered Linux User #217494 Public key and fingerprint for GPG key 1FCE01A2: http://www.dpniner.name/files/gpg/pubkey.asc Free/Busy information published at: https://horde.dpniner.name/kronolith/fb.php?u=dpniner ====================================================== -- This message has been scanned for viruses and dangerous content by MailScanner, and is believed to be clean.