On 4/7/07, Kevin Kofler <[email protected]> wrote:
Kam Leo <kam.leo <at> gmail.com> writes: > > apt-rpm actually supports yum repomd repositories now. If you look closer > > at the default sources.list.d entries, you'll notice that they're all > > repomd repositories. You just have to add a line to sources.list or to a > > new file in sources.list.d for planetccrma to get it to work with current > > apt-rpm. > > Get a head start by installing from Extras fedora-package-config-apt or That's actually what I mean by "the default sources.list.d entries". But these only have entries for the Fedora repositories (and even there, the master server, not the mirrors you should use), not third-party repositories, obviously.
You have to admit the packagers are even handed. There are no favorites. Yum mirrors also get the same treatment. By the way, being geographically close does not a fast or reliable mirror make. Been there with the mirrorslist.