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View Poll Results: What is the best method for package management?
Source (manual compile from source code) 1 3.45%
Automated source (ports, srpm, pkgsrc, portage, openpkg) 21 72.41%
precompiled binaries (rpm, deb, *bsd packages, pbi) 7 24.14%
Live/temp precompiled binaries (klik, zero install, etc) 0 0%
Other (please state) 0 0%
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Old 16th June 2008
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Default best package management method

This is for your idea of the best package management methods not the best package management program, that will be another thread ;-)


I've split the poll into the different methods I know of and put common examples in paren's in case anyone doesn't get the idea.
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