On Wed, 22 Nov 2000, Jeff V. Merkey wrote:
> + add RedHat ism's with a --rhc (red hat compatible) -i -m (-F)
> RedHat kind of is the standard in the commercial world in the US.
Regardless of the bogus nature of this statement, boss.
GNU/OS packages are to be modified locally and a generic form that does
not have flavor or spin is what maintainers release.
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