[ros-kernel] ReactOS updata
cilcoder at yahoo.com
Fri Nov 7 00:00:54 CET 2003
I can see why Microsoft went with a website. The
website uses an ActiveX Control with some web stuff.
The website allows them to make sure the user has the
latest version of the windows update software. In that
way if they break compatibility with the service then
when the user goes to update their software they can
get the latest version.
--- Jeff Smith <beta_guy at telus.net> wrote:
> well, when I first heard of Windows update, I
> figured MS would have been
> smart enough to have a local GUI based app that grab
> a DB file from a
> specified server, and shows the user so that user
> and pick and choose, but
> they went with a website, rather disappointing...
> oh well, I hope that we
> do that for ReactOS, I find the local applications
> to be faster then save a
> HTML that is being treated as a script hehe
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Sami Petteri Niemi" <j82144 at UWasa.fi>
> To: "ReactOS Kernel List" <ros-kernel at reactos.com>
> Sent: Friday, November 07, 2003 12:17 AM
> Subject: Re: [ros-kernel] ReactOS updata
> > > > What will be the ReactOS equivalent to Windows
> update? Will there be
> > > > way to update the ReactOS system if (read:
> when) new bugfixes/updates
> > > > be available (without reinstalling the
> > >
> > > I'd suggest a apt-get sorta program, which can
> have both a console and a
> > > interface, but which can both update the OS and
> the apps
> (rosapps/mozilla/..). For
> > > those who don't know it i'd suggest to check out
> debian. Great advantage
> is that
> > > with one or two commands you can easily update
> all programs on your pc.
> > Sounds like good idea to me!
> > Maybe you should also check the emerge program.
> That is Gentoo linux
> > equivalent for apt-get. Emerge vs. apt-get
> discussions can be found in
> > Gentoo forums.
> > http://www.gentoo.org
> > http://forums.gentoo.org
> > Sami
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