I think you meant to say "UBOs" there... if Mesa didn't support VBOs properly we'd be having one hell of a problem lol.
Originally Posted by Ericg
I am interested in that. If Fedora has to write a separate update program, but Debian updates just fine with apt-get (at least I had never any problems with any of my Debian systems), how can there be no substantial difference? I am curious, what is it exactly that prevents an upgrade using yum from being successful?
Originally Posted by liam
Even if that was the case, the argument here was that using an old distribution and replacing the whole OS core with components from an unofficial PPA was somehow better than simply using the latest distro release.
Originally Posted by chrisb
The Dolphin Emu team should just suggest to use the latest release instead of bitch about itů
Yes, I did mean UBO's. not sure why I was thinking V instead of U, but thanks for the catch.
Originally Posted by Ancurio
It's not specific to yum but to the correctness (or rather the problems) or updating a system in place. It can work, but it can also fail...badly. With snapshots this is mitigated, but that isn't a general solution.
Originally Posted by Vim_User
Originally Posted by Drago