> the guts of package management.  However, PackageKit is neither
> unreliable nor barely communicating in my experience, and I use it
> most of the time in Fedora.  Yum also has bits that allow it to
> communicate with PackageKit when run on the command line.  This system
> works quite well.

This one doesn't. Several times it has told me graphically about updates
and then spewed nonsense errors when told to apply them. Running yum
always works. Not figured out why but there is a real bug somewhere.

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