Found a little bug in one of the docs.. probably not so important but the people at
http://www.redhatisnotlinux.org/ doesn't like it. :
in doc: Software-Release-Practice-HOWTO-6.html section 6.4
there is a line that says:
The de-facto standard format for installable binary packages is that used by the Red Hat Package manager, RPM. It's featured in the most popular Linux distribution, and supported by effectively all other Linux distributions (except Debian and Slackware; and Debian can install from RPMs).
RPM stands for : RPM Package Manager << recursive
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