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Acknowledgements and Disclaimer

The author would like to thank the members of the yum mailing list, especially Seth Vidal and Michael Stenner for creating yum, Russ Herrold for taking a first stab and some of its documentation and Jonathan Pickard (co-author of the nascent Yum HOWTO). The good stuff in yum is due to their hard work, the errors in this article are my own.

The trademarks mentioned in this article belong to their owners, the opinions stated are those of the author, the ``facts'' presented in this article are open to question and may in fact be incorrect. What do I know, after all? Use at your own risk.

Robert G. Brown 2003-12-17