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doesn't we have opkg as a lightweigt packed manager?
 
doesn't we have opkg as a lightweigt packed manager?
isn't leigweigt mostly the same as memory efficient and fast?
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isn't ligtweigt mostly the same as memory efficient and fast?
 
why should we develop a new, instead of optimizing the
 
why should we develop a new, instead of optimizing the
 
opkg one? what did you think to do better than the opkg people?
 
opkg one? what did you think to do better than the opkg people?
 
what are the goals that seperates npkg from opkg?
 
what are the goals that seperates npkg from opkg?
 
--[[User:Carcinoma|Carcinoma]] 06:02, 27 July 2009 (UTC)
 
--[[User:Carcinoma|Carcinoma]] 06:02, 27 July 2009 (UTC)

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doesn't we have opkg as a lightweigt packed manager? isn't ligtweigt mostly the same as memory efficient and fast? why should we develop a new, instead of optimizing the opkg one? what did you think to do better than the opkg people? what are the goals that seperates npkg from opkg? --Carcinoma 06:02, 27 July 2009 (UTC)

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doesn't we have opkg as a lightweigt packed manager? isn't ligtweigt mostly the same as memory efficient and fast? why should we develop a new, instead of optimizing the opkg one? what did you think to do better than the opkg people? what are the goals that seperates npkg from opkg? --Carcinoma 06:02, 27 July 2009 (UTC)