I’ve been a long time reader of arstechnica, and really dig their technology reviews. I just came across their Ars takes a first look under the hood of Fedora 12 article, and was stoked when I read the following:
“PackageKit, the package management framework, has also received some intriguing enhancements in Fedora 12. A new customization for the bash shell will detect when the user attempts to run a command from a package that is not installed and will offer to automatically install the package. This is not fully integrated yet, but users who want to test it can install the Packagekit-command-not-found package.”
I am rather stoked that the Fedora developers decided to implement this! Killer job arstechnica on the article, and my sincere thanks goes out to the Fedora developers for implementing this!