I want to have some apt / debian support in Fedora 18. I know how to use yum, and I like it. But not all packages / repositories are available for it. So, I wanna install apt (apt-get) to my Fedora.
But I don't know whether yum integrates well with it or not. If I had the two package managers installed, would my system be messed?
PS. I always try to use Fedora / rpm software, but I think it would be much easier to work if I had the two package managers.
Update - Conclusion
My conclusion is: try to stick and use yum, it is more distro friendly and better integrated. If you ever need a package that is not listed in your custom repos (or in the official ones), try to download it and compile it from source. It is better than try to port deb packages to rpm (at least for now).