On Fri, 16 Mar 2001, Colm Buckley wrote:
[snip more informative debian stuff ]
> Once this is done, then you can simply ssh out an "apt-get update;
> apt-get upgrade" to all your workstations, and everything will be
> upgraded automatically to the newest versions.
or even run it from cron at night with apt on the workstations
configured to only use a central server as their source. so you test
out the packages first, then put them on the central server and
uhmmmm... where does i gets me one of thar new fangled debian things?
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