On Mon, Mar 15, 2004 at 09:09:08AM +0000, Niall O Broin wrote:
| On Monday 15 March 2004, madballs64 at gmx.net (Frank Murphy) wrote:
| >Can rsynce be used instead of up2date in Fedora Core 1 (to keep system
| >which for some reason (since the usb adsl modem was installed) is playing
| >silly buggar.
| rsync is an entirely different tool than up2date, and couldn't be used to
| substitute for it (yes, you could construct pathalogical cases where you used
| up2date on one box, and rsync to keep other identical boxes in sync, but why
| on earth would you ?)
I suspect he wants to keep an up to date copy of the released update RPMs
locally and update from that.
Would that work? I don't know. Possibly if used with something like autorpm.
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