On Thu, 2004-09-02 at 22:13 +0100, Kevin Brennan wrote:
> I currently have some web servers running RHES 3.0, the host company I use
> include this as standard. The auto updates I find realy usefull as it saves
> time monitoring mailing lists, applying patches manually etc. I am currently
> planning deployment of a number of servers in our own rackspace and would
> like to have the ease of management that RH up2date gives.
>> Since RHES 3 is the only distribution I've used in this environment where
> updates, stability and security are important, I'd like to know what other
> alternatives are out there.? The free'er the better.
> Br /Kev/
RHE clones such as:
all come with yum which is a rather demented but functional equivalent
of up2date - plus it is free
Mr Michele Neylon
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