|Chris Hedemark on Fri, 21 Feb 2003 10:24:04 -0500|
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It looks as though the free 'demo' use of Redhat's up2date auto package
Doubtful. I think they are just focusing on their paying enterprise customers. Can't fault them for that.
Does this mean you should dump Redhat in favor of something else? No... not
I'm also a fan of apt-get for Red Hat (though if you also use up2date, don't forget to up2date -p after doing any apt-get stuff)
Though, in corporate environments where Redhat
For most upgrades, yes, I like rhn. Not for kernel upgrades, or some other things that we have had to customize. But for the most part it is really convenient and a small price to pay for corporate use.
I am wondering if MS will soon go to a pay for updates service model for their Windows Update service as well.
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