Re: [1.0] Re: Redhat to Fedora - up2date/RHN

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Am Die, den 04.11.2003 schrieb Charles Gregory um 17:01:

> Thanks, but the issue is not the migration as such, but the ongoing
> mnaintenance. Under the old Red Hat Network, we could have a 'reactive'
> system, where we would be notified of critical patches/updates, and the
> 'trained monkey' would be told to run 'up2date' and everything would be
> handled automatically. The thing that is not clear from the website is
> whether there is anything resembling this mechanism in 'Fedora'. How much
> smarter must our volunteers be to handle updates? 
ximian might have the solution for you and others needing a replacement
for red hat linux (i.e. rhn)-just in case fedora won't cut it (i hope it

"[...] As to the void left by Red Hat offering Red Hat Network support
only for Enterprise Linux customers, the Red Hat moves have created a
golden opportunity for Ximian to expand its customer base. Ximian's Red
Carpet provides the same type of services as the Red Hat Network -
high-speed lines for downloads and automated updates for security and
bug fixes - for a comparable price. All Ximian needs to do to gain new
customers from those abandoned by RHN is to support Fedora, and they say
that's what they're going to do."

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