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Author darwinscusp
Full name Drew Myers
Date 2005-04-18 14:31:09 PDT
Message * Jos Vos (jos at xos dot nl) wrote:
> > On Mon, Apr 18, 2005 at 02:14:35PM -0700, Josh wrote:
> > So my "up2date" (Current) machine will hold the
> > license. I had installed ALL packages apon installing
> > ES4 so each time I run up2date I download and archive
> > all the available packages for update. Since this
> > machine will hold all the updated packages for ES4 I'm
> > looking for a way for Current to provide these
> > packages to the remaining 11 ES4 machines.
> You're definitely violating their license agreement then.

I have a similar setup, except I have valid subscriptions for all my
linux boxes (numbering 20 or so). However, I too, would like to have
one system download all the updates via RHN, then distribute them via
current to the remaining machines on the network. This way, only one
hole through the firewall is required, and I can choose which machines
to update with which software, as I see fit (development boxes
immediately, production boxes after a "burn in" period).

Any suggestions?


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