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Re: redhat patch problem?
From: Sebastian Berm (bugtraqsebsoft.nl)
Date: Fri Sep 03 2004 - 04:33:37 CDT
What i wonder about a bit is; what about users still running these older RH
versions, but are unable to update.
At the moment I've got a few servers in a datacentre that still run RH 8.0,
there is a new RH 9.0 server here, but that's supposed to be for backup
purposes. What I do know is that upgrading to 9.0 will break my control
panel, so I'm stuck with 8.0 on this server.
I would really would like to see the fedoralegacy project to start
supporting RH 8.0 again, as there are still more than enough users still
If there is another solution for this, it would be great to know it.
I'm currently (inactively) working on an project that uses the support files
of the Fedoralegacy project, so it would really be a shame to loose that,
and to have to start over again...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Monty Ree" <chulmin2hotmail.com>
Sent: Wednesday, September 01, 2004 11:21 AM
Subject: redhat patch problem?
> Hello, all.
> As you know, Redhat 9.0 and below patch is ended at April 30, 2004.
> But I think that I have no problem because of fedoralegacy
> But, I guess that fedoralegacy doesn't any patch any more after
> So is there any other method or any project which can maintain patch of
> redhat series?
> Thanks in advance.