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RE: easiest way to keep a Redhat 9 box
From: "Raoul Armfield" <armfield () amnh org>
Date: Mon, 3 Nov 2003 11:50:31 -0500

If you go to freshrpms.net you can download the apt-* rpms and give RH
the same Apt functionality you have come to learn and love.

Raoul 

:-----Original Message-----
:From: caldcv () students fccj org [mailto:caldcv () students fccj org] 
:Sent: Thursday, October 30, 2003 5:32 PM
:To: security-basics () securityfocus com
:Subject: easiest way to keep a Redhat 9 box
:
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:
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:Hi,
:
:  I just installed Redhat 9, and I'm some-what used to using 
:Debian and its wonderful apt-get command, however I noticed 
:Redhat lacked such a capability. However, they had the RHN 
:(Redhat Network) option which costs money.
: 
: Is there a third-party piece of software that auto-updates a 
:Redhat box?
:
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Forum Systems PRESIDIO: PGP / XML GATEWAY APPLIANCE
The Presidio integrates PGP data encryption and XML Web Services security to
simplify the management and deployment of PGP and reduce overall PGP costs
by up to 80%.
FREE WHITEPAPER & 30 Day Trial -
http://www.securityfocus.com/sponsor/ForumSystems_security-basics_031027
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