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A while back I added the rpmforge repository to my list to get an RPM for some software I wanted to test. Well, rpmforge came along and updated a whole mess of other things as well. I'm curious, is there some way to get rid of rpmforge AND get all the rpms it updated to go back to their CentOS count...
- 2007/04/26 19:45:44
- Forum: CentOS 4 - Security Support
- Topic: Patch Compliance
- Replies: 7
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Due to federal regulations, we have a need at work to generate patch compliance reports on RHEL and CentOS boxes. We need to be able to see a list of server and see what security related patches have been installed that have been issues by red hat. Is there a solution out there (preferably open sour...
Does CentOS ever release it's own updates, or does it always wait for the upstream vendor's source before anything is fixed? Has CentOS ever provided fixes that the upstream vendor has used?