[Off-list] Re: [CentOS] Updates not catching up ?
mbneto at gmail.com
Wed Oct 12 18:54:00 UTC 2005
Thanks for the reply.
That was my first post to the list and sorry if my next comments seem
too hard but...
My idea to move from fedora to centos was trying to get a stable
distribution that I can afford with long term plans for support.
Fedora works fine for me but it's focus on bleeding edge tends to
leave "old" (1 year-old) releases without "strong" support. They have
the legacy but even that stop a while.
On the other hand wait a week for a security update come from rh to
centos seems too much.
Some may argue that I can always grab the src myself and
compile/install but that is not the point here.
Is there anything I can do to help ?
On 10/12/05, Bryan J. Smith <b.j.smith at ieee.org> wrote:
> mbneto <mbneto at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have downloaded and installed centos 4.1 from DVD and I a
> > little confused with the update procedure.
> You can be certain that Johnny is too busy to respond, as
> he's trying to get CentOS 4.2 out with the dozens of updates
> that came after even it.
> Within 72 hours is typical when it's a few packages. RHEL 4
> Update 2 will result in a CentOS 4.2 update that requires
> around 100 or so. ;->
> -- Bryan
> P.S. Now if "Mr. K" would stop banning people he doesn't
> like (rather obviously with clear lack of objectivity) and
> help good people like Johnny, that would be nice. ;->
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