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Redhat 8 - redhat 9

Posted: 16 April 2004, 12:30
by Gnevchack
om jag vill uppgradera, måste jag bränna hela redhat 9 eller finns det någont "patch" som jag kan använda mig av

Posted: 16 April 2004, 14:06
by scorpi
Hela disten gäller

Posted: 16 April 2004, 14:09
by elwis
Har inte RH något system-update alternativ?

illa...

Posted: 18 April 2004, 10:43
by Kimmy
Redhat stödjer inte längre RH9, ta Fedora Core 1 istället, där fungerar up2date och yum... http://fedora.redhat.com/

Posted: 18 April 2004, 10:54
by scorpi
Enligt uppgifter jag fått så supportas rh9 och uppåt

Posted: 18 April 2004, 11:05
by Kimmy
scorpi wrote:Enligt uppgifter jag fått så supportas rh9 och uppåt
RH9-supporten upphör nu i slutet av April... Fick ett sånt där errata-e-mail om det i början på året...

Några citat från https://rhn.redhat.com/help/rhlmigrationfaq/
With Red Hat Linux 7.x, 8.0 and 9 end of life approaching soon and the introduction of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 and the Fedora Project, there will also be some significant changes to Red Hat Network for Red Hat Linux channel subscribers.

We value you as a Red Hat Network and Red Hat Linux customer and would like to ensure your migration to another Red Hat solution is seamless. For this reason we've created a FAQ to help you understand the upcoming changes to your RHN subscription and to help you decide which Red Hat solution is right for you.

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2) What happens to my paid RHN subscription if it expires after April 30, 2004, (the end-of-life date for Red Hat Linux 9)?

Customers whose paid RHN subscription expires after April 30 received a complimentary evaluation ISO and channel access for Red Hat Enterprise Linux ES and WS for the remainder of their subscription.

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5) How long will the Red Hat Linux channels be available for downloading errata?

Channels will remain open at least six months past the end-of-life date. For example, Red Hat Linux 9 users will be able to access errata on RHN until at least Oct. 31, 2004. However, no new errata will be posted to the channel after the end-of-life date, April 30, 2004. For this reason, Red Hat recommends you visit the Red Hat Linux Migration Resource Center to gain a better understanding of your migration options.

Posted: 18 April 2004, 14:03
by scorpi
Sickena busar

Jag fick ett mail där det stod att dom skulle sluta med alla distar under Rh9

Men det du postade har jag inte fått besked om

Och det kan ju inte vara för att jag kör rh7.3 etersom dom nämner Rh 7.x i texten