Redhat Linux 9.0 RPMs

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I've searched the entire web for automatic updates for redhat 9.0 in the RPM format. It's really getting on my nerves. Anyone got an Idea on where or how I can get these updates.
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As far as I know there are none, after redhat stopped support last year and moved to fedora I spent quite a while searching around and found a couple of sites that hand rolled security updates for that kernel version, but installing them looked out of my league. so in the end I just upgraded to Fedora core 2, hav'nt had any problems on both pc's I've done it on apart from a couple of niggles that where solved with a little internet searching. and I get all the advantages of the 2.6 kernel (usb support is now really good). and can then use yum or up2date as the rpm updater.

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Chris
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I Use YUM for my updates
http://linux.duke.edu/projects/yum/
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they don't support it any longer try and upgrade to fedora 2 :)

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Humm just happened to stumble across a rpm repository for redhat versions 8 and 9. at least until the july 24th of this year anyway when it was abandoned due to lack of interest, but if an-one needs security updates till then its at.
http://rpm.livna.org/

It was linked from a linux documentation project about installing fedora core 2 with all the mp3 players/encoders which is well worth a read if your about to do so

http://tldp.org/HOWTO/Fedora-Multimedia-Installation-HOWTO/

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