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Re: up2date temp folder



thank u so much.  As I don't have access to Gnome only
command line, is there a way to do in command line? 
or I have to look into linux VNC type of access ? 

--- Omar Chicas <omar gto net> wrote:

> I see that you like console... Under System Settings
> there's the RedHat 
> Network Configuration, you can choose the folder you
> want the RPMS to go to 
> and check keep RPMS after update...
> 
> On Wednesday 15 December 2004 10:55 pm, jim martin
> wrote:
> > Hi.. I have a Red Hat Linux Enterprise installed
> and
> > configured to auto update using up2date function
> >
> > I want to download the update patch into a folder
> > first and auto install but still keep the update
> > patches in that folder, is that possible? I used
> the
> > following command but it prompt me error. Why?
> >
> > Beside Where can I configured the frequency or
> timing
> > to auto update using linux command ?
> >
> > [root Liunx up2date]# up2date
> --tmpdir=/home/up2date
> >
> > No interactive mode available
> > Please specify either -l, -u, --nox, or package
> > names as command line arguments.
> > usage: up2date [OPTIONS] [<packages>]
> >
> >
> >
> >
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