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[Pulp-list] Re: Pulp-list Digest, Vol 2, Issue 1

On Tue, 2008-02-26 at 12:00 -0500, pulp-list-request redhat com wrote:
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> Date: Mon, 25 Feb 2008 16:56:20 -0500
> From: M?ir?n Duffy <duffy redhat com>
> Subject: [Pulp-list] Software Content Management (Introducing Pulp)
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> Hi folks,
> As some of you who have participated in them already know, over the past 
> couple of years or so Red Hat has been conducting some studies on how 
> folks manage their systems using the Red Hat Network and Satellite 
> products. We've learned a lot about the processes many of you have 
> established for managing your systems and the strengths and weaknesses 
> of the RHN products in supporting those processes. In addition to this, 
> it is also clear that the free and open source management tools 
> available for Fedora, RHEL, and CentOS (as well as other *nixes) don't 
> sufficiently cover some of the areas of need that the current Satellite 
> product addresses.

I maintain 7 home computers with Fedora 8. At the moment I run yum
--skip-broken -y update and access RPMs from an external mirror. Whilst
I'm aware I _can_ set up a local mirror it'd at the end of my to do list
as I perceive the need for much time to work it all out. I would find it
handy to mirror RPMs onto a portable harddrive and use that to update or
install from. All through a GUI.



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