Thanks for the updates.currently I am running2.6.18-308.20.1.el5 #1 SMPI assume this is 5.4 as it came of a 5.4 CD. I have carried out yum update and many packag... [by alanm]
I installed centos 6.5 from a dvd. Now that 7 is out, I'l like to try it. I tried:
sudo yum clean all && sudo yum update
but it said there were no updates. Is there a command-line way to upgrade from 6.5 to 7?
CentOS mailing list
Major releases are 'before the dot', eg 5.x and 6.x as far as I see, and minor changes after that.
If I do a yum update on a 6.1 system, will it update to 6.current?
Is it possible to safely upgrade from 6.x to 6.y via yum update?
Is it possible to safely upgrade from 5.x to 6.x via yum update?
What do the parts 'mean'?
I have been meaning to ask this question for a long time now. I usually use the terminal... apt-get update&apt-get upgrade command to check for updates every morning. Some times, as this morning, the message appeared that some packages are being kept back.
Let's say I open the Update Manager, and my package list is a couple of days old, or I do apt-get upgrade without doing an apt-get update first, what is the result of this?
If there have been updates since I last did a 'check' in the Update Manager, do I not get the latest version? Or do I simply not get updates on packages which had not updates at the time of my last check?
In previous posts weve seen how to Enable automatic security update in Debian/Ubuntu and in Red hat enterprise or Centos 6, recently Ive started to work with the new Red Hat Enterprise 7 and Ive noticed that there are some interesting changes in the way this system can be set to auto update.An example ?In Red Hat/Centos 6 you could not set which kind of update youd like to
Hello community! I'd love to ask if it is possibile to run apt-get update and upgrade without password prompt, in other words, I want to make anyone be able to install security updates on my machine, but only updates.