"Have you ever needed an automated solution that requires very
little administration intervention, works on possibly different
flavors of Linux, and doesn't require software with 'phone home'
functionality? A solution based on free software which is
scriptable and flexible enough to allow updates from a locally
mounted source, as opposed to a remote mirror?
"I have solved this problem in the past in more than one way.
For example, the use of an open source project called 'Current'
allows administrators to utilize Redhat's native up2date tools
(which are scriptable, flexible, free and open source) to keep
machines updated from a local source..."
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