Tom Lisjac wrote:
We can't afford RHEL. If updating installed Fedoras is going to cause
them to become unstable after a new version release, we'll have no
choice but to migrate to another OS.
I backed out of the problematic policy update by getting the
source for the previous update, using rpmbuild to construct the
binary .rpm and using the --force option to return to the
earlier policy. If I can do it, you can do it. It was
inconvenient, but nothing compared to my peer Windoze
users' weekly struggles with the latest and greatest anti-virus
Daniel Normolle, Ph.D.
Research Assistant Professor Senior Research Associate
Department of Radiation Oncology UMCCC Biostatistics Unit
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