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They are not out of date. Enterprise Linux (RHEL/CentOS/Scientific Linux) maintain a repository of software with a stable feature set, API and ABI. It is intentional that the versions of software being used on this host are what they are. Only bug fixes typically get applied to such software. The intention is that the distro major version (so 5 in this ...


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You mean like using group policy to configure automatic updates and the default WSUS server? 1. Add the WSUS Administrative Template In Group Policy Object Editor, click either of the Administrative Templates nodes. On the Action menu, click Add/Remove Templates. Click Add. In the Policy Templates dialog box, select Wuau.adm, and then click Open. In the ...


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The easiest way is setting a deadline on the needed updates on your WSUS server. The servers then install the updates on their own. Setting a deadline will cause clients to install the update at a specific time http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc708585%28v=ws.10%29.aspx


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Yes, certain drivers are synced with WSUS. Mine has 29'958 drivers which it could sync. However, experience shows that not all drivers are synced to WSUS, so you might still be able to get more drivers if you scan agains WU vs WSUS.


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For the sake of completeness here is a complete list of steps you need to make the CAN modules (or any other module) available which has been disabled on Fedora (removing the sources, so just using the kernel-devel-approach does not do it). This procedure might not be perfect but it works for me and enables peak_usb and vcan as well as base CAN modules on ...


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I think I got it, although it's probably far from perfect. Prepare the source code by running rpmbuild -bp --target=$(uname -m) kernel.spec Go to the build directory, for example by: cd ~/rpmbuild/BUILD/kernel-3.14.fc20/linux-3.14.8-200.fc20.x86_64 Edit Makefile and set EXTRAVERSION to something like: EXTRAVERSION = -200.fc20.x86_64 Enable the ...


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Not sure about yum, but you definitely cannot execute passwd or top from WinSCP. WinSCP cannot execute commands that require user input and/or terminal emulation. For technical background of the limitations, see: http://winscp.net/eng/docs/remote_command#limitations When you need a full featured terminal (to execute commands like passwd) for your SFTP ...



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