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./sysup error.. and also ./upcp

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by aboyz, Aug 9, 2004.

  1. aboyz

    aboyz Well-Known Member

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    Hi,

    Why is it saying this. when i a ./sysup

    root@cp [/scripts]# ./sysup
    Using Mysql4
    proftpd is up to date (Sat Nov 29 17:23:58 2003)
    bandmin is up to date (Tue Apr 8 07:00:52 2003)
    chkservd is up to date (Sun Aug 1 16:41:31 2004)
    MySQL-server is up to date (Sat May 15 20:00:43 2004)
    MySQL-embedded is up to date (Sat May 15 20:00:43 2004)
    MySQL-client is up to date (Sat May 15 20:00:43 2004)
    MySQL-devel is up to date (Sat May 15 20:00:43 2004)
    MySQL-bench is up to date (Sat May 15 20:00:43 2004)
    MySQL-shared is up to date (Sat May 15 20:00:43 2004)
    MySQL-shared-compat is up to date (Thu Jul 8 16:10:58 2004)
    portsentry is up to date (Tue Jan 29 18:02:40 2002)
    This system may not be updated until it is associated with a channel.

    why is it saying cannot be updated until it is assoicated with a channel?

    do I have to register to redhat network and get a channel? and does it cost me any money? how do i bypasss this?

    Please advise.. i can't seem to get named to be running, everything work fine.

    thanks
     
  2. dave9000

    dave9000 Well-Known Member

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    It means you need a subscription to redhat network and you need to register the server with redhat update.
     
  3. chirpy

    chirpy Well-Known Member

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    Yup, and if you got your server from a NOC and they provided the OS, then you need to go and bang on their door and get them to register it properly for you.
     
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