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Kernel updates for redhat 8 - where?
I have a cPanel box on redhat 8. I'm curious what everyone else is doing for kernel upgrades - every time a new vulnerability is announced I end up looking around for way longer than I should or compiling myself. Fedora legacy doesn't seem to be really putting out the updates...
atm the best would be compiling your self
You can sign up for updated packages here:
Also, http://kernel.org is a good place do download kernels. Some assembly required.
I would go with the Fedora Legacy project. Infact they will (for those on RH9) be offering the same updates for RH9 users sometime shortly after April 30th.
I always compile myself on Debian boxes. That is because I'm very comfortable with Debian... I really dislike Redhat. It seems so clunky. With RH & cPanel I'd rather used packaged kernels.
Re: http://prism2.unixguru.raleigh.nc.us...h8-index.html, who is that, do they have a reputation, and how often are they updated?
Re: Fedora Legacy, the problem is they don't seem to be putting out updates! There have been new vulnerabilities for a while and they don't seem to be putting out new packages.