Thu, 11 Apr 2002 16:23:51 -0400
I do the exact same thing, still getting 20k/sec....
Geoff Purdy wrote:
> I'm a fan of running up2date from the command line instead of the gui. I just
> type the following in a terminal:
> up2date --update --nox
> Then I go on and do other stuff and I generally forget it's running. When I
> come back to it, it's successfully completed. No interaction required
> (unlike the gui).
> On Thursday 11 April 2002 07:37 pm, Jeff Bollinger wrote:
>>I'm not sure how many of you run RedHat's up2date, but are there any
>>alternate servers to pull the updates from (while still using up2date)?
>>I've been trying to update a fresh 7.2 install for over 2 hours now,
>>getting about 20-25k/sec (from RedHat) which is pretty bad considering I
>>have a 100Mb pipe.
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