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I have a redHat AS 3 box, when I run up2date --register and go the verification screen, the up2date program can't verify my username and password in redHat website and I get the problem registering username message box and the ssl handshake failure error message in the terminal window.
I'm able to connect to the internet from the Linux box,
I tried downloading and updating the up2date RPMs' and ssl certificates only to get the same results.
Can any one help me on this?
I tried the duke site and the CDs' but couldn't find a release for RHL AS3, I found for RHEL4 and tried it with ' yum update ' again to get a
'bash: yum: command not found' error.
I think it's bretty obviuose that I'm totaly new to Linux,
Actually what I realy need is some administration skills to be able to manage Oracle products on RHL servers
im running fc4 and it uses yum as a package manager also so im assuming that its the same. i got out of using the up2date thing and i installed yumex all that is is a gui installer instead of the terminal. i find it alot easier to use if you would like to try it
in an open terminal type in #yum install-yumex hopefully that will help u to using yum.
after downloading the file' yum-2.4.0-1.src.rpm ' then tried installing it using the rpm command, it gave a success message but when running '#yum install-yumex' I got the same error message 'bash command not found'
ok i just checked the command and its right when u open the terminal window type 'su' enter than type 'yum install-yumex' dont type the ' and if same as fedora core it should work since fedora core 1 is (from what i hear) in place of RED HAT 10. when i put the # in there that just meant to do it as root.