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Old 08-03-2003, 11:57 AM   #1
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Cool RHN autoupdate leaves *.rpmnew and *.save ?


I use the Redhat Networks auto update ( up2date ).
When rpm-packages are updated, sometimes they change configuration files and leve the old/new one's with the file extention ¨rpmnew¨ and ¨save¨ .

I can guess what the mean, but does anyone know for sure ?

Can I safely dump the ¨save¨ files and replace the old config with ¨rpmnew¨ ? .... maybe not ? (check first ! ... I know ...)

Rolf
 
  


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