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Now up2date worked. After being silent for a long period, it said my account with RHN was disabled. I enables it and it started downloading these 69 updates. So I have functional up2date at the moment I guess, but I'm left with the intermediary problems:
1- Why https is not working?
2- Why RPMs does not install from command prompt although they do from GUI?
Quick question about up2date (GUI) applying an RPM...
I just installed RH9 and am applying the updates. Update agent says that I need to install redhat-config-printer-0.6.47.11-1 and have redhat-config-printer-0.6.47-1 installed. When I click next, it attempts to resolve the pre-reqs etc. and determines that redhat-config-printer-0.6.47.11-1 is already installed. What's up with this?
When downloading with up2date I get gpg errors with several files. Hard to believe that so many files are corrupted on the RedHat site. It is mostly with the large main files. kdecommon - xfree86 etc.
What is the best procedure to follow to fix this?