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'rh-errata' is a tool for maintaining the integrity of a Red Hat GNU/Linux system. It builds a respository of RPM files from a designated mirror of the Red Hat updates site. It only downloads RPM files that have not already been downloaded. Optionally, it can produce a report that shows which RPM files in your respository need to be updated and which ones have already been installed.
DocumentationUser README available in HTML format from http://www.linuxcommand.org/html_text//rh-errata.README.html
released on 28 July 2002
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