Any and all help will be greatly appreciated......... The management server (containing the respositories) has all the RPMs required, but does not have the non-RHEL packages installed, but provides updates for them. It didn't seem to provide me with anymore capibility than I already have. At Springboard, we know how to get you a job in data science.
--Thanks, Chris I used to have a channel on RHN that has all the RHEL stuff I'm interested in plus some other (non-RHEL) packages. When I install a machine, I use kickstart to automate the installation & install the extra (non-RHEL) packages, have done so for many years now and it works fine. We have an investment in Red Hat with deployed production systems. DAG is also designed around the Fedora model it didn't seem to apply to Red Hat. With Springboard’s Data Science Career Track, you’ll master data science with a curriculum built by industry experts.
After the fact we would then register the system and use RHN to keep the system up to date.
Updating the kernel on Red Hat Linux or Cent OS Linux is a very simple process.
I have created an install server/yum update server one a centralized RHEL5 Server (5.1, kernel 2.6.18-53.1.13) I am using apache2 on the server and http on the clients for both installing and updating.
This centralized install/update servers runs other aplications such as Nagios.
The first version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux to bear the name originally came onto the market as "Red Hat Linux Advanced Server".You’ll work on real projects, and get 1-on-1 mentorship from a data scientist. ) and will update packages already installed and resolve dependancies (so installing packages that ain't there but should be).The difficulty is the clients may have an optional package installed. What you *should* end up with is all the packages for RHEL in the repository on the management server (whether they are installed on the management server or not).Because of this is has many optional packages installed.I populated my update repository by performing a new build on a client server then ran "yum -y --downloadonly --downloaddir=/var/www/htdocs/yum update".