Re: Now that fc2 is retired, is there any valid yum repos?
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Adam Gibson wrote:
Nils Breunese (Lemonbit Internet) wrote:If you really don't like upgrading your OS every couple of months I'd backup my data and do a fresh install of CentOS 4.4. However, CentOS 5 will be out in 6 months... :o) No immediate need to upgrade then though as CentOS 4.x will get full updates until Feb 29 2008 and maintenance updates until Feb 29 2012 (http:// www.centos.org/modules/smartfaq/faq.php?faqid=42).Good luck getting gnome 45.1 apps in 2012 working with the default gnome that comes with CentOs 4.x ;)
Sure. :o) But it's nice to know that you can leave your system running until 2012 if you wanted too and still get security updates till then. Of course you can always do the CentOS 5 -> 6 -> 7 -> etc. upgrades. At least you won't have to upgrade every 1.5 years to keep receiving security updates. On my desktop I want the latest apps, I chose FC5. I don't like to upgrade my servers every 6 months, I chose CentOS 4.
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