Re: Why did up2date certificate expire without auto up2date fix?
From: Jean-David Beyer (jdbeyer_at_exit109.com)
Date: Wed, 03 Sep 2003 12:34:07 -0400
Jeffrey J. Kosowsky wrote (in part):
> Jean-David Beyer <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes (in part):
>>I agree that Red Hat should have sent out the new key before the old one
>>expired. Then only the users who do not run up2date on a regular basis
>>would have had it happen seamlessly.
>> ... I was out of town for a week.
>>But when I got back, there was an e-mail from Red Hat describing the
>>problem and what to do to fix it. All that was needed was to download
>>files and install them. What is so hard about that?
> I never received any such email from RedHat.
> In any case, this seems like a big miss for RedHat... especially for
> those who pay for the up2date service!!
But why did you not receive the Red Hat e-mail?
If you are signed up for Red Hat Network, you were given the option to
get e-mails about this kind of thing. But if you just try to log into
Red Hat Network https://rhn.redhat.com/
the page with the login message already outlines the trouble.
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