this is a kind of strange question but is it possible to use up2date-gnome-applet on Fedora 13? I loved the clean and stable update mechanism used in FC 3 but I am unsure whether it will also work with F 13.
For those who can't remember: Take a look at the red icon in the panel:
I queried yum for rhn-packages and found the following:
$ yum search rhn
Geladene Plugins: presto, refresh-packagekit
================================= Matched: rhn =================================
rhn-check.noarch : Check for RHN actions
rhn-setup.noarch : Configure and register an RHN/Spacewalk client
rhn-setup-gnome.noarch : A GUI interface for RHN/Spacewalk Registration
rhnlib.noarch : Python libraries for the RHN project
rhncfg.noarch : Red Hat Network Configuration Client Libraries
rhncfg-actions.noarch : Red Hat Network Configuration Client Actions
rhncfg-client.noarch : Red Hat Network Configuration Client
rhncfg-management.noarch : Red Hat Network Configuration Management Client
rhnpush.noarch : Package uploader for the Red Hat Network Satellite Server
yum-rhn-plugin.noarch : RHN support for yum
mrepo.noarch : A tool to set up a yum/apt mirror from various sources
rhn-client-tools.noarch : Support programs and libraries for Red Hat Network or
rhnsd.x86_64 : Red Hat Network query daemon
Can I use one or more of the packages to get the old mechanism back?
I tried to find some information about yum-rhn-plugin but I was unable to find a way to use the old up2date-applet.
Maybe somebody is able to help me.
Thanks in advance,