Originally Posted by marko
Yeah, but I can't use the koji kernel, I mean what kernel is planned in the official yum repositories
to have the CVE-2009-2692 fix. I have to use our companies local mirror of the official yum repos and we're not supposed to go out to unofficial ones like koji.
When is comes out on the updates-testing report, you can see the version.
When it is pushed to updates, your company can sync the mirror and get it.
If they are not sync'ing but testing them first, recommended, then it will take more time.
Then you can get it.
But this is a very important set of fixes so maybe an e-mail to your company iT would "get the lead out".
As they should have been tested and install by now.
Why there has not been a kernel in updates-testing report for so long is very strange?
I think, the Fedora G/A are viewed by Fedora dev's as yesterday's vomit
and they are only focused on rawhid and moreover, the schedule.
Furthermore, why is your company using Fedora as if it were some stable production system?
It needs the updates as soon as possible just to fix bugs.
So as they say, "I sounds like a personal problem (from ignorance in your IT dept..)" to me.
Lastly, what's stopping you from doing the right thing and just downloading the rpm's from koji, and rpm -Uvi. Nothing I see but you chooing to wait on IT lead pants.