My organization is primarily utilizing Linux for servers, but we are considering moving more into the realm of running Linux on client systems. For servers, we simply use cron jobs for automatic patching. I know we could do the same for client systems, but does anybody currently use or know of a management system for Linux clients? We use the KBOX 1100, but it doesn't currently support Ubuntu - the agent only supports RedHat.
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Answered 04/25/2010 by: plus2plus
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Nice sales pitch, but I was asking about patch management for Linux systems - not a DBMS solution.

Answered 04/26/2010 by: airwolf
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