Automatic Security Updates with DNF

Automatic Security Updates The Dandified YUM tool, DNF, has become a powerful package manager for systems running Fedora. One of the great options is that security patches easily requested. This allows us for automatically security patching of our systems. Let’s explore the options and see how dnf-automatic can help us with fully automated patching. Security Patches The newer versions of Fedora use DNF. To check available security patches, use the dnf command. dnf updateinfo list security While this output is […]

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Showing Available Security Updates with DNF

Checking Security Updates for your Software Packages DNF is the default package manager since Fedora 22. As it is considered to be a better version of YUM, some of our Lynis users asked for DNF support. With focus on auditing and security patching, we definitely wanted to see that for ourselves. While building support, I’ve gathered the most important commands. In this blog post we will have a look how we can leverage the DNF output to show only the […]

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