Installing XenServer 6.5 Patches with Local Media and Remotely – Part 2

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Rob Turner

He is an Instructor of Computer Technology with Ball State University where he currently teaches all of the departments Linux courses and co-teaches Cisco networking courses. He is an avid Debian user as well as many of the derivatives of Debian such as Mint, Ubuntu, and Kali. Rob holds a Masters in Information and Communication Sciences as well as several industry certifications from Cisco, EC-Council, and Linux Foundation.

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8 Responses

  1. Raphael says:

    Thanks for the part 2. Help post the part 3 soon. Thanks again

  2. castle defense 2 hack says:

    Great post.

  3. Dirk says:

    Or you could simply use the XenCenter, where you can install all updates via GUI.

    • Rob Turner says:

      XenCenter isn’t available on Linux operating systems and isn’t scriptable. But yes XenCenter is another option that will be covered later in this guide.

  4. Shankar says:

    @Prasanth kumar

    use alternate method “yum” to install the packages, to work on this you need to create repositories.

    All the best for your career

  5. Prasanth kumar says:

    Hi Tecmint ,
    This is Prasanth kumar i am searching in linuxjob . i have some doubts in Linux , main doubt is rpm, suppose rpm is corrupted .
    So, how to build rpm how rebuild that. Please give me any idea is that …

    • Rob Turner says:


      I’m not exactly sure what you are asking? This article is about installing/patching citrix xenserver. It is strongly advised that you do not use yum or rpm on a xenserver but rather only install patches approved/obtained from Citrix.

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