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How to download Oracle Linux 4.0 updates ( rpms)

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Hi ,

I have an oracle linux 4.0 How can i download all the (updates) , i mean the rpms . I should be able to download everything with a wget command or something similar .

But how do i connect to the appropriate channel ?  

Any ideas on the command(s) i need to use to download everything from oracle linux 4.0 would be appreciated.
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when i do

# up2date -l

i dont see any rpms ( prob. because i have already downloaded them. In this case how to i copy all of them on a folder so i can have them for future 4.0 implementations i might have )
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jools earned 500 total points
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look for a satellite server in oracle, RH do them and Oracle ripped off all the code so I would guess they have something similar too.
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i have RHEL registration , so i believe i have the right channel.  I guess my question is how do i download all the rpms
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