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Re: [suse-security] SUSE backporting
If they don't change the version number, how do you know if you have the latest patched version?
On May 16, 2004 02:22 AM, James Ogley <james@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > I've a SUSE Standard Server 8.0 and noticed the latest version of ssh
> > that Online Update gives me is only 3.4.x ! The most recent out there
> > is 3.7.x. What gives? Shouldn't these be up to date, especially as
> > I'm on maintainence and am regularly updating from the SUSE server
> > through Online Update in YAST?
> Not, not actually. SuSE update policy is to patch bugs and
> vulnerabilities without upping the visible version number.
> So, the version of OpenSSH available via YOU is actually 3.4.x, patched
> to fix any vulnerabilities etc...
> James Ogley, UNIX Systems Administrator, Pinnacle Insurance Plc
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