CentOS 4 i386 Updates Delayed?

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Re: CentOS 4 i386 Updates Delayed?

Post by SamCWB » 2010/08/13 16:23:57

Here's the current list of identified, unpatched CentOS 4 vulnerabilities:

1 Aug 11 bugzilla@redhat.com [RHSA-2010:0625-01] Moderate: wireshark security update
2 Aug 5 bugzilla@redhat.com [RHSA-2010:0606-01] Important: kernel security and bug fix update
2 Jul 23 bugzilla@redhat.com [RHSA-2010:0557-01] Critical: seamonkey security update
4 Jun 15 bugzilla@redhat.com [RHSA-2010:0474-01] Important: kernel security and bug fix update
5 Jun 7 bugzilla@redhat.com [RHSA-2010:0459-01] Moderate: openoffice.org security update

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Re: CentOS 4 i386 Updates Delayed?

Post by AlanBartlett » 2010/08/13 16:47:45

Thanks for the latest update to the list, [b]Sam[/b].

[b]toracat[/b] -- It's your turn to purr, with menaces, into a [i]C-dev[/i]'s ear. ;-)

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Re: CentOS 4 i386 Updates Delayed?

Post by SamCWB » 2010/08/27 16:45:27

Alan and Toracat and everyone else...thanks for all your help. Tru seems to be back on the case :-)

I think it's probably OK to archive this thread.

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Re: CentOS 4 i386 Updates Delayed?

Post by AlanBartlett » 2010/08/27 17:21:29

Yes, it's true (excuse the pun), [b]Tru[/b] now has a working DSL line and is clearing the back-log.

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I think it's probably OK to archive this thread.
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Agreed. I'll just [i]un-sticky[/i] it and then we can let it decay away with time. ;-)

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