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April 13, 2005, 8:50 am
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I'm wondering if there's any way to find out the response time for
different distributions to patch packages after an exploit was made
I know it varies, but for example, I've noticed Fedora has a pretty
fast response time, almost always within the same day. My Debian system
on the other hand could take an extra day or two to get the update.
Any experience with other distributions? We need a standalone system I
can assume will get updated as quickly as possible..
Thanks for your input.
Re: how long does it take distros to post security updates?
Hi, I think I have read that for most distro's it's a day or two. But I too
am curious if there is any official schedule?
# cd /usr/src/
# make buildworld
"Uh God! We are gonna be here all night, aren't we?"
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