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Re: [SLUG] DNS BIND: what's happen....?
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- Subject: Re: [SLUG] DNS BIND: what's happen....?
- From: Jeff Waugh <jdub@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu Aug 2 21:16:02 2001
- Reply-by: Sun Aug 5 21:03:25 EST 2001
- User-agent: Mutt/1.3.20i
> Do you guys provide patches to security vulnerabilities faster/at the same
> time/slower than redhat? I mean generally, overall.
In the recent LWN security overview, Debian was rated higher than Red Hat
for speed and other criteria. One advantage to Debian is that you'll often
find that you've updated from the security server before you find out about
> When is 2.4 is going to become Debian Stable? I remember that 2.2 got into
> stable a YEAR+months after it came out :(
Are you talking about kernel versions? The current official kernel for
Debian potato is 2.2.19. You can easily install 2.4 with a few extra
packages provided by one of the Debian maintainers. You can find a source
line for these in my sources.list .
I assume that Debian woody will include a 2.4 kernel by default - I'm not
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