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#1 2017-09-09 10:14:29

devur
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[SOLVED]when did we get the last update?

Where can I see the date of the last released security update?

Last edited by devur (2017-09-11 12:19:23)


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#2 2017-09-10 08:10:18

hunger
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Re: [SOLVED]when did we get the last update?

Check https://ci.devuan.org/view/All/builds: All builds Devuan developers are listed there (both the successful ones and the failed attempts). Note that only the packages changed by Devuan will show up in this list. The vast majority of packages is taken straight from Debian servers without any changes applied. From what I understand the process of importing packages from Debian to Devuan does not take all Debian security repositories into account right now though (IIRC Jessie is covered though). This is planned to get fixed in the next version of the merge server.

For now, you better double-check ci.devuan.org for the last successful build of Devuan packages effected by Debian security updates. You might want to also check that the security updates from Debian actually reach your system.

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#3 2017-09-10 13:23:57

devur
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Re: [SOLVED]when did we get the last update?

i think my problem is solved, synaptic has just updated my system.

It seems to me that jenkin's last stable update is 5 days old and that there are few packages there are only a few seconds old.

How do I see what updates are installed on my system?


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#4 2017-09-11 12:50:21

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Re: [SOLVED]when did we get the last update?

devur wrote:

How do I see what updates are installed on my system?

From your terminal use:

cat /var/log/apt/history.log

or,

nano /var/log/apt/history.log

Other... navigate with your file manager to the directory "/var/log/apt/history.log" then open it with text editor "history.log".

Edit: Debian Security Advisories (DSA) bulletin for the security information / upgrade.

Last edited by Nili (2017-09-19 12:52:38)


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