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Date:      Thu, 8 Jan 2009 17:50:24 -0500
From:      "Gabriel Lavoie" <glavoie@gmail.com>
To:        "Ivailo Bonev" <ibb_orac@mbox.contact.bg>
Cc:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: freebsd-update and latest security patches
Message-ID:  <d05df8620901081450r760716f3u43b35919fe58ae79@mail.gmail.com>
In-Reply-To: <AE2E0E5FF30E41048E9431D3CC7CEE4A@chameleon>
References:  <AE2E0E5FF30E41048E9431D3CC7CEE4A@chameleon>

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It depends. This update was related to the flaw found in OpenSSL
recently. Since this update didn't touch the kernel, it's normal that
your're still on the 7.1-RELEASE kernel. The kernel version changes
only when an update touches it directly.

Gabriel

2009/1/8 Ivailo Bonev <ibb_orac@mbox.contact.bg>:
> I've tried to install latest security patches with
> # freebsd-update fetch
> # freebsd-update install
> # reboot
> but after reboot
> # uname -r tells me that I have
> 7.1-RELEASE
> If I understand corectly from handbook, it should tells me -p1?
> Is there somthing that I am missing?
> ... and sorry for my bad English :)
>
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Gabriel Lavoie
glavoie@gmail.com



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