Subject: Re: crypto move?
To: Noriyuki Soda <email@example.com>
From: Ken Wellsch <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/19/2000 09:02:24
I have been relying on the files under /usr/share/examples/supfiles
to officially tell me what I should do. Some time ago when I noticed
the security release evaporate I looked to see whether this was
in what I took to be the official place, but they have not changed.
So even if the template supfile I used originally still contains the
"security" release, I should remove it from the supfile I use?
Will do - thanks!
-- Ken Wellsch
Noriyuki Soda wrote:
> > I thought the -security branch for sup was dead. i.e. no need to
> > separate dist anymore.
> Yes, the "security" release for sup was dead.
> > Tonight though on my regular sup the entire crypto tree
> > disapeared during the allsrc and reappeared when my old security sup
> > kicked in.
> This was mistake, and corrected now.
> The "allsrc" release should have the crypto tree, and the "security"
> release shouldn't have it.
> Please remove the "security" release from your supfile.
> If your supfile preserves the "security" release, the crypto tree
> will be removed again on next sup.
> Sorry for inconvenience.