[nycbug-talk] OpenBSD questions...

Ray Lai nycbug
Tue Jul 12 18:11:38 EDT 2005

On Tue, Jul 12, 2005 at 05:38:54PM -0400, Marco Scoffier wrote:
> Ok I have some random questions:
> I build a raid 5 on three disks each has a bootable /dev/sd[0-2]a
> partition, with a raid enabled kernel which then auto configs the
> raidctl root partition over the three /dev/sd[0-2]d partitions.  I
> believe I am running off the original kernel in the "a" partition not
> the kernel saved in the raid.  Is this correct?  They are all the same
> right now, and I have rebooted too many times today to want to test
> this out...
> I was looking to apply the security patches to 3.7 as there is the
> sudo issue and a zlib problem, but these are only patches to the source
> code.  I cvs'd down the source from Mickey's NY Internet repository, and
> tried to make just "sudo" and "compress", rather than the whole /usr/src but
> the compilation is bombing out.  Is this the only way of keeping abreast
> of the security patches?  Can't find a binary sudo and compress...
> What do you guys do?

I think you have a -current source when you want -stable.


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