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Kernel Vulnerabilities

Chris Watson
Super Advisor

Kernel Vulnerabilities

 
Moving along nicely
5 REPLIES
Konstantin Agouros
Occasional Advisor

Re: Kernel Vulnerabilities

What about glibc-patches? Redhat is a little farther on in its version the hpsossfl is.

Konstantin
Konstantin Agouros
Occasional Advisor

Re: Kernel Vulnerabilities

The Kernelupdate needs RedHat-Updates (modutils for example) is it safe to update all RedHat-Patches without Redhat Kernel Updates?
Judy Cooper
Occasional Visitor

Re: Kernel Vulnerabilities

It would be okay to apply RedHat 7.1 rpms to Secure OS software for Linux. Most rpms do not have a dependency on kernel rpms. During the test phase the rpm will list any dependancy needed.
Konstantin Agouros
Occasional Advisor

Re: Kernel Vulnerabilities

Just a tip to everyone:

Do not try to update the kernelrpms without filesystem-2.1 and mkinitrd in the new version.

It took me quite some fiddling.

Konstantin
Joy Leima
Occasional Advisor

Re: Kernel Vulnerabilities

In general, you need to be very careful about resolving dependencies. Using --nodep can get you into trouble.