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Another voice in agreement with the first.
On 4/16/07, Calum <caluml@...> wrote:
> I remember the days, when summers were hot, winters were cold, and
> notifications about kernel security were made using GLSAs.
> Then they stopped without warning, and I posted:
> "Now that summer time and 2005.1 are over, I expect that KISS will be
> opened soon."
> I must say that at the time, I didn't put much credence in that answer.
> $ emerge search kiss
> *** Deprecated use of action 'search', use '--search' instead
> [ Results for search key : kiss ]
> [ Applications found : 0 ]
> In the absence of this, can I request that kernel GLSAs are started
> back up, as it seems strange that all packages use them, except for
> the kernel.
> I run glsa-check -l | grep '\[N\]' on my boxes each night, and get the
> results emailed to me - it would be nice to get kernel notifications
> We can't all "monitor the "Kernel" component of the "Gentoo Security" product."
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