On Thu, Feb 03, 2000 at 09:38:55AM -0800, Brent Fulgham wrote:
> Everything seems current. You can certainly update a system via dpkg --
> in fact, that's the prefered way :-)
Of course, if you update the Hurd, you need to get the servers restarted.
For pfinet this can be done without reboot: Just kill the pfinet process (or
end it gracefully with settrans or whatever).
> One possibility is that the build of Hurd doesn't include the fix. Maybe
> Marcus can tell us (I'm not sure) -- but I would guess by the date
> on the package he's saying it's a build from CVS as of December 9, 1999,
> which certainly seems like it should have the pfinet fix.
Yes, unless otherwise noted in the Debian changelog, the snapshots are
vanilla from that date.
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