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Re: security update url's


On 07-Jan-99 Michael Stone wrote:
> I'm not sure what you mean here. As an example, go to
> http://www.debian.org/security/1998/19980922 and follow the link at the
> bottom of the page to get a copy of tcsh. Click the download button on
> that page and you get a list of sites where you can download the i386
> .debs--but the m68k debs are nowhere to be found.

Go to http://www.debian.org   choose Debian Packages from the side navbar and
then try to find the motorola package for tcsh.  It's those pages that
fixes_link was designed to link into.  If you want to point it directly at the
FTP sight, feel free.  That setup (and the choice of not pointing to
proposed-updates) was done partly for time convience.  I couldn't/wouldn't
devote 100% of web time to keeping up with the security pages but now that
another body has been added, we can do some of the more time consuming methods.

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