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What happened to x86_64 security?

What happened to x86_64 security?

Posted Jul 21, 2005 16:29 UTC (Thu) by Ross (guest, #4065)
Parent article: Delays in security updates

The x86_64 security updates still aren't on the Debian security server though I'm pretty sure there was an announcement several weeks earlier that it would be hosted there just like the "real" stable arches.

What happened? Where should people be going for the security updates?


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What happened to x86_64 security?

Posted Jul 21, 2005 17:56 UTC (Thu) by syntaxis (subscriber, #18897) [Link]

Goswin von Brederlow answered this question in http://lists.debian.org/debian-amd64/2005/07/msg00347.html.

"We are waiting on James Troup to activate amd64 on the security servers. The buildd is otherwise setup and running.

For the time being all security builds are uploaded to sarge-proposed-updates on amd64.debian.net and people should add that to the sources.list for now and just till sec.d.o gets reconfigured for us."


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