just dl'd + installed ubuntu 8 server... concerned about recent ssh security issue
I downloaded Hardy Heron 8.04 LTS server on 5/13 and burned it to a disk. A few days ago, I installed it, then I noticed the recent security issue. I am a newbie to linux (for the most part), so I want to know that I've got all the latest patches/updates necessary so that I don't have to worry about the security.
so I have a few questions...
1) how do I find out what versions of various programs I have? (what is the command or commands)
2) how do I find out what the latest version is available?
3) how do I download and update to the newer version?
as a long-time windows user, I'm very used to the way that they do updates... what is nice about that is that you go to windows update, it determines what you don't have, then you get to choose what updates you actually want to install... does ubuntu have those same capabilities? (and I know that since i'm using the server version, i can only use command line, but that's fine... I should still be able to do everything that I'm asking about)
thanks in advance
Yes it does have update feature, and you do not need to track versions.
Just frequently run
Ubuntu 8.04 LTS Server updating question
Am new here too with server installations and am stuck atm with updating the system. I keep getting the following after making sure that multiverse and universe are enabled:
What's in /etc/resolv.conf?
if you need to re-create your sources.list you can use my tool in my sig.
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