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non port: head/security/freebsd-update/files/patch-ab-path
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Number of commits found: 2

Wed, 15 Oct 2003
[ 07:20 daichi ] Original commit 
1.5 security/freebsd-update/Makefile
1.3 security/freebsd-update/distinfo
1.3 security/freebsd-update/files/freebsd-update
1.2 security/freebsd-update/files/freebsd-update.8
1.2 security/freebsd-update/files/freebsd-update.conf.5
1.2 security/freebsd-update/files/patch-aa-rmverify
1.2 security/freebsd-update/files/patch-ab-path
1.3 security/freebsd-update/pkg-plist
update security/freebsd-update: 1.3 -> 1.4
  - Much cleaner code (FreeBSD Update is now a shell script, rather than a
    huge ugly makefile),
  - Better performance,
  - Reduced bandwidth usage when no updates are available,
  - Warnings about files which have been affected by security updates, but
    cannot be updated because they have been modified locally,
  - An "intrusion detection" mode which compares every file which can be
    installed as part of a RELEASE against a (signed) database of known good
    hashes.

PR:             58028
Submitted by:   Colin Percival <cperciva@daemonology.net> (maintainer)
Sat, 23 Aug 2003
[ 13:43 edwin ] Original commit 
1.1 security/freebsd-update/files/patch-ab-path
[MAINTAINER UPDATE] security/freebsd-update

        Call bspatch with a full path; this fixes problems where
        people are running freebsd-update with a PATH which doesn't
        include /usr/local/bin

PR:             ports/55869
Submitted by:   Colin Percival <cperciva@daemonology.net>

Number of commits found: 2

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