newest security patch and custom kernel
zbigniew at szalbot.homedns.org
Mon Jan 14 22:24:10 PST 2008
Norman Maurer pisze:
> the /usr/src/sys* stuff should be patched anyway. But you need to build
> your kernel again and install it to reflect the changes. Even if i think
> it only update the -p10 label in the case of -p10 patch set.
OK. So this page applies to me now?
Change to the /usr/src directory:
# cd /usr/src
Compile the kernel:
# make buildkernel KERNCONF=/MYKERNEL/
Install the new kernel:
# make installkernel KERNCONF=/MYKERNEL/
*Note:* It is required to have full FreeBSD source tree to build the
I am interested if I need to download latest FBSD sources then? I have
not touched them since I built a custom kernel.
> Am Dienstag, den 15.01.2008, 07:03 +0100 schrieb zbigniew szalbot:
> > Hello,
> > Using freebsd-update I applied the latest security patches which were
> > announced yesterday. However, I then notice this message:
> > The following files will be updated as part of updating to 6.2-RELEASE-p10:
> > /boot/GENERIC/kernel
> > My question is whether my update missed the point because I have a
> > custom kernel? If so, do I need to apply it manually as described in the
> > security advisory? If I still want to go down the binary road, how can I
> > make sure my custom kernel gets patched, too?
> > Thank you very much!
> > Zbigniew Szalbot
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