The state of redports
rkoberman at gmail.com
Sat Nov 17 18:26:49 UTC 2012
For those who did not see the announcement, there was an intrusion
into some core FreeBSD systesm and this resulted in a LOT of systems
being taken off-line. I assume redports was one of them.
I strongly encourage everyone to read the notes on the intrusion at
This is especially true if you use cvs, cvsup, csup, or packages and
have updated either your system sources, ports tre, or packages since
September 19, 1012.
Again, please read the document and decide for yourself what you need to do.
On Fri, Nov 16, 2012 at 10:24 PM, Bernhard Fröhlich <decke at bluelife.at> wrote:
> On Sa., 17. Nov. 2012 01:56:01 CET, Bryan Drewery <bryan at shatow.net> wrote:
>> On 11/16/2012 6:41 PM, Shane Ambler wrote:
>> > I haven't got a response from redports servers for a while now.
>> > Has redports closed it's doors? Having hardware issues?
>> It's a temporary issue. decke@ might provide more details.
> Yeah, redports is down since almost a week now and it looks like some infrastructure problem/migration whatsoever. I also cannot access the boxes right now so I need to wait until things get fixed before I can jump in.
> If you follow the mailing lists you'll notice that quite a few systems are down right now and people are doing their best to fix them.
> Be assured that redports will come back!
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R. Kevin Oberman, Network Engineer
E-mail: rkoberman at gmail.com
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