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Subject: Re: Slackware 7.0
From: Dustin D. Trammell (dtrammellcautech.com)
Date: Thu Jul 27 2000 - 10:09:11 CDT
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Thursday, July 27, 2000, 2:04:53 AM, Dennis Stout wrote:
DS> I'm installing Slackware 7.0 on a box thats to be used as a
DS> router, and I was wondering what security holes Slackware has on
DS> an out-of-the-box install. Can anyone tell me?
Slackware 7.0 default installs the 2.2.14 kernel I believe. You will
probably want to upgrade your kernel at the very least. I would check
the Slackware site (http://www.slackware.com) for more information.
Personally, I would go with Slackware 7.1 if you can, as it comes with
2.2.16 (if you have the bandwidth, download the ISO and burn it to a
Dustin D. Trammell
Information Security Analyst
CAU Technologies, Inc.
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