security updates ?
binary_y2k2 at blueyonder.co.uk
Sat Nov 18 20:35:17 GMT 2006
> Renaud (Ron) Olgiati wrote:
>> Newbee question, Kubuntu not yet installed, I am still busy downloading the
>> DVD iso (23% done, another five days to go ;-3(
>> Once I have installe Kubuntu, is there a process to download and install all
>> the relevant security updated packages, or will I have to find them in the
>> ubuntu-security-announce Archives, then go and download them one by one from
>> http://security.ubuntu.com ?
>> Ron, on the banks of the Paraguay River.
> Well done for determination.
> I would also consider sending a replacement CD if the first did not
> arrive ok. Maybe the postal service people would like a few to try for
> themselves? It is possible, - maybe consider this?
> Security updates- these are usually received by online downloading.
> You will have a choice about which updates to download. It is best to
> use all of them. I am aware that after the initial installation, you
> might expect security updates to be used very soon. Sometimes a lot.
> You may choose to download a few at a time, I believe this is possible.
Yep, you can choose which ones to download and install, but I'd
recommend installing all the security updates.
I don't think there are even that many security updates right now, at
least not many large ones, nothing like the update from 6.06 to 6.06.1
> off topic:
> What dvd are you downloading, I generally use the desktop 'CD' rather
> than a dvd, or is this the one you mean?
> best wishes
There are three ISOs you can download from the website, the desktop CD
(LiveCD), the alternate CD (Text Install CD), or the DVD ISO which has
both the Desktop live CD/installer and Text mode installer. It also has
more packages on the DVD so you don't need to download them to install.
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