Why can't we get a proper installation method to keep OpenSSL at the latest revision for Linux?
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Mon May 31 08:26:51 UTC 2021
Ubuntu isn't on 1.1.1f. 20.04 is on 1.1.1f-1ubuntu2.4, 20.10 is on
1.1.1f-1ubuntu4.4 and 21.04 is on 1.1.1j-1ubuntu3.1.
The "1ubuntuX.Y" bits mean that there are additional patches on top of the
vanilla 1.1.1f release in there. Likely backports of security patches. For
details, Ubuntu has a package changelog.
Am So., 30. Mai 2021 um 14:06 Uhr schrieb Michael McKenney <
mike.mckenney at scsiraidguru.com>:
> Why can't we get a proper installation method to keep OpenSSL at the
> latest revision for Linux?
> My biggest compliant with Linux is it is so difficult to get best practice
> installations for services like OpenSSL. Ubuntu is still on 1.1.1f. I
> have been trying to upgrade to 1.1.1k. Openssl version -a states I am on
> 1.1.1k. When programs in Wordpress that use OpenSSL show I am using
> 1.1.1.f. Spending hours of time on various sites like AskUbuntu.com, only
> to be disappointed. Microsoft has best practices guides for
> installations. Why can’t we get them for Linux.
> Michael A. McKenney
> mike.mckenney at scsiraidguru.com
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