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Atualizado Debian Sistema de arquivos para o Sarge

Atualizado o Debian Distribuição para o mais recente estábulo (Sarge).


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    woo, 2.4 kernel!

    (edit) Sorry, couldn’t resist. I’ve got a good friend who’s a debian dev and I troll him mercilessly about how old woody got. Now he can safely shut me up. And, my linode has always run deb 8)

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    About time! 😛

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    What packages are installed by default with this new distro?

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    | Status=Not/Installed/Config-files/Unpacked/Failed-config/Half-installed
    |/ Err?=(none)/Hold/Reinst-required/X=both-problems (Status,Err: uppercase=bad)
    ||/ Name Version Description
    ii adduser 3.63 Add and remove users and groups
    ii apt Advanced front-end for dpkg
    ii apt-utils APT utility programs
    ii aptitude terminal-based apt frontend
    ii base-config 2.53.10 Debian base system configurator
    ii base-files 3.1.2 Debian base system miscellaneous files
    ii base-passwd 3.5.9 Debian base system master password and group
    ii bash 2.05b-26 The GNU Bourne Again SHell
    ii bsdmainutils 6.0.17 collection of more utilities from FreeBSD
    ii bsdutils 2.12p-4 Basic utilities from 4.4BSD-Lite
    ii bzip2 1.0.2-7 high-quality block-sorting file compressor –
    ii console-common 0.7.49 Basic infrastructure for text console config
    ii console-data 2002.12.04dbs- Keymaps, fonts, charset maps, fallback table
    ii console-tools 0.2.3dbs-56 Linux console and font utilities
    ii coreutils 5.2.1-2 The GNU core utilities
    ii cpio 2.5-1.2 GNU cpio — a program to manage archives of
    ii cron 3.0pl1-86 management of regular background processing
    ii debconf Debian configuration management system
    ii debconf-i18n full internationalization support for debcon
    ii debianutils 2.8.4 Miscellaneous utilities specific to Debian
    rc dhcp-client 2.0pl5-19.1 DHCP Client
    ii dhcp3-client 3.0.1-2 DHCP Client
    ii dhcp3-common 3.0.1-2 Common files used by all the dhcp3* packages
    ii diff 2.8.1-11 File comparison utilities
    ii dpkg 1.10.28 Package maintenance system for Debian
    ii dselect 1.10.28 a user tool to manage Debian packages
    ii e2fslibs 1.37-2sarge1 ext2 filesystem libraries
    ii e2fsprogs 1.37-2sarge1 ext2 file system utilities and libraries
    ii ed 0.2-20 The classic unix line editor
    ii exim 3.36-16 An MTA (Mail Transport Agent)
    ii fileutils 5.2.1-2 The GNU file management utilities (transitio
    ii findutils 4.1.20-6 utilities for finding files–find, xargs, an
    ii gcc-3.3-base 3.3.5-13 The GNU Compiler Collection (base package)
    ii gettext-base 0.14.4-2 GNU Internationalization utilities for the b
    ii grep 2.5.1.ds1-4 GNU grep, egrep and fgrep
    ii groff-base GNU troff text-formatting system (base syste
    ii gzip 1.3.5-10 The GNU compression utility
    ii hostname 2.13 A utility to set/show the host name or domai
    ii ifupdown 0.6.7 high level tools to configure network interf
    ii info 4.7-2.2 Standalone GNU Info documentation browser
    ii initscripts 2.86.ds1-1 Standard scripts needed for booting and shut
    ii iptables 1.2.11-10 Linux kernel 2.4+ iptables administration to
    ii klogd 1.4.1-17 Kernel Logging Daemon
    ii libacl1 2.2.23-1 Access control list shared library
    ii libattr1 2.4.16-1 Extended attribute shared library
    ii libblkid1 1.37-2sarge1 block device id library
    ii libbz2-1.0 1.0.2-7 high-quality block-sorting file compressor l
    ii libc6 2.3.2.ds1-22 GNU C Library: Shared libraries and Timezone
    ii libcap1 1.10-14 support for getting/setting POSIX.1e capabil
    ii libcomerr2 1.37-2sarge1 common error description library
    ii libconsole 0.2.3dbs-56 Shared libraries for Linux console and font
    ii libdb1-compat 2.1.3-7 The Berkeley database routines [glibc 2.0/2.
    ii libdb2 The Berkeley database routines (run-time fil
    ii libdb3 3.2.9-22 Berkeley v3 Database Libraries [runtime]
    ii libdb4.2 4.2.52-18 Berkeley v4.2 Database Libraries [runtime]
    ii libgcc1 3.4.3-13 GCC support library
    ii libgcrypt11 1.2.0-11.1 LGPL Crypto library – runtime library
    ii libgdbm3 1.8.3-2 GNU dbm database routines (runtime version)
    ii libgdbmg1 1.7.3-28 GNU dbm database routines (runtime version)
    ii libgnutls11 1.0.16-13.1 GNU TLS library – runtime library
    ii libgpg-error0 1.0-1 library for common error values and messages
    ii libident 0.22-3 simple RFC1413 client library – runtime
    ii libidn11 0.5.13-1.0 GNU libidn library, implementation of IETF I
    ii libldap2 2.1.30-8 OpenLDAP libraries
    ii liblocale-gett 1.01-17 Using libc functions for internationalizatio
    ii liblockfile1 1.06 NFS-safe locking library, includes dotlockfi
    ii liblzo1 1.08-1.2 A real-time data compression library
    ii libncurses5 5.4-4 Shared libraries for terminal handling
    ii libnewt0.51 0.51.6-20 Not Erik’s Windowing Toolkit – text mode win
    ii libopencdk8 0.5.5-10 Open Crypto Development Kit (OpenCDK) (runti
    ii libpam-modules 0.76-22 Pluggable Authentication Modules for PAM
    ii libpam-runtime 0.76-22 Runtime support for the PAM library
    ii libpam0g 0.76-22 Pluggable Authentication Modules library
    ii libpcap0 0.6.2-2 System interface for user-level packet captu
    ii libpcre3 4.5-1.2 Perl 5 Compatible Regular Expression Library
    ii libpopt0 1.7-5 lib for parsing cmdline parameters
    ii libreadline4 4.3-11 GNU readline and history libraries, run-time
    ii libsasl2 2.1.19-1.5 Authentication abstraction library
    ii libsasl7 1.5.27-3 Authentication abstraction library.
    ii libsigc++-1.2- 1.2.5-4 type-safe Signal Framework for C++ – runtime
    ii libss2 1.37-2sarge1 command-line interface parsing library
    ii libssl0.9.6 0.9.6m-1 SSL shared libraries (old version)
    ii libssl0.9.7 0.9.7e-3 SSL shared libraries
    ii libstdc++2.10- 2.95.4-22 The GNU stdc++ library
    ii libstdc++5 3.3.5-13 The GNU Standard C++ Library v3
    ii libtasn1-2 0.2.10-3 Manage ASN.1 structures (runtime)
    ii libtext-charwi 0.04-1 get display widths of characters on the term
    ii libtext-iconv- 1.2-3 Convert between character sets in Perl
    ii libtext-wrapi1 0.06-1 internationalized substitute of Text::Wrap
    ii libuuid1 1.37-2sarge1 universally unique id library
    ii libwrap0 7.6.dbs-8 Wietse Venema’s TCP wrappers library
    ii login 4.0.3-31sarge5 system login tools
    ii logrotate 3.7-5 Log rotation utility
    ii mailx 8.1.2-0.200405 A simple mail user agent
    ii makedev 2.3.1-77 creates device files in /dev
    ii man-db 2.4.2-21 The on-line manual pager
    ii manpages 1.70-1 Manual pages about using a GNU/Linux system
    ii mawk 1.3.3-11 a pattern scanning and text processing langu
    ii mbr 1.1.5-2 Master Boot Record for IBM-PC compatible com
    ii mount 2.12p-4 Tools for mounting and manipulating filesyst
    ii nano 1.2.4-5 free Pico clone with some new features
    ii ncurses-base 5.4-4 Descriptions of common terminal types
    ii ncurses-bin 5.4-4 Terminal-related programs and man pages
    ii net-tools 1.60-10 The NET-3 networking toolkit
    ii netbase 4.21 Basic TCP/IP networking system
    ii netkit-inetd 0.10-10 The Internet Superserver
    ii netkit-ping 0.10-10 The ping utility from netkit
    ii nvi 1.79-22 4.4BSD re-implementation of vi
    ii passwd 4.0.3-31sarge5 change and administer password and group dat
    ii perl-base 5.8.4-8 The Pathologically Eclectic Rubbish Lister
    ii procps 3.2.1-2 The /proc file system utilities
    ii psmisc 21.5-1 Utilities that use the proc filesystem
    ii sed 4.1.2-8 The GNU sed stream editor
    ii shellutils 5.2.1-2 The GNU shell programming utilities (transit
    rc slang1 1.4.9dbs-8 The S-Lang programming library – runtime ver
    ii slang1a-utf8 1.4.9dbs-8 The S-Lang programming library with utf8 sup
    ii ssh 3.8.1p1-8.sarg Secure rlogin/rsh/rcp replacement (OpenSSH)
    ii sysklogd 1.4.1-17 System Logging Daemon
    ii sysv-rc 2.86.ds1-1 Standard boot mechanism using symlinks in /e
    ii sysvinit 2.86.ds1-1 System-V like init
    ii tar 1.14-2 GNU tar
    ii tasksel 2.24 Tool for selecting tasks for installation on
    ii tcpd 7.6.dbs-8 Wietse Venema’s TCP wrapper utilities
    ii telnet 0.17-29 The telnet client
    ii textutils 5.2.1-2 The GNU text file processing utilities (tran
    ii util-linux 2.12p-4 Miscellaneous system utilities
    ii wget 1.9.1-12 retrieves files from the web
    ii whiptail 0.51.6-20 Displays user-friendly dialog boxes from she
    ii whois 4.7.5 the GNU whois client
    ii zlib1g 1.2.2-4 compression library – runtime[/code]

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    Sweet. I am in the middle of setting up a new image with Sarge……

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    I’m just interested, what command did you use to get a list of the packages + their description?

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    Yea “cacker”!

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    [code]dpkg -l[/code]

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    To list all installed packages.
    [code]dpkg -l[/code]

    you can specify a particular package with (in this case whois)
    [code]dpkg -l whois[/code]

    and you can also use wildcards
    [code]dpkg -l net*[/code]

    Edit: You just beat me Xan

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    Beat you!

    But you win for completeness. 🙂

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    [quote:940a9b15af=”caker”]Updated the Debian Distribution to latest stable (Sarge).


    The original 3.1r0 (June 6 release) had a security bug (the box not getting security updates). Users need to manually modify config after installation in order to receive security updates.

    The updated 3.1r0a released on [b]June 8[/b] fixes this problem.

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    Only the CD ISOs had this problem, and I bet caker used the network install.

    Just in case anybody’s got the “bad” version, though, it’s easily fixed:

    [quote]If you have already installed a system using a 3.1r0 CD/DVD image, you do not need to reinstall. Instead, simply edit /etc/apt/sources.list, look for any lines mentioning security.debian.org, change “testing” to “stable”, and remove “# ” from the start of the line.[/quote]

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