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Old 7th September 2010
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Default Determining patch level

Folks,
I've patched and recompiled my system without a problem. My concern is how can I verify whether the binary components have indeed been patched. Am I able to determine the patch level of the kernel (and other components) from the binaries? Say I assume responsibility for a system, how can I determine if its been patched?
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