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Old 16th March 2014
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Default M:tier Updates - Positive Experience

Today at 7:40am PST, my internet facing OpenBSD 5.4 box had more known security vulnerabilities addressed than my OpenBSD 5.5current box.

Updates applied:

mutt-1.5.21p4v0-sasl ---> mutt-1.5.21p5v0-sasl
qt4-4.8.2p8 ---> qt4-4.8.2p8

The caveat is that OpenBSD 5.5 ports is frozen at this time building for release. Still, I can report that my 4 month experience with M:tier has been positive.
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The caveat is that OpenBSD 5.5 ports is frozen at this time building for release. Still, I can report that my 4 month experience with M:tier has been positive.
If you need those updates on -current, use ports.
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