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JamesMcCutcheon

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Hi all

Looking to update a VMware appliance version of Connect that I've recently inherited. Running Debian 6, 32 bit. No problems updating the software, but I notice that the Debian security repository is not in the sources.list file. Is there a specific reason for this? Can I add the applicable repository and patch the vulnerabilities likely present? Or is that just going to break everything? I guess I can take a snapshot and just do it and see if it breaks, but I'd rather not risk doing so and finding a feature is broken 2 months down the track.

Any guidance/experiences would be welcome. Thanks.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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JamesMcCutcheon

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Thanks, Pavel.

That document clarifies that the security repository /should/ be there. It is interesting that it is not, but I will add it back in now.

Thanks for the quick response.
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