OpenSSL 1.0.1i (UNCLASSIFIED)
McKinney, Daniel James CTR NG NGB ARNG (US)
daniel.j.mckinney.ctr at mail.mil
Tue Aug 19 21:16:21 CEST 2014
Hello CSW Users,
I saw the RSS feed for the following announcement:
"Versions 0.9.8zb and 1.0.1i have landed in the unstable catalog. Thanks, Yann!"
My company is requiring us to upgrade our OpenSSL from 1.0.1h to 1.0.1i.
On our SPARC Solaris 10 server, I ran the following commands:
# /opt/csw/bin/pkgutil -U
=> Fetching new catalog and descriptions (http://mirror.opencsw.org/opencsw/testing/sparc/5.10) if available ...
==> 3712 packages loaded from /var/opt/csw/pkgutil/catalog.mirror.opencsw.org_opencsw_testing_sparc_5.10
# /opt/csw/bin/pkgutil -a CSWopenssl-utils
common package catalog size
openssl_utils CSWopenssl-utils 1.0.1h,REV=2014.06.06 1.1 MB
# /opt/csw/bin/pkgutil -y -i CSWopenssl-utils
Solving needed dependencies ...
Solving dependency order ...
3 CURRENT packages:
Install 2 NEW packages:
Total size: 1.1 MB
=> Fetching CSWisaexec-0.2,REV=2009.03.26 (1/2) ...
=> Fetching CSWopenssl-utils-1.0.1h,REV=2014.06.06 (2/2) ...
=> Installing CSWisaexec-0.2,REV=2009.03.26 (1/2) ...
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Copying /usr/lib/isaexec to /opt/csw/bin/isaexec
Installation of <CSWisaexec> was successful.
=> Installing CSWopenssl-utils-1.0.1h,REV=2014.06.06 (2/2) ...
Please see /opt/csw/share/doc/openssl_utils/license for license information.
Copying sample config to /etc/opt/csw/ssl/openssl.cnf
Installation of <CSWopenssl-utils> was successful.
# /opt/csw/bin/openssl version
OpenSSL 1.0.1h 5 Jun 2014
So, my question is, how do I get the CSW "pkgutil" command to point to the "unstable catalog" that the RSS feed mentioned so that I can get the "openssl version" command to output "1.0.1i"?
Thanks ahead of time as this service is a god-send for us!
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