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4/29/2010

Intrepid Inactive

Filed under: Blogging,Security,Ubuntu,Ubuntu-Server — kees @ 5:00 pm

Intrepid is now officially at end-of-life.

Looking back through my build logs, it seems my desktop did 1340 builds, spending 70 hours, 38 minutes, and 49 seconds doing builds during the development cycle of Intrepid. Once released, it performed an additional 123 builds, taking 19 hours, 29 minutes, and 48 seconds for security updates. As before, these times obviously don’t include patch hunting/development, failed builds, testing, stuff done on my laptop or the porting machines, etc.

Thank you Intrepid! You were the first release to carry the full set of by-default hardened compiler flags.

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2 Comments »

  1. And the first release to include Encrypted Private Directories!

    Thank you, Intrepid ;-)

    Comment by Dustin Kirkland — 4/29/2010 @ 5:39 pm

  2. How do you do you store & analyse your logs? And what are you counting sbuild, pbuilder, or all debuilds? I guess it’s the first one =)

    Comment by Dmitrijs Ledkovs — 4/30/2010 @ 1:47 am

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