Tepatche: Automatic OpenBSD system patcher
OpenBSD is a stable, robust and secure operating system. Systems administrators running OpenBSD tend to be also more security conscious than administrators running other operating systems. Nevertheless, patching an OpenBSD system can be a tedious process for many people. If a person manages multiple OpenBSD servers, patching each of them can be a long and repetitive task, ideal for automatization.
Tepatche will periodically check the FTP site we indicate it to, and if there is a new patch to be applied, downloads, applies, builds and installs it. Tepatche mantains a small status database to know in what is the status of each of the system's patches.
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