A client has a few Vyatta installations that they're eventually wanting to replace with VyOS. In the interim, they're running Vyatta 6.6 (last version prior to the sale to Brocade). It's an internal router without any external interfaces, but would still prefer its version of bash to be patched.
Updating the system with sudo apt-get update results in these errors.
Vyatta Core, an operating system that can connect and secure physical networks as well as virtual and cloud computing infrastructures, is now at version 6.6.Vyatta 6.6 open, software-based approach offers users a flexible, affordable alternative to proprietary, hardware-based routers, firewalls, and various VPN devices.Highlights of Vyatta Core 6.6:• The product has been rebranded to reflect