I am aware that ubuntu locks releases of packages and applies bug fixes. Taking the example of php,
php -v may report something like the following:
Here we have php versions 5.3.10 with security fixes applied by Ubuntu contributors with an internal version number of 1ubuntu3.4
First question is am I correct so far?
Now when I do
apache2 -v I see the following:
Server version: Apache/2.2.22 (Ubuntu)
Now I know I have the Apache release 2.2.22 but it doesnt seem to tell me what the internal ubuntu version number is. In reference to another question: How do I apply a security update to apache I need to be able to properly identify which ubuntu patch is applied to confirm if a security fix has been applied.
dpkg -l apache2 starts to tell me this but seems to get cut off:
ii apache2 2.2.22-1ubuntu Apache HTTP Server metapackage
How can i get this info?