How do I manually patch security bugs safely without damaging the system for information security purposes on my Ubuntu system that I am running on one of my mobile computers? I need to find packages for armel only. I am running Ubuntu 10.04 LTS.
Here is my research into how I can manually patch security bugs:
Make list of all security bugs from Ubuntu security notice website and write down name of packages to download and install for armel manually in the terminal.
Find all necessary dependencies and write out an organized plan to safely install proper dependencies as it may damage the outdated system since backtrack 5 is basically Ubuntu 10.04.
Manually patch the basics such as the openssl heartbleed bug with the new openssl and manually patch the glibc bug with the newer package for armel by simply downloading the packages and manually installing them on the terminal.
I must be able to run this outdated version of Ubuntu 10.04 LTS on my device since my kernel is outdated so is this the safest route?