Alexander Leidinger

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Feb
24

A new linux-f10-pango port is ready

In the last days I took (and even had) the time to install a VM with Fedora 10, updated all the pack­ages after instal­la­tion, and cre­ated a new linux–f10-pango port (v 1.28.3). I did this because the port has a secu­rity vul­ner­a­bil­ity accord­ing to our VuXML DB and there where more and more reports in the last months from users which had a prob­lem with this.

Dur­ing the update of the port I noticed that the port does not con­tain a FORBIDDEN entry, just por­tau­dit com­plains about it because there is an entry in the VuXML. That is not nice. I was told that the ports slush will be lifted soon (I need to bump some PORTRE­VI­SIONs), this means that I can com­mit the update prob­a­bly tomor­row, just in time when the new RPM should hit the FreeBSD dis­tri­b­u­tion infra­struc­ture (MASTER_SITE_LOCAL is updated once a day from a spe­cific folder in our home directories).

Thanks to Luchesar V. ILIEV for the nice writeup of what to install in Fedora 10 to be able to build RPMs, and the descrip­tion of how to build your own RPM.

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