Samba 2.2.8 vs 2.2.8a on 4.8 Release
jeremy at gaddis.org
Sat Aug 23 08:11:07 PDT 2003
Samba 2.2.8a is an update of 2.2.8 that fixes a remote buffer
overflow leading to a remote root compromise.
Go with 2.2.8a.
Jeremy L. Gaddis <jeremy at gaddis.org> <http://www.gaddis.org>
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> [mailto:owner-freebsd-questions at freebsd.org] On Behalf Of RA Cohen
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> Subject: Samba 2.2.8 vs 2.2.8a on 4.8 Release
> Hi all,
> In the process of debugging my SAMBA installation, I
> discovered I've compiled SAMBA v 2.2.8a on my 4.8 RELEASE
> box. The 2.2.8a is listed in the ports collection as being
> for 4.8 STABLE,
> while 2.2.8 is for RELEASE. Should I uninstall and make the
> 2.2.8 or just leave things as they are?
> [I know I should upgrade to STABLE but that has to wait a bit]
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