dennyboy at cableone.net
Wed Jul 13 08:02:59 GMT 2005
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Today Peter Vereshagin had this to say:
> On Tue, 12 Jul 2005 15:28:05 -0500 (CDT)
> Denny White <dennyboy at cableone.net> wrote:
>> to install cdrdao which is currently version
>> 1.1.9, I believe, & then failed, with message
>> saying there's a vulnerability. There's a fixed
>> my question about the lagtime between fix and
>> inclusion. Meantime, still using burncd.
> Danny, it uses to be easy to fix the port yourself --- just correct distinfo and version in Makefile to correspond the upgraded source tarball. You should send a message to the port maintainer and your best should be to supply him/her with the upgraded port as a .tbz
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Thanks for the answer. I went ahead & did a
make -DDISABLE_VULNERABILITIES install clean
in /usr/ports/sysutils/cdrdao. After that, k3b
installed without any problem. I cvsup ports on
a regular basis, & also watch the cvs mailing
list. Hopefully, before too long, the port
maintainer will fix the problem with cdrdao.
I ran into the same thing last month with ruby.
Just didn't have much of a handle on how long
fixes usually take to show up in the src or
ports tree once they're done. Thanks again.
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