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Subject: Release Plans (1999-05-10) To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Mon, 10 May 1999 19:06:58 +0200 (CEST) From: Richard Braakman <email@example.com> (Please send followups to debian-devel, not debian-devel-announce.) This mail is a summary of issues that affect the next release. Comments and feedback are welcome. It's supposed to be a complete list, so please contact me if your favourite issue is not listed here. I realize that I have, so far, not acted as Release Manager in the way I intended. I apologize for this, and I promise to do better from now on. A number of release goals have been proposed. I don't intend to start the freeze until all release goals are in place. * No release-critical bugs. Wichert's list shows more than 100 of these. I'll go through it soon, and probably downgrade a number of them, and mark some packages for removal when the Time Comes. (I'll ask Wichert to count those separately). Still, it's going to take some time to fix them all, and this will probably be the main factor in setting the freeze date. * Working disk sets for all released architectures. I don't know much about the plans for the boot-floppies yet. Could someone volunteer as a contact person, or tell me the best list to read? * glibc 2.1 upgrade As far as I know, this project is largely complete. There are one or two bugs left in the backward compatibility code, and there's the question of what to do with /dev/pts. * glibc 2.1 source compatibility A larger task is to ensure that all packages still compile on a glibc 2.1 development system. The sparc people may have a list of problem packages. * PAM Progress has been made toward a fully PAMified system, with X and the shadow suite being the main exceptions. I don't intend to delay the release for this, but I think it has a good chance of being completed in time anyway. * perl 5.005 I've been assured that a working upgrade plan now exists and is being worked on, one that will not involve recompiling a lot of packages. I'll still be happier if perl 5.005 is introduced at the start of the next release cycle, though. There's a lot of perl code in Debian that hasn't been tested with the new version. * FHS compliance This will involve a number of changes that will affect all packages. There's no consensus yet on how to do this, and I consider it to be still in the "early plans" stage. In the meantime, we've been moving toward FHS compatibility in little ways. * GNOME I wasn't there to see it, but I hear that the GNOME staging area has now been folded into potato and is ready for the freeze. Timescale: The freeze is at least one month away, and possibly a lot more than that. I'm not going to set a date until the number of release-critical bugs has been reduced considerably. debian-release mailing list: I think this is a good idea, and I will certainly join such a list. Return of the Revenge of Slink: A Debian 2.1r3 release should be made soon, to fix a number of outstanding bugs. I'll write a separate mail about this. Potato Architectures: As far as I know it will be the same set as in slink, i.e. i386, m68k, sparc, and alpha. If any other architectures want to make a release they will have to decide soon. Help wanted: I'd like someone in charge of chasing release-critical bugs. This means mailing maintainers to ask for plans and estimated fix times, adding comments to Wichert's bugscan list, and telling me which bugs are probably bogus. Richard Braakman
Date: Mon, 10 May 1999 18:48:37 -0500 From: BugScan reporter <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com Subject: Release-critical Bugreport for May 10, 1999 Bug stamp-out list for May 10 12:03 (CST) Total number of release-critical bugs: 112 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Package: adduser (main) Maintainer: Guy Maor <firstname.lastname@example.org> 37069 adduser: Adduser generates gids over 65535 Package: automake (main) Maintainer: Kevin Dalley <email@example.com> 8828 automake can't 'make clean' with depends on generated files Package: base (pseudo) Maintainer: Enrique Zanardi <firstname.lastname@example.org> 34719 base: /dev/ptmx should not exist unless /dev/pts is properly configured Package: base-passwd (main) Maintainer: Galen Hazelwood <email@example.com> 36007 update-passwd did many stupid things Package: bash (main) Maintainer: Guy Maor <firstname.lastname@example.org> 34125 Latest bash breaks mandb 34138 bash: bug doesn't work anymore 34717 bash: contains /bin/sh link 35214 bash: Incorrect 'case' pattern matching when LANG=fr Package: boot-floppies (main) Maintainer: Enrique Zanardi <email@example.com> 36875 resc1440tecra.bin does not install tecra kernel 36947 boot-floppies: base.tgz not found - no error message Package: cfs (non-US) Maintainer: Patrick J. Edwards <firstname.lastname@example.org> 14321 cfs: cmkdir does not work Package: cmucl (main) Maintainer: Peter Van Eynde <email@example.com> 34554 cmucl doesn't work with glibc 2.1 Package: communicator-smotif-45 (non-free) Maintainer: Adam Heath <firstname.lastname@example.org> 34806 Communicator 4.5 (Mail) crashes suddenly Package: cqcam (main) Maintainer: Martin Schulze <email@example.com> 35391 Please recompile cqcam with GTK+ 1.2 Package: crossfire-server (main) Maintainer: Darren Benham <firstname.lastname@example.org> 37203 Misconfigured path for map files?? Package: debiandoc-sgml (main) Maintainer: Ardo van Rangelrooij <email@example.com> 37268 content negotiation failing -- 'foo..html' Package: dfm (contrib) Maintainer: Michael Bramer <firstname.lastname@example.org> 35394 Please recompile dfm with GTK+ 1.2 Package: diald (main) Maintainer: Philippe Troin <email@example.com> 32592 diald: Problems with dynamic addressing and 2.2.1 kernel Package: dpkg (main) Maintainer: Ian Jackson and others <firstname.lastname@example.org> 17624 dpkg: installs regular dir when .deb contains symlink ! 1797 upgrade/downgrade dependency calculation problem 21182 dpkg: dpkg can go into an infinite loop with --force-configure-any 28519 dpkg: creates circular symlinks [POSSIBLE WORKAROUND] 28817 dpkg takes no care over libdpkg 30090 weirdass dpkg coredumps and xbase upgrade insanity 33618 dpkg: most recent hamm version, but *multiple* packages insist it be upgraded! 36385 consensus on stuff left to be fixed in slink 36431 consensus on stuff left to be fixed in slink 36972 dpkg: dpkg can remove vital files/symlinks without warning administrator 37017 dpkg: .deb should contain authentication data 37254 dpkg: update-alternatives madness 9771 install-info name conflict Package: dpkg-dev (main) Maintainer: Ian Jackson and others <email@example.com> 25405 xpm: builds libc5 package on powerpc Package: dpkg-multicd (main) Maintainer: Martin Schulze <firstname.lastname@example.org> 36948 boot-floppies: no (or bad) check for free disk space Package: dwww (main) Maintainer: Jim Pick <email@example.com> 37378 dwww: menu-method out of date Package: e2fsprogs (main) Maintainer: Yann Dirson <firstname.lastname@example.org> 35595 e2fsprogs 1.14 (e2fsck) Locks during Boot Process Package: emacs20 (main) Maintainer: Rob Browning <email@example.com> 33237 /etc/alternatives/emacs not managed properly - /usr/bin/emacs doesn't run emacs20 Package: expect5.24 (main) Maintainer: David Engel <firstname.lastname@example.org> 34283 expect5.24: alternatives bug on upgrade to slink Package: fetchmail (main) Maintainer: Paul Haggart <email@example.com> 36677 Package fetchmail_5.0.1-1.dsc not extractable Package: fileutils (main) Maintainer: Galen Hazelwood <firstname.lastname@example.org> 31717 fileutils: 'mv regularfile symlink' problems 36770 fileutils: install has problems with permissions Package: fortune-mod (main) Maintainer: Brian Bassett <email@example.com> 37091 fortune-mod: open call has hardcoded access mode Package: ftp.debian.org (pseudo) Maintainer: Guy Maor <firstname.lastname@example.org> 33979 ftp.debian.org: ftp.au.debian.org.au: slink currupt packages 34901 The xmodmap package still exists 35295 Please install new version of Release-Notes 36611 The conf package should die 36978 Please replace netstd_3.07-2.deb in ../deb_files 36981 Please install new version of README-upgrade Package: ftpwatch (main) Maintainer: Hakan Ardo <email@example.com> 35159 ftpwatch: depends on ncftp Package: gdb (main) Maintainer: Vincent Renardias <firstname.lastname@example.org> 32586 gdb ignores breakpoints 33868 gdb: Gdb segfaults on loading executable 36341 gdb: Gives a parse error when casting an expression 37420 gdb: Breakpoints don't work. Package: gicon (main) Maintainer: Martin Schulze <email@example.com> 35912 gicon must be recompiled with GTK+ 1.2 Package: guile1.3 (main) Maintainer: Craig Brozefsky <firstname.lastname@example.org> 34941 Cannot start gnucash Package: kernel-image-2.0.36 (main) Maintainer: Herbert Xu <email@example.com> 34348 Adaptec 294x boot hangs after "419 instructions downloaded" 37074 Slink boot floppies hang machine after initalizing the Adaptec AHA2940UW Package: kernel-image-2.2.1 (main) Maintainer: Johnie Ingram <firstname.lastname@example.org> 36230 Compiler failure Package: latex2html (main) Maintainer: Manoj Srivastava <email@example.com> 35837 TeX dir has changed Package: libc6 (main) Maintainer: Joel Klecker <firstname.lastname@example.org> 33832 libc6: dlopen problem. causes libraries to get opened about 4x (patch included) 34953 The elm problem 35315 libc6: unterminated ttyname breaks screen [fix included] 36016 I tried a partial upgrade and hosed my system 36050 Suspect problems in libc6 36584 nss' compat does not work with shadow nis Package: libgtk-imlib-perl (main) Maintainer: Paolo Molaro <email@example.com> 35918 libgtk-imlib-perl must be recompiled against GTK+ 1.2 Package: libgtk-perl (main) Maintainer: Paolo Molaro <firstname.lastname@example.org> 33704 Dependancy on libgtk1.1 is not and cannot be satisfied! Package: libtool (main) Maintainer: Ossama Othman <email@example.com> 37286 Again big-endian trouble with libtool Package: lintian (main) Maintainer: Richard Braakman <firstname.lastname@example.org> 35423 lintian: dies on manpages check (file-info) Package: lsof (main) Maintainer: Jim Mintha <email@example.com> 31935 lsof: addings for glibc-2.1 and linux-2.2 Package: makedev (main) Maintainer: Bdale Garbee <firstname.lastname@example.org> 37204 makedev,sysklogd: /dev/xconsole reveals privileged information to non-root users Package: man-db (main) Maintainer: Fabrizio Polacco <email@example.com> 35326 man-db: Newest man-db breaks the pager on all terminals -- no scrollback, stray lines, etc. Package: mount (main) Maintainer: Vincent Renardias <firstname.lastname@example.org> 34292 mount sometimes trashes /etc/mtab Package: netstd (main) Maintainer: Herbert Xu <email@example.com> 34849 netstd: Version of netstd in potato is missing security fixes from slink version Package: nfs-server (main) Maintainer: Herbert Xu <firstname.lastname@example.org> 36732 problem between nfs-server 2.2beta37-1 (slink) and netstd 3.07-2 (hamm) 37180 nfs-server: rpc.mountd hangs regulary Package: nonus.debian.org (pseudo) Maintainer: Heiko Schlittermann <email@example.com> 35578 No passiv ftp possible on nonus.debian.org 35579 backlock in Incoming of nonus.debian.org Package: omniorb (main) Maintainer: Brent A. Fulgham <firstname.lastname@example.org> 36096 CORBA_sysdep.h does not define byte order Package: pcmcia-modules-2.0.34 (main) Maintainer: 33929 pcmcia-modules-2.0.34: unresolved symbols in slink, disastrous upgrade from hamm SOLUTION: drop kernel 2.0.34 from slink Package: pgp5i (non-US) Maintainer: Tommi Virtanen <email@example.com> 31577 pgp5i: pgps encrypts if text has 8bit characters Package: pilot-link (main) Maintainer: Dermot Bradley <firstname.lastname@example.org> 31806 pilot-link: Can't build from source Package: ppp (main) Maintainer: Philip Hands <email@example.com> 35064 /root/.ppprc Package: pvm (main) Maintainer: Drake Diedrich <Drake.Diedrich@anu.edu.au> 37290 pvm_3.4.0-3(unstable): build error due to root-owned files Package: python-base (main) Maintainer: Gregor Hoffleit <firstname.lastname@example.org> 36687 python-base: esmtp broken in smtplib.py Package: rexec (main) Maintainer: Herbert Xu <email@example.com> 36466 rexec: always prompts for username/passwd Package: rsync (main) Maintainer: Philip Hands <firstname.lastname@example.org> 36179 directory specification is ignored 36216 [email@example.com: rsync 2.3.1 release - security fix] Package: setserial (main) Maintainer: Gordon Russell <firstname.lastname@example.org> 31542 setserial: uses obsolete ioctls on 2.1|2 kernels 32434 setserial: the use of rc.boot is obsolete 34637 setserial hangs for a bit on Sun architectures Package: sgml-base (main) Maintainer: Manoj Srivastava <email@example.com> 28704 sgml-base: sgml entity handling should conform to Cees de Groot's proposed std Package: silo (main) Maintainer: Davide Barbieri <firstname.lastname@example.org> 34896 silo looks for kernel image in wrong place on sun4u Package: smail (main) Maintainer: Soenke Lange <email@example.com> 35092 smail crashes! 36349 smail: Sig11 Package: smalleiffel (main) Maintainer: Oliver Elphick <Oliver.Elphick@lfix.co.uk> 36973 smalleiffel: bad source package Package: ssh (non-US) Maintainer: Philip Hands <firstname.lastname@example.org> 36478 root can access client X display 36632 ssh: Cannot connect to remote host using .shosts with RSA host authentication. Package: ssleay (non-US) Maintainer: Christoph Martin <email@example.com> 36769 Sparc considered as little endian Package: tcpdump (main) Maintainer: Peter Tobias <firstname.lastname@example.org> 36692 ARM port issues Package: telnet98 (non-US) Maintainer: Ian Lynagh <email@example.com> 30927 telnet98: Telnet98 segfaults Package: tetex-bin (main) Maintainer: Christoph Martin <firstname.lastname@example.org> 36671 tetex-bin: xdvi fails on gzipped files Package: textutils (main) Maintainer: Galen Hazelwood <email@example.com> 36795 textutils: tail argument parsing is fubar Package: vice (contrib) Maintainer: Giuliano Procida <firstname.lastname@example.org> 37201 ROM images in source package Package: watchdog (main) Maintainer: Johnie Ingram <email@example.com> 34895 type conversion problem Package: wu-ftpd-academ (main) Maintainer: Heiko Schlittermann <firstname.lastname@example.org> 34206 User ftp must not be created without my permission 34418 wu-ftpd-academ: this ain't a licence! Package: xaw3dg (main) Maintainer: joost witteveen <email@example.com> 35105 xcontrib: viewres fails miserably Package: xlockmore (main) Maintainer: Herbert Xu <firstname.lastname@example.org> 35468 xlockmore-4.1 -mode bug segfaults Package: xmcd (main) Maintainer: Wichert Akkerman <email@example.com> 35177 xmcd: bad default device and $XMCD_LIBDIR dependency Package: xserver-neomagic (non-free) Maintainer: Ian Lynagh <firstname.lastname@example.org> 34815 xserver-neomagic: XBF-NeoMagic core dumps with new libraries Package: xserver-xsun (main) Maintainer: Branden Robinson <email@example.com> 35613 xserver-xsun: X server doesn't check /dev/fb? perms correctly [PATCH] Package: yorick (main) Maintainer: David H. Munro <firstname.lastname@example.org> 37405 yorick_1.4-12(unstable): Uses i386 assembler This post is automatically generated. Please send comments to email@example.com .
From: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: 10 May 1999 11:04:19 -0000 To: email@example.com Subject: Uploaded rsync 2.3.1-0.slink.1 (source i386) to uk -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Format: 1.5 Date: Sat, 8 May 1999 10:53:53 +0100 Source: rsync Binary: rsync Architecture: source i386 Version: 2.3.1-0.slink.1 Distribution: stable Urgency: high Maintainer: Philip Hands <firstname.lastname@example.org> Description: rsync - fast remote file copy program (like rcp) Changes: rsync (2.3.1-0.slink.1) stable; urgency=high . * New upstream release (security fix) Files: 6a8e3606d4447a84402738c3dff56e16 625 net optional rsync_2.3.1-0.slink.1.dsc 907a0ae01417d54e53cb84b069ba1620 307130 net optional rsync_2.3.1.orig.tar.gz f0c1e8a59d845f9e730077ab58d4b857 4570 net optional rsync_2.3.1-0.slink.1.diff.gz 1596e1746d1685a69972851b62eb66c1 91358 net optional rsync_2.3.1-0.slink.1_i386.deb -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: 2.6.3ia Charset: noconv iQCVAwUBNza8UsUoGuUEZOflAQFiNwP9GQr0Rmz+5Z6FNj+EiYylqWmjqM2c/VfO fXgG+ozQ/wpfnLWqnLnNORPR8vfEdGqXGXFborS+rrgt/aCF8Q7WDu84rfb3EanI Ex/9tsypReuu2OusZOW7UNcETIwb/krUiiiCLt1ECSktraJUAw3dq1euPgCMZA3Z eJoUh1yLOYs= =xA2A -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
To: email@example.com Subject: Re: Homapages in list of maintainers From: Taketoshi Sano <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: 10 May 1999 19:02:44 +0900 Hi, I'm one of the members in Debian JP, and a self candidate to a maintainer in Debian. In article <19990508072131P.email@example.com> Atsuhito Kohda <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > From: Andreas Tille <email@example.com> > Subject: Re: Homapages in list of maintainers > Date: Fri, 7 May 1999 11:27:03 +0200 (METDST) >> By the way: is there really a need to split Debian JP from >> Debian?? Sounds curious for me. > No, completely no :-) My poor English may confuse you but > the aim of Debian JP is > - to help Debian to be more internationalized, > - and so Debian JP will contribute packages created by maintainers > of Debian JP to Debian. ... > But some barriers prevent us from becoming official maintainers > so the merging Debian JP into Debian does not work well now. I have heard that some self-candidates from Debian JP felt that the Debian Project rejects them as a maintainer, because: one of them had not receive no answers for long time, more than a month is too long enough for ordinary people. one of them did not have no English-written certificate, He was a high school student at that time, and did not have the passport. He cannot get Driver's License since the laws in Japan prohibit those under 18-years-old to get the license, as well as many high school in Japan also prohibit their student to get the license as the school rules. (In fact, the Driver's License itself is no-use because that is all written in Japanese, so the required is not only the license itself, but also International License with extra fee.) He got the chance to meet fellow Debian maintainers face to face after all, but it takes some extra period and effort unnecessary. and one of them had not enough time to wait the oversea call at home. He worked at laboratory, and during the experimentation, he can't respond any call. The experimentation sometimes continues all over the night. He can make time to debianize some software and he already uploads some interesting packages to Debian JP, but he can't upload to Debian now although he himself wishes to do it. He wishes that let him know at least the time of calling in advance, so he can prepare to respond the call. Currently, nothing is to be known when the telephone rings, even at day, night, or midnight. "developers-reference" told us A phone number where we can call you. Remember that the new maintainer team usually calls during evening hours to save on long distance tolls. Please do not give a work number, unless you are generally there in the evening. but When is the "evening hours" ? or Where this "the evening hours" have meaning at ? We don't know where the person at new-maintainer lives in. If he lives in, say, NewYork city, "the evening hours" may be 17:00-21:00 there, and 07:00-11:00 morning here. Without the announce in advance, those who lives in Japan have some difficulty to continue to wait a telephone call hopelessly for a few months at such working time. Some days ago, the dispute arose on Debian JP project, about the release of next JP Packages. We think that the JP Packages should (at least) be slim as much as we can, and our goal is the abolishment of JP Packages (all JP Packages either go into Debian or get being unnecessary, that means we do not require the separate localized packages to handle with our language). Some members including current Debian maintainers (whom we call as "official maintainers") insist that the action should have taken now to speed up the contribution of JP packages into Debian. The proposed action is to make an explicitly declaration that "official" maintainers can freely take and move the JP packages debianized by non "official" maintainers. Why is this needed ? There is a barrier or filter to be a maintainer on Debian currently, and it is easy to take and move than to wait patiently the willing JP member to be registered as a maintainer. BTW, related to that dispute, an "official" maintainer said the "filter" works effectively. Is this the common idea to Debian people ? Does Debian needs the filter to trap and drop the willing self-candidate who have made and maitained a qualified package already ? "developers-reference" told us: The process of registering as a developer is a process of verifying your identity and intentions. As the number of people working on Debian GNU/Linux has grown to over 400 people and our systems are used in several very important places we have to be careful about being compromised. Therefore, we need to verify new maintainers before we can give them accounts on our servers and letting them upload packages. I understand (or at least hope to understand) this and I think also some verification mechanism is required. But I doubt the enoughness and effectiveness of the current processing mechanism. "developers-reference" told us also: Once this information is received and processed, you should be contacted with information about your new Debian maintainer account. If you don't hear anything within 7-14 days, please send a followup message asking if your original application was received. Do not re-send your original application, that will just confuse the new-maintainer team. Please be patient, especially near release points; mistakes do occasionally happen, and people do sometimes run out of volunteer time. so according to this, I should be waiting at least more 11 days patiently before sending a followup. P.S. I think, and hope that the Debian is "open" project. -- Taketoshi Sano: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Mon, 10 May 1999 10:06:39 -0400 From: "Collins M. Ben " <email@example.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: glibc 2.1.1 status Just so everyone knows...I am bringing my sun4m home so that I can test and debug this glibc 2.1.1 problem further. In the mean time I am going to upload glibc 2.1.1-5 with a preinst script that _will_ fail in sun4m and non kernel 2.2 systems. For the interested, I don't see any vfork() calls in init, so I'm not so sure this is the problem. I am starting to think that there is a missing signal (or an errant one). Give me some time (or if you are impatient, try some debugging on your own and share your results). For all of you bitten by this mishap I apologize, please email me privately if you need assistance getting your system back up. Ben
Date: Mon, 10 May 1999 17:02:46 -0700 From: "Ivan E. Moore II" <email@example.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: KDE Debian packages For those of you interested...KDE is available via apt-get at the following site: add this to your /etc/apt/sources.list file deb http://snowcrash.tdyc.com/debian slink rkrusty or deb http://snowcrash.tdyc.com/debian potato rkrusty depending on your version. They are still being worked on and fixed up as the ones on ftp.kde.org are not up to speed and have other issues I won't go into. I am also in the process of fixing up the debian stuff in the KDE CVS tree itself so soon they will be up to snuff and everything should be working the way they should. If your interested in keeping up to speed on this process, a mailing list has been created for that purpose. Send mail to email@example.com with a body of subscribe kde Currently there are i386 and alpha versions available. (And partial powerpc versions). Sparc should be coming along soon as well. I have also available other extra packages such as kpilot, khotkeys and kthememgr. (tho kthememgr is HUGE!). Ivan =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Ivan E. Moore II Rev. Krusty http://snowcrash.tdyc.com firstname.lastname@example.org -=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- GPG KeyID=0E1A75E3 GPG Fingerprint=3291 F65F 01C9 A4EC DD46 C6AB FBBC D7FF 0E1A 75E3 =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=
From: email@example.com Date: Tue, 11 May 1999 06:57:53 +0200 To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Uploaded zmailer 2.99.50.s17-1 (source i386) to erlangen -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Format: 1.5 Date: Tue, 11 May 1999 06:46:18 +0200 Source: zmailer Binary: zmailer Architecture: source i386 Version: 2.99.50.s17-1 Distribution: unstable Urgency: high Maintainer: Remco van de Meent <email@example.com> Description: zmailer - Mailer for Extreme Performance Demands Changes: zmailer (2.99.50.s17-1) unstable; urgency=high . * New upstream release * SECURITY FIX !! Quote from upstream: There is a SECURITY FAULT in all ZMailer smtpservers that allow running router in interactive mode to assist/do address analysis with user inputs. This fault exists in *ALL* versions of ZMailer previous to this one! (even 2.2.1 !) Files: 08c56c5d3b0e5fbed56663484614101a 646 mail optional zmailer_2.99.50.s17-1.dsc a70a190ebb9cee5cd2a3de82c6e4bd1d 3897834 mail optional zmailer_2.99.50.s17.orig.tar.gz 6b0d5a3eed119bb38a67f916f91bde62 103506 mail optional zmailer_2.99.50.s17-1.diff.gz 6e91bce37013775c9bc2374064c6e95e 764500 mail optional zmailer_2.99.50.s17-1_i386.deb -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: 2.6.3ia Charset: noconv iQCVAwUBNze4PHshFlMr6aF5AQFGxgQAoLF84rh4xBp8Qj3aRZoaEhHvr47s0V2U DVf1c7uKW/ll4JrfWzx4n9r2rYIQHMFYzB8P8nb2sXIzdo/mfWjb/Q+PWyJDdF91 c+MsV+OPMmiaL5eLUwruHrIP23lwqOi0ADYGcIz3xrnz2aSviv0nc6zTmb7qdZEM C4Lg9exy6ac= =C4/Q -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
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