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Mandrake: dietlibc fix  07 December 2004 
There was a problem with dietlibc in Mandrakelinux 10.0/amd64 where it would not provide proper support for the AMD64 architecture. The updated package fixes this.
Mandrake: drakxtools update  07 December 2004 
Beginning immediately, all bug reports for stable releases will be handled via Bugzilla at The drakbug tool has been updated to point users of stable releases to Bugzilla.
Mandrake: libxpm4 correct issues with previous update  30 November 2004 
The previous libxpm4 update had a linking error that resulted in a missing s_popen symbol error running applications dependant on the library. In addition, the file path checking in the security updates prevented some applications, like gimp-2.0 from being able to save xpm format images.
Mandrake: kdepim various bugs fix  27 November 2004 
A number of bugs in kdepim are fixed with this update.
Mandrake: kdelibs various bugs fix  26 November 2004 
A number of bugs in kdelibs are fixed with this update.
Mandrake: kdebase various bugs fixes  26 November 2004 
A number of bugs in kdebase are fixed with this update.
Mandrake: zip vulnerability fix  25 November 2004 
A vulnerability in zip was discovered where zip would not check the resulting path length when doing recursive folder compression, which could allow a malicious person to convince a user to create an archive containing a specially-crafted path name.
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