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Fedora: system-config-services-0.8.17-0.fc3.1 update Print E-mail
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Posted by Joe Shakespeare   
Fedora throw away stderr to not be confused by error messages (#142983). don't hardcode python 2.3 (#142246). remove some cruft from

Fedora Update Notification

Product     : Fedora Core 3
Name        : system-config-services
Version     : 0.8.17
Release     : 0.fc3.1
Summary     : system-config-services is an initscript and xinetd configuration utility
Description :
system-config-services is a utility which allows you to configure which services
should be enabled on your machine.


* Tue Jan 04 2005 Nils Philippsen  0.8.17-0.fc3.1

- throw away stderr to not be confused by error messages (#142983)

* Wed Dec 08 2004 Nils Philippsen  0.8.16-1

- don't hardcode python 2.3 (#142246)
- remove some cruft from

This update can be downloaded from:

e0b12566a5cebd95b9113e316a54a026  SRPMS/system-config-services-0.8.17-0.fc3.1.src.rpm
93c5eaf991c476ad26886faee818319e  x86_64/system-config-services-0.8.17-0.fc3.1.noarch.rpm
93c5eaf991c476ad26886faee818319e  i386/system-config-services-0.8.17-0.fc3.1.noarch.rpm

This update can also be installed with the Update Agent; you can
launch the Update Agent with the 'up2date' command.

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