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Fedora Core 2 Update: squid-2.5.STABLE9-1.FC2.2 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora Updated package.
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Fedora Update Notification
FEDORA-2005-275
2005-03-30
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Product     : Fedora Core 2
Name        : squid
Version     : 2.5.STABLE9                      
Release     : 1.FC2.2                  
Summary     : The Squid proxy caching server.
Description :
Squid is a high-performance proxy caching server for Web clients,
supporting FTP, gopher, and HTTP data objects. Unlike traditional
caching software, Squid handles all requests in a single,
non-blocking, I/O-driven process. Squid keeps meta data and especially
hot objects cached in RAM, caches DNS lookups, supports non-blocking
DNS lookups, and implements negative caching of failed requests.

Squid consists of a main server program squid, a Domain Name System
lookup program (dnsserver), a program for retrieving FTP data
(ftpget), and some management and client tools.

Note that squid-2.5.STABLE7 and later do not use /etc/squid/errors for
error messages.  If you do not want to use the default English error
messages, you must set the error_directory in your
/etc/squid/squid.conf to the appropriate subdirectory of
/usr/share/squid/errors

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* Tue Mar 29 2005 Jay Fenlason  7:2.5.STABLE9-1.FC3.2

- more upstream patches
- include -libbind patch, to prevent squid from picking up a dependency
  on libbind.
- remove references to /etc/squid/errors, since squid now uses
  {_datadir}/squid/errors/English by default.  (overridable in squid.conf)
- Mark {datadir}/squid/errors as config(noreplace) so custom error messages
  won't get scribbled on.

* Wed Mar 16 2005 Jay Fenlason  7:2.5.STABLE9-1.FC3.1

- New upstream version, with 14 upstream patches.  Includes fix for
  bz#150234 cookie leak in squid


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This update can be downloaded from:
  http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/fedora/linux/core/updates/2/

4f87823cc8d2e7dbbd1c6f0bc390c7a5  SRPMS/squid-2.5.STABLE9-1.FC2.2.src.rpm
e60b6b22ae7af50eca46e621155cfd90  x86_64/squid-2.5.STABLE9-1.FC2.2.x86_64.rpm
899e5cf5ee75a51ea8c2256bf4c2e205  x86_64/debug/squid-debuginfo-2.5.STABLE9-1.FC2.2.x86_64.rpm
f4bf9886e9c100e0ac9bf17b2e40f7d4  i386/squid-2.5.STABLE9-1.FC2.2.i386.rpm
9c06c585c6d113a154e99f8573c530dd  i386/debug/squid-debuginfo-2.5.STABLE9-1.FC2.2.i386.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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