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Fedora Core 4 Update: rpm-4.4.1-22 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora This update corrects security problem CAN-2005-2096, a zlib fix.
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Fedora Update Notification
FEDORA-2005-565
2005-07-13
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Product     : Fedora Core 4
Name        : rpm
Version     : 4.4.1                      
Release     : 22                  
Summary     : The RPM package management system.
Description :
The RPM Package Manager (RPM) is a powerful command line driven
package management system capable of installing, uninstalling,
verifying, querying, and updating software packages. Each software
package consists of an archive of files along with information about
the package like its version, a description, etc.

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Update Information:

This update corrects security problem CAN-2005-2096.
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* Wed Jul 13 2005 Paul Nasrat  - 4.4.1-22

- zlib fix for CAN-2005-2096


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This update can be downloaded from:
  http://download.fedora.redhat.com/pub/fedora/linux/core/updates/4/

4e8753f4e96768e731dc7ff33e91323f  SRPMS/rpm-4.4.1-22.src.rpm
4d2cef556d21a4590068b378222ae584  ppc/rpm-4.4.1-22.ppc.rpm
767aa8667cfb6130736fbd86f2a63750  ppc/rpm-libs-4.4.1-22.ppc.rpm
72ab6a216aeceb956ab71f27ccea7d01  ppc/rpm-devel-4.4.1-22.ppc.rpm
d0260b73251f2ebca9d46cda26ba731d  ppc/rpm-build-4.4.1-22.ppc.rpm
833d3484b4d4169b518e3cee7f8ffe8f  ppc/rpm-python-4.4.1-22.ppc.rpm
3fdc79debc0679add4e965d23a59b29e  ppc/popt-1.10.1-22.ppc.rpm
d480472dfb69566ece6f9072f2bc4bee  ppc/debug/rpm-debuginfo-4.4.1-22.ppc.rpm
604d36a26a6734dd556012d7abde53f1  ppc/popt-1.10.1-22.ppc64.rpm
37b01382694ac79ce43ab8308cd789cf  x86_64/rpm-4.4.1-22.x86_64.rpm
186c26cedfdc8602c215916749ac75a4  x86_64/rpm-libs-4.4.1-22.x86_64.rpm
5cd21dae524b0918da4cf0c28e3e0bbf  x86_64/rpm-devel-4.4.1-22.x86_64.rpm
d17768c4505657b1c64f397ea568a402  x86_64/rpm-build-4.4.1-22.x86_64.rpm
f832726f36a48a01646cfb371aca60b3  x86_64/rpm-python-4.4.1-22.x86_64.rpm
de6456c074a74c48c35f1d18dd260629  x86_64/popt-1.10.1-22.x86_64.rpm
1184723dc5506944af4758333d883265  x86_64/debug/rpm-debuginfo-4.4.1-22.x86_64.rpm
4080913a0dc8d6e3cd3efeef0ee0e225  x86_64/popt-1.10.1-22.i386.rpm
4267228376a6eaf4cdf6426d0fcf7c02  i386/rpm-4.4.1-22.i386.rpm
2905f7ab83a8a670139eaef1a7cc8ddb  i386/rpm-libs-4.4.1-22.i386.rpm
a7ea6be9916669305028f250e72b1e34  i386/rpm-devel-4.4.1-22.i386.rpm
e3da18a9335d70e8947860edac4f8ce9  i386/rpm-build-4.4.1-22.i386.rpm
8de0b8dc5b9a656fc1f760cdafdd31e4  i386/rpm-python-4.4.1-22.i386.rpm
4080913a0dc8d6e3cd3efeef0ee0e225  i386/popt-1.10.1-22.i386.rpm
97497259fd879f7a4152b4a4974f57fc  i386/debug/rpm-debuginfo-4.4.1-22.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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