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Fedora Core 4 Update: mgetty-1.1.33-3_FC4 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora Updated package.
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Fedora Update Notification
FEDORA-2005-643
2005-07-27
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Product     : Fedora Core 4
Name        : mgetty
Version     : 1.1.33                      
Release     : 3_FC4                  
Summary     : A getty replacement for use with data and fax modems.
Description :
The mgetty package contains a "smart" getty which allows logins over a
serial line (i.e., through a modem). If you are using a Class 2 or 2.0
modem, mgetty can receive faxes. If you also need to send faxes,
you need to install the sendfax program.

If you plan to dial in to your system using a modem, you should
install the mgetty package. If you want to send faxes using mgetty and
your modem, you need to install the mgetty-sendfax program. If you
need a viewer for faxes, you also need to install the mgetty-viewfax
package.

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* Fri Jul 22 2005 Jason Vas Dias  1.1.31-10
- fix bug 162174: prevent uninterruptable hang on exit() when
                  direct line disconnected (kernel bug 164002)
		  do tcflush(1,TCOFLUSH) before exit() in sig_goodbye()
	  	  block signals before entering syslog()
  workaround build system 'buffer overflow checks' bug:
                  use memcpy instead of sprintf in record.c, line 53


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

5924a1a7a9f7ef2e122c3ee5dd4d6fb5  SRPMS/mgetty-1.1.33-3_FC4.src.rpm
c4007c383d8ad6f30d2dfb50df7b9f75  ppc/mgetty-1.1.33-3_FC4.ppc.rpm
f4853b404588fb81a375da91165188dd  ppc/mgetty-sendfax-1.1.33-3_FC4.ppc.rpm
af48c65d4fde205c2fdc41be27b6f9c8  ppc/mgetty-voice-1.1.33-3_FC4.ppc.rpm
62353a742ac4a8e5e7796278847b0b3b  ppc/mgetty-viewfax-1.1.33-3_FC4.ppc.rpm
4cc04819e88026b69e8588fc2e656a2e  ppc/debug/mgetty-debuginfo-1.1.33-3_FC4.ppc.rpm
7162bdc66c6841704ed96a27e2f67e6a  x86_64/mgetty-1.1.33-3_FC4.x86_64.rpm
6e7b915e0f8fdbd6dc1a4a8e4baac4b7  x86_64/mgetty-sendfax-1.1.33-3_FC4.x86_64.rpm
ee213000325f49631fcffd9af828d5da  x86_64/mgetty-voice-1.1.33-3_FC4.x86_64.rpm
9d07b7647b216b9c8664d73313d3e7e2  x86_64/mgetty-viewfax-1.1.33-3_FC4.x86_64.rpm
7d2f137e56779554cd59203646ba71b8 
x86_64/debug/mgetty-debuginfo-1.1.33-3_FC4.x86_64.rpm
8e099195c1ec4b8309ae134ffc6342a4  i386/mgetty-1.1.33-3_FC4.i386.rpm
a3683e93a54975d071a852fe7cfb33f1  i386/mgetty-sendfax-1.1.33-3_FC4.i386.rpm
9de213053785c30bff24c7173927f8c2  i386/mgetty-voice-1.1.33-3_FC4.i386.rpm
60919ec7396b734ffff0acb79b5c7dbe  i386/mgetty-viewfax-1.1.33-3_FC4.i386.rpm
f06ecae117bad7a69a0cdbc0093043d2  i386/debug/mgetty-debuginfo-1.1.33-3_FC4.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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