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Fedora Core 4 Update: netpbm-10.28-1.FC4.1 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora Update package.
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Fedora Update Notification
FEDORA-2005-657
2005-07-29
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Product     : Fedora Core 4
Name        : netpbm
Version     : 10.28                      
Release     : 1.FC4.1                  
Summary     : A library for handling different graphics file formats.
Description :
The netpbm package contains a library of functions that support
programs for handling various graphics file formats, including .pbm
(portable bitmaps), .pgm (portable graymaps), .pnm (portable anymaps),
.ppm (portable pixmaps), and others.

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* Fri Jul 29 2005 Jindrich Novy  10.28-1.FC4.1
- update to 10.28
- regenerate man pages
- sync .security, .security2, .gcc4 patches
- drop upstreamed .pngtopnm, .badlink, .pnmcolormap patches
- create symlink pnmtopnm -> pamtopnm, this works now in
  netpbm-10.28 (#161436)
- fix buffer overflow in pbmtolj (#163596)


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

ee8020858110b1d67d1ff92f31c64e61  SRPMS/netpbm-10.28-1.FC4.1.src.rpm
62b7bd20512341985149604358e66732  ppc/netpbm-10.28-1.FC4.1.ppc.rpm
10285a891947916fde5bb83b5f458432  ppc/netpbm-devel-10.28-1.FC4.1.ppc.rpm
cc1bd9c760b30bac32915e32289bdacc  ppc/netpbm-progs-10.28-1.FC4.1.ppc.rpm
5faed60ff7b4aa85ee73eb2e8072e883  ppc/debug/netpbm-debuginfo-10.28-1.FC4.1.ppc.rpm
1f9df264fbb9b3b997f53884d95a7fd9  ppc/netpbm-10.28-1.FC4.1.ppc64.rpm
afd5dc47bd365da298dddeb7d1f97cbf  x86_64/netpbm-10.28-1.FC4.1.x86_64.rpm
5b0b89c317398ea4c12819ef45cd980c  x86_64/netpbm-devel-10.28-1.FC4.1.x86_64.rpm
0e923c9418b29b890e22cc9756486575  x86_64/netpbm-progs-10.28-1.FC4.1.x86_64.rpm
09b5d0a443a49c58fefebbe47f15a0ab 
x86_64/debug/netpbm-debuginfo-10.28-1.FC4.1.x86_64.rpm
0332567d93af4d9a62702d8988871bce  x86_64/netpbm-10.28-1.FC4.1.i386.rpm
0332567d93af4d9a62702d8988871bce  i386/netpbm-10.28-1.FC4.1.i386.rpm
972325b75ba120cc3784b894f5fe3d54  i386/netpbm-devel-10.28-1.FC4.1.i386.rpm
c0193dd1c85f2bedb3122587241594a8  i386/netpbm-progs-10.28-1.FC4.1.i386.rpm
6d3ccf5e722a331198c30024087c1e82  i386/debug/netpbm-debuginfo-10.28-1.FC4.1.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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