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Fedora Core 4 Update: jwhois-3.2.3-3.3.fc4.1 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora Updates jwhois to 3.2.3 and updates the default configuration.
Fedora Update Notification

Product     : Fedora Core 4
Name        : jwhois
Version     : 3.2.3                      
Release     : 3.3.fc4.1                  
Summary     : Internet whois/nicname client.
Description :
A whois client that accepts both traditional and finger-style queries.

Update Information:

Updates jwhois to 3.2.3 and updates the default configuration.
* Wed Apr 19 2006 Miloslav Trmac  - 3.2.3-3.3.fc4.1
- Update to upstream config as of Apr 19 2006 (#188366)
* Fri Feb 10 2006 Jesse Keating  - 3.2.3-3.2.1
- bump again for double-long bug on ppc(64)
* Tue Feb  7 2006 Jesse Keating  - 3.2.3-3.2
- rebuilt for new gcc4.1 snapshot and glibc changes
* Fri Dec  9 2005 Jesse Keating 
- rebuilt
* Fri Nov 11 2005 Miloslav Trmac  - 3.2.3-3
- Ship ChangeLog
* Fri Aug  5 2005 Miloslav Trmac  - 3.2.3-2
- Don't die on SIGPIPE if a browser is not present, improve the error message
* Mon Aug  1 2005 Miloslav Trmac  - 3.2.3-1
- Update to jwhois-3.2.3
- Don't compress manually
* Sun Jun 12 2005 Miloslav Trmac  - 3.2.2-16
- Remove 'fuzzy' from ru.po header to make charset conversion work (#160165)
* Sat Jun 11 2005 Miloslav Trmac  - 3.2.2-15
- Update to upstream config as of Jun 11 2005, remove patches accepted upstream

This update can be downloaded from:

df7e0425c0b3c133863a2efe68e29bd7d7b7ba34  SRPMS/jwhois-3.2.3-3.3.fc4.1.src.rpm
2093c84a9cc5f16adf89056cf454c4b8de08b7cf  ppc/jwhois-3.2.3-3.3.fc4.1.ppc.rpm
2a7de1a25adfe31c4021ba081c2963b4dec8ada1  ppc/debug/jwhois-debuginfo-3.2.3-3.3.fc4.1.ppc.rpm
6e6b8a5e3487fa2b4b2d434360991f009d2cd4f5  x86_64/jwhois-3.2.3-3.3.fc4.1.x86_64.rpm
6bc3cca21999e5210ed3055942ed8a2e45a3d2f3  x86_64/debug/jwhois-debuginfo-3.2.3-3.3.fc4.1.x86_64.rpm
50ebd00a9ca2f0fd04af4779f96fce8141c16bf4  i386/jwhois-3.2.3-3.3.fc4.1.i386.rpm
b2601d3c679d5908e1d2ee0db4370aae2c01a0cc  i386/debug/jwhois-debuginfo-3.2.3-3.3.fc4.1.i386.rpm

This update can be installed with the 'yum' update program.  Use 'yum update
package-name' at the command line.  For more information, refer to 'Managing
Software with yum,' available at

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