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Slackware: 2010-305-01: seamonkey: Security Update Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Slackware New seamonkey packages are available for Slackware 12.2, 13.0, 13.1, and -current to fix security issues. [More Info...]
[slackware-security]  seamonkey (SSA:2010-305-01)

New seamonkey packages are available for Slackware 12.2, 13.0, 13.1,
and -current to fix security issues.

Here are the details from the Slackware 13.1 ChangeLog:
patches/packages/seamonkey-2.0.10-i486-1_slack13.1.txz:  Upgraded.
  This release fixes some more security vulnerabilities.
  For more information, see:
  (* Security fix *)
patches/packages/seamonkey-solibs-2.0.10-i486-1_slack13.1.txz:  Upgraded.

Where to find the new packages:

HINT:  Getting slow download speeds from
Give a try.  This is another primary FTP site
for Slackware that can be considerably faster than downloading
directly from

Thanks to the friendly folks at the OSU Open Source Lab
( for donating additional FTP and rsync hosting
to the Slackware project!  :-)

Also see the "Get Slack" section on for
additional mirror sites near you.

Updated packages for Slackware 12.2:

Updated packages for Slackware 13.0:

Updated packages for Slackware x86_64 13.0:

Updated packages for Slackware 13.1:

Updated packages for Slackware x86_64 13.1:

Updated packages for Slackware -current:

Updated packages for Slackware x86_64 -current:

MD5 signatures:

Slackware 12.2 packages:
7a9d1a52fe260b9dbaad8f478d75bc80  seamonkey-2.0.10-i486-1_slack12.2.tgz
7116d9898db5b0230bc047eae7fe1587  seamonkey-solibs-2.0.10-i486-1_slack12.2.tgz

Slackware 13.0 packages:
2aac613658caaa0ca33ec2b568d1bab7  seamonkey-2.0.10-i486-1_slack13.0.txz
9c44b809fb7822eaa58d2da2c970b68f  seamonkey-solibs-2.0.10-i486-1_slack13.0.txz

Slackware x86_64 13.0 packages:
2253197682d1a6dea4ab35b54194af8d  seamonkey-2.0.10-x86_64-1_slack13.0.txz
ba9a33d8f04f16fcb5cfd2c3d6c6e298  seamonkey-solibs-2.0.10-x86_64-1_slack13.0.txz

Slackware 13.1 packages:
333f435829844db17c6ab33f99b796cb  seamonkey-2.0.10-i486-1_slack13.1.txz
50bee4a9c2efcc10b10c6a3c8165195f  seamonkey-solibs-2.0.10-i486-1_slack13.1.txz

Slackware x86_64 13.1 packages:
23638aa6aa3aa973c0c8466f832d8d35  seamonkey-2.0.10-x86_64-1_slack13.1.txz
d61e51fee0559c09320c36e8e5b15412  seamonkey-solibs-2.0.10-x86_64-1_slack13.1.txz

Slackware -current packages:
73aa8e40c687716d1cd272755058bafb  l/seamonkey-solibs-2.0.10-i486-1.txz
ed02b1055b8d6b60c541608b9f427b3e  xap/seamonkey-2.0.10-i486-1.txz

Slackware x86_64 -current packages:
efaf1e1d0312c7c2207b0225969db38d  l/seamonkey-solibs-2.0.10-x86_64-1.txz
967438e0ce9c8979754ce6e6c5de7d80  xap/seamonkey-2.0.10-x86_64-1.txz

Installation instructions:

Upgrade the packages as root:
# upgradepkg seamonkey-2.0.10-i486-1_slack13.1.txz seamonkey-solibs-2.0.10-i486-1_slack13.1.txz


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