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small_boy22 05-31-2005 10:23 AM

Does -current include latest KDE security patches ??
 
there are some security patches for KDE that is in -current and for KDE in slackware 10.1.

The packages in -current are patched ??
i see nothing about it in logs or at "slack 10.1 patch folder" on the site :)

gargamel 06-01-2005 06:20 PM

With only a short delay, usually, yes.
If you are impatient: I suppose there are Slackware packages available directly from the KDE web pages. I guess so, as they even offer a live CD, Klax, which is similar to Slax, which is based on Slackware, in turn.

gargamel

davidsrsb 06-01-2005 07:58 PM

There are loads of fixes in 3.4.1, the 3.4.0 kuser crash on creating a new user is driving me nuts. Sometimes kuser also seems to shuffle group memberships.

small_boy22 06-03-2005 10:48 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by gargamel
With only a short delay, usually, yes.
If you are impatient: I suppose there are Slackware packages available directly from the KDE web pages. I guess so, as they even offer a live CD, Klax, which is similar to Slax, which is based on Slackware, in turn.

gargamel

i kinda prefer pat's packages though :)

gargamel 06-03-2005 02:09 PM

I am not sure that the KDE packages in Slackware-current will be patched. More likely they will be replaced by KDE 3.4.1 packages, soon.

Whenever possible/available I choose Pat's packages, too, but in the case of KDE there are 'official' Slackware packages from the KDE project, and I'd not be surprised if Pat would just use them. I haven't checked that, though.

gargamel


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