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PostPosted: Wed 15 Feb 2017, 13:50    Post subject: Update "A" available  

The "A" version update is ready. Please see 1st Post on Page 1.

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PostPosted: Sat 11 Mar 2017, 00:36    Post subject: B version with eeePC included  

Theres been a problem with these two base distros-spins in that printing by foomatic/gutenprint was broken. It took quite a while to hunt this down and fix it, but it is now done.

On the first post Page 1 is the new link to these "B" distros. I will keep the main eeePC version with the main Slacko5.7 updated version together.

In brief, the main culprit here was BASH, the Slackware update to 4.2.53 broke the process. Gutenprint 5.2.9 was suspected, and reloaded to no avail. BASH has been reverted to the original supplied 4.1.0(2) version, and this solves the problem. All other upgrades are installed with no apparent problems. So its the same as the previous spins, but with BASH reverted to allow printing.

I put the eeePC here with the original to simplify maintenance. The MINI, and EONS will remain separate. EONS has been fixed to allow printing, the MINI has not.

Just a word of caution and Caveat Emptor, that the reverting of BASH means that one should always use a firewall when on-line, and that when printing, disconnect fully from the internet. There is a problem with sh+ell%sho*ck.

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PostPosted: Sat 15 Apr 2017, 17:07    Post subject:  

bumped due to board-spam.

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PostPosted: Thu 04 May 2017, 22:06    Post subject:  

There is an update to rxvt in the Slackware updates.
This can be ignored as Slacko5.7 is using Urxvt (unicode-rxvt).
All that is presently installed is a symlink from rxvt to urxvt, and thats all that is needed.

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PostPosted: Wed 31 May 2017, 02:42    Post subject: EONS
Subject description: server security error
 

Hi 8Geee,

There is a security issue with downloading the last (-B) version. earlier versions download well.

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PostPosted: Wed 31 May 2017, 22:37    Post subject:  

I did not have this problem. Link on Page 1 of this thread went to D/L no problems.

I would check into your browser security settings. AFAIK, the site uses at least TLS1.1 encryption.

OTOH, do you mean the sums don't match after D/L?

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PostPosted: Thu 20 Jul 2017, 17:15    Post subject: expat update  

A reminder that slackware has published an update to expat (XML parser/handler).
This update needs a symlink in usr/lib. Toss the old 1.6.2 version after installation, then make a symlink from 1.6.4 back to 1.6.2. This symlink fix is necessary.

The usr/doc files may be deleted, and root/.packages needs the new version moved to builtin_packages (the old one can be removed).

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PostPosted: Tue 25 Jul 2017, 19:10    Post subject: tcpdump repair  

As of today 25/07/17 there is a bugfix at slackware.
It seems that tcpdump's last patch (4.9.0) has a bug that allows a DoS.
The Patch has been fixed as tcpdump4.9.1.

This problem exists in all 4 of my spins, and needs to be serviced.

Upon D/L from Slackware
navigate to usr/sbin and delete tcpdump4.9.0
make a relative link (R-Click on tcpdump4.9.1) and rename the link to tcpdump4.9.0
Click OK (this is all necessary as theres two active tcpdumps)

You may remove the usr/doc files, and MOVE root/.packages/tcpdump4.9.1_files to the "builtin" folder.

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PostPosted: Wed 26 Jul 2017, 09:26    Post subject:  

Do your spins have /usr/sbin/tcpdump4.9.0? The original Slacko 5.7 doesn't seem to have any tcpdump, even though it is listed in woof-packages, because the tcpdump template in woof-CE only kept /usr/lib (not /usr/sbin). So I think tcpdump in puppy was not vulnerable because it didn't exist when they built the iso in woof-CE? This has been changed recently here though.
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PostPosted: Wed 26 Jul 2017, 19:51    Post subject:  

They all had the "original" tcpdump in usr/sbin (This is where Slacko5.7 locates it). In Feb. 2017 Uncle Slacky updated it to 4.9.0. There were many reasons for that,as the link illustrates. I made a few symlinks JIC software called to an incorrect placement. So theres a link in usr/bin and /sbiin. These two point to 4.9.0 in usr/sbin. This new patch corrects a DoS bug in 4.9.0, and a reletive link must be made from 4.9.0 to 4.9.1. As far as woof builds, I'm not so sure, as they are relying on the original, unpatched version from 2013. A lot has happened since then security-wise, and I thought it better to patch the original version.

So, yes, tcpdump 4.9.1 can be installed. Both 4.9.0 and 4.9.1 are not installed in the most recent iso's.

***EDIT*** Edited to show the lengthy DoS problems patched in tcpdump4.9.0.

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