On Mon, 24 Jun 2002 09:59:41 +0100
"Wynne, Conor" <conor_wynne at maxtor.com> blurted in message
0D443C91DCE9CD40B1C795BA222A729EDF8212 at milexc01.maxtor.com:
> As far as the best looking browser, it has to go to galeon, but I nuked
> /usr/lib/mozilla [0.9.6] and this KO'ed galeon, so I reckon its based on
> mozzy. Dunno though, just a hunch.
eh, yeah? skipstone, chimera, and galeon are all based on the mozembed work.
and it makes mozilla a lot faster to just load the embedded parts.
> After I installed mozzy 1.0 to /usr/local/mozilla [its default] I made a
> symbolic link from /usr/lib/mozilla to /usr/local/mozilla, but this didn't
> fix the issue.
>you have to recompile galeon to fix that.. it's linked with the version
of mozilla it installed.
> If you're running the Debian "stable" branch (currently 2.2 = "potato"),
> then I strongly recommend stepping up to the "testing" branch (currently
> 3.0 = "woody"). It strikes the right balance of leading edge but not
> cutting edge.
>that fine if you don't mind being compromised (and are running a server).
There are no security updates for testing at the moment, as they haven't got
the security infrastructure in place (which is the reason it hasn't been
released). And it'll take two weeks for the packages to filter in from sid.
to quote the maintainer:
Debian does not provide security updates for testing or for unstable. apache
1.3.26-1 went into sid today. packages for woody have been uploaded into the
new testing-security system. since i have no idea how long that's going to
take to be visible to users, http://satie.debian.org/~willy/ provides
packages for those who have foolishly upgraded to a distribution which does
not yet provide security releases.
I'm going to cc debian-devel & debian-user with this so that hopefully more
people get to see this and STOP FILING BUGS ABOUT THIS. I have already
noticed there's a security problem, believe it or not.
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