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12-Jul-2017 07:12

Slackbuilds will hopefully accept the script I wrote after slackware 12.1 is released.In the mean time here is the core of the packageing CFLAGS="$SLKCFLAGS" \ CXXFLAGS="$SLKCFLAGS" \ LDFLAGS="$SLKLDFLAGS$LIBSUFFIX" \ ./configure \ --libdir="$LIBDIR$LIBSUFFIX" \ --prefix=/usr \ --sysconfdir=/etc \ --localstatedir=/var \ --mandir=/usr/man cd $PKG /sbin/makepkg -l y -c n $OUTPUT/$PRGNAM-$VERSION-$ARCH-$BUILD$Slack 11 GWARE Rev H. The following are a guide lines to using GWARE and trying to stick with the original versions of packages that come with slackware.This update patches a security issue ("Optionsbleed") with the OPTIONS http method which may leak arbitrary pieces of memory to a potential attacker. For more information, see: name=CVE-2017-9798 (* Security fix *) -------------------------- Where to find the new packages: ----------------------------- Thanks to the friendly folks at the OSU Open Source Lab ( for donating FTP and rsync hosting to the Slackware project!:-) Also see the "Get Slack" section on additional mirror sites near you.Updated package for Slackware 13.0: tpd-2.2.34-i486-2_slack13.0Updated package for Slackware x86_64 13.0: httpd-2.2.34-x86_64-2_slack13.0Updated package for Slackware 13.1: tpd-2.2.34-i486-2_slack13.1Updated package for Slackware x86_64 13.1: httpd-2.2.34-x86_64-2_slack13.1Updated package for Slackware 13.37: ttpd-2.2.34-i486-2_slack13.37Updated package for Slackware x86_64 13.37: /httpd-2.2.34-x86_64-2_slack13.37Updated package for Slackware 14.0: tpd-2.4.27-i486-2_slack14.0Updated package for Slackware x86_64 14.0: httpd-2.4.27-x86_64-2_slack14.0Updated package for Slackware 14.1: tpd-2.4.27-i486-2_slack14.1Updated package for Slackware x86_64 14.1: httpd-2.4.27-x86_64-2_slack14.1Updated package for Slackware 14.2: tpd-2.4.27-i586-2_slack14.2Updated package for Slackware x86_64 14.2: httpd-2.4.27-x86_64-2_slack14.2Updated package for Slackware -current: d-2.4.27-i586-3Updated package for Slackware x86_64 -current: httpd-2.4.27-x86_64-3MD5 signatures: ------------- Slackware 13.0 package: 1d84028976a221517f3880891d82240d httpd-2.2.34-i486-2_slack13.0Slackware x86_64 13.0 package: 22dd84ddbaaa226f439966b4dff9f8e0 httpd-2.2.34-x86_64-2_slack13.0Slackware 13.1 package: b4b5d21bae978270445fa8e03b5b77a9 httpd-2.2.34-i486-2_slack13.1Slackware x86_64 13.1 package: d9f4cd3c883ddb34c6855dc387d373f4 httpd-2.2.34-x86_64-2_slack13.1Slackware 13.37 package: ec970592d7e91ed417a9bbaf7ad495d5 httpd-2.2.34-i486-2_slack13.37Slackware x86_64 13.37 package: d8286c041210b312d9facc3b7912e97f httpd-2.2.34-x86_64-2_slack13.37Slackware 14.0 package: e152b68187918dc592a5346c79b7c05d httpd-2.4.27-i486-2_slack14.0Slackware x86_64 14.0 package: 711abde18d484661f731422d333931ea httpd-2.4.27-x86_64-2_slack14.0Slackware 14.1 package: 7db6d646d14d9dd0ba3422bc6a5187e2 httpd-2.4.27-i486-2_slack14.1Slackware x86_64 14.1 package: 1a8faf0343d8a1e06e2a6102d3a09e84 httpd-2.4.27-x86_64-2_slack14.1Slackware 14.2 package: 65704345c6deb52ba079f661a12e7e1e httpd-2.4.27-i586-2_slack14.2Slackware x86_64 14.2 package: 16147809df94a27bff1aad4505ae5b7c httpd-2.4.27-x86_64-2_slack14.2Slackware -current package: cc34f27a9928ce108cae65dc1db6282e n/httpd-2.4.27-i586-3Slackware x86_64 -current package: 84d2b395649953f128679fb969c19d66 n/httpd-2.4.27-x86_64-3Installation instructions: ------------------------ Upgrade the package as root: # upgradepkg httpd-2.4.27-i586-2_slack14.2Then, restart Apache httpd: # /etc/rc.d/rc.httpd stop # /etc/rc.d/rc.httpd start ----- Slackware Linux Security Team security (at) slackware (dot) com [email concealed] ----------------------------------------------------------------------- - | To leave the slackware-security mailing list: | ----------------------------------------------------------------------- - | Send an email to majordomo (at) slackware (dot) com [email concealed] with this text in the body of | | the email message: | | | | unsubscribe slackware-security | | | | You will get a confirmation message back containing instructions to | | complete the process. With Gnucash having evolved into a Gnome 2 application, and Slackware Gnome support being picked up by Dropline Gnome, it has become much easier to install Gnucash on a Slackware system. At the moment of writting scripts are for version 2.6.1. You can use these instructions to compile it manually (all requirements must be installed) mkdir /tmp/gnucash cd /tmp/gnucash wget -O gnucash-2.6.5bz2 " (stable)/2.6.5/gnucash-2.6.5bz2" tar -xjf gnucash-2.6.5bz2 cd gnucash-2.6.5 ./configure \ --prefix=/usr \ --libdir=/usr/lib$ \ --sysconfdir=/etc \ --localstatedir=/var \ --mandir=/usr/man \ --docdir=/usr/doc/$PRGNAM-$VERSION \ --build=$ARCH-slackware-linux \ --enable-static=libgoffice \ --disable-dbi \ --enable-html-docs \ make make install /usr/bin/glib-compile-schemas usr/share/glib-2.0/schemas Settings schema 'org.gnucash.general' is not installed I'll be darned, got Gnucash and required Gnome dependencies to compile from source on a rather fresh Slack 14 install. My notes are sketchy but here's the general idea: First, slib: Downloaded slib 3b4 from edu.The package listed is current and works after installing the mentioned Gware 2.20.3 packages and leaving all other packages as stock slackware.

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- libgtkhtml 3 Note, glib gtk and pango updates are only if you are using GWARE 2.20.3 packages.In fact, we may even hope for the day when Gnucash itself is distributed with Dropline Gnome. See also Building for a discussion of building Gnu Cash from source code. More helpful than install instructions that come with SLIB was this Guile page.Then it went approximately like this: This is ugly so if anyone can explain the proper way to install slib, please let me know.Depending on your distribution/package, you still need a Multiplayer Lobby.

For Linux, the most common one is Spring Lobby, which you can get here.One thing about doing it this way: it was not necessary to set SCHEME_LIBRARY_PATH I put (use-modules (ice-9 slib)) in my ~/.guile In guile, ran After that, it was a matter of installing the Gnome libraries.

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