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    Fedora 33: sddm 2021-7066b95c99

    Date 23 Jan 2021
    Posted By LinuxSecurity Advisories
    Rebase SDDM to 0.19.0
    Fedora Update Notification
    2021-01-24 01:24:57.579723
    Name        : sddm
    Product     : Fedora 33
    Version     : 0.19.0
    Release     : 3.fc33
    URL         :
    Summary     : QML based X11 desktop manager
    Description :
    SDDM is a modern display manager for X11 aiming to be fast, simple and
    beautiful. It uses modern technologies like QtQuick, which in turn gives the
    designer the ability to create smooth, animated user interfaces.
    Update Information:
    Rebase SDDM to 0.19.0
    * Fri Jan 22 2021 Neal Gompa  - 0.19.0-3
    - Adjust sddm state file trigger for plasma-workspace 5.20.90-2
    * Sun Jan 17 2021 Neal Gompa  - 0.19.0-2
    - Add fix proposed upstream to fix SHELL setting in Wayland sessions
    * Tue Nov 10 2020 Neal Gompa  - 0.19.0-1
    - Rebase to version 0.19.0
    - Refresh patch set and drop upstreamed patches
    * Sun Oct 18 2020 Neal Gompa  - 0.18.1-9
    - Add patch to prefer Wayland sessions on F34+
    - Correctly handle Plasma session filename changes on upgrade to F34+
      [ 1 ] Bug #1894034 - sddm-0.19.0 is available
      [ 2 ] Bug #1894658 - CVE-2020-28049 sddm: local privilege escalation due to race condition in creation of the Xauthority file [fedora-all]
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