Fedora Core 2 Update: grip-3.2.0-3.fc2

    Date09 Mar 2005
    Posted ByJoe Shakespeare
    This fixes a buffer overflow when the CDDB server returns more than 16 matches.
    Fedora Update Notification
    Product     : Fedora Core 2
    Name        : grip
    Version     : 3.2.0                      
    Release     : 3.fc2                  
    Summary     : A front-end for CD rippers and Ogg Vorbis encoders.
    Description :
    Grip is a GTK+ based front-end for CD rippers (such as cdparanoia and
    cdda2wav) and Ogg Vorbis encoders.  Grip allows you to rip entire tracks or
    just a section of a track.  Grip supports the CDDB protocol for
    accessing track information on disc database servers.
    Update Information:
    This fixes a buffer overflow when the CDDB server returns more than 16
    * Wed Mar  9 2005 Bill Nottingham  3.2.0-3.fc2
    - add patch to fix overflow when there are too many CDDB matches
    * Fri Oct  8 2004 Bill Nottingham  3.2.0-3
    - add a passel of buildreqs (#135045)
    * Wed Jul 28 2004 Adrian Havill  3.2.0-2
    - rebuilt
    - add vte-devel to BuildRequires
    * Sun Jun 20 2004 Karsten Hopp  3.2.0-1 
    - update to latest stable version
    - remove obsolete locking and cdparanoia patches
    * Tue Jun 15 2004 Elliot Lee 
    - rebuilt
    This update can be downloaded from:
    c5c34b3b3b297be7ece95e59dc7c31ce  SRPMS/grip-3.2.0-3.fc2.src.rpm
    668467205016befb3793a75557a92878  x86_64/grip-3.2.0-3.fc2.x86_64.rpm
    79927efa8e6eb9c877f5c933951e1ca2  x86_64/debug/grip-debuginfo-3.2.0-3.fc2.x86_64.rpm
    57f3ffa668a0283b27e43255d20ae6d4  i386/grip-3.2.0-3.fc2.i386.rpm
    3dbd12ec9d02d4f4b5a7d5bfe68a89bc  i386/debug/grip-debuginfo-3.2.0-3.fc2.i386.rpm
    This update can also be installed with the Update Agent; you can
    launch the Update Agent with the 'up2date' command.  
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