Fedora Core 2 Update: ipsec-tools-0.5-0.fc2

    Date04 Mar 2005
    Posted ByJoe Shakespeare
    This updates ipsec-tools to 0.5, which correctly generates forward policies so that tunnels work on current kernels.
    Fedora Update Notification
    Product     : Fedora Core 2
    Name        : ipsec-tools
    Version     : 0.5                      
    Release     : 0.fc2                  
    Summary     : Tools for configuring and using IPSEC
    Description :
    This is the IPsec-Tools package.  You need this package in order to
    really use the IPsec functionality in the linux-2.5+ kernels.  This
    package builds:
    	- setkey, a program to directly manipulate policies and SAs
    	- racoon, an IKEv1 keying daemon
    Update Information:
    This updates ipsec-tools to 0.5, which correctly generates forward policies
    so that tunnels work on current kernels.
    * Wed Feb 23 2005 Bill Nottingham  0.5-0.fc2
    - update to 0.5
    * Thu Nov  4 2004 Bill Nottingham  0.3.3-2
    - don't use new 0.3.3 handling of stdin in setkey; it breaks the
      format (#138105)
    * Mon Sep 27 2004 Bill Nottingham  0.3.3-1
    - update to 0.3.3 (#122211)
    * Sun Aug  8 2004 Alan Cox  0.2.5-6
    - fix buildreqs (Steve Grubb)
    * Mon Jun 28 2004 Nalin Dahyabhai  0.2.5-5
    - rebuild
    This update can be downloaded from:
    f651f0ca46518f04e8ad5fbebbd113a5  SRPMS/ipsec-tools-0.5-0.fc2.src.rpm
    5d9c0f57c1f16988f09cb7df0393a2db  x86_64/ipsec-tools-0.5-0.fc2.x86_64.rpm
    1db0dfba4673d60463da526445742378  x86_64/debug/ipsec-tools-debuginfo-0.5-0.fc2.x86_64.rpm
    594c3b9ca0a8f455076bf2e7e9a1ebab  i386/ipsec-tools-0.5-0.fc2.i386.rpm
    45399b0fa5a2488762b620d499deb8e8  i386/debug/ipsec-tools-debuginfo-0.5-0.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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