Update for Pine (fixed IMAP support)

    Date08 Dec 1999
    CategorySuSE
    2709
    Posted ByLinuxSecurity Advisories
    On June the 28th SuSE released a new pine package, which fixes a security bug. Unfortunately the patch brokes IMAP support for pine. Now there is a new package available which works correctly.
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            Package:  pine-4.x and earlier
            Date:     Wed Sep  9 12:59:28 CEST 1999
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      On June the 28th SuSE released a new pine package, which fixes a security
      bug. Unfortunately the patch brokes IMAP support for pine.
      Now there is a new package available which works correctly.
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    Here are the md5 checksums of the upgrade packages, please verify these
    before installing the new packages:
    
      7696893534bb32b15d7d9191ffc1d95a  pine-3.96-28.i386.rpm  (5.3)
      d70ef356f093683c85cba53cc573c1b5  pine-4.10-40.i386.rpm  (6.1)
      1bf7c1be43887933a2076faaf3e30297  pine-4.10-40.i386.rpm  (6.2)
      fdaaf79987d232473316f4cba64c4f91  pine-4.10-40.alpha.rpm (AXP)
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    You will find the update on our ftp-Server:
      ftp://ftp.suse.com/pub/suse/axp/update/6.1/n1/pine.rpm
      ftp://ftp.suse.com/pub/suse/i386/update/5.3/n1/pine.rpm
      ftp://ftp.suse.com/pub/suse/i386/update/6.1/n1/pine.rpm
      ftp://ftp.suse.com/pub/suse/i386/update/6.2/n1/pine.rpm
    
    Webpage for patches:
      http://www.suse.de/patches/index.html
    
    or try the following web pages for a list of mirrors:
      http://www.suse.de/ftp.html
      http://www.suse.com/ftp_new.html
    
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