[Bug 418] procps-2.0.8

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Sat Sep 28 06:11:30 PDT 2002


http://bugs.linuxfromscratch.org/show_bug.cgi?id=418

markh at linuxfromscratch.org changed:

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           Priority|P4                          |P2



------- Additional Comments From markh at linuxfromscratch.org  2002-09-28 06:11 -------
Just a note - I've added this to bug #30's dependency list.

Secondly, although we really should update procps before LFS-4.0 (our version is
ridiculously stale), we shouldn't do it yet because shortly after the release,
Rik van Riel posted this to LKML:

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On Fri, 27 Sep 2002, Rik van Riel wrote:

>               Procps 2.0.8
>               27 Sep 2002

Does anybody have a brown paper bag I could borrow ?

It appears Robert and I cleaned up stuff a bit too much
and procps lost it's VERSION string, so -V doesn't work
in the tarball I released earlier today.

Also, it appears the release has awoken some long sleeping
patches, which I'll read and (if they work) integrate into
procps.

> You can download procps 2.0.8 from:
>       http://surriel.com/procps/

Expect patches and maybe even a fixed 2.0.8 tarball soon...

If you have any procps bugs or patches, please mail the procps team:

        procps-list at redhat.com

regards,

Rik

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So hopefully we can go to the next release (which it appears should be soon)
well in time for LFS-4.0 [I know Gerard said don't do package updates but I feel
this is a special case due to the old version being fairly out of date]



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