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From: LorĂ¡nd Kelemen <Lorand.Kelemen@...>
Subject: updated GLSA 200605-08 & php-4.4.3-r1 & EMT64
Date: Mon, 4 Sep 2006 13:53:53 +0200
Hi List!

Continuing the previous GLSA thread:

I have an EMT64 system, and I don't want to spend the time right now to find out if the GLSA is wrong or if the system is affected. 

I don't think so according to the announcement.

I have only latest php4 installed (dev-lang/php-4.4.3-r1) and blocking php5 via package.mask. 

Thanks for the info! If needed I can paste emerge --info, I wanted to keep this short...

Regards,
Lorand Kelemen

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