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Processed: Processed: [Magic OnLine] Suppression du Virus: Hi

Processing commands for request <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org:

> Processing commands for request <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org:
Unknown command or malformed arguments to command.
(Use control <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org to manipulate reports.)

> > Important textfile!
Unknown command or malformed arguments to command.
(Use control <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org to manipulate reports.)

> Unknown command or malformed arguments to command.
Unknown command or malformed arguments to command.
(Use control <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org to manipulate reports.)

Too many unknown commands, stopping here.

No commands successfully parsed; sending the help text(s).
Sending instructions for request <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org in separate message.

Please contact me if you need assistance.

Nick Moffitt
(administrator, LNX-BBC bugs database)
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Processed: LNX-BBC bug help: instructions for request <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org

Processing commands for request <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org:

>                  Introduction to the bug system request server
Unknown command or malformed arguments to command.
(Use control <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org to manipulate reports.)

>    There is a mailserver which can send the bug reports and indices as
Unknown command or malformed arguments to command.
(Use control <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org to manipulate reports.)

>    plain text on request.
Unknown command or malformed arguments to command.
(Use control <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org to manipulate reports.)

Too many unknown commands, stopping here.

No commands successfully parsed; sending the help text(s).
Sending instructions for request <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org in separate message.

Please contact me if you need assistance.

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LNX-BBC bug help: instructions for request <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org


                 Introduction to the bug system request server

   There is a mailserver which can send the bug reports and indices as
   plain text on request.

   To use it you send a mail message to request <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org. The
   Subject of the message is ignored, except for generating the Subject
   of the reply.

   The body you send should be a series of commands, one per line. You'll
   receive a reply which looks like a transcript of your message being
   interpreted, with a response to each command. No notifications are
   sent to anyone for most commands; however, the messages are logged and
   made available in the WWW pages.

   Any text on a line starting with a hash sign # is ignored; the server
   will stop processing when it finds a line starting with quit, stop,
   thank or two hyphens (to avoid parsing a signature). It will also stop
   if it encounters too many unrecognised or badly-formatted commands. If
   no commands are successfully handled it will send the help text for
   the server.

                              Commands available

   send bugnumber
   send-detail bugnumber
          Requests the transcript for the bug report in question.
          send-detail sends all of the `boring' messages in the
          transcript, such as the various auto-acks (you should usually
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LNX-BBC bug help: instructions for request <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org


                 Introduction to the bug system request server

   There is a mailserver which can send the bug reports and indices as
   plain text on request.

   To use it you send a mail message to request <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org. The
   Subject of the message is ignored, except for generating the Subject
   of the reply.

   The body you send should be a series of commands, one per line. You'll
   receive a reply which looks like a transcript of your message being
   interpreted, with a response to each command. No notifications are
   sent to anyone for most commands; however, the messages are logged and
   made available in the WWW pages.

   Any text on a line starting with a hash sign # is ignored; the server
   will stop processing when it finds a line starting with quit, stop,
   thank or two hyphens (to avoid parsing a signature). It will also stop
   if it encounters too many unrecognised or badly-formatted commands. If
   no commands are successfully handled it will send the help text for
   the server.

                              Commands available

   send bugnumber
   send-detail bugnumber
          Requests the transcript for the bug report in question.
          send-detail sends all of the `boring' messages in the
          transcript, such as the various auto-acks (you should usually
(Continue reading)

Unknown | 25 Feb 09:41 2005

bug#339: [spam] Mail Delivery (failure hall <at> lith.com)

From: gmane.linux.bbc.bugs <339 <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org>
Subject: [spam] Mail Delivery (failure hall <at> lith.com)
Date: 2005-02-25 16:29:19 GMT
[spam] Mail Delivery (failure hall <at> lith.com)

MALWARE DETECTED IN E-MAIL

The anti-virus scanner was triggered by this file. The file was not cleaned and has been removed.

Context: 'message.scr'
Detection(s): 'W32/Netsky.p <at> MM (virus)'

See your system administrator for further information.

Copyright © 1993-2004 Networks Associates Technology, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.
http://www.mcafeesecurity.com

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Unknown | 17 Feb 22:42 2005

bug#339: [spam] Does it matter?

From: gmane.linux.bbc.bugs <339 <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org>
Subject: [spam] Does it matter?
Date: 2005-02-18 05:25:56 GMT
Your photo, uahhh.... , you are naked!

MALWARE DETECTED IN E-MAIL

The anti-virus scanner was triggered by this file. The file was not cleaned and has been removed.

Context: 'text01.txt .pif'
Detection(s): 'W32/Netsky.p <at> MM (virus)'

See your system administrator for further information.

Copyright © 1993-2004 Networks Associates Technology, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.
http://www.mcafeesecurity.com

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Robert Montante | 1 Feb 23:13 2005

bug#421: missing visual browser in recent nightly build

package: LNX-BBC
version: patch

When using the Jan 25th nightly build, I attempted to start "Mozilla" 
but got a message that the only available visual browser was "browsex".  
However, "browsex" is nowhere on the CD, nor any near spelling (e.g. 
browser, browse, etc.).  There do seem to be a bunch of Mozilla 1.5 
libraries on the CD, but no executable.

I think "browsex" was present on the "release" version  of 2.1.
Unknown | 12 Jan 01:55 2005

bug#339: Does it matter?

From: gmane.linux.bbc.bugs <339 <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org>
Subject: Does it matter?
Date: 2005-01-12 08:52:56 GMT
Your photo, uahhh.... , you are naked!

Attachment (text01_hall.zip): application/octet-stream, 685 bytes
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Unknown | 11 Jan 04:28 2005

bug#339: [spam] Mail Delivery (failure israel <at> lith.com)

From: gmane.linux.bbc.bugs <339 <at> bugs.lnx-bbc.org>
Subject: [spam] Mail Delivery (failure israel <at> lith.com)
Date: 2005-01-11 11:26:23 GMT
[spam] Mail Delivery (failure israel <at> lith.com)

MALWARE DETECTED IN E-MAIL

The anti-virus scanner was triggered by this file. The file was not cleaned and has been removed.

Context: 'message.scr'
Detection(s): 'W32/Netsky.p <at> MM (virus)'

See your system administrator for further information.

Copyright © 1993-2004 Networks Associates Technology, Inc.
All Rights Reserved.
http://www.mcafeesecurity.com

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David Steele | 17 Sep 02:30 2004
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bug#419: Install gdbm on Fedora

Package: gdbm
Version: 1.8.0

I'm attempting to build lnx-bbc on Fedora core 2, no
chroot. Install is failing for gdbm:

$ make install
[===== NOW BUILDING:    gdbm-1.8.0      =====]
        [fetch] complete for gdbm.
        [checksum] complete for gdbm.
        [extract] complete for gdbm.
        [patch] complete for gdbm.
        [configure] complete for gdbm.
        [build] complete for gdbm.
 ==> Running make install in work/main.d/gdbm-1.8.0
make[1]: Entering directory
`/home/daves/lnxbbc/gar/lib/gdbm/work/main.d/gdbm-1.8.0'
./mkinstalldirs //lib //include
/home/daves/lnxbbc/maindestdir//man/man3 //info
mkdir //include
mkdir: cannot create directory `//include': Permission
denied
mkdir //info
mkdir: cannot create directory `//info': Permission
denied
make[1]: *** [install] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory
`/home/daves/lnxbbc/gar/lib/gdbm/work/main.d/gdbm-1.8.0'
make: *** [install-work/main.d/gdbm-1.8.0/Makefile]
Error 2

The variable definitions for the main_prefix
directories appear to be gronking the "prefix"
override from INSTALL_OVERRIDE_DIRS.

$make -n install
...

make DESTDIR="/home/daves/lnxbbc/maindestdir"
prefix="/" exec_prefix="/" bindir="//bin"
sbindir="//sbin" libexecdir="//libexec"
datadir="//share" sysconfdir="//etc"
sharedstatedir="//share" localstatedir="//var"
libdir="//lib" infodir="//info"
lispdir="//share/emacs/site-lisp"
includedir="//include" mandir="//man"
docdir="//share/doc" sourcedir="//src"
CPPFLAGS="-I/home/daves/lnxbbc/maindestdir//include
-I/home/daves/lnxbbc/maindestdir//lib/gcc-lib/i386-redhat-linux/3.2.3/include
-I//home/daves/lnxbbc/build/lib/gcc-lib/i386-redhat-linux/3.2.3/include"
CFLAGS="-Os -I/home/daves/lnxbbc/maindestdir//include
-L/home/daves/lnxbbc/maindestdir//lib
-I/home/daves/lnxbbc/maindestdir//lib/gcc-lib/i386-redhat-linux/3.2.3/include
-I//home/daves/lnxbbc/build/lib/gcc-lib/i386-redhat-linux/3.2.3/include
-L/home/daves/lnxbbc/maindestdir//lib/gcc-lib/i386-redhat-linux/3.2.3
-L//home/daves/lnxbbc/build/lib/gcc-lib/i386-redhat-linux/3.2.3"
LDFLAGS="-L/home/daves/lnxbbc/maindestdir//lib
-L/home/daves/lnxbbc/maindestdir//lib/gcc-lib/i386-redhat-linux/3.2.3
-L//home/daves/lnxbbc/build/lib/gcc-lib/i386-redhat-linux/3.2.3"
CC="gcc" CXX="g++" CPP="cpp" LD="ld" RANLIB="ranlib"
AS="as" AR="ar" DESTDIR=/home/daves/lnxbbc/maindestdir
prefix="/home/daves/lnxbbc/maindestdir/" -C
work/main.d/gdbm-1.8.0  install

Make appears successful with patch. The patch is
against blotto, though research threw the same error.

--- orig/lib/gdbm/Makefile
+++ mod/lib/gdbm/Makefile
 <at>  <at>  -32,7 +32,7  <at>  <at> 
 # If some dirs are trying to install into /, list
their names
 # here, such as: prefix bindir mandir
 BUILD_OVERRIDE_DIRS = prefix
-INSTALL_OVERRIDE_DIRS = prefix
+INSTALL_OVERRIDE_DIRS = prefix libdir includedir
infodir

 # This should go before any hand-made rules.
 include ../../gar.mk

		
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