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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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antivir-milter security  Deleted Deprecated Expired files touched by this commit Restricted NO CDROM AntiVir Milter mail virusscanner for Sendmail
- H+BEDV GmbH released a new tarball shipping an updated anti-virus engine
  (6.22.0.1 -> 6.23.0.1), a current virus definition file (6.23.0.1) and
  and updated antivir.conf adding new options for the new features in the
  current AV engine.
  If you are using the auto-update facility you should already have the
  updated AV engine and VDF. The new options available in antivir.conf are
  only relevant if you are using the update daemon mechanism (i.e. you are
  using `antivir --update-daemon` instead of running antivirupdater via
  cron(8)) or you own a true commercial license (i.e. no private license)
  and want to catch "unwanted files" e.g. dialers in addition to worms and
  viruses.
- Be consistent in how PREFIX gets inserted in the avq script compared to
  the other patched files. The old way previously saved a patch which is
  no longer true. No change in the installed script.

Submitted by:   Marius Strobl <marius@alchemy.franken.de>

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