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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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Tue, 6 Sep 2005
[ 12:53:34 sergei ] Original commit 
zsh shells files touched by this commit The Z shell
- Stop adding rzsh (restricted zsh) to /etc/shells [1]:
  rzsh(1) is the restricted version of zsh(1), with various things disabled
  so as to provide a strictly limited access to the system.
  A user with a shell in /etc/shells can use chsh(1) to change their shell,
  can use FTP, can use other file-transfer services, etc. Thus, adding rzsh
  to /etc/shells could be a security risk in certain configurations.
- zsh-mime-setup is set up to look for /etc/{mime.types,mailcap}.
  Neither of them should exist on a stock FreeBSD system.
  Teach it to look in ${LOCALBASE}/etc instead. [2]
- Zsh completion doesn't know about bsdtar(1) achievements:
  it won't complete to foo.tar.gz if you just enter 'tar xf foo^D'.
  Teach zsh completion about this and other formats supported by bsdtar(1).
  NOTE: This is only applicable to FreeBSD 5.3-RELEASE or newer,
  where bsdtar(1) replaced GNU tar(1) in the base system.
- Bump PORTREVISION

PR:             ports/82066 [2], ports/83023 [3]
Submitted by:   Phil Pennock <pdp@nl.demon.net> [1]
                Ulrich Spoerlein <q@galgenberg.net> [2] [3]

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