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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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Sat, 21 Feb 2004
[ 16:29:18 leeym ] Original commit 
e2fsprogs sysutils files touched by this commit  An older version of this port was marked as vulnerable. Utilities & library to manipulate ext2/3/4 filesystems
- fix IEEE violation/SIGFPE abort on alpha that failed the f_crashdisk test
  (patch by Greg Lewis)
- fix compile failure on FreeBSD 5 when older port version is installed
  (problem reported by Tim Robbins; FreeBSD 4 was unaffected)
- ignore m_large_file test on alpha and sparc64, apparently the test
  only stumbles over a different default block size and the failure
  isn't serious (problem reported by Greg Lewis)
- cosmetic: swap $(CC) and gmake check in post-build so check comes last
- bump PORTREVISION: the patches change the code on some systems

- pkg-message.in:
  * use install when ln fails, /sbin and /usr/local
    need not be the same file system
  * tell the user he needs to repeat the steps after port upgrade
- revise pkg-message generation and move it to pre-install,
  no need to cat(1) the file, sed(1) can read files by itself.
- add pkg-deinstall: remind the user to remove e2fsck and fsck_ext2fs from
  /sbin if he's deinstalling for good, rather than upgrading.

PR:             63167
Submitted by:   Matthias Andree <matthias.andree@gmx.de>

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