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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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Wed, 8 Nov 2006
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squid26 www  Deleted Deprecated Expired files touched by this commit  This port version is marked as vulnerable. HTTP Caching Proxy
- update to 2.6.STABLE5, including changeset 11086
- correct the setting of configuration options when compiling COSS: only
        specify --enable-coss-aio-ops when COSS is not built alongside with
aufs;
        in this scenario the user needs to supply POSIX AIO support via aio(4)
        or the VFS_AIO kernel option; add a note to the storage type section in
        squid.conf.default (thanks to Guido Serassio for explaining this
        to the maintainer)
- remove a no longer needed configuration option in the WITH_SQUID_AUFS case
- update the ICAP core patchset to CVS as of 2006/11/04 (no changes in
        functionality, only in metadata); adapt the ICAP bootstrap patch to the
        latest changes in Squid code

PR:             ports/105296
Submitted by:   Thomas-Martin Seck <tmseck@netcologne.de> (maintainer)

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