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Number of commits: 4
Wed, 23 Apr 2008
[ 18:22 cokane ] Original commit 
gnome-netstatus 2.12.1_6 net  Deleted files touched by this commit GNOME applet that shows network status
Update to match the latest addition of wlan VAP code in
-CURRENT. Now, the wireless interfaces are cloned wlan
interfaces attached to the physical interfaces. The
physical interfaces aren't accessed by 80211 ioctls

Reviewed by:    sam, marcus (gnome)
Approved by:    marcus
Sun, 13 Apr 2008
[ 23:21 cokane ] Original commit 
seahorse 2.22.1_1 security files touched by this commit GNOME application for managing encryption keys (PGP, SSH)
Add some improved logic to seahorse to have it gracefully fall back to insecure
memory usage for sensitive storage when gnome-keyring doesn't have the
to use mlock(2)/munlock(2). This behavior is much more useful than the
dereference of a NULL pointer (and subsequent crash of the seahorse programs)
currently is employed.

This patch makes seahorse (and seahorse-agent, seahorse-daemon, etc.) warn the
about having to use secure memory so that consumers such as Evolution and other
software can make use of seahorse.

A larger and more valuable project would be to provide some sort of unprivileged
user mlock(2) support in the base system. Some ideas are currently being

Reviewed by:    marcus, gnome@, imp
Approved by:    marcus (gnome)
Sat, 16 Dec 2006
[ 05:50 cokane ] Original commit 
pwcbsd 1.3.1_1 multimedia  Ignore files touched by this commit The Linux pwc webcam driver ported to FreeBSD
Commit of fixes that make this buildable once again after Rev. 1.82 of
src/sys/dev/usb/usb_port.h hacked off some deprecated compatibilty macros.

A number of manually designed device printf statements were replaced with
the appropriate calls to device_printf(9). In addition, did a find/replace
of other removed macros with the previous definitions from that file.

I don't have a camera so I don't know the operative status of this port
under -CURRENT yet.

PR:             ports/106794
Sun, 28 Jan 2001
[ 08:46 cokane ]  
kdebase2 2.2.2_5 x11  Deleted files touched by this commit Base modules for the KDE integrated X11 desktop
Update to allow ksysguard to compile from KDE 2.0 using -CURRENT   500015+. The
kinfo_proc struct changed, and this accomidates that   change on -current. KDE
2.0 now compiles again.    
Number of commits: 4
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