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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
found something from the cache
non port: head/security/linux-f10-gnutls/Makefile
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Number of commits found: 8

Mon, 22 Sep 2014
[ 10:40 xmj ] Original commit 
368845 Mk/bsd.linux-apps.mk
368845 Mk/bsd.linux-rpm.mk
368845 Mk/bsd.port.mk
368845 Mk/bsd.sites.mk
368845 UPDATING
368845 accessibility/Makefile
368845 accessibility/linux-c6-atk
368845 accessibility/linux-c6-atk/Makefile
368845 accessibility/linux-c6-atk/distinfo.i686
368845 accessibility/linux-c6-atk/pkg-descr

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Update CentOS base to 6.5, add userland ports

The Fedora 10 infrastructure ports have been in use since June 2009 and, while
having served a great deed, have become unsupported upstream and hence affected
by unfixed security vulnerabilities. In addition to that, many recent Linux
binaries need newer libc / stdlibc++ versions.

This commit adds the linux-c6- userland as drop-in replacement for the -f10
infrastructure, as well as upgrading the linux_base-c6 port to CentOS 6.5.

If you want to switch to linux-c6 ports, please define at /etc/make.conf:

    OVERRIDE_LINUX_BASE_PORT=c6
    OVERRIDE_LINUX_NONBASE_PORTS=c6
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Sat, 20 Sep 2014
[ 14:13 bdrewery ] Original commit 
368642 audio/linux-f10-libaudiofile/Makefile
368642 devel/linux-f10-dbus-glib/Makefile
368642 ftp/linux-f10-curl/Makefile
368642 graphics/linux-f10-png/Makefile
368642 graphics/linux-f10-tiff/Makefile
368642 net/linux-f10-openldap/Makefile
368642 security/linux-f10-gnutls/Makefile
368642 security/linux-f10-libgcrypt/Makefile
368642 security/linux-f10-nss/Makefile
368642 security/linux-f10-openssl/Makefile

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Remove FORBIDDEN that references vuxml. We already have vuxml, portaudit
and pkg audit to handle this. The user can make their own decision as to
whether or not they want to use vulnerable ports or packages. Using
FORBIDDEN like this is not proper. It should only be used in extreme
cases.

In the meantime, the new Linux ports are being tested and should arrive
soon.

With hat:	portmgr
Sun, 20 Jul 2014
[ 12:06 rene ] Original commit 
362314 security/linux-f10-gnutls/Makefile
362314 security/linux-f10-libgcrypt/Makefile
362314 security/linux-f10-nss/Makefile
362314 security/linux-f10-openssl/Makefile
Mark vulnerable linux-f10 ports as forbidden (category s*)

Approved by:	portmgr (bapt)
Sun, 6 Oct 2013
[ 14:53 rene ] Original commit 
329579 security/linux-f10-cyrus-sasl2/Makefile
329579 security/linux-f10-gnutls/Makefile
329579 security/linux-f10-libgcrypt/Makefile
329579 security/linux-f10-libgpg-error/Makefile
329579 security/linux-f10-libssh2/Makefile
329579 security/linux-f10-libtasn1/Makefile
329579 security/linux-f10-nss/Makefile
329579 security/linux-f10-openssl/Makefile
Add staging support for linux-f10-* ports maintained by emulation@
(category security).
Fri, 20 Sep 2013
[ 22:55 bapt ] Original commit 
327769 security/ADMsmb/Makefile
327769 security/ADMsnmp/Makefile
327769 security/R-cran-ROAuth/Makefile
327769 security/R-cran-digest/Makefile
327769 security/aescrypt/Makefile
327769 security/aespipe/Makefile
327769 security/afterglow/Makefile
327769 security/aide/Makefile
327769 security/aimsniff/Makefile
327769 security/amap/Makefile

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Add NO_STAGE all over the place in preparation for the staging support (cat:
security)
Tue, 23 Oct 2012
[ 19:04 bsam ] Original commit 
306322 security/linux-f10-gnutls/Makefile
306322 security/linux-f10-gnutls/pkg-plist
. remove directories installed by other porst from pkg-plist;  [1]
. use two line style header;  [1]
. change "${.CURDIR}/.." to "${PORTSDIR}/security" for DESCR.

PR:		ports/172966  [1]
Submitted by:	Barbara <barbara.xxx1975@libero.it>  [1]
Feature safe:	yes
Sat, 14 Jan 2012
[ 22:35 netchild ] Original commit 
1.46 Mk/bsd.linux-apps.mk
1.2 security/linux-f10-gnutls/Makefile
Add missing dependency to gnutls. [1]
Fix the fix of adding a missing dependency to the linux cups-libs port.

Reported by:    Da Rock <freebsd-emulation@herveybayaustralia.com.au> [1]
Fri, 23 Sep 2011
[ 18:14 bsam ] Original commit 
1.1206 security/Makefile
1.1 security/linux-f10-gnutls/Makefile
1.1 security/linux-f10-gnutls/distinfo.i386
1.1 security/linux-f10-gnutls/pkg-plist
Add linux-f10-gnutls 2.4.2, GNU Transport Layer Security library.

Changes over original shar file at the PR:
. change the maintainer to emulation@ (since it's an infrastructure linux port);
. use the latest version of the package (2.4.2-5.fc10);
. fix pkg-plist.

PR:             ports/159007
Submitted by:   Stas Timokhin <devel@stasyan.com>

Number of commits found: 8

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