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Re: privoxy broken with latest i386 snap?
marc, just in case you don't read ports@ ...
On Mon, 10 Feb 2003, Dan Weeks wrote:
> >>>>> "CK" == "Chris Kuethe" <email@example.com>:
> CK> On Mon, 10 Feb 2003, Dan Weeks wrote:
> >> i'm home now and I can see it stopping on a -current build from this
> >> afternoon. Strangely it will keep accepting requests, but then does
> >> nothing after that. Still digging.
> CK> methinks its the recent changes to threads - i'm tempted to try rebuilding
> CK> libpthread with the last changes backed out in hopes that that will help.
> if you do please keep us informed. I'm going to dig without trying that
> for now.
threads are b0rked. backing out marc's changes to the following versions
makes privoxy work again:
> Thanks for beating on this too.
i wouldn't go near the commercial internet with someone else's browser
on a 20 foot pole without something like privoxy...
Chris Kuethe, GCIA CISSP: Secure Systems Specialist - U of A CNS
office: 157 General Services Bldg. +1.780.492.8135
GDB has a 'break' feature; why doesn't it have 'fix' too?