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6.0 and current's OpenSSL
I have reported Apache httpd's bug to upstream
to fix http://gnats.netbsd.org/46655 .
And Apache person have sent me the following comments
(See https://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=53512 in detail).
What is the stopper of OpenSSL update?
Newer and released version of OpenSSL will help pkgsrc development at least,
Can we update OpenSSL?
--- Comment #1 from Kaspar Brand <asfbugz%velox.ch@localhost> ---
Increasing the version check to require 1.0.1-beta1 is a way to address this,
that's right, but frankly, the proper fix is for NetBSD to pick up a *released*
version of OpenSSL.
Both 6.0_BETA2 and 6.99.8 seem to have a snapshot from 5 June 2011
- which lacks numerous fixes compared to 1.0.1, and of course even more
compared to 1.0.1c: see e.g.
I would really urge NetBSD to pull up a more recent OpenSSL *release* (and not
repeat the exercise they did in 5.x, with the 0.9.9-dev snapshot... I was
really hoping for this to be a one-time screw up).
Ryo ONODERA // ryo_on%yk.rim.or.jp@localhost
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