Looks like a small addition to the -current changelog. Here is what was added:
Thu Sep 7 22:59:40 CDT 2006
d/ruby-1.8.5-i486-1.tgz: Upgraded to ruby-1.8.5.
Honestly, I’m not sure these next three will help at the moment, but we’re
laying some groundwork for later when HAL will take over (and sing “Daisy”).
l/libgpod-0.3.2-i486-1.tgz: Added libgpod-0.3.2.
l/libmtp-0.0.16-i486-1.tgz: Added libmtp-0.0.16.
l/libnjb-2.2.5-i486-1.tgz: Added libnjb-2.2.5.
kde/amarok-1.4.3-i486-1.tgz: Upgraded to amarok-1.4.3. Added plugins linked
with libgpod, libmtp, and libnjb. Working status (even with a bit of DYI) is
not known (yet). It might require HAL to make it do anything at all.
n/bind-9.3.2_P1-i486-1.tgz: Upgraded to bind-9.3.2-P1.
This update addresses a denial of service vulnerability.
BIND’s CHANGES file says this:
2066. [security] Handle SIG queries gracefully. [RT #16300]
The best discussion I’ve found is in FreeBSD’s advisory, so here’s a link:
Also, fixed some missing man pages. (noticed by Xavier Thomassin — thanks)
(* Security fix *)
y/bsd-games-2.13-i486-7.tgz: Snipped part of a crufty old patch that wouldn’t
apply. Added an (unapplied) patch to make pom give you two more digits of
accuracy. I didn’t apply it since it wasn’t quite done; it should have the
traditional default (no decimal places) that everyone is used to, and an
arbitrary accuracy selectable with a command line switch. Perhaps it should
be rewritten to use gmp. Oh, and the man page will then need fixing.
And it looks like we are gearing up for HAL…