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From: KIMURA Yasuhiro (yasuutahime.org)
Date: Mon Mar 03 2003 - 09:10:24 CST
>>>>> Chris Samaritoni <christierra.net> wrote:
> I'm running into the same problem. I'm getting the same rejects that you
> are. I even did a fresh install of 4.7R and only applied the openssl patch
> and still got the same errors. ???
> Hope this helps, you're not the only one.
Thanks a lot. I was relieved to read it and didn't have to try a clean
>>>>> "Jacques A. Vidrine" <nectarFreeBSD.ORG> wrote:
>>> You didn't write anything after that last `zcat ...' line, but I'm led
>>> to believe that getting rid of the relative path in the patch file
>>> resolved the problem? If that is the case, I will remove that path
>>> from the existing patches and re-sign the patches.
>> Yeah. Clearing that path worked.
> I've done that and re-uploaded the patches.
I re-downloaded the new one and successfully updated my 4.7R
systems. But probably there are not a few people who don't know it and
are still in trouble. So I think another revised advisory should be
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