[Pkg-exim4-users] libmysqlclient.so: no
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ametzler at downhill.at.eu.org
Sat Dec 3 12:50:47 UTC 2005
On 2005-12-03 Gerhard Kroder <gerhard.kroder at t-online.de> wrote:
> me getting OT:
> >Yes. Otherwise newer releases of Exim and ClamAV won't install.
> btw: since stable "only" has security fixes, how much will a current
> (upstream) ClamAV, SpamAssassin e.a. will drift away from stable? What
> i mean: security fixes won't install new scan engines (does this occur
> in "real world"?), but only programming errors, or maybe some scanning
> patterns, too. So, won't i be forced in time to change a stable system
> (which is what i want in poduction environment) to a mixed system with
> testing or sid? Which would/could cause update problems and potentially
> instabel or (more) insceure system? Won't aging of these scanning tools
> render them quite worthless?
> How do YOU deal with this?
Current clamav for sarge is availble on volatile.
deb http://ftp2.de.debian.org/debian-volatile sarge/volatile main
Current spamassassin will probaly soon be available on volatile
Current exim4 for sarge will soon be available on backports.org. (4.54
is in in the pending directory, 4.60 will follow soon. Once the dak
setup on backports.org is finished the packages will propagate to the
regular backports.org repository.) Newest latest clamav and
spamassassin should work fine with sarge's exim4, BTW.
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