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Date: Wed, 19 Nov 2003 13:57:22 -0800
From: SGI Security Coordinator <>
Subject: SGI Advanced Linux Environment security update #5


                           SGI Security Advisory

  Title     : SGI Advanced Linux Environment security update #5
  Number    : 20031101-01-U
  Date      : November 19, 2003
  Reference : Red Hat Advisory RHSA-2003:289-07, CAN-2003-0690, CAN-2003-0730
  Reference : Red Hat Advisory RHSA-2003:305-12, CAN-2003-0795, CAN-2003-0858
  Reference : Red Hat Advisory RHSA-2003:310-10, CAN-2003-0853, CAN-2003-0854
  Reference : Red Hat Advisory RHSA-2003:314-08, CAN-2003-0901
  Reference : Red Hat Advisory RHSA-2003:317-08, CAN-2003-0856
  Reference : Red Hat Advisory RHSA-2003:324-09, CAN-2003-0925, CAN-2003-0926,
  Fixed in  : Patch 10032 for SGI ProPack v2.2.1 and SGI ProPack v2.3

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- --- Update ---
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SGI has released Patch 10032: SGI Advanced Linux Environment security
update #5, which includes updated RPMs for SGI ProPack v2.2.1 and SGI
ProPack v2.3 for the Altix family of systems, in response to the
following erratas released by Red Hat:

 Updated XFree86 packages provide security and bug fixes

 Updated zebra packages fix security vulnerabilities

 Updated fileutils packages fix ls vulnerabilities

 Updated PostgreSQL packages fix buffer overflow

 Updated iproute packages fix local security vulnerability

 Updated Ethereal packages fix security issues

Patch 10032 is available from
or the individual RPMs from Patch 10032 are available from:

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