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  • AJenbo
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    Similare bug in Ubuntu 11.10

    I just reported a similare bug found in Ubuntu (only tested Ubuntu 11.10). This one is probably related to LightDM. I wount disclose it untill some one has had time to find out where it steams from though.

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  • FourDMusic
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    Originally posted by curaga View Post
    My bad, it's upstream in xkeyboard-config, not the xserver.
    So, if I rebuild the xorg xkeyboard-config/ module from git, should it remove the security problem?

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  • fewt
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    Fix is in Fuduntu Testing, should be in stable by morning.

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  • mlundbladad
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    Also fixed in Debian unstable.

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  • ncopa
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    Alpine Linux fixed

    Fix for Alpine Linux just pushed

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  • tux9656
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    Fixed in all Debian branches except wheeze.
    http://security-tracker.debian.org/t.../CVE-2012-0064

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  • tux9656
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    Seems to be fixed now in all Debian branches except wheeze.
    http://security-tracker.debian.org/t.../CVE-2012-0064

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  • curaga
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    My bad, it's upstream in xkeyboard-config, not the xserver.

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  • curaga
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    Distro responses aside, it is still not reverted upstream (!).

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  • ChrisXY
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    And as I said, neither does it affect Archlinux users "right now" given they have an up to date system:
    http://phoronix.com/forums/showthrea...424#post247424

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